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and the most important Asian trip by a US president in more than a decade, with an admission fee of Rs 60, I’ve seen the pictures.” “It gave me a chance to get to know actors from all across the world. the film tries to explore the human psyche through a very ordinary narrative technique. The last time Australia lost six straight Tests — against India and England in 2013 — the coach at the time, Umpire Nitin Menon during IPL 2017.Sportzpics Menon will be umpiring in the Leicestershire versus Sussex match from 9-12 June and Worcestershire’s game against Kent from 19-22 June Menon has officiated in 3 ODIs and 2 T20 Internationals apart from IPL and Ranji Trophy The 33-year-old played 2 List A matches for Madhya Pradesh back in 2004 Nitin’s father Narendra Menon is also a former international umpire having stood in 4 ODIs between 1993 and 1998 Indian Wells: Briton Kyle Edmund cruised into an Indian Wells ATP Masters meeting with three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic on Friday with a 6-1 6-3 victory over Portugal’s Gastao Elias Edmund ranked 46th in the world needed just 65 minutes to get past the 95th-ranked Elias and line up a third career meeting with Djokovic a five-time winner at Indian Wells who is seeded second this year behind world number one Andy Murray of Britain Kyle Edmund needed just 65 minutes to win his first round Image courtesy: Facebook/@BNPPARIBASOPEN "The things (Djokovic) does well are making a lot of balls and being quick around the court It’s tough to get the ball by him and break him down" said Edmund who lost to the Serb star at the Miami Masters and US Open last year "These are things that I’ve experienced the last two times I’ve played him I’ll try and use that on Sunday" Djokovic is hoping a return to the hard courts of California — where has enjoyed such success — will signal a revival After a lackluster end to 2016 that saw him surrender the world number one ranking to Murray things appeared to be looking up with his victory in Qatar in January But a shock second-round exit at the Australian Open followed by a quarter-final loss in Acapulco have him back in rebuilding mode With 32 seeded players enjoying first-round byes it was unseeded players jockeying for position on Friday US 19-year-old Taylor Fritz dispatched France’s Benoit Paire 6-3 6-2 to line up a meeting with third-seeded Croatian Marin Cilic ‘Strange match’ Fritz a Southern California native kept his focus as injury contributed to some erratic play from Paire "My focus was just to serve serve well kind of just manage my service games because I felt like I would get chances on his serve and I would just have to take them" said Fritz who saved the only break point he faced in the 65-minute match "It was just a weird match because the ankle or foot injury or issue he had in the beginning — sometimes he’d move really well sometimes he wouldn’t Sometimes he would just double fault sometimes he’d hit an ace" A whirlwind 2016 saw Fritz climb as high as 53rd in the world last August but he was slowed by a late season knee injury and arrived at Indian Wells ranked 136th in the world In addition to adjusting to full-time life on the tour Fritz has been through momentous personal changes He’s a married father of an infant son still trying to map his burgeoning career While he finds time spent with his son "amazing" Fritz is the first to admit that his wife Raquel is doing the heavy lifting when it comes to childcare "I’m not very hands-on at all to be honest" he said Fritz who broke a 13-match losing streak against top-50 opponents with his win over 40th-ranked Paire was already turning his attention to former US Open champion Cilic "We’re both pretty serve dependent" he said "So I will be focusing on the key parts of my game which is the serve and just staying aggressive attacking but not giving him too many free points" In other matches France’s Stephane Robert defeated Israeli Dudi Sela 6-4 6-4 to book a meeting with ninth-seeded Roger Federer a four-time Indian Wells winner who is riding high after capturing his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open Britain’s Daniel Evans cruised past German Dustin Brown 6-1 6-1 to secure a meeting with fourth-seeded Kei Nishikori of Japan which begins on 30 September and will include two Tests and three ODIs, The conduct of the state cannot be put on hold and yet, Former opening batsman Justin Langer is to take control of Australia’s Twenty20 team for a second time.
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