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Simona Halep beats Kiki Bertens to reach WTA final at Rome Masters

simona halep beats kiki bertens to reach wta final at rome masters
** *Rome:* Romania's Simona Halep reached her first final in the WTA event at the Rome Masters on Saturday after sweeping Dutchwoman Kiki Bertens 7-5, 6-1 in their semi-final clash. Halep, who..

New NCA in next 2 years: BCCI acting president CK Khanna

new nca in next 2 years: bcci acting president ck khanna
BCCI acting president CK Khanna today said a brand new National Cricket Academy will be ready in Bengaluru in the next two years after the Board settled a long-standing dispute to acquire land for the..

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News video: Sharapova Opts Against Wimbledon Wildcard

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After being denied the French Open wildcard, Russian star Maria Sharapova said on Friday that she will not request a wildcard for Wimbledon.
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News video: Sharapova Vows To ‘Rise Up Again’ After French Open Snub

Sharapova Vows To ‘Rise Up Again’ After French Open Snub 00:57

Former World number one Maria Sharapova vowed to ‘rise up again’ after she was refused a wildcard for the French Open following her 15-month ban for doping.
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News video: Maria Sharapova denied wild-card for French open

Maria Sharapova denied wild-card for French open 00:38

Maria Sharapova will not be playing in the French Open, president of the French Tennis Federation, Bernard Giudicelli, announced Tuesday. The tennis champion, who won the tournament twice, was also..
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News video: Talkin' With Joe 5/17

Talkin' With Joe 5/17 02:46

WQAM's Joe Rose on ESPN giving the Dolphins a grade of D+ for their offseason moves and French Open denying a Wild Card entry to Maria Sharapova following her doping ban.
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News video: Sharapova Denied French Open Wild Card

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Two-time champion Maria Sharapova will not play at Roland Garros this year after the French Tennis Federation denied her a wild card.
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Wimbledon 2017: Maria Sharapova doesn&#039;t want wildcards, says will go through qualifying rigours

"Because of my improved ranking after the first three tournaments of my return, I will also be playing the qualifying of Wimbledon in Roehampton, and will not be requesting a wildcard into the main..
Zee News

Maria Sharapova says she won't request Wimbledon wildcard

The 30-year-old Russian, who returned last month from a 15-month doping ban, said on her website she would play in the qualifying event staged the week before.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Tennis-Sharapova says won't request wildcard for Wimbledon main draw

Former Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova said she will not request a wildcard into this year's championships after failing to gain a high enough ranking for direct entry to the main draw.
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

Football: India to play Nepal on June 6 in Mumbai

football: india to play nepal on june 6 in mumbai
*New Delhi:* India will be playing Nepal in an international friendly at the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai on June 6, the All India Football Federation (AIFF) announced on Friday. Nepal come in..

Maria Sharapova gets wildcard for Wimbledon warm-up tournament in Birmingham

Former world number one Maria Sharapova has been handed a wildcard to the Wimbledon warm-up tournament in Birmingham in June, Britain's Lawn Tennis Association said on Thursday.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Italian Open: Novak Djokovic cruises into quarter-finals; John Isner shocks Stan Wawrinka

Third seed Stan Wawrinka became the latest high-profile casualty at the Italian Open on Thursday when the Swiss was knocked out in the third round by American John Isner. The American took his ace..

After French Open snub, Maria Sharapova gets wildcard in key pre-Wimbledon event in Birmingham

Sharapova returned from her doping ban on April 26.
Zee News

Maria Sharapova's sponsor backs French Open snub, blames WADA

Sharapova, whose career was rocked by a 15-month doping ban for consuming meldonium in 2015, returned to action last month and was widely expected to be fast-tracked into the year's second grand slam..
DNA Also reported by •Zee News

Rafael Nadal expects Andy Murray challenge at French Open despite form dip

World number one Andy Murray will be ready for Roland Garros despite his poor recent form, nine-time French Open champion Rafael Nadal has said. Nadal has won all three clay competitions this season..

Rome Masters: Angelique Kerber crashes out, Garbine Muguruza survives day of shocks

Garbine Muguruza emerged as a favourite to win the Italian Open after beating Latvia's Jelena Ostapenko to reach the third round after world number one Angelique Kerber had earlier bowed out to..

Post French Open snub, Sharapova vows to `rise up again`

[South Africa], May 17 (ANI): Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova has promised to fight and
Sify Also reported by •ANI News

Post French Open rejection, Sharapova pulls out of Italian Open

*Johannesburg [South Africa], May 17 (ANI): Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova pulled out of the Italian Open with a thigh injury during her second-round tie against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni on Tuesday,..
ANI News

Murray expects Sharapova to get Wimbledon wildcard

*Wellington [New Zealand], May 3 (ANI): While Maria Sharapova is still waiting to hear if she can play at the French Open, world number one Andy Murray has said that he expects the Russian tennis..
ANI News

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