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btton backs Vettel to succeed him as F1's new king
Formula One reigning champion Jenson b*tton has backed Sebastian Vettel to succeed him as F1s new king this season. ANI

North in awe having watched iconic Tendulkar score his 14,000th run
Australian batsman Marcus North, who reached 1000 Test runs in the course of his 128 against India at Bangalore, was thrilled to score his ton on the same ground and watch Sachin Tendulkar score 14,000 runs. ANI

Elaborate traffic arrangements ahead of Commonwealth Games closing ceremony
Elaborate arrangements are being introduced here for smooth traffic movement ahead of a marathon race that would be conducted on the city roads on the morning of October 14, the day of the closing ceremony of the XIXth Commonwealth Games. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for September 18, 2010

Dikshit to Delhi citizens: Treat XIXth Commonwealth Games as a national festival
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit today said that the city will sport a festive look during the upcoming Commonwealth Games, and asked people not to panic over the unprecedented security expected for the event to be held from October 3 to 14. ANI

International imports unlikely to play in Australia's 2010-11 Twenty20 Big Bash
This summers Big Bash in Australia will be largely devoid of high-profile international imports, including Kieron Pollard and Chris Gayle - because of other countries conflicting tours and tournaments. ANI

Sheila Dikshit spreads awareness on C'Wealth Games, unveils giant statue of Shera in New Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Saturday interacted with students in the national capital to generate public awareness about upcoming Commonwealth Games here. ANI

Irishman Harrington believes 'hungry' Tiger will show team spirit at Ryder Cup
Irishman Padraig Harrington believes that golf enthusiasts will see a much more hungrier Tiger Woods at this years Ryder Cup. He is also convinced that Woods past troubles will at last result in the world No 1 becoming a team player. ANI

Formula One title fight will go down to the wire:
Current champion Jenson Button believes the Formula One title fight for 2010 will go down to the wire. ANI

Ferdinand, Giggs braced for a world-class performance from Torres
Manchester United centre-half Rio Ferdinand has said that he is expecting a world-class performance from Spanish striker Fernando Torres when Manchester United and Liverpool clash on Sunday. ANI

Manchester City's striker Mario dumped publicly by girlfriend
Manchester Citys striker Mario Balotelli was dumped publicly on live TV when his girlfriend saw the video footage of another woman at his apartment. ANI

Fergie blames Benitez for making footie feud personal
Manchester United coach-cum-manager Sir Alex Ferguson has blamed Inter-Milan chief Rafa Benitez for making their football-related feud personal. ANI

Fergie says Rio Ferdinand will not be Man U captain
Manchester United coach-cum-manager Alex Ferguson has said that center-back Rio Ferdinand will not be the clubs captain for the 2010-11 season. ANI

Indian envoy steps in to avert Oz Commonwealth Games equipment disaster
Indian authorities have finally released Australias Commonwealth Games sporting equipment after it languished in a port for more than ten days. ANI

Former Oz sporting great under investigation for sexual assault
One of Australias greatest sportsmen is being investigated over allegations of sexual assault. ANI

Latif suggests delay in live match telecast to curb 'spot-fixing' menace
Former Pakistan Test captain Rashid Latif, who resigned as the wicket-keeping coach of the National Cricket Academy after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) handed him a notice over his statement on spot-fixing, has suggested a delay in the live broadcast of matches to curb the menace of match-fixing. ANI

Father of Rooney hooker hospitalized after heart attack
Father of Wayne Roneys 1200-pound-a-night hooker Jenny Thompson has been hospitalized after a heart attack. ANI

Ponting says next seven months a huge challenge for Oz team
Skipper Ricky Ponting has said that the next seven months for Australia and himself will be the greatest challenge of his career. ANI

Waqar hoping 'momentum' following Oval win will help Pak clinch ODI series
Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis has called on his team to go on with the momentum and win the ongoing one-day series against England, after their stunning display at The Oval. ANI

Afridi calls on his players to take inspiration from Pak tennis prodigy Aisam
Applauding Pakistan tennis star Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, the countrys ODI and Twenty20 captain Shahid Afridi has called on his team-mates to seek inspiration from the players exploits to make a comeback in the one-day series against England. ANI

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