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At Kotla: Odisha 281/7 in 50 overs (Gobinda Poddar 77,Abhishek Yadav 40 Swapnil Singh 3/58) lost to Baroda 284/5(Aditya Waghmode 92 Deepak Hooda 78 no) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Pune | Updated: February 5 2017 11:17 pm Yuki with a singles world ranking of 276 was lifted shoulder high by all his team members after his superb show Top News A lanky Ramkumar Ramanathan was fluentin his win over Finn Tearney while Yuki Bhambri struggled past Jose Statham as India completed an emphatic 4-1 victory over New Zealand in the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I tie Ramkumar sealed the tie for the hosts by thumping Tearney7-5 6-1 6-0 in two hours in the fourth rubber before Yuki wonthe dead fifth rubber against Statham 7-5 3-6 6-4 in one hourand 55 minutes India now play second round tie at home in April againstUzbekistan who got past South Korea in their first round awaytie The 22-year-old from Chennai with a singles worldranking of 276 was lifted shoulder high by all his teammembers after his superb show and the entire team made a lapof the stadium with the Indian tricolor The resounding victory for India also signaled the end ofAnand Amritraj’s three-year reign as the team captain as hewill be replaced by Mahesh Bhupathi for the second round tieagainst Uzbekistan India had taken a 2-0 lead on the first day when YukiBhambri and Ramkumar clinched their singles rubbers againstTearney and Statham respectively New Zealand clinched the doubles rubber yesterday whenArtem Sitak and Michael Venus got the better of Indian veteranLeander Paes and Vishnu Vardhan Ramkumar clinched a closely fought 51-minute first setand Tearney’s game went to pieces thereafter as the Indianseized on the opportunities and ran away with the second andthird sets The 22-year-old Chennai-born 276-ranked Ramkumar fired 12aces but also committed nine double faults as compared toTearney’s 16 The Kiwi player committed a staggering 10 double faults in the opening set including three in the 12th game in which he was decisively broken by his Indian opponent The 6-foot-2-inch tall Indian youngster also had to dighimself out of the hole in two service games in which he facedbreak points He saved three in the fifth game in which hecommitted the first of his two double-faults with the help ofhis strong first serve clocked at over 200 kmph Later he saved the fourth in the 11th game with his fifthace to lead 6-5 before Tearney self-destructed when serving to be in the set for the second time by committing three doublefaults including the last one when he was down 15-40 to handover the set on a platter to the Indian The Kiwi kept the Indian guessing on his serve byalternating between following it to the net and stayingbehind but did not have the consistency or power in hisserves to take full advantage of this hustling tactic Ramkumar put only 51 per cent of his first serve in butwon 85 per cent points with it as against 82 per cent of hisrival’s Both had four break points apiece and the Indian managed to convert one while Tearney failed with all of his Ramkumar in spite of committing five double faultsincluding three in the third game which he held after saving abreak point raced away with the second set by breaking hiserror-filled rival’s serve twice – in the fourth and sixthgames In fact the Chennai-born player was lucky that his rivalcould not convert his mistakes into an advantageous position The first break was secured by Ramkumar soon after hemade his escape with the help of two unforced errors fromTearney and a net-cord point in his favour as the Kiwi’sforehand drive-volley hit the tape and went out to provide theIndian with three break point chances Tearney dropped serveby burying his backhand into the net The plethora of double faults cost the Kiwi his nextservice game as the Indian took a commanding 5-1 lead and thenserved out the set in style by acing his rival on the last twopoints The second set lasted just 31 minutes Ramkumar by now playing with increased dominance andcommitting fewer errors then surged to victory by clinchingthe third set without dropping a game In fact so dominant was the Indian that he came up withsome excellent lobs too in the end in the fifth game which the Kiwi lost after five deuces Serving for the match and the tie Ramkumar pounded hisserves in with power and put in his last ace to go 40-0 upbefore winning the match when his rival hit a backhand over the baseline to usher in celebrations in the Indian campsupported by a vociferous crowd He was lifted shoulder high by all his team members afterhis superb show as the entire team ran a victory lap For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRio de Janeiro: Defending champions Andy Murray and Serena Williams as well as 2008 winner Rafael Nadal defied high winds and controversy over court conditions to breeze into the second round of the Olympic tennis tournament on Sunday Wimbledon champion Murray the second seed clinched an eighth win in eight meetings against Serbia’s Viktor Troicki 6-3 6-2 Murray playing for the first time since securing his second career All England Club title next faces Argentina’s Juan Monaco one of his closest friends on tour Andy Murray in action at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro AP "I was a little bit nervous at the start I haven’t played on a hard court for a while and the conditions weren’t easy" said 29-year-old Murray Nadal playing his first match in two months made the second round with a comfortable 6-2 6-1 win over Federico Delbonis of Argentina The 30-year-old Spaniard sidelined by a left wrist injury since the French Open set up a clash with Italian veteran Andreas Seppi who he has beaten eight times in nine meetings But the 14-time major winner was unhappy with the state of the video screen lighting on Court One claiming he couldn’t see the ball "The screen was in the middle of the arena and when my opponent hit the ball in this region I couldn’t see it" said Nadal who missed the London Games with a knee injury "We can’t play like that it is the reality" Williams the 34-year-old world number one can take her gold medal count to six if she repeats as Olympic singles and doubles champion She had the perfect start defeating Australia’s Daria Gavrilova 6-4 6-2 Williams sporting a patriotic Stars and Stripes hairband on centre court will face either Sweden’s Johanna Larsson or Alize Cornet of France She will be hoping it is Larsson as Frenchwoman Cornet famously defeated her three times in 2014 including at Wimbledon Play ‘almost impossible’ Winds of up to 25km/h (15mph) caused havoc with tempers as well as with the second day schedule Matches on outside courts were delayed by between 90 minutes and two hours as gusts buffeted the Barra complex "It was really intense I think my last Olympic final four years ago was really windy too" said Williams "Today they couldn’t start the matches on the outside courts I was a little nervous about that so I was happy to get through" Serena also confirmed that she and sister Venus will play doubles later in the day The 36-year-old Venus was knocked out of the singles on Saturday with her US team saying she was suffering from a virus German second seed Angelique Kerber who defeated Serena to win the Australian Open in January hit back from 2-5 down in the second set to defeat Mariana Duque-Marino of Colombia 6-3 7-5 Kerber next faces Canada’s Eugenie Bouchard Play opened as scheduled on centre court where German entertainer Dustin Brown made a tearful injury-enforced exit Brown playing with his flowing dreadlocks tucked inside a white rasta beanie hat retired in the second set of his clash with home hope Thomaz Bellucci after turning his left ankle in a nasty-looking fall World number 86 Brown who dumped Nadal out of Wimbledon in 2015 took an injury time-out to have his ankle strapped but quit in tears moments later Brown had won the first set 6-4 but was down 4-5 in the second when he called it quits "It was almost impossible" said 28-year-old Bellucci "I don’t know how they allowed us to play like this The wind was so fast and the match became ugly" Later Sunday top seed Novak Djokovic gets his campaign underway when he faces Argentine giant Juan Martin del Potro the 2009 US Open champion Del Potro endured a nightmare build-up to the centre court showdown when he was stranded in a broken down elevator at the athletes’ village for 40 minutes I was at shooting at the time, Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Entertainment News.

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