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  2. MELBOURNE: Maria Sharapova's faltering career hit a fresh low Tuesday when the five-time Grand Slam champion was turfed out in the first round of the Australian Open in straight sets. The 32-year-old former world number one carried a haunted look at times in a 3-6, 4-6 defeat to Croatia's 19th-seeded Donna Vekic. There were flashes of the form that helped make Sharapova one of the most marketable women in sport, the 145th-ranked Russian coming back from 5-1 down in the first set. But Sharapova, who was banned for 15 months for failing a drugs test at the 2016 Australian Open, succumbed in the first set in 36 minutes. Playing on the centre court Rod Laver Arena — a sign of Sharapova's enduring pulling power — she broke to go 3-1 up in the second set. But Vekic broke back twice and sealed victory on the second match point when Sharapova fired wildly wide. Sharapova was given a wildcard into Melbourne, where she won the title in 2008, and has struggled badly for form and fitness since returning from the ban for taking meldonium. She missed large chunks of last year with a shoulder injury and has seen her ranking plummet. The Russian, who last lost in the Melbourne first round in 2010, has now slumped to opening defeats at three Grand Slam tournaments in a row.
  3. Bowling great Wasim Akram has extended his support to the Australian bushfires crisis and said that he would like to participate in the Big Bushfire Bash, which aims to collect funds for the ongoing calamity, according to Australian Associated Press (AAP). The 53-year-old, as of yet, has not been approached by the organisers of the event, which is scheduled for February 8, but said that he would like to be "involved in any way" to help. "I would love to be involved in any way I can to raise funds or to help the people in Australia," Akram told AAP. Even before I was married to an Australian, Australia has always been very close to my heart. I feel for Australia. Thank God there was rain in the last couple of days and hopefully, that will help. "The devastation the Australians have been through ... my heart goes out to them," he said Australian greats Ricky Ponting and Shane Warne will be the captains of the two sides. The duo is looking to recruit big names from various industries, namely sports, entertainment and music to partake in the fundraiser. According to sources, names such as Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar and MS Dhoni are likely on board. Meanwhile, Aussie coach Justin Langer and other former players such as Adam Gilchrist, Brett Lee, Shane Watson, Alex Blackwell and Michael Clarke have confirmed their participation for the match.
  4. LAHORE: With one month to go before Pakistan Super League (PSL) returns to Pakistani grounds, the PCB has announced ticket prices and purchase details. For the first time in its young history, all 34 matches of the PSL will be played across four Pakistan venues with Karachi to stage nine matches, Lahore 14 matches, Multan three matches and Rawalpindi eight matches from 20th February to 22nd March, 2020. The first batch of tickets will be available for purchase starting 8 PM tonight through www.yayvo.com. General sale of tickets will commence on Tuesday, 28th January through dedicated TCS Express Centres across 38 cities of the country. Each customer can purchase up to seven tickets per match on one national ID card. Keeping in line with the league’s vision to further enhance fan experience this year, a dedicated 24/7 TCS helpline will provide support to the customers throughout the ticketing process. For the 20th February grand opening ceremony and opening match in Karachi, tickets have been priced between Rs1,000 to Rs6,000. Ticket price range for the final match in Lahore scheduled for 22nd March will be between Rs500 to Rs5,000. For the 17th March Qualifier in Karachi, the minimum denomination of the ticket is Rs500 which goes up to Rs4,000, while minimum ticket price for the two Eliminators that will take place in Lahore on 18th and 20th March, has been set at Rs500 with the most expensive ticket locked at Rs4,000.
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  6. South Africa coach Mark Boucher said on Sunday he needed to take responsibility for what is heading to be a humiliating defeat in the third Test against England at St George's Park. England captain Joe Root produced a Test-best bowling performance, taking four for 31 as South Africa ended the fourth day still 188 runs short of avoiding an innings defeat with only four wickets left. They finished a day marked by a largely woeful batting performance on 102 for six after being forced to follow on. England now seem assured of taking an unbeatable 2-1 series lead into the final Test starting in Johannesburg on Friday. "It's very disappointing," said Boucher. "Ultimately I've got to take responsibility for the performance of the team -- how do I mentally and physically upskill these guys in a short period of time to make them better players?" Responding to comments that South African cricket was at its lowest ebb since unity in 1991, Boucher responded: "That's a big call. Everyone's entitled to their opinions. "I've been in teams where we've been pretty low as well. Yes, we're in a bad situation in this particular game but we're not out of the series yet. I have to find a way to get the guys ready for tomorrow and for the last Test match as well. With speculation mounting about the future of captain Faf du Plessis, who has been out of form in recent months, Boucher tacitly admitted that the player was struggling. "His state of mind is going to be a lot better when he scores runs." Du Plessis top-scored with 36 in the second innings. "We all know he's under pressure from the media and from a confidence point of view so the positive for me today is that he actually got out there today and gave himself a chance," said Boucher. "He looked like he had some rhythm in a really tough situation. I'm sure he'll take a lot of confidence from the fact that he faced quite a few balls and got to spend some time in the middle." Wrapped Up Like A Mummy When Du Plessis was sixth out with the total on 73 South Africa were in danger of suffering their worst defeat against England but Vernon Philander and Keshav Maharaj survived until the close to reduce the margin below the record of an innings and 202 runs suffered in South Africa's first season of Test cricket in 1888/89. England dominated the day despite a second lengthy rain break in two days. They needed only 28 balls to dismiss South Africa's last four batsmen for the addition of a single run at the start of play, with Stuart Broad picking up three of the wickets without conceding a run. South Africa were all out for 209 and Root immediately enforced the follow-on. Rain early in South Africa's second innings threatened to thwart England's push for victory but fast bowler Mark Wood struck twice when play resumed more than three hours later. Wood used his extreme pace to send Dean Elgar's off stump flying out of the ground before he had Zubayr Hamza feeling for a ball outside his leg stump to present a catch to wicketkeeper Jos Buttler. "I love it," Wood said of his return to Test cricket after almost a year out of the side and his first match of any type since being injured in the World Cup final last July. I'm wrapped up like a mummy in my left leg," he said of the strapping aimed at preventing further injuries. "Bowling Elgar was a great feeling." Root took the next four wickets, bowling from the same end from where fellow off-spinner Dom Bess took five wickets in the first innings. "He bowled himself at the right end, didn't he?," joked Wood. "He does get key wickets when he bowls and he's been working at it in the nets. At practice he's been doing a lot more bowling."
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  8. LOS ANGELES: Conor McGregor marked a triumphant return to the UFC octagon on Saturday, after demolishing Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone for a technical knockout victory in just 40 seconds. The mixed martial arts superstar from Ireland — returning to the Ultimate Fighting Championship for the first time since he was battered into submission by arch-rival Khabib Nurmagomedov in October 2018 — overpowered his American foe without ever being tested. After missing with a first punch, McGregor immediately bloodied a clinching Cerrone's nose with an upward shoulder strike — quickly followed by another. As soon as Cerrone stepped back, McGregor caught him on the jaw with a high kick, then buried him under a hail of punches. Referee Herb Dean stepped in to call a halt to the welterweight bout 40 seconds into the first round at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. McGregor took his record to 22-4 with his first UFC victory since 2016, when he stopped Eddie Alvarez in a lightweight title fight to become the first fighter in UFC history to hold two championship belts at the same time. That triumph was followed by a loss to boxing great Floyd Mayweather in a cross-combat superfight in 2017, his loss to Nurmagomedov, announcements of retirements and returns to fighting and brushes with authorities outside the octagon. He pleaded guilty to hitting a man in a bar in Ireland and was accused of smashing a fan's phone in Florida. The New York Times reported he is the subject of two alleged sexual assault investigations in Ireland. Nevertheless, he remains the most popular fighter in UFC history, and his return brought out stars including British heavyweight Tyson Fury and New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady for the sold-out show. In Cerrone McGregor faced an experienced veteran whose 36 wins included the most knockouts (20) in UFC. Although there was no title at stake, McGregor said the outcome was a harbinger of things to come. I like this (welterweight) division," he said. "I feel really good. I came out of here unscathed. I've got work to do to get back to where I was. And while the UFC has stripped him of titles before, McGregor noted they can never take away the fact that he has posted knockouts in three divisions — featherweight, lightweight and welterweight. Etch my name in the history books one more time," he said.
  9. The upcoming tour of Pakistan will see five members of Bangladesh's coaching staff absent from the tour, ESPNCricinfo reported. The Bangladesh Cricket Board’s (BCB) Operations Chairman Akram Khan, batting coach Neil McKenzie and fielding coach Ryan Cook had withdrawn from the series whereas, the board decided to pass up spin coach Daniel Vettori for the short series. Furthermore, team analyst Shrinivaas Chandrasekaran will not be part of the upcoming series due to his Indian nationality while strength and conditioning coach Mario Villavarayan will also be absent on account of a fractured hand. Therefore, a downsized Bangladesh camp comprising head coach Russell Domingo and physio Julian Calefato will travel to Pakistan. The BCB is currently in the works of recruiting Ottis Gibson as bowling coach however, if the Barbadian refuses, the board is most likely to recruit Champaka Ramanayake who is part of the BCB’s development programme. Earlier this week Bangladesh's wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim said he would not be travelling to Pakistan for the forthcoming series. Read more: Mushfiqur Rahim declines to visit Pakistan for forthcoming series Bangladesh are scheduled to play three T20 internationals, two Tests and one one-day international (ODI) in Pakistan between January and April. The Tigers will play three T20Is in Lahore from January 24-27. Bangladesh will return to Pakistan for the first World Test Championship (WTC) fixture, which is to be held from February 7-11 in Rawalpindi. After the conclusion of the Pakistan Super League Bangladesh will play an ODI in Karachi on April 3 as well as the second WTC fixture from April 5-9.
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