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Djokovic, Serena rush through at Melbourne Park

Victoria Azarenka

MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams barely moved out of second gear while Victoria Azarenka underlined her Australian Open pedigree as players experienced the hottest conditions of the championship so far yesterday.

Sir Vivian Richards: The rise and fall of an empire

My heart will always beat for the West Indies, writes former West Indies captain

Sir Vivian Richards

(ICC) A team that was the trend-setter of cricket once upon a time was beginning to get left behind. When I look back at the time when ICC Cricket World Cup first came into being in 1975, I remember a time that was completely different from what it is today.

New WICB election plan before Directors

Cameron could remain in office until end of financial year if he loses upcoming WICB elections

Tony Cozier

IN the unlikely event that Dave Cameron loses the presidency of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) in the March 7 ballot, a document before the directors recommends that he remain in office until the end of the current financial year before handing over to his successor.

Windies concede series with frail effort

Members of the Golden Jaguar provisional squad from left to right- Denver Dennis, Derick Carter, Amos Ramsay, Dwight Peters and Oswald Cornette being put through their paces during a Beep Test following the commencement of national training camp.

EAST LONDON, South Africa, CMC – West Indies plumbed new depths on their tour of South Africa here yesterday, producing an anemic performance to hand the Proteas an uncomplicated nine-wicket win and the five-match series on a platter.

Windies concede series with frail effort

Marlon Samuels

EAST LONDON, South Africa, CMC – West Indies plumbed new depths on their tour of South Africa here yesterday, producing an anemic performance to hand the Proteas an uncomplicated nine-wicket win and the five-match series on a platter.

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