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[email protected] For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Sydney | Updated: May 30 2015 11:37 am The Saina-Shixian rivalry is now a dozen-matches old the two tied at 6 matches apiece (Source: AP) Related News Shixian Wang dismantled Saina Nehwal’s game in just over 40 minutes to pack her out of the Australian Open denying the Indian a title defense after a tame 21-15 21-13 exit in the quarterfinals at Sydney The World No1 never really found her bearings against the former top-ranked Chinese who moved fluidly and prevailed in the longer rallies against the Indian who looked off-colour in mounting a counter At 14-all in the opening set Nehwal had a chance to reverse the momentum but found Shixian’s awkward lengths a tad too uncomfortable as she conceded points in a bunch Six straight points in short rallies gave the Chinese the first set lead as Nehwal’s unforced errors ballooned up The Indian seemed to have flattened out in her resistance as Shixian managed to end up as the only Chinese of the top-three to advance to the semis with both Xuerui Li and Yihan Wang exiting For the Indian who picked the first-ever Australian Super Series crown last season the comeback ought to have begun at 9-8 in the second set Nehwal chased down shuttles on both flanks at the net corners and kept them in play for a rally that spanned over 30 exchanges It was the sort of point that makes or breaks a challenge and when she hit it long at the end of some speedy scurrying it was the beginning of the end of Nehwal’s challenge Shixian would again collect five straight points in a row after grabbing the lead on either side of the changeover and then race to victory increasing the tempo of the game before Nehwal could even piece her plan together The Saina-Shixian rivalry is now a dozen-matches old the two tied at 6 matches apiece The Indian has played 12 matches — the most — with two other opponents Bae Yeon Ju and Julianne Schenk However against the similarly resilient Chinese Nehwal has traded wins and losses without either ever asserting their dominance The Chinese though currently ranked 6th — she rallies endlessly not unlike Nehwal — has won 5 of their last 7 exchanges A hop across to Indonesia — Saina Nehwal’s most successful venue over the years — will see her look to salvage big points at the Premier event next week A possible second round clash with PV Sindhu looms ahead though Nehwal would want to go deeper into the draw with all the Top 10 gunning for the points on offer There’s Thai Nichaon Jindapon in the first round and also a probable quarters face off with Shixian on either side of the hyped Saina-Sindhu battle For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bharat Sundaresan | Mumbai | Updated: July 15 2015 3:35 pm on Tuesday CSK’s ‘whistles’ and Rajasthan’s ‘Halla Bols’ were silenced once and for all Related News FOR Indian cricket fans the colour yellow was always a symbol of dread conjuring up grim images of marauding Australians crushing their hopes remorselessly while handing out thumping beatdowns to their beloved team Then in the summer of 2008 MS Dhoni made yellow cool He not only got rid of the trepidation surrounding it the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) skipper made Indian cricket and its fans fall in love with yellow And as the IPL grew from an experiment to an extravaganza the image of Dhoni in yellow became its enduring image and CSK its gold standard If Chennai embraced Dhoni as one of its own in the midst of all the Whistle Podus giving him a cricketing home in India Jaipur went a step further by providing an Australian icon a second fling with superstardom Duly Shane Warne pulled off a sensational heist with a motley crew donning royal-blue to stop Dhoni’s wave of yellow and put Rajasthan on the cricket map Watch video: In the following half-a-dozen years many other teams would lay claim to the IPL crown but in many ways Rajasthan Royals (RR) remained the original trend-setters They remained the original fairytale While the IPL world perennially looked at CSK with awe as Dhoni led his star-studded outfit to final after final — they made six in eight editions — the Royals left them in awe as their rag-tag outfit kept upsetting the apple-cart season after season Despite adopting distinctly contrasting cricketing ideologies in their approach CSK and RR were the defining benchmarks of excellence And it is rather unfortunate that they should owe their ignominious exits to the nefarious activities indulged in by their owners off the field Their sudden egress is sure to tear the IPL asunder For even while those running their affairs from the plush owners’ boxes were flouting the IPL’s code of conduct RR embodied the tournament’s motto of marrying talent and opportunity on the field Theirs was forever the most enthralling table in the auction room and it wasn’t just because Shilpa Shetty was in attendance glamming up the scene But instead it was to see who they were going to pick out of the blue and turn into a star Like they did with a 42-year-old maidaan leg-spinner from suburban Mumbai who had long given up hope of playing at any level above club cricket Pravin Tambe though was only one of the many mavericks that adorned RR colours over the years In contrast to CSK who were always looking to procure a full pack of trump cards the Royals were keenly in pursuit of the joker in the pack Age was never a bar Their non-conformist eccentricities weren’t restricted to their choice of personnel It also showed in their on-field tactics be it their horses for courses selections or reliance on bowlers of the unorthodox kind But throughout they kept IPL audiences on the edge of their seats CSK on the other hand were the ultimate touchstones in terms of how a sporting franchise should be run They had level-headed men at the helm running the show with clockwork precision an inspirational skipper and a seasoned bunch of players following a tried-and-test success plan And they kept winning matches They epitomized consistency They were the only team to make it to the final leg of the tournament in every edition CSK was also the finishing school for Dhoni the finisher With CSK he began redefining the way targets could be chased down — without fuss or stress It’s in yellow that Dhoni really became the cold-blooded assassin of hapless teams trying to defend totals CSK and RR were two teams that every franchise league could do with CSK ala Manchester United the team to beat every season and Rajasthan the IPL’s Everton the underdog that everyone rooted for But on Tuesday CSK’s ‘whistles’ and Rajasthan’s ‘Halla Bols’ were silenced once and for all And as RM Lodha delivered his judgement in black and white the bright yellow and royal blue faded away leaving the IPL shrouded in gloomy grimy grey For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News” The report said 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