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Ashwini and Sikki, Mukherjee said. He’s winning many tournaments this year. Parents of UK baby Charlie Gard agree to let him die | Reuters World Reuters Jul 24, But Iyer, AFP – England and Surrey batsman Jason Roy (@JasonRoy20) "Doesn’t get much better than that! Got a bit of talent Unbelievable @benstokes38 and what a place to do it" – Former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood (@Colly622) "Take a bow @benstokes38 he could write the book on taking the game away from opposition All men on fence and still backing himself" – England bowler Tim Bresnan (@timbresnan) "@benstokes38 take a bow #immensebatting #bothamesque" – Former England footballer Matt Le Tissier (@mattletiss7) sees glimpses of the great Ian Botham "STOKES" – Stokes’s Durham team-mate Graham Onions (@BunnyOnions) keeps it short and sweet "Most brutal 2 hours I can recall by Eng 196 runs from 25 overs Stokes 204 (Jonny) Bairstow 95" – Former England player and Guardian cricket writer Mike Selvey (@selveycricket) "Our club has grown by one today Well batted @benstokes38" – Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie who scored an improbable double-century for Australia against Bangladesh in 2006 AFP Written by Deepak Narayanan | Published: September 18 2009 3:57 am Related News Mahendra Singh DhoniIndia Ricky PontingAustralia Graeme SmithSouth Africa Andrew Flintofffreelance Should we get used to it Its often hard to judge the impact certain moments will have in the futureas they unfold in the present In many casesthe tendency is to exaggerate the consequences Arsenal did not drop out of the top four in the Premiership when Thierry Henry left There would never be another Pete Sampraswe said with misty eyesbut as soon as the tears were wiped offthere stood Roger Federer And though it did look extremely likely at the timematch-fixing did not kill crickets popularity Howeverits as easy to go the other way When Kapil Dev stood on the balcony at Lords holding up the World Cup trophyyou knew it was a moment that would spark something bigespecially in a nation as starved of international sporting success as India was But did anyone see the complete shift in power coming Did they see Indian rupees taking over the game to such an extent that there would not be enough time for advertisements between oversleaving high-profile commentators plugging motorbikes on air even as Sachin Tendulkar crafted a masterly century out in the middle In facttwo-and-a-half decades down the linethe Board of Control for Cricket in India could very easily drop the last bit of its title Similarlyits been impossible to tell where the Twenty20 revolution is headedand this time its all happening at breakneck speed In the last two yearsweve debatedendlesslythe probable demise of Test cricket and the near-certain death of one-dayers as we know them A rebel league sprung upand has since been crushed The Sri Lankan board cancelled a Test tour of England so their players could play the IPLand an extremely reluctant West Indian outfit was draggedkicking and screamingto fill in for them Many see cricket organising itself more on the lines of footballwhere battles between clubs dominate the calendar with national teams coming together for major tournaments once every couple of years Things seem to be snowballing so fast that the games administrators are having to dance around on twinkle-toes to avoid being flattened by the monster they have created Of theseAndrew Flintoffs turning down a contract with the England and Wales Cricket Board to go freelance has the potential to be the biggest game-changerbecause it empowers the player like never before Suddenlyrepresenting the country is not the only way to make a living Flintoffs agent is on the record saying the all-rounder could play in as many as six different Twenty20 leagues if he skips national duty If he has his wayFlintoff or Andrew Symondswho plans to take a similar path could end up making more money from the final few years of his career than he has from playing a decade of international cricket And while both Flintoff and Symonds are well into the second halves of their careersis it too far-fetched to imagine players taking similar decisions while still at their peak I dont like your termsIm off to play for the Timbuktu Terminators (If this seems like an overreactionthink of the day an Indian cricketer chooses to play in the proposed Southern Hemisphere league over a tour of Bangladesh) It is important not to blame the players though Sportsmen have short shelf-lives and deserve every penny they make when theyre still able to perform most of them spend their lifetime getting that good at what they doand retiring at 35 with few other skills cannot be pleasant (It is possibleas his agent saysthat Freddie wants to go bungee-jumpingwhich the contract with the English board did not allow) The real question is where this leaves the games administrators They can hardly allow international cricket to be dilutedfor that would be the beginning of their own irrelevance; neither can they afford to get confrontational: banning high-profile players from plying their trade may not be as easy as bullying the Indian Cricket League to its knees How successful Flintoff isor is allowed to bewith this plan could have a big bearing on whether this becomes a trend or not And while we wait and watch… do you reckon Federers loss to Juan Martin del Potro at Flushing Meadows is the end of an era [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Pune | Updated: January 31 2017 10:45 am Yuki Bhambri’s recent struggles with tennis elbow is well documented (Source: File photo) Top News Finn Tearney and Jose Statham practice their ground strokes on the first outer court topless On a hot day at the Balewadi Stadium the chiselled ripped torsos of New Zealand’ Davis Cup singles players is the first sight you’d see when you approach the tennis arena Their individual rankings — Tearney is 414 and Statham is 417 —may show them as underdogs going into Asia Oceania Group 1 tie but their sharp and groomed bodies exhibit a highly-focused fitness regimen It’s the first day of practice and the Indians have occupied courts two and four The physical difference between the two teams is stark India’s highest ranked singles player Saketh Myneni (205) can’t help but rotate his right shoulder at regular intervals — testimony to chronic shoulder problems Yuki Bhambri sports a brace under his right elbow — symbolic of his recent struggle with tennis elbow that sidelined him for six months The reserve player Prajnesh Gunneswaran has had his own run-ins with knee injuries that ate up five years from his professional career and 22-year-old Ramkumar Ramanathan is seen slouching in posture Somdev Devvarman was Indian tennis’ athletic specimen but he has retired now and so the onus of victory falls on an injury-hit group of players who struggle to max their potential due to lack of support The pursuit of success on tour now requires players to travel with a coach and trainer to take care of the game and the body It’s an expensive proposition and currently none of India’s top three singles players have the benefit of a well chalked out fitness plan Travelling with an entourage that includes fitness trainers as is the wont in professional tour is a luxury the Indian singles players cannot enjoy since their low ranks don’t allow them entry into bigger events They have to resort to the ATP Challenger events ATP 250s or the qualifying stages of the Grand Slams Myneni is India’s highest ranked player at 205 followed by Ramkumar at 276 and Bhambri at 368 So far in the current season Myneni and Ramkumar have pocketed $5680 in prize money through their singles and doubles matches while Bhambri has won $7640 In turn the charges of a physical trainer on average comes to $2000 per week (travel expenses excluded) “You have to choose between travelling with a coach or trainer which is tough because both are important” explains Zeeshan Ali coach of the Davis Cup team “If you have a trainer to keep you fit but not a coach to correct the mistakes you’re making you won’t win matches to afford a trainer If you have a good coach and you’re winning more matches that’ll take a toll on your body and you need a trainer to keep you in shape” Bhambri is on the lookout for a replacement after his regular trainer got married and stopped travelling Myneni has a trainer based in the United States whom he shares with other players on tour “That way I don’t have to worry about travel expenses since I share the physio with other guys” says the 29-year-old “But it’s difficult to share a trainer with someone for three-four weeks and have the same schedule” Another setback strangely is Myneni’s towering six-foot four height “Trainers from here aren’t exposed to that height range At Saketh’s height everything becomes specific and the exercises you would use for someone at six-feet will not be as helpful for someone like him” asserts Vece Paes the former team doctor of the Davis Cup team Ramkumar has been the most privileged among the athletes as he has been funded since he was 14 Now 22 the Chennai-lad who had once defeated Devvarman in the first round of the Chennai Open 2014 has plateaued Though he is considered the fittest on the team his off-court preparation has kept him down “He’s a hard worker on court but off it he’s a slacker” says Karti Chidambaram vice-president of the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association (TNTA) the body that has been Ramkumar’s long-time sponsor “He needs to understand the physicality of the game and his problem is that he hasn’t been able to settle down with a coach But he’s also not the easiest person to get along with” Singles fit or unfit is in sharp focus in the Davis Cup week where four singles ties get played A country conditioned to looking only to doubles for recent international success struggles to figure out a way to propel even one of its singles players into the Top 100 consistently The sad news is that it only seems to get worse year after year For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: January 21 2017 5:27 am Top News The Ahmedabad Detection of Crime Branch (DCB) on Friday arrested a clerk at the Gujarat revenue department days after an audio clip of a conversation purportedly between him and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel surfaced and went viral While speaking with Patel the clerk Gopal Italia (27) allegedly had posed as a policeman and complained about the new prohibition law saying it only resulted in a hike in liquor prices Italia was picked up by the DCB officials from Dhandhuka in Ahmedabad district Police said that after the audio clips were found in the circulation which were also reported in newspapers a non-cognizable offence was registered and an inquiry was initiated Watch what else is making news “After an inquiry it was found that he (Italia) is not a policeman and such a claim amounts to offence of impersonating as public servant under Section 170 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) Following this we converted the non-cognizable offence into an FIR” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCB) Deepan Bhadran In the audio clip Italia allegedly claimed that he was policeman posted at Madhavpura police station He also disclosed a “belt buckle number” However police said that he was posted at the police station as lokrakshak but had resigned Police said that he was not a policeman any more still he claimed to be one while talking to the Deputy CM Italia in the audio clip alleged that police officers and politicians were hand-in-glove to make the prohibition law ineffective This is the first arrest after scores of audio clips containing phone call records with Gujarat politicians and ministers went viral recently For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: June 14 2017 9:26 pm Roberto Diaz says he has never spoken to Phil Mickelson and doesn’t know him at all (Source: AP) Top News Like any other player at the US Open Roberto Diaz is using the practice rounds to check out the rough and the greens and to find out where he can be aggressive and where to be patient Unlike most any other player at the US Open Diaz is also spending at least a little time scouting out a couch for a nap Diaz is next up on the alternate list and has a better-than-average chance of taking the spot that currently belongs to Phil Mickelson who will attend his daughter’s high school graduation in California and barring a weather delay won’t make his 2:20 pm tee time Thursday at Erin Hills Diaz can’t roll in at noon though His instructions from the USGA are to be ready for the first tee time of the day _ 6:45 am _ in case an injury illness or something else unexpected besets one of the other 155 players in the field “I’ll get up around 4:30 have breakfast stretch out get ready to go to the first tee” Diaz said “Then there’s a time in between waves where I can go back in and rest and then wait again” It’s more than worth the trouble for the 30-year-old Mexico native who now lives in South Carolina and plays most of his golf on the Webcom Tour He’s got two top-five finishes this year and currently stands at 11th on the money list At US Open qualifying Diaz was among the 80 players vying for five spots at Canoe Brook Country Club in New Jersey earlier this month He was in a two-man playoff for the final spot and lost on the second extra hole That put Diaz seventh overall on the alternate list The first six are already in Diaz is waiting He has no regrets about how things went down at Canoe Brook “It’s over” he said “There’s nothing I can do about it I made my mistakes but I also had some good efforts and made some putts so no there’s nothing I would change” Diaz says he has never spoken to Mickelson and doesn’t know him at all Because of a change in USGA policy Diaz is allowed to play practice rounds on the course this year; in the past alternates were relegated to the practice facilities It gives him a good sense of the place Now if he could only control the weather “I asked them how’s the weather going to be” he said “They said with it being Wisconsin there are going to be a lot of thunderstorms either way they just don’t know when” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsZurich: Fifa has fired secretary general Jerome Valcke who is under investigation for misconduct world football’s governing body said Wednesday The former right-hand man to Sepp Blatter the Fifa president banned for eight years has been accused of aiding a scheme to sell 2014 World Cup tickets on the black market "The Fifa emergency committee decided on 9 January 2016 to dismiss Jerome Valcke from the position of Fifa secretary general with immediate effect" said a statement Jerome Valcke (L) and Sepp Blatter (R) Getty It said all of the Frenchman’s employment with Fifa had been "terminated" Valcke was suspended on September 17 after the ethics committee started an inquiry into allegations that he helped sell 2014 World Cup tickets on the black market The suspension was renewed on January 6 He has also been linked to a $10 million payment made by South Africa to corruption-tainted former Caribbean football chief Jack Warner US investigators reportedly believe this was a bribe to secure votes for the 2010 World Cup Markus Kattner is acting secretary general of a body currently fighting scandals on several fronts US authorities have charged 39 individuals — including top Fifa executive members — and two companies over bribery in football contracts Blatter is under criminal investigation in Switzerland for criminal mismanagement over a two million Swiss francs ($2 million/18 million euro) payment to Fifa vice president Michel Platini Both have been banished from football for eight years Swiss prosecutors are also investigating the attribution of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar respectively Valcke is no stranger to controversy having also been sacked in 2006 over a battle with credit card sponsors Mastercard Valcke negotiated a deal with Visa that excluded long- time sponsors Mastercard Fifa had to pay $90 million in compensation A New York judge said Valcke had lied to both companies He was sacked as marketing director but after the compensation deal Blatter reappointed him as his deputy AFP Her results in tournaments, I got a couple of opportunities but nothing that interested me. ? deputy commissioner Fatehgarh Sahib.

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