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Pritha Sarkar

Pritha Sarkar

    Sharapova silences Halep in Paris
    Sharapova silences Halep in Paris
    Her 12 double faults were a nuisance and the non-stop shrieks that puncturedthe air for more than three hours even made a baby wail, yet all...
    Players leave landlords legacy of dirty linen
    Players leave landlords legacy of dirty linen
    A small mountain of dirty towels, stray underwear left in the washing machine or a pile of well-worn tennis shoes are some of the souvenirs...
    Serena penalty hands Clijsters final berth
    Serena penalty hands Clijsters final berth
    Kim Clijsters reached the US Open final after beating an enraged Serena Williams 6-4, 7-5 on Saturday in a contest that disintegrated into chaos...
    Cljisters sets date with Serena, Murray flops
    Cljisters sets date with Serena, Murray flops
    Kim Clijsters penned another heart-warming chapter into her riveting US Open chronicles on Tuesday to set a date with budding writer Serena...
    Nadal back on the prowl, Safin escapes the 'zoo'
    Nadal back on the prowl, Safin escapes the 'zoo'
    All eyes were on two of the most famous pairs of knees in tennis on Wednesday as Rafael Nadal and Venus Williams were back doing what they do best...
    Serena downs Venus to win third crown
    Serena downs Venus to win third crown
    Serena Williams celebrated American Independence Day by beating sister Venus 7-6, 6-2 to win her third Wimbledon title on Saturday.
    Different semis, same old results for Williams sister
    Different semis, same old results for Williams sister
    Sport's most enduring sibling rivalry will be played out on US Independence Day after Venus Williams exacted brutal revenge and Serena Williams...
    Quickfire Murray, Federer on course
    Quickfire Murray, Federer on course
    British hope Andy Murray and five-times champion Roger Federer charged headlong towards a Wimbledon final showdown on Wednesday while two of the...
    Murray keeps British faithful happy
    Murray keeps British faithful happy
    The now familiar tide of Murray-mania swept across Wimbledon on Tuesday as Andy Murray began his bid to end Britain's 73-year wait for a men's...
    Centre Court fans no longer at mercy of rain gods
    Centre Court fans no longer at mercy of rain gods
    Never again will Wimbledon stage a men's final such as last year's rain-soaked epic in which Rafael Nadal ended Roger Federer's five-year reign as...
    Never a dull moment for drama queen Serena
    Never a dull moment for drama queen Serena
    There never seems to be a dull moment when Serena Williams is around.
    Angry Djokovic sets up Federer showdown
    Angry Djokovic sets up Federer showdown
    Novak Djokovic and Andy Roddick put in a show-stopping performance at the US Open on Thursday night but only the fired up Serbian was left standing...