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TENNIS

ASIAN JUNIOR MEET

NEW DELHI, ROUND I: BOYS U-18: S. Verman (Ind) bt Alan Moses (Ind) 6-1, 6-2 l Rupesh Roy (Ind) bt J. Nedynchezien (Ind) 6-0, 6-1 l Yi Chu-Huan (TPE) bt K. Raju (Ind) 6-4, 6-1 l Sumit Gupta (Ind) bt Arnan Jain (Ind) 6-1, 6-1 l Tushar Liberhan (Ind) bt Anshuman Dutta (Ind) 6-0, 6-1 l Vijit Sehgal (Ind) bt N. Sivendiren (SL) 6-4, 6-3.

GIRLS U-18: Jan-Yung Chan (TPE) bt Nidhi Shah (Ind) 6-1, 6-2 l Madura Ranghunathan (Ind) bt E. Ashmitha (Ind) 7-6 (7-2), 7-5 l Ankita Bhambri (Ind) bt Varsha Dutta (Ind) 6-0, 6-1 l P. Thongdach (Tha) bt P. Venkatesh (Ind) 6-1, 6-0 l Liu Wang-ting (Chn) bt Sanaa Bhambri 6-0, 6-2 l Zhang Suai (Chn) bt Parul Goswami 6-1, 6-1 l N. Luangnam (Tha) bt A. Damayanti (Ina) 6-2, 6-2.

FOOTBALL

WORLD YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS

DUBAI: Japan 2 South Korea 1 l Burkina Faso 0 Canada 1 l Argentina 2 Egypt 1 l United States 2 Ivory Coast 0.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

LUDHIANA: East Bengal 0 JCT 0

CRICKET

TOUR MATCH

BLOEMFONTEIN, DAY IV: West Indies 618 & 289/3 decl. (Carlton Baugh 158 n.o., Daren Ganga 101 n.o.). Free State 264 & 97/2 (Ryan McLaren 53 n.o.). Match Drawn

CHESS

NATIONAL A MEET

KOZIKHODE, ROUND IX: S. Kidambi (4.5) drew P. Harikrishna (5) l S. S. Ganguly (7) bt S. Vikramjit Singh (3) l R. B. Ramesh (6) drew Sandipan Chanda (5) l Vishal Sareen (4.5) bt Dibyendu Barua (4.5) l M. R. Venkatesh (5) drew Abhijit Kunte (5.5) l M. Srinivas Rao (1.5) lost to Roktim Bandhopadhyay (3) l T. S. Ravi (3.5) lost to Prathamesh Mokal (5) l S. Satyapragyan (4.5) lost to Sriram Jha (3.5) l Saptarshi Roy Chowdhury (6) bt Koneru Humpy (6.5) l Neelotpal Das (5.5) bt V. Hariharan (2) l Tejas Bakre (5) bt Suvrajit Saha (4.5) l Praveen Thipsay (5) bt Arghyadip Das (2.5).

For the book

All tickets for the 2004 Olympics shot putt competition which will take place at the Games’ancient birthplace in Olympia, will be free, Greek Games organisers confirmed. Capralos said that the event would only be open to 15,000 spectators and 290 journalists in order to preserve the 2,500-year-old stadium.


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