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The stunning conclusion to the first Test against New Zealand could not conceal a malaise which has lasted on and off for 18 months. Bowled out for 232 in their first innings at Lord's, England's approach took caution and diffidence to a new level. The sight was never one for sore eyes.The batsmen did not look at ease with themselves. It must be deeply perplexing for the batting coach, ...
Britain will be without a player in the men's singles at the French Open for the first time for 19 years if Andy Murray fails to make it to the start line next week. The 26-year-old Scot will decide today whether to risk his troublesome back after retiring in mid-match from last week's Rome ...
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Cricket commentator Ian Botham has said that England's opening bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad will make the Ashes series even more difficult for the Australians.
The combination of Broad and Anderson with their skills and abilities will prove tough for the Australians as while Broad uses his pace and height to devastating effect; Anderson uses his swing and his craft to keep batsmen guessing, the Mirror reports.
Botham said that if Broad and Anderson are able to keep with their fitness levels and forms throughout the summer, they will make it a miserable game for their opponents during Ashes.
Botham congratulated Anderson after he reached the milestone of taking three hundred test match wickets at Lord's and said that Broad's performance in the second innings was also magnificent. (ANI)
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