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Sportstar, September 27, 2014 Issue
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have witnessed tough times but it’s hard to claim with conviction that they’re experiencing irreversible decline. Their biggest threats are still expected to be Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. For now, the kings are alive and well, writes Priyansh in our cover story. Also: Cricket - Interview with Mithali Raj; Football - Gerrard relishing a return; Chess - The Carlsen consent. Poster: MARIN CILIC


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Sportstar, September 20, 2014 Issue
Serena Williams now has 18 Grand Slam singles titles and there is already talk of her being the greatest women’s tennis player ever. The hunger is intact and the American is game for more writes N. Sudarshan in our cover story. Also: Tennis - Sania Mirza-The hunger for success remains; Football - How important is a manager; Kabaddi - Pro League-A leg up for kabaddi. Poster - BRYAN BROTHERS: MIKE & BOB


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Sportstar, September 13, 2014 Issue
Truth be told, India has few alternatives in Suresh Raina’s position in limited overs cricket. What will be interesting to note, following the dismal failure of the batsmen in the Tests in England, is whether Raina would come back for the longer format later this season, writes Shreedutta Chidananda in our cover story. Also: Cricket: In Brearley’s book, Dhoni doesn’t wash as captain; Football: Harry Maguire has the potential to succeed; Golf: It’s Darshan, again. Poster: P.V.SINDHU


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Sportstar, September 6, 2014 Issue
Club presidents don’t ever wish to weaken their position and one of the best ways to keep fans happy is to sign star players. For supporters intoxicated by the World Cup experience, there’s hardly a better sight than the arrival of a player who has recently set the world alight.Also: Football - The managerial maelstrom; Cricket - When Mithali and history repeated themselves!; Chess: The queen who ruled without a crown. Poster: MO FARAH



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