Monday, 30 July 2012

Bindra made ​​history by winning a gold medal today?

Bangalore, July 30: As India's most anticipated prospects medal Abhinav Bindra and Gagan Narang take part in air rifle 10m case over four days prestigious sporting event, the Olympic Games in London, expected to rise steeply on The two men armed with high quality of numerology experts suggest that India has a medal in the Olympics to win today.
Abhinav Bindra, who could think won the gold medal for India in Beijing Olympics, its possibilities as well today as it offers the possibility of finding gold. In addition, the stars of today Bindra as an analysis of birth and the date on which won the gold medal today's date, suggesting that he would be victorious today.
According to numerology, Abhinav Bindra, who was born the 28th of September, is regulated in 1982 by the Sun and Jupiter (1 and 3). Today is July 30 (3) and 2012, amounting to 5 could be encouraged.
Since September 28, the day of birth was born, and that adds up to one year in 2008, winning the first gold medal of India in the Beijing Olympics in 2008, all added to one, in which was born. Furthermore, the date August 11, when he won the gold medal in Beijing, also adds to two, indicating that promotes their number 1, there is a serious candidate for a gold medal in the Olympics to win today's hui.
Today is July 30th is the day 3, which promotes the number of Bindra, and governed by the numbers 1 and 3, which suggests that it may shine today.
The last time I was tied with Henri Hakkinen face his last shot. Bindra scored his highest of the finals - 10.8 while Hakkinen came with 9.7 to settle for the bronze medal. Also, this time won convincingly that all the stars favor.
According to numerology expert Aditya Varun, who works for a corporate company in Bangalore, Abhinav Bindra has a better chance for the gold medal for India in the form of statistics to win and help to appear today.
For example, if another medal Gagan Narang perspective Varun asked, he said, is likely to Narang neutral and not so good compared to Abhinav Bindra.
Narang is ruled by Venus and Mercury. Although it favors Mercury, Venus does not. Therefore, your chances of winning a medal can not be predicted today in the Olympic Games.
Being in some pitiful performances in the Olympics in the past three days, now seems to be the most important day as three possible medals to be seen in today's action will be in the Olympics. While the nation waits for the big moment, fingers crossed that two armed men to play in front of the stage in less than an hour to get to their qualifying campaign in London.

Indian Tennis Star Saina Mirza beat Swiss Sabrina Jaquet in 24 minutes

Shuttler Saina Nehwal India began their Olympic campaign with a win, and while the pair Jwala Gutta and V Diju mixed doubles jeopardize their chances of the second round of the Olympic Games in London in 2012, yesterday.

Sabrina Jaquet Switzerland, the world No. 65, was no match for Saina, No. 5 in the world, which swept to victory a few games in a row, in this case of single women. Saina beat Switzerland, 21-9, 21-4 in 24 minutes in a match of Group E at Wembley Arena looks good inside and out, move on to the second round.

Asked if his experience, he helped with the pressure in the Commonwealth Games to meet its agreement with the atmosphere of an Olympic suggested the two tournaments Saina were significantly different.

"I think it's a great audience here," he said. "And you want to play anymore.

"In Delhi, which was put under great pressure, but here in this environment, is a delight.

"In the first game I was very nervous, but then I felt better and began to feel more in control," he added.

Saina started well in the first game when she took an early lead of 12 points. However, Sabrina won back some points, won, but it was too late and the Hyderabadi Shuttler took the game 21-9.

The second match was completely one-sided as the fourth set Saina took a quick lead 11-1 and finished 21-4 in just ten minutes. Is No. 55 Tan Belgian Lianna are in their final group game, will play for the first time.

Jwala-Diju lose
Meanwhile, in the mixed doubles, it was a great day for Jwala and Diju, as they suffered their second defeat in a row. Denmark Thomas Laybourn Kamilla Rytter The Indians lost Juhl and in consecutive games, 12-21, 16-21 in a Group C match

Jwala and Diju, No. 13 in the world, were no match for their opponents ranks eighth in the first game, lost in 13 minutes. They created a better show in the second, but it was not enough to worry about the Danes.

Jwala-Diju South Korea, Ha Jung Eun and Lee Yong Dae Thurs-in must win their final group match on Tuesday. However, the game is to win, do not confirm their potential in the quarterfinals.

Sunday, 29 July 2012

U.S. men's and women's beach volleyball teams win; London Olympics Games

Americans continue on the second day of competition in beach volleyball to advance. Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser had an easy time with Kentaro Asahi of Japan and Katsuhiro Shiratori, 21-15, 21-16.

Rogers and Dalhausser will face Adrian Gavira Collado and Pablo Herrera of Spain Allepuz Tuesday.

Jennifer Kessy and April Ross also had an easy match with a win over Argentina and Ana Maria Virginia Zonta Gallay, 21-11, 21-18. Their next opponents are Marleen Van Iersel and Sanne Keizer of the Netherlands, also on Tuesday.

Badminton: The U.S. men's team Howard Bach and Tony Gunawan Koo Kien Keat and Tan Boon Heong of Malaysia lost, 21-12, 21-14, for its second consecutive loss, and the virtual elimination tournament. Naoki Shoji face Satoof Kawamae and Japan in their final game on Monday. Rena Wang, the only player in singles in the U.S., will rise up against Wang Xin of China on Monday.

Canoe / kayak: There was not much more than a day for the U.S. team. Casey finished 14th Field meter canoe single men and not reach the final 12 Michael Martikan of Slovakia was the leader. In men's singles kayak, Scott Parsons does not need to be 16 º The top 15 advance, in this case. Hannes Aigner of Germany was the leader.

Cycling: England won its first medal of the Games, when Elizabeth Armistead won silver in the road race for women. The race was won by Marianne Vos of the Netherlands. Zabelinskaya Olga of Russia, who replaced the first two points for most of the last 6 miles, won the bronze medal. Shelley Olds was the highest U.S. finish in the seventh. She suffered a puncture on the end of the race, killing any chance of a medal. Other finalists in the U.S. were Evelyn Steven (24), Kristin Armstrong (35 meetings) and Amber neben (36).

Equestrian: Everybody came to Zara Phillips, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II remains to be seen. She made a little mistake and finished 24th of 74 runners after the first of three disciplines: dressage. But a lot can happen in the long run and jump forward. After an event, it was Germany, followed by Australia and Britain. The United States was seventh. In the individual competition Yoshiaki Oiwa of Japan has Brecciaroli Stefano from Italy in the second.

Fencing: two men in the United States advanced to the quarterfinals of the saber competition, but that is where their dreams stopped medal. Daryl Homer Rares Dumitrescu Romania lost, 15-13, and Tim Morehouse was beaten by Diego Occhiuzzi of Italy, 15-9. The other shooter in the United States, James Williams was to give Nikolai Kovalev hit early in Russia. Aron Szilagyi of Hungary won the gold medal by defeating Diego Occhiuzzi Italy, 15-8. Kovalev won the bronze medal.

Field hockey: Women of the United States abandoned its tournament opener, 2-1, to Germany. Lauren Crandall scored the only goal of the United States in a penalty corner. Their next game is Tuesday against Argentina, beating South Africa 7-1. In other games, the Netherlands beat Belgium 3-0, held in South Korea, China, 4-0, Britain won 4-0 Japan, Australia and New Zealand beat, 1-0.

Handball: Men being, who was from Iceland to Argentina, Sweden defeated Tunisia, France, Britain, Croatia stop South Korea, Spain beats Serbia and Denmark, defeating Hungary.

Judo: North Korea has its first gold medal of the Games, when a blow Kum-ae Acosta Bermoy of Cuba in the women's class of 115 pounds, as the game went into overtime. Rosalba Forciniti Italy and France won the bronze Priscilla Gneto. In the kind of man of 145 pounds, Georgia Lasha Shavdatuashvili Ungvári Hungarian Miklos won the gold. Masashi Ebinuma Japan and Cho Jun-ho, South Korea won the bronze medal. There were no Americans in the competition.

Rowing: The women of the United States eight years unbeaten in six years, won his heat and qualified for the final and a showdown with Canada. The Canadian team was just a split second to the United States excited in a race at the last World Cup. The final is Thursday. In four of the lightweight men, the U.S. have won the consolation round and could qualify for the semifinals.

Sailing: After a day or two races, the competition began to take shape. Finn in men, Jonas Hogh-Christensen of Denmark, followed by Ben Ainslie, Great Britain. The highest-ranking U.S. sailor Zach Railey was 15. Brazil took place in Ireland in the Star of the race of men. The American ship of Mark and Brian Fatih finished 10th Mendelblatt. And Elliot women round robin, the three teams ahead of Australia, Spain and Russia. The American crew Anna Tunnicliffe, Debbie Capozzi and Molly O'Bryan, was fourth.

Football: FIFA, soccer's world governing body is considering the slap in the face that the American players Abby Wambach suffered against Colombia. Wambach has claimed to be "dumb punch" by Lady Andrade. No action is expected until Monday. In the men's suits, Senegal defeated Uruguay 2-0, beat Great Britain to the United Arab Emirates, 3-1, 2-0 Gabon, Mexico, South Korea, Switzerland, 2-1, Spain beat Honduras, 1-0, Japan and beat Morocco 1-0.

Table tennis: Ariel Hsing, the only player who left the United States to compete in singles, the No. 2 player Li Xiaoxia of China extended to six games before falling. Bill Gates, a friend of Hsing was seen there. Earlier in the day, Hsing beat former world champion Xia Lian Ni Luxembourg. The United States now have to wait until Friday to participate in team play, opening with Japan.

Tennis: Rain was the winner of Wimbledon in 32 games were postponed and suspended four. However, these games on center court, where it provides a roof are completed. Among the winners were Maria Sharapova Shahar Peer 6-2, 6-0, and Julia Goerges Germany, Murray of Great Britain, Andy and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France. Novak Djokovic, playing on court 1, Fabio Fognini of Italy won in straight sets.

Weightlifting: Om victory lifted Yun Chol of North Korea more than three times its weight in gold in the men of the 123-lb class. He set an Olympic record in the stretch. Jingbiao Wu of China won the silver medal and Valentin Hristov Azerbaijan won the bronze medal. In women, the class of 117 pounds, Kazakhstan Chinshanlo Zulfiya a world record in hits and won the gold medal. She overcame Hsu Shu-ching of Taiwan and Cristina Iovu Moldova on the podium. There were no Americans in the competition.

Thursday, 26 July 2012

Roger Federer insists his Wimbledon triumph should serve as a warning to his Olympic rivals

Roger Federer says his victory at Wimbledon should be a warning to his former rivals, such as Olympic Games, not be an obstacle to his dream of winning a gold medal at the All England Club.

Federer at Wimbledon victory equivalent to the Olympics just three weeks after defeating Andy Murray, a title with a record seven Grand Slam on grass, but the Swiss star thirst for success was not immediate.

After completing his two-year drought in the majors and the return to the top-ranked Roger Federer once again shines supreme confidence that marked his time as the dominant force in the sport.

He silenced the critics, the 30-year-old was a force that fade more focused on his young family had to work to combat the twin threats of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal claimed facts.

And Federer believes his Wimbledon crown last is even more special because it's at an age when most players his age he was already retired and for a moment when Djokovic, Nadal and Andy Murray, all three under more thereof, provided that the intense competition for the prize.

"Winning at Wimbledon has now fallen indeed, especially when I have it here at the draw and I am the number one seed. It was not the case for some time," Federer said before the opening date of the tournament Saturday.

"I always thought that I'd like to start from scratch. I knew my game was strong. I had a couple of tough losses last year, which led me to go further and perhaps again stopped in the first hour. But the good that I never gave up and started playing better, especially at Wimbledon, where the pressure was so strong.

"It's a dream come true and I am happy to, because Nadal, Djokovic and Murray are at their peak. That would normally not be of my age."

Federer is now one of the best months of his illustrious career with a pinch of gold, in order to limit their already brilliant resume.

He won gold in doubles with Stanislas Wawrinka in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, but Olympic gold in the escape of individual great personal honor to Federer, with his best performance coming to Sydney in 2000, when he finished fourth.

Nadal ruled out with knee problems, Federer Alejandro Falla of Colombia is in the first round, recognized his status as favorite for the Olympic Games.

But he knows he can be life threatening to let his thoughts turn to another historic success at the All England Club, especially in an event with the best of three sets format that can punish the concentration error even short.

"I always thought that if he played in the Olympics at Wimbledon, I felt tremendous pressure, but I think I was not much pressure because I have a gold medal," said Federer.

"I know it was not double and single, but nobody can take that away from me and Stan.

"The margins are much closer to the event. Five minutes or a few negatives that will cost you the tournament. In this format, who had gone to Wimbledon against (Julien) Benneteau, since he was two sets to love down.

"I know that, but his victory at Wimbledon was a great help to my confidence.

"I played very well and I was able to beat Novak. I'm back to square one, when mixed together, it could be that I am the favorite.

"I go to a place where I have won so often and gives me incredible confidence back."

Federer's path to gold glory seems relatively harmless, watching with Spanish David Ferrer and Argentine Juan Martin del Potro, the most difficult opponents in their own half of the draw.

In the end it was the second-seeded Djokovic, who opens against Italian Fabio Fognini, or third-seeded Murray, who begins his attempt to erase the pain of his loss to Federer in tears with a fight to play against Wawrinka.

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Former Bowler Shoaib brands Sami ``mentally weak athlete who buckles under pressure``

Islamabad: Former Pakistan Shoaib Akhtar pacemaker has his former partner, Mohammad Sami new ball as "feebleminded" bowler who will not handle the pressure described.

"Sami is an athlete mentally weak and can not withstand the pressure ``. Efforts have been made to Sami in the Karachi Express. He was told constantly that your competition is with Akhtar for a place in the team," the Times quoted Akhtar, as saying.

"It is I played a lot with Sami and my observation is compete hard and discipline was lost in the cones. If we upset a whole, we are strong pressures could in the batters, and in this case, adjust, as she rolled "said Akhtar.

The pacemaker, said the former, luck plays an important role in every cricketer `` s career.

"Sami was a lucky bowler easy catch so many showed up for his bowling, while in some cases, `` t let the referee make decisions in their favor," he said.

Akhtar said he believes the purpose of Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis, Sami was compared with a feeble-minded player.

"He played for 11 years, but if you check it when it loses focus and is under pressure. Has the ability and I hope he is fine now, but must be assigned a role in the team and the pressure must be paid to him , to act as a strike bowler of the first line, "Akhtar was quoted as saying.

The national selectors and team management have for the lead in the team for the upcoming Twenty20 series and Australia's T20 World Cup after failing to have an impact on the tour to Sri Lanka announced that Sami has been criticized.

The selection of Sami was a `` questionable, with critics pointing to his record of 85 Test doors in a disastrous 36 games for an average of 56 His performances in ODIs and T20 games is better, since it took over 121 wickets in 85 matches with an average of 28 to 14 and 10 wickets in five matches, T20, the newspaper said.

India vs Sri Lanka: India in deep trouble against Sri Lanka

NEW DELHI: India had to contend, as they lost wickets at regular intervals against Sri Lanka, second ODI of the series in five games in Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota.


Lasith Malinga gave India the sixth strike in the form of Irfan Pathan and dented hopes that the visitors after the fall of odd to recover in the game.

The pattern of MS Dhoni not to take to India to recover from the loss of four gates on eight scales. Angelo Mathews struck again for his second stop to make, since dismissed Dhoni to India to reduce by 60/5, 14.1 overs.

India has suddenly lost its momentum after Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag gave the visitors an early blistering, and added 31 points in 3.6 overs. Sri Lanka Thisara Perera was on a roll, as it has three doors in rapid Rock India's first order.

The man in the form of Virat Kohli, who scored three consecutive hundreds against the hosts could not continue working her dream since she was referred for Perera.

Rohit Sharma missed another chance, when drummer Angelo Mathews very excited to add interest to India. In the following of India has suffered a further blow, as Perera Suresh Raina scalped leave India was reeling at 41/4 in 7.4 overs.

Perera had a brilliant diving catch in his follow-up to and including termination Sehwag in the room. Sehwag smashed two fours in the execution of a ball 15 before embarking on Perera.

The dismissal came after India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and decided to beat.

India are the same as those adopted in the last game and Sri Lanka have Isuru Udana, in place of injured Nuwan Kulasekara.

Sailing to India 21 victory against the Islanders in the first ODI career - courtesy of the way Virat Kohli, Virender Sehwag and drummer of the top-106, which has made a significant contribution with a round of 96, broke .

The teams:

India: Mahendra Singh Dhoni (captain), Virat Kohli (vice-Capt.), Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina, Irfan Pathan, Ravichandran Ashwin, Zaheer Khan, Umesh Yadav, Pragyan Ojha.

Sri Lanka: Mahela Jayawardene (captain), Angelo Mathews (vice-Capt.), Tillakaratne Dilshan, Upul Tharanga, Kumar Sangakkara, Dinesh Chandimal, Lahiru Thirimanne, Thisara Perera, Rangana Herath, Isuru Udana, Lasith Malinga.

Saturday, 21 July 2012

Virat Kohli cracked his third consecutive century against Sri Lanka

HAMBANTOTA - Virat Kohli broken his third consecutive century against Sri Lanka in India to a comfortable victory of 21 runs in the first International Day for the one on Saturday.

Kohli from 106 113 balls and shared a career position of 173 seconds pedestrian Virender Sehwag (96 from 97 balls) that India enjoyed a good surface to stick to accumulate 314, six doors.

Sri Lanka has failed to gain ground in their hunting and racing regularly lost doors to meet with nine to 293, despite a valiant 14th century Kumar Sangakkara, one day of which 133 151 made by bullets.

Gautam Gambhir India lost early lead in the arms of the three, but Sehwag and Kohli drove his opportunity to India for a total of command.

Sehwag fell to zero for Tillakaratne Dilshan and punished the people of Sri Lanka for this release, when the ball seat belt across the floor and knocked on October 4 feet at its inputs.

It was one of many catches in Sri Lanka and operate a fudge on the floor.

Kohli, who also beat hundreds hit Sri Lanka in Hobart and in Dhaka earlier this year, bowlers association with Sehwag course.

After the dismissal of Sehwag who has performed at the end of the non-striker, after he learned Kohli, Suresh Raina (50 from 45 balls) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (35 from 29 balls) was dismissed, the pace approached to take India to 300-run mark.

Dilshan Sri Lanka lost six more in the second and struggled to maintain the required rate of Upul Tharanga leg to get away with up to 47 balls for his straight 28.

The required rate of almost nine out of one, Sangakkara played alone at one end, to Thisara Perera (44 of 28 balls) joined him in 78 races add the seventh gate.

However, Sri Lanka was too far from having lost more than the conversion rate captured, dead.

The second day is internationally at the same point Tuesday.

Pakistani Former Fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar asks PCB not to invite foreign teams to Pakistan

Lahore: Former Pakistan Shoaib Akhtar pacemaker was in the Pakistan Cricket Board and in government circles, suggesting that the PAC should invite foreign teams in the country due to security situation to avoid wrinkles here.

Old broker who used to come regularly in conflict with the organization during his playing career, told reporters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, this condition was not conducive to invite foreign teams to play international cricket.

"Our citizens are not safe and it is a war in the country. Therefore, it would be risky because of the invitation of a team under these circumstances," he said.

"What if a visiting team will be attacked again? So I would advise the board on whether to invite foreign teams, because the country is not yet an international event for the stage," he added said.

In response to your statement, an official said Shoaib council has to understand the sensitivity of certain topics.

"Everybody knows the ground realities in Pakistan at the moment but things don` t have to be explained to the public. However, since he is a player retires, he has the right to express their opinions, even if these views could not help Pakistan cricket, "he said.

No nation has visited Pakistan test match, and that militants attacked the cricket team of Sri Lanka in Lahore in March 2009. And PCBs were forced to organize their "home" series abroad at neutral sites, with most of them play in the UAE in the last three years.

PCB is willing to Australia again in August organized a series of UAE.

However, from Zaka Ashraf took over as chairman of the PAC in the last year in October, tried to play not only in Pakistan to convince teams, but recently also in a position to resume bilateral relations with India.

In April, Pakistan, Bangladesh had been invited to play a brief two-game series to the resumption of international cricket in Pakistan indicate that materialize, but don `t visit the last moment by a court order to Dhaka.

The PAC, meanwhile, is not said with the `n` Shoaib, who looks 70 years the people of the board of the situation, the organization of the Pakistan Premier League (PPL) is satisfied.

"Sixty-year-old man can not organize the PPL. The PCB location must be set by senior foreign advisor to host a successful event, if you really want to organize the PPL," said the former fast bowler.

The Council representative said the PCB was already in the process of appointing an independent commissioner for PPL to request placement of the advertisement was for the people.

"We even had a few foreign companies interested in the PPL and lecturing. So apparently Shoaib is not aware of what happened," he said.

Shoaib is interested and willing to invest in PPL game in the application, and want your name on the list of players `.

Sri Lanka vs India Live Score: 1ST ODI

India go past 250-run mark with Raina (30*) and Dhoni (14*) in the middle, all set for a explosive finish. 

Scorecard: India Vs Sri Lanka » | IN PICS: India Vs Sri Lanka»

Over 40: India 229/4 

Hambantota (Sri Lanka): Last ball off the 40th over, and Perera got the wicket of Virat Kohli (106). It was pitched up delivery; Kohli went for power drive, did not time it well and the ball was caught by Thirimanne at short extra cover. 

100 for Virat Kohli , in 106 balls in the 38th over. India 217/3. 

Over 35: India 194/3 

OUT, Rohit Sharma flatters to deceive again, clean bowled by Angelo Mathews for 5 runs. India 191/3.

OUT, Sehwag out for 96, unfortunate to say the least as Kohli sent the opener back refusing a single, a direct hit from Thisara Perera and Sehwag was well short of his crease. 

Over 30: India 169/1

The Sri Lankans were unable to get a wicket as Kohli and Sehwag marched on with ease. The duo amassed up their 150-run partnership. Sehwag was nearing his century playing on 95*. He tried to hook an outside-off delivery, got an edge but the ball landed safely in front of a charging Malinga. Kohli on the other hand was on 67*.
Over 25: India 135/1

Virat Kohli and Virender Sehwag coasted along as the duo maintained the run rate of over 5.30. Virat Kohli reached his fifty, his, 22nd in ODIs in 62 balls. This was also his 5th consecutive half century. 

Over 20: India 104/1

India reached 100 in the 19.2 over as surprisingly, the second fifty came in 46 balls. 

50 for Virender Sehwas as he nonchalantly picked up a single off the last ball of the 17th over to complete his 33rd ODI fifty in 60 balls off Rangana Herath’s over. 

Over 15: India 75/1

After the early blow in the form of Gambhir (3), Sehwag (42*) and Virat (28*) stitched up a solid partnership with Sehwag coming into his element after his early stutter. 

Nuwan Kulasekara pulled up a muscle as he plucked up a low catch off Sehwag but it was over ruled by the umpire after repeated replays. 

Over 10: India 45/1

Sehwag and Virat consolidated the Indian innings as India were 45/1 after 10 overs.

Sehwag finally looked good as he hit some attractive fours but it was Virat who showed his class with some silken hits to the fence. 

Sehwag was unbeaten on 24 while Kohli remained not out on 16. 

Over 5: India 18/1

Nuwan Kulasekara drew the first blood for Sri Lanka as he bowled Gautam Gabhir behind his back for only 3. 

India had a horrendous start to the series as Virender Sehwag did all kinds of tricks to get himself out. His miss-hits missed the fielders, his efforts to run himself out also made disastrous results as Lankan fielders failed to hit the stumps.

Virat Kohli, however, looked to be in good touch as he slammed a four through the cover region immediately after coming onto the pitch. India were 18/1 after 5 overs. 

Indian captain MS Dhoni won the toss and decided to bat first against the hosts Sri Lanka in the first ODI of the five-match series on Saturday.

Indian have included Irfan Pathan as an all-rounder. Dhoni said at the toss that Irfan would bat at No. 7 beside being a pace bowling option.

A recharged Indian team would look for a winning start to the new season but the task won’t be easy against a strong Sri Lankan outfit as the two sides clash in a five-match ODI series starting on Saturday at Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium.

Barring the Indian Premier League, Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s men have not been in action since their last international outing in South Africa in March.

The hosts, by contrast, have been hungry Tigers on prey. They beat Pakistan at home in both ODIs and Tests, outplaying the high-riding opponents with a clinical performance. 

India Squad

MS Dhoni (c & wk), Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ashok Dinda, Gautam Gambhir, Zaheer Khan, Pragyan Ojha, Irfan Pathan, Virender Sehwag, Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma, Rahul Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Manoj Tiwary

Sri Lanka Squad

Mahela Jayawardene (c), Kumar Sangakkara (wk), Angelo Mathews, Dinesh Chandimal, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Rangana Herath, Chamara Kapugedera, Lasith Malinga, Nuwan Kulasekara, Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera, Sachithra Senanayake, Upul Tharanga, Lahiru Thirimanne, Isuru Udana 

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Misbah ul haq says: His team will defeat Sri Lanka next time

The captain Misbah-ul-Haq, said on Saturday Pakistan's future was secure with the emergence of young talent despite losing the Test and one-day series on their tour of Sri Lanka.

Pakistan lost the match to five per day 3-1 in the series 1-0 and the three tests of the tour, which ended Thursday. Razed for two games of the Twenty20 series 1-1.
The loss ended the test without losing the Pakistan series of seven since his defeat against England during the 2010 Tour, which was of noble allegations fixing test marks Lord.

This includes a lime 3-0 undefeated world number one in the team event is included earlier in England in 2012.

Misbah, Pakistan team captain since his defeat against England in 2010, lamented the defeat of the visit to Sri Lanka.

"The losses on the day and the evidence is disappointing," Misbah told reporters the team returned home on Saturday. "We could see the series of one day winning, but we will start off at the last two games."

Pakistan hired former Australia batsman Dav Whatmore as coach and English as a coach Julian Fountain Fielding this year, but his performance was a gray area.

"The defeat of the test is also regrettable. However, the performance of young players like Azhar Ali Asad Shafiq and Junaid Khan has assured Pakistan has a bright future," said Misbah.

"Our young players did very well in testing. Ali, Shafiq and Junaid did well in the series and its power, we can say that our future is assured," said Misbah.

"In difficult situations, these players worked well for us. As Adnan Akmal (in testing Pallekele) played with a broken finger is a good sign. Junaid is a great advantage."

Ali scored two hundreds of tests, while Shafiq hit a match-saving century in the final test in Pallekele, which ended in a draw.

Sri Lanka won the first Test in Galle on 209 runs, while the second test successfully rain in Colombo, also ended without result.

The left arm took 14 wickets Paceman Junaid in three tests, including five wickets carries the second and third attempt.

Twenty20 captain Mohammad Hafeez said the team's loss in the first T20 match was due to inexperience.

"We have a number of new players in the Twenty20 did for the first game was lost due to inexperience, but we won the second game too," said Hafeez.

Sachin Tendulkar says: It is impossible to replace Rahul Dravid

Bangalore: It would be almost impossible for the cricket team in India to find an alternative to Rahul Dravid. The wall was famous as the city in the bottom of India for over 15 years. Four months ago, with the wall of his retirement from all forms of cricket.

Rahul Dravid was the man, believed to contribute to the Indian team to accomplish a great feat in itself. However, its certificate of registration of the envy of many.

Recently, his team-mate Sachin Tendulkar had said it would be difficult to find a substitute for batting legend. Dravid was the anchor of the lever of India line-up in third place. Players from around the world find it very difficult to penetrate the solid wall of defense.

"Rahul was an incredible player for India and the world of cricket. Nobody in a position to replace Rahul in this position," Tendulkar said in a television interview on Friday.

"You need someone who is dedicated, committed and disciplined. The whole country miss it because we were used to fill all Rahul batting at No. 3. But these things will happen because that is how the game is about for years, all great players retire some day. "

"The whole country we are missing because they were used to keep everyone up to cushion Rahul at number three. However, these things continue to happen, because that's how the game has been running for years. Before our generation, were so many great players, but the game continues, "said Tendulkar.

In an interview with "teammates cricket 'in Karnataka, Sunil Joshi echoed Javagal Srinath and the same.

"True, very true. Rahul (Dravid) was for coworkers in extremely difficult conditions. Turn all equipment with Dravid. He was the pivot of the lever of India. He has always had a great responsibility and his staff , has great respect it deserves. always been committed to the team, "said Srinath.

"It's not so easy (to find a replacement). However, Dravid to see a classic case for young people, their achievements and inspiration," said Srinath, who is now secretary of Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA).

Sunil Joshi, another team member of Karnataka informed the allegations.

"Without a doubt. You can not replace the test team on the ground Dravid No. 3. However, it suggests not only exceptionally well in third place, but he was very good in all positions. Whether the opening, No. 3, No. 4 or in any other position, Dravid's hands are always on the computer. No one can take its place, "Joshi said.

"There are talented players who have the potential to show how Virat (Kohli), Rohit (Santiago) and Pujara (Cheteshwar). But only time will tell how far in testing. Is to understand the opportunity. We have to judge how do it all in all conditions. not fair to start comparing young people with a legend of the game as Dravid after a century against Australia and South Africa, "Joshi, who recently all forms of cricket after retirement, said .

"Dravid has made his mark in position 3. Young people need to grow up to be like him," said the 42-year-old.

Joshi also held top honors Dravid, sports, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award should be granted. He was recently appointed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the price.

"Dravid deserves legal Khel Ratna price. I am very happy that the BCCI has submitted his name. I would like to receive it. His contribution to the game in any format is great," said Joshi.

Friday, 13 July 2012

Australian fast bowler Brett Lee retires from international cricket

Home of 35 years, returned early from the recent one-day visit to England with a calf strain, the latest in a long series of injuries.
Lee Test cricket ended in February 2010 and left the field with 380 doors a day, a record for a short Australian Glenn McGrath - an average of 23.36 in 221 matches.

"At some point in life where you say, it's pretty," said Lee.
"The last few nights I've thought about it. I woke up this morning and felt like I was ready."
He told Channel 9 Australia: "I think as a team, they must have used 100%, both mentally and physically.
"I think only the coming months, I did not want simply the best. It would be unfair for me or my team if I went with this attitude."
At its peak, probably the best fast bowler Lee was in the world and alter the supply of second fastest all-time high of 99.9 miles per hour in Napier, New Zealand, in 2005.
Born in New South Wales, Lee made his test debut against India in 1999 and its arc of 1 day of the year.
Only six players have improved 380 ODI doors Lee. 310 doors also took an average of 30.81 in 76 Tests and 28 wickets at 25.50 for 25 international Twenty20.
He was a central figure in Australian cricket side, the world in 1990 and 2000, dominated and won the World Cup in 2003 and three of four Ashes series was in
An ankle injury has kept Australia's triumphant World Cup campaign in 2007, when he suffered the feet, back pain, elbow and face through an injury-plagued career.

Lee was a key work in the latest round of Cricket Australia agreements are offered, and rejected an agreement with the NSW in the last month because they would be available to only a handful felt equivalent to one day.
It will continue to play Twenty20 cricket and internal NSW Premier League in India.
Lee had hoped, at the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka later this year to play, but his last appearance for Australia in fourth ODI against England at Chester-le-Street last week when he took 0-12 in a piece of eight off 2.2 against the door stop the loss of an injury forced him off the field.
"Congratulations to want a great career ... @ Brettlee_58 say it was great to play against you, but afraid most of the time ...": Former England captain Michael Vaughan Twitter
Is Andrew Flintoff, the former England all that was involved in a memorable battle with Lee during the Ashes Test at Edgbaston in 2005, Twitter: "lost the game, one of the few masters of all my courage I never like to try. I hit on the head. "
Australia coach John Inverarity said: "Today, one of the best fast bowlers Australia has announced his resignation.
"Statistics are only part of the story. Addition, and is an important part of his legacy, inspiring young Australians Brett play cricket and fast bowling."

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

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Injured Mark Boucher retires from international cricket with immediate

London: South African Mark Boucher has retired from international cricket with immediate effect Tuesday after being beaten in the eye, the day before. The most prolific wicket-keeper undergone eye surgery in England and flew home.

Boucher, who played in 147 tests and 295 ODIs, was beaten by a deposit when opening tour of his team against the English county of Somerset. "It is with sadness and some pain, I am making this announcement. Due to the severity of my eye injury, I will not be able to play international cricket," said a statement on his behalf.

The team manager Mohamed Moosajee said earlier that the extent of the injury was serious and that Boucher was "difficult to determine the extent of damage in the long term."

The 35-year-old had an outstanding performance of the Proteas and his brilliant skills behind the trunks was matched by his ability with the bat.

Boucher test international debut against Pakistan in 1997 and has since become an integral part of the national team.

Tuesday, Boucher said in a statement thanks for the wishes. "I am deeply impressed by the good wishes. I wish the team well in the UK when I get home and follow an uncertain path to recovery."

South Africa captain Graeme Smith expressed his sorrow for the test message and called for a South African patriot and a fighter Boucher. "

"Bouch, which went a long way, and we are the party in these circumstances, unfortunately. For 14 years, were his international career, you're a true warrior, a patriot Proteas of South Africa, a fighter who does not ask for anything and everything" , said in a personal message.

Former tennis world number one Maria Sharapova confirmed as Russia's flag-bearer

MOSCOW: Former world number one tennis Maria Sharapova of Russia is one of the first female Olympic champion at the Games in London later this month, the National Olympic Committee confirmed on Tuesday.

"Sharapova will wear our flag," President of the Russian Olympic Committee, Alexander Zhukov (ROC) Alexander told reporters after the meeting of the Executive Board of the NRC.

"She was the candidate most worthy of all our athletes. In June, she claimed her fourth title of Grand Slam (French Open)."

Russia has broken with tradition by appointing Sharapova, who also won Wimbledon (2004), U.S. Open (2006) and the Australia Open (2008) title for the rare honor.

From the first Russians participated in the Summer Games in Helsinki in 1952 as part of the Soviet Union, this honor was given to the traditionally male-famous athletes such as Greco-Roman wrestler Alexander Karelin and swimmer Alexander Popov, who have won many Olympic titles.

"I am honored and excited, especially since my first Olympics in my career to be", said Russia, based in Florida, on its official website ( when he heard the news of his appointment last month.

"Hush Hush I had this for two weeks and keeping secrets is not my best quality!"

The 25-year-old will make his Olympic debut in London after failing in the 2004 Athens Games and the right to shortages in Beijing in 2008 with a shoulder injury.

IATA's amazing is sending Sania's mother for the Olympic Games

Tennis has been in the news since last month for the wrong reasons. And just when you thought everything was done, it was reported that Sania Mirza's mother was part of the delegation traveling to tennis Olympic Games in London.

Naseema Mirza has no experience in tennis at all. She was in numerous events in the past, but rarely Tennis Association All India, ignoring the most suitable candidates and send it as a "manager" of the team.

A veteran sports journalist Ayaz Memon says, is a "strange".

"I'm surprised that IATA, under fire, as they lost the match, both players and is delayed until it has become almost a crisis, go ahead and do it now."

Memon think you may have to go, though the credit, the aura around India's tennis that everyone seems to be artificial: "It seems that for appeasing Sania wrote an indignant letter to the perception of IATA has a lot of value in the. sports in India and needs a good, IATA has not been possible to create them. "

After watching Roger Federer and Serena Williams, both over 30, and yet are also discussed in Wimbledon, as well as sports medicine and training methods for long career.

Memon admitted, however, that despite the star, the Olympics will not be easy for Federer: "The Olympics is an event that people raise about yourself makes you ensure that people realized the Leander Paes expectations .. even won the bronze medal in singles in 1996. "

You see and hear the video, the entire conversation between Memon and sports editor Ashish Magotra First Post.

Saturday, 7 July 2012

Yuvraj on the need for serious party before making a comeback

A report in the mail today, wrote that while Krishnamachari Srikkanth said the head of the National Team Yuvraj Singh for a return to the India team, the versatile Indian star, admitted that his intention has not yet taken a form concrete.

The report goes on to talk with reporters, Yuvraj said it would take some serious game time to get in shape. "The Ranji Trophy after the World Twenty20. In all cases, we can not Ranji Trophy for the T20 game ready. Practice you can get serious game before the World Twenty20, the Moin-ud Dowla and Buchi Babu Trophy Invitational, but I'm still aware of their data. "

In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Yuvraj said that although his original plan, it was hard, his body, to improve the welfare in each session began. He said he worked on his fitness, have stopped shaking, muscles, and you need to build strength gradually. He said he would need two months to prepare for the routine and have an eye on the T20 World Cup, but first wants his form and fitness, both in T20 against New Zealand tax.

The Times of India, wrote that the game of Yuvraj Singh, this is a dream for India again. "My training was good so far. When I went to the ANC, I started training one one hour and a half, then moved to three hours. In the last 10 days I was out in six hours a day, gradually increasing the load of work. I was batting, fielding and bowling well. take a little more time to reach full agreement on fitness, "Yuvraj was quoted by TOI.

Clarke is very worry for victory over England

Australia captain Michael Clarke has urged his side to leave England with at least one international victory after suffering another hammer in the hands of their former enemies. Eight wicket victory England

in Riverside Sunday gave them the game five in a number of days the highlight of the tour of Australia was short, because they took an unassailable 3-0 lead washed after Wednesday clash at Edgbaston without ball excited.

Now just the final at Old Trafford on Tuesday left for Australia, the number ended one of the world 50 over the page to get some pride back before returning to England for an Ashes test series complete in the next year.

England, after the victory certainly a useful start, restricted Australia to 200 for nine of their 50 overs here on Sunday, with fast bowler Steven Finn at four for 37th

In response, England fell to 201 to spare for two people with 13 bullets, as they won their ninth in a series one-day international. Ian Bell made a stylish 69 not ended, and his colleague Jonathan Trott Warwickshire 64th

Making matters worse, Australian fast bowler for both Brett Lee and Shane Watson left the field early variety with calf problems suspects.

"We've been dominated - simple as that," said Clarke, a lull during the ingestion of 85 balls in the basket on Sunday, going 43rd

"But we have a game to go, and I would hate to go home without a win - that's for sure."

Thinking about the game on Sunday, he added: "I think England had the best conditions, but it's easy to excuse himself.

"I think we had the best conditions for the Lord as well, and England have found a way to beat us."

As for Lee and Watson, Clarke said he was uncertain about the extent of their fitness concerns. "I have not had time to Alex Kountouris (physiotherapist from Australia) to speak, but I know they both have the calf injury -. To what extent, I do not know"

One consolation for Australia was the form of David Hussey, who was at number six with a straight face, near a 70-run shot to his side from depths of 96 save up to six to Finland, two one-off on a hat-trick, took two wickets in two balls for the second time in the game.

"I thought Dave Hussey was outstanding today (Sunday)," said Clarke. "I think Dave is suitable for the middle order. He hits the ball as clean as anyone to death, so while PowerPlay stick and last last 10 overs of the game, there are so destructive as any other."

But Clarke said Australia was with the middle-order expertise of Michael Hussey, David's older brother, who missed the tour after a stay at home to have done with his wife after his premature birth to her fourth child.

"We've probably missed something from this experience - to know conditions and have been around for so long."

England are unbeaten in one dayers in 2012 and captain Alastair Cook is keen to keep this record in Manchester.

"Four-Zero looks a lot better than 1.3", he said. "They will not be desperate to happen, but we have learned, just as hungry as we were in those games. It would be great to make it 10 wins."

Such a force bowling, deep in England, the nation's world-class test, the Finn is just on the edge of her team of five days.

"Everything is focused on playing Test cricket - I always wanted to do that," said Finn.

"I take full responsibility of opening the bowling (ODIS), tries to expand on it and my name in the hat for the selection test."

Once again, Roger Federer will be playing in the Wimbledon final

Wimbledon, England - Roger Federer will play in the Wimbledon final. For once, will face Andy Murray.

A few hours after Federer reached his eighth record of the modern era final at the All England Club, Murray advanced to his first - and the first for a British man since Bunny Austin in 1938.

"There are a lot of pressure and stress at this time of year," said Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 beating Friday. "I feel when I'm in the field or in practice, when I leave. Try not to think about these things.

"But in the mind, it's there."

Federer has played Novak Djokovic in the roof on Centre Court, and was similar to that of the player who won six titles on the same turf. Beating the 16-time Grand Slam winner last year, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, and today is a victory that corresponds to the record of Pete Sampras at Wimbledon titles in September

"I have to go to a game. I know that," said Federer, 30, 6-1 in the Wimbledon final against Djokovic and is now 1-0 in the grass. "But it is always good for someone who beat Novak, who has so well here last year, the last two years."

The victory improved record in the semifinals at the All England Club Federer 8-0. His only loss came in the final in 2008, when Rafael Nadal won 9-7 in the fifth.

On Saturday, four times champion Serena Williams, Agnieszka Radwanska in the final of older women. Radwanska will play in his first Grand Slam final, despite a respiratory disease, so it was difficult to speak for them.

In the men's final on Sunday, is the conversation that makes the hitting zone.

Federer is almost certainly have the psychological advantage against Murray. Not only was it before that date seven times, but beat Murray in three sets to two Grand Slam finals - in the U.S. Open 2008 and the Australia Open 2010.

Murray is 0-3 in Grand Slam finals - 0-9 in the playoffs in three games - and also the expectations of his country directly on his shoulders. The British public has been waiting for a couple of male Wimbledon champion in 76 years, as Fred Perry won the last of his three titles in 1936.

"I need your help on Sunday, because it is a great challenge to beat Roger in the final of a Slam at Wimbledon," Murray said. "I hope that everything comes from people with me."

A few minutes after the victory over Tsonga, called the British Prime Minister David Cameron win the "good news", perhaps accumulating more pressure on Murray.

"I will see the final on Sunday and like the rest of the country to get behind Andy Murray," Cameron said in a statement. "I wish you good luck."

While Murray's victory is celebrated across the UK, between Queen's Jubilee last month and the next Olympics in London, Federer plays for most of history. A victory in his 24th Grand Slam final again, as he is ranked 1, and equal Sampras's record of 286 weeks of first class players.

"There is much in line to win for me in terms of here, all time record for Grand Slam, the number 1 in the world," said Federer. "I'm in this game with a little pressure, but I'm excited about it. This is what I play."

William Renshaw and Arthur Gore also played in eight finals of Wimbledon, but it was still the reigning champion was given a pass title matches the following year. This rule was amended 1922nd Renshaw won seven titles and three Gore.

Despite the chance to win, Roger Federer, is a historic decision, which could be the factor that Murray Queen Elizabeth II to be Sunday at the All England Club.

The Queen came to Wimbledon in 2010 - the first time I had traveled in 33 years. He jumped in the last year, but could play Murray in the last reason enough for a true revival.

"I do not know if it will be on Sunday," said Murray, "but would be fine."

Friday, 6 July 2012

Virender Sehwag says: MS Dhoni’s captaincy alone didn’t win India the World Cup was perceived as a loaded one.

When the free-flowing bat, Virender Sehwag knows no moderation in words. His comments on Friday that the captain MS Dhoni has not only won the World Cup in India is perceived as a burden.

'Alone' was the key word here, because Sehwag simply suggested that the entire India team plays as world leaders.
Sehwag was the inauguration of Saba Karim, Pro-Genesis Cricket Centre Greater Noida, where he was invited to 31 Reply anniversary and was their captain Dhoni.

Since 2008, reports surfaced about the alleged differences between Dhoni and Sehwag. Stories of disagreement within the team, which emerged during the last tour of India, Australia does not justify the story. Of course, the comments were accompanied by media hungry.

"I do not know what others feel, but by the time Dhoni took over as captain, had a strong team. Its captain not only to win the World Cup in India," he said.

Sehwag, however, developed ... "We had a very strong team already, so we won the T20 World Championship limited number of extensions, where a good team win, it's easy to Australia has a good team and won three world championships as well, and it was not Because of their captain. They had great players. And so I will say that the Indian team captain Dhoni won the championship continued. "

He said he was ready for the rigors of international cricket. "I played almost every game of the IPL and not about fitness now," he said.

The agitator of Sachin Tendulkar Delhi supported the decision to withdraw from the ODI series against Sri Lanka. Sehwag said: "A player of his stature should be allowed to play the series, you want to choose."

I was not too worried that the next generation of young percussionists in India is not doing well in first grade during the last few games, "A" of the Caribbean tour. "Before I was a prominent member of the senior team, I was going to" A "tours. Some clues to these visits and not to others. This is not to say that no, not good enough. The best part is you make mistakes and learn from it and try to correct in domestic cricket and come back stronger, "he said.

Murray Finish Britain's 74-year wait for men's finalist at Wimbledon

Wimbledon, England - The shot? Step by step to take as slicing, 117 miles per hour on duty at the match point, he crossed the crack and just trim the edge of the sideline? That was the easy part. Andy Murray knew it was a good snapshot of the Met ball chain knew before anyone else in the UK, who had won on Friday and Sunday, the final of Wimbledon 2012 is going to play. He dropped his racket in his hands, then clenched his fists in his eyes. But when he looked up, all was confusion.

The referee had been winners. Fifteen thousand throats had been angry at the center court holding a dead arm extended linesman called the ball. Murray went to the network, asked Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, I thought. "I do not really know," said Tsonga, a wide smile. "But I think it is wide."

"I thought," Murray said, and he was right, of course: The Board recurrence showed the ball on the pass line when the crowd took his roar happily revealed that Murray had beaten Tsonga 6-3, 6-4 to , 3-6, 7-5 in the first Briton since Bunny Austin in 1938 to a final at the All England Club. The two men embraced, at which point you could see the beginning of the most difficult. Tsonga Murray laughed, and held his neck, giving it a squeeze, as if to comfort her. Murray frowned, shrugged. It seemed as if suddenly an anvil 76 years had placed on his back.
Everyone is tired of listening, but maybe, just maybe, this will be the last time to win the last British man was Fred Perry Wimbledon in 1936. When a reporter at his press conference, how nice, Perry asked if he would try to bless his possible victory, Murray shook his head and muttered a puzzling picture.

"He is not alive, but," he said.
True, but the spirit still haunts Perry was British tennis, it seems. Murray is now the best opportunity to lead their nation to the old one, but come Sunday, is the history of tennis-hyper-local, only half the equation. So far the perfect ending for two weeks to be extremely unpredictable, Roger Federer will go with Murray Sunday afternoon trying to regain its place at the top of the game.
It was 2 ½ years since Federer, 30, won a couple of months, and 25 since the great Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and then move as No. 1. A victory Sunday would make Federer again, give seventh Wimbledon singles title to match Pete Sampras and record holder 286, Sampras record week correspond to position 1. In addition to a 17th Grand Slam titles --- and an oddly flat crushed Djokovic 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, on Friday in the first semifinal - they all speak the silence of a Federer's decline, and cemented his status as the best player in history.

Everything in view of tennis anyway, will the pressure on the No. 4 Murray, Federer is loved by the members of Wimbledon and the public and, with a record of 14-1 final against anyone not named Nadal tail, is strongly recommended. If it appears that Murray is a chance, lose it, the center court has its fantasies and reverence, for the first time, Federer treated as something less than the embodiment of everything they own, just and reasonable.

"I need your help on Sunday, because, yes, there is a great challenge to beat Roger in the final of a Grand Slam, at Wimbledon," said Murray, who has a head header record to 8-7 against Federer lost, but against him in two of three finals he contested. "I hope the public is with me. You helped me out of difficult times in recent games, and no doubt will need it again."

You will be with him, well - if he wins. For years, a joke that the Glasgow meeting of British and Scottish Murray when he wins when he loses (after Friday's victory, the website "AndyMurrayometer" put 97 percent of United Kingdom). Sounds fun, also noted that, argue that the Scottish government, a referendum on independence in 2014 will. Or think that the English Football Association no objection, the adjustment has a Swedish or Italian as national coach, while the idea of ​​the nation's best - Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United - Management is absurd.

British tennis is much less confrontational. Murray will represent Great Britain at the Olympics, and his mother, Judy, was in the development of instrumental Scottish tennis during his time as captain of Team GB Fed Cup. But even though the country saw Murray cruise throughout the first Friday, a small crack appeared. "Let's Murray in English!" shouted a fan in the stands. After bombed two aces Murray 4-1, other brogued shouted, "Come on Come on Scotland Andy!"
Everyone laughed, somehow, but Murray had the game in hand, then. For two sets, in fact, was the second service Murray and aggression significantly improved this year under new coach Ivan Lendl, Federer was at his heels. But there's a reason why the bacon and the dynamics of French in straight sets to Federer at Wimbledon last year in the quarterfinals rate, pay in sixth place and is the current player Andre Agassi to be seen.

"Jo is a stud," said Agassi. "It's not predictable. He can do anything at any time with the firepower has no explosiveness and movement. Watched him play I love."
"I'm not the most talented tour," said Tsonga. "But I drag on the war."

Just before the third set, Federer had to "unlock" left the court for the return leg. He transformed. Murray, now seemed to shrink, as the idea began to sink in. win Tsonga took him from the beginning and kept after him on hands and knees, Murray, 03.05, 15, all with a forehand passing Screaming - a tactic popularized Lendl - the organization. He landed in the most vulnerable. "New balls, please!" Someone shouted from the crowd.

But Federer came in the room is fully charged, immediately call a pause overshadowed the court and hit the break points in eight games with great service, amazing volleys and a soft, inside-in forehand of his execution. Murray pain seemed almost inevitable when behind 4-4, 15-40 down, but slowly regain their confidence, nerve, and serve again, unleashed two killer backhand in the tie-break, 12, and Tsonga broke for ever, for now, mostly in the forehand of the United Kingdom almost eight decades.

Not that Murray wants to think so. Not yet. "After the game, make sure not disturbed on the ground, never too high, too low, do not try," he said. "Maybe in the past, I was too high and the bottom. Need to try to be more stable in the ground, not so emotional. The only thing I would like removed is known [Lendl] ... It was not. T like all the costumes enthusiastically jumps was: Not going to a game like that, but we concentrate on the next "..

But there is no way around it, of what this year was Murray at Wimbledon, and sat in the empty Centre Court grass alone. "When I played here, I have not understood what it was," he said, "and took some years for me before I knew how important this tournament was for me to understand is how important it is for the courts -. And in this country "
But in reality, nobody knows - not Murray, players who failed before him, not the fans. Yes, Brit, Virginia Wade won the Wimbledon women's singles title in 1977, but somehow that acute pain has been the curse of Fred Perry's part of British culture, was seen as a commentary on British masculinity is mourning over the summer in the newspapers as having a long life of its own. Nobody knows what a burden, it really meant was, until it disappears. There will be a national celebration, then, as if England wins the World Cup in 1966? Thousands are packing Trafalgar Square? Or is the story of a man killing another ghost?

"Maybe it can happen to Andy," Marian Vajda, Djokovic, the coach said Friday. . "No doubt he played his best tennis on grass, this is your chance" and then laughed Vajda said - and it almost sounded like a threat, "This is your chance.". Because he knows that history is full of tennis players, even big ones, who came oh so close to the definition of a prize to take advantage of the race. Maybe it happened once, when he has John McEnroe in Paris in 1984, twice, as he did at Wimbledon in Lendl 86 and 87. The game is cruel that way.
On Sunday, the two men walking on the court. On the one hand, the opportunity again.