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Nov 20, 2013

Golf-Born-again Stenson sets sight on majors

Nov 20 (Reuters) – Buoyed by his brilliant turnaround, world number three Henrik Stenson has set his sight on becoming the first Swedish male golfer to win a major title.

Stenson’s six-shot victory at last week’s DP World Tour Championship made him the first man to land the Race To Dubai and U.S. FedExCup double in the same year.

Nov 18, 2013

Transformed Anderson, England’s man for all seasons

By Sudipto Ganguly

(Reuters) – James Anderson once caused a minor stir by posing naked for a gay lifestyle magazine – a role reversal of sorts for a bowler who spends much of his time laying bare the technical deficiencies of the world’s leading batsmen.

England’s bowling attack in Australia could function without any of their other pacemen but their leader Anderson has unique skills that set him apart and his absence would be a major blow.

Nov 18, 2013

Cricket-Transformed Anderson, England’s man for all seasons

Nov 18 (Reuters) – James Anderson once caused a minor stir by posing naked for a gay lifestyle magazine – a role reversal of sorts for a bowler who spends much of his time laying bare the technical deficiencies of the world’s leading batsmen.

England’s bowling attack in Australia could function without any of their other pacemen but their leader Anderson has unique skills that set him apart and his absence would be a major blow.

Nov 17, 2013

Tendulkar feared career was over after tennis-elbow surgery

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Recovering from a tennis-elbow injury was the most difficult phase in Sachin Tendulkar’s illustrious cricket career with the master batsman fearing he would never be able to hold a bat again after surgery in 2005.

The diminutive Indian bid an emotional farewell to the sport at his home Wankhede Stadium on Saturday, signing off as cricket’s most prolific run-scorer after a sparkling career that spanned almost a quarter of a century.

Nov 17, 2013

Cricket-Tendulkar feared career was over after tennis-elbow surgery

MUMBAI, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Recovering from a tennis-elbow injury was the most difficult phase in Sachin Tendulkar’s illustrious cricket career with the master batsman fearing he would never be able to hold a bat again after surgery in 2005.

The diminutive Indian bid an emotional farewell to the sport at his home Wankhede Stadium on Saturday, signing off as cricket’s most prolific run-scorer after a sparkling career that spanned almost a quarter of a century.

Nov 16, 2013
Nov 16, 2013

Tendulkar bids farewell with tears and cheers

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Sachin Tendulkar struggled to hold back the tears as he soaked up the unconditional veneration of an Indian crowd for the last time when the sun set on the master batsman’s glittering 24-year career on Saturday.

After his side completed the formalities of an easy victory over West Indies, Tendulkar collected a stump as a memento and slowly made his way through a mobile guard of honor formed by his team mates, head bowed and struggling to hide his emotions.

Nov 16, 2013

Cricket-Tendulkar bids farewell with tears and cheers

MUMBAI, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Sachin Tendulkar struggled to hold back the tears as he soaked up the unconditional veneration of an Indian crowd for the last time when the sun set on the master batsman’s glittering 24-year career on Saturday.

After his side completed the formalities of an easy victory over West Indies, Tendulkar collected a stump as a memento and slowly made his way through a mobile guard of honour formed by his team mates, head bowed and struggling to hide his emotions.

Nov 16, 2013

Sachin Tendulkar bids farewell with tears and cheers

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Sachin Tendulkar did not get a chance to bat again in his final test but India’s ‘Little Master’ was allowed to bowl a couple of overs on Saturday before drawing his 24-year glittering career to an emotional conclusion.

After his side completed the formalities of a victory over West Indies, Tendulkar collected a stump as a memento and wiped tears from his eyes as he slowly made his way off the field through a mobile guard of honour formed by his team mates.

Nov 16, 2013

Cricket-Tendulkar bids farewell with tears and cheers

MUMBAI, Nov 16 (Reuters) – Sachin Tendulkar did not get a chance to bat again in his final test but India’s ‘Little Master’ was allowed to bowl a couple of overs on Saturday before drawing his 24-year glittering career to an emotional conclusion.

After his side completed the formalities of a victory over West Indies, Tendulkar collected a stump as a memento and wiped tears from his eyes as he slowly made his way off the field through a mobile guard of honour formed by his team mates.