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TENNIS

NEW HAVEN MEET

Round II: Amelie Mauresmo (2, Fra) bt Myriam Casanova (Swi) 7-5, 6-4 l Ai Sugiyama (8, Jpn) bt Tatiana Perebiynis (Ukr) 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) l Magui Serna (Spa) bt Magdalena Maleeva (6, Bul) 7-6 (7-4), 6-3 l Cara Black (Zim) bt Daniela Hantuchova (Svk) 6-3, 6-2.

LONG ISLAND MEET

Round III: Gustavo Kuerten (2, Bra) bt Karol Beck (Svk) 7-5, 6-3 l James Blake (US) bt Tommy Robredo (3, Spa) 6-3, 6-4 l Jarkko Nieminen (Fin) bt Agustin Calleri (6, Arg) 6-1, 6-4 l Younes El Aynaoui (7, Mor) bt Rik De Voest (RSA) 7-6 (7-3), 3-0 (retd).

HOCKEY

CHAMPIONS TROPHY

Amstelveen, Argentina 4 (Jorge Lombi 2, Matias Vila, Mario Almada) India 2 (Deepak Thakur, Baljit Singh Dhillon) l Australia 6 (Michael McCann 2, Grant Schubert 2, Adam Commens, Aaron Hopkins) Germany 1 (Alexander Sahmel).

CHESS

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Round IV: Jobava Baadur (3.5, Geo) drew Smbat Lputian (3, Arm) l Vladimirov Evgeny (3.5, Kaz) bt Ghaem Maghami (2.5, Iri) l Pavel Kotsur (3, Kaz) drew Valeri Neverov (3, Ukr) l P. Harikrishna (3) drew Goran Dizdar (3, Cro) l Vasily Yemelin (3, Rus) bt Tejas Bakre (2.5) l Sargissian Gabriel (3, Arm) bt Amir Bagheri (3, Iri) l Rufat Bagirov (2.5, Aze) drew Edvins Kengis (2.5, Lat) l Mamedyarov Shakhriyaz (2.5, Aze) drew Sergey Kayumov (2.5, Uzb) l Javad Maherrmszad (3, Aze) bt Merab Gagunashrilim (2, Geo) l Mikheil Mchedlishvili (2, Geo) lost to Sandipan Chanda (3) l Elgindy Essam (2.5, Egy) drew Sergey Ionov (2.5, Rus) l Tahir Vakhidov (2.5, Uzb) drew Ahmed Adly (2, Egy) l Firuza Velikhanli (2, Aze) lost to Ziaur Rahman (3, Ban) l Abhijit Kunte (2.5) drew Ahmed Esam Aly (2.5, Egy) l Manthan Chokshi (3) lost to Hasangatin Ramil (3, Rus) l Tatjana Vasilevich (1.5, Ukr) lost to Chandrashekhar Gokhale (2.5).

FOOTBALL

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES

Collated results: TOKYO: Japan 3 (Naohiro Takahara 1, 39, Yasuhito Endo 72) Nigeria 0 l TIANJIN: China 0 Chile 0 l MURSKA SOBOTA: Slovenia 2 (Goran Sukalo 3, Sebastjan Cimirotic 76) Hungary 1 (Miklos Feher 90) l PRILEP: Macedonia 3 (Ilco Naumoski 9, Goran Pandev 36, Draganco Dimitrovski 77) Albania 1 (Ervin Skela 74) l MOSCOW: Russia 1 (Sergei Semak 86) Israel 2 (Avi Nimni 52, Pinifelix Balali 81) l MINSK: Belarus 2 (Maxim Romashchenko 9pen, Sergei Shtanyuk 41) Iran 1 (Pezhman Nouri 84) l RIGA: Latvia 0 Uzbekistan 3 (Andrey Akopians 41, Anvar Soliev 80, Alexander Geinrikh 86) l ANKARA: Turkey 2 (Nihat Kahveci 30, Okan Yilmaz 55) Moldova 0 l COPENHAGEN: Denmark 1 (Jesper Gronkjaer 42) Finland 1 (Aki Riihilahti 88) l SOFIA: Bulgaria 3 (Velizar Dimitrov 25pen, 45, Dimitar Berbatov 33) Lithuania 0 l TALLINN: Estonia 1 (Marek Lemsalu 90+3) Poland 2 (Radoslaw Sobolewski 51, Artur Wichniarek 90+1) l VADUZ: Liechtenstein 2 (Mario Frick 16, Franz Burgmeier 23) San Marino 2 (Bryan Gasperoni 39, Nicola Ciacci 45) l OSLO: Norway 0 Scotland 0 l BRUSSELS: Belgium 1 (Wesley Sonck 38) Netherlands 1 (Roy Makaay 54) l NORRKOPING: Sweden 1 (Anders Svensson 16) Greece 2 (Stylianos Giannakopoulos 63, Pantelis Kafes 65) l VIENNA: Austria 2 (Edi Glieder 34pen, Roman Wallner 70) Costa Rica 0 l FLORENCE: Uruguay 2 (Diego Forlan 2, Martin Liguera 57) Argentina 3 (Juan Sebastian Veron 45+1, Walter Samuel 81, Andres D’Alessandro 85) l TUNIS: Tunisia 0 Guinea 0 l IPSWICH: England 3 (David Beckham 10pen, Michael Owen 51, Frank Lampard 80) Croatia 1 (Ivica Mornar 77) l STUTTGART: Germany 0 Italy 1 (Christian Vieri 17) l GENEVA: Switzerland 0 France 2 (Sylvain Wiltord 13, Steve Marlet 55) l CHAVES: Portugal 1 (Simao Sabrosa 65) Kazakhstan 0 l LUANDA: Angola 0 Democratic Republic of Congo 2 l AMBATO: Ecuador 2 (Johny Baldeon 6, Alex Aguinaga 50) Guatemala 0 l CARACAS: Venezuela 3 (Vielma 77, Gonzalez 83, Ribero 88) Haiti 2 (Peguero 54, Maxo 68) l NEW YORK: Colombia 0 Slovakia 0 l NEW YORK: Mexico 1 (Mariano Trujillo 53) Peru 3 (Claudio Pizarro 1, Carlos Zargarra 30, Nolberto Solano 32) l PANAMA CITY: Panama 1 (Juan Solis) Paraguay 2 (Jorge Campos, Carlos Gamarra).

For the book

The Netherlands handed world champions Argentina a record-breaking 5-0 drubbing in women’s 4-nations hockey in Amsterdam.


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