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World Golf Championship, Akron, Ohio : Woods is battling tough to avoid losing his world number one status. Bubba Watson fired up a first-round 64 to lead the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational by two shots as Tiger Woods looked set to lose his world number one ranking. Watson carded seven birdies with Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell, Kenny Perry and Adam Scott two behind, while Woods struggled with a four-over-par 74. Mickelson force top the rankings with a win or a top-four finish in Ohio if Woods finishes outside the top 37. Lee Westwood can also become number one but finished the day…

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 Real Madrid forward Kaka has left the club’s training camp in the USA and flown to Antwerp, where he will feel arthroscopic surgery to repair a meniscus wound. Kaka complained of distress in his knee during a routine medical check-up after connecting up with the Spanish club following his participation in this summer’s FIFA World Cup. Additional tests exposed the new injury. “It is supposed that there may be an injury to the meniscus, which could need arthroscopic surgery,” Madrid said on their website this morning. “Kaka has travelled to Belgium accompanied by club doctor Carlos Diez and will be…

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Olympic silver medallist David Davies washed out after a strong start and came 30th in the 10km open water event at the European Swimming Championships. European Swimming Championships 2010 Venue: Budapest Dates: 4-15 August The Welshman led for most of the race on day one of the Hungary championships but fell back behind on and was last of the three British swimmers to finish. Daniel Fogg came 11th in one hour 54 minutes and 40.2 seconds even as Richard Charlesworth was 27th at Lake Balaton. He looked on course for a medal after top for much of the race but…

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 Third Test,P Sara Oval: Virender Sehwag led an violent Indian response to Sri Lanka’s demanding score on a competitive pitch on the second day at the P Sara Oval. Thilan Samaraweera let down India’s quest for early wickets with an certain century amid testing spells from Ishant Sharma and Pragyan Ojha, but Sehwag’s counter-attack, with some luck, helped the visitors even things out. The signs were encouraging for Sri Lanka at the start of the Indian innings with the seamers finding sway while their opponents had produced virtually none. Lasith Malinga targeted the blockhole and hurled a couple of sharp…

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Holland’s violent feat in the World Cup final has landed the Dutch FA a paltry fine of £9,244. Eight Holland players were revealed yellow cards and one – John Heitinga – was sent off by English referee Howard Webb through the most ill-disciplined World Cup final in history. FIFA yesterday responded with a nominal fine, a sum which looks even lesser set against the £15m awarded to the Dutch for dying runners-up. Champions Spain were themselves fined £6,162 for individual shown five yellow cards, but it is the punishment of Holland, whose plans were condemned as ‘anti-football’ by Johan Cruyff,…

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Would Miles Maclagan, who was sacked as Andy Murray’s coach the earlier week, have been able to do anything for the Scot as he missed match point and slumped to a 5-7, 7-6 (2), 6-2 defeat at the hands of Sam Querrey in the final of the Farmers Classic in Los Angeles on Sunday? possibly not. You can’t coach during a match, and Murray’s plans would have been worked out beforehand. But it is ironical that Murray’s defeat could be partially attributed to his failure to ram home the advantage he had established against a man he had beaten in…

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Houston: David Beckham might be back in training by the end of August, his LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena said on Wednesday.  The England international tear his Achilles tendon in March and missed the World Cup in South Africa after undergoing surgery. “I can believe there’s a chance he can begin training by the end of August,” Arena told reporters following the MLS All-Star game against Beckham’s first club Manchester United on Wednesday. The MLS regular season finishes at the end of October but the Galaxy, who guide the Western Conference, are expected to be involved in the November play-offs…

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GALLE: One of the best but most hot spinners of his generation, Sri Lankan veteran Muttiah Muralitharan bid an emotional goodbye to his 18-year-old Test career on Thursday with an extraordinary tally of 800 wickets. The 38-year-old bowler got the wonderful send off by guiding the Lankans to a 10-wicket victory over India in a match where he firmly etched his name in the pages of cricketing history by taking the required eight wickets to reach the 800-wicket mark. Carrier Statistics: ODI Debut: vs India, On Aug 12, 1993 Last ODI played: vs India, On Jun 24, 2010 at Rangiri…

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Three-time U.S. Open champion Serena Williams and four extra past winners start the provisional women’s field for the year’s last Grand Slam tournament. Ninety-nine of the top 100 women in this week’s WTA rankings were decided direct entry Wednesday into the U.S. Open, which starts Aug. 30. The missing one is No. 12 Justine Henin, a two-time Open champion, who withdrew after injuring her right elbow at Wimbledon. Williams is improving from deep cuts to her right foot and pulled out of three future hard-court tuneups for the Open. Her status for the Open is not identified.The additional Open champions…

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Galle 1st test,Day 4: India were faced with a scary task of saving the first Test after spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan scalped six wickets in his last match to put Sri Lanka within sniffing space of a victory on Wednesday. Muralitharan claimed of 5/63 in the first innings and extra another wicket in the second to be just two short of the 800-mark as India were skittled out for 276 in their first innings in reply to the home team’s total of 520/8 declared. Asked to follow on, the Indians were stressed at 181/5 at close on an exciting last…

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