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Saina Nehwal, Somdev Devvarman,Sania Mirza and Yuki Bhambri celebrate Indian sport

There was much to celebrate this weekend for Indian sport.


The Indian team ensured that they finished their group matches on a high relegating the Windies to fourth place in Group B.

Team India now face Australia in the quarter-finals at Motera, Ahmedabad.

The bowling has regained some of its zing with R Ashwin’s entry. Question marks remain especially about the lower order. Home advantage should count for something specially against a no-longer-mighty Australia.

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Tennis Bytes:World Tour Finals, Serbian friendship and Chennai

Roger Federer at the Australian Open 2010.

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Roger Federer had a plan and stuck to it. Come hell or high water!

Poor Nadal! If only he had known! Federer may have just a solitary Slam to his credit this year but he sure knows how to throw a year-end party.

He conquered the World Tour Finals for the fifth time, one of among a select few to do so.

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Tennis Bytes: World Tour Finals roster finalised, Bhupathi and Paes qualify for event

Never discount home advantage. Never discount serve and volley either especially on a super fast hard court.

That is the lesson Novak Djokovic will take away after his shock defeat against Frenchman Michael Llodra in the third round of the Paris Masters tourney.

This is Llodra’s second major upset in recent times. He knocked out Tomas Berdych at the 2010 US Open. This also gives the French a psychological advantage going into the Davis Cup final to be played at Belgrade from December 3 – 5, 2010.

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