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England series could be my last says Misbah ul Haq Pakistan Test captain Misbahul Haq has said that he has been considering retirement from Test matches as well, but no final decision has been made yet.According to local media reports Misbah said, “The series against England could be my last, although I haven’t made up my mind fully”.“I want to make my last innings a memorable one with an outstanding performance. The team gave a good performance against Sri Lanka in the last series and I hope that we will be able to display the same form against England,” Misbah added.Misbah further said that the series will be very different for England as the attacking brand of cricket they played against Australia will not help them in the UAE. Pakistan Test team will leave tonight for UAE to play three Test matches against England starting from October 11.Copyright Business Recorder, 2015

India's Khan leads at halfway mark in Taipei TAIPEI: India's Rashid Khan took the halfway lead in the Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Friday with a two-under-par 70, staying one shot ahead of overnight leader Danny Chia of Malaysia. Khan, a two-time Asian Tour winner, carded a six-under-par 138 total after the second round at the Taiwan Golf and Country Club's Tamsui course in Taipei. The 24-year-old had a rough start on the blustery day with a double-bogey on the first hole, but was ...

Australia's players sent back to domestic cricket SYDNEY: Australia's test squad have been sent back to play domestic one-day cricket in order to prepare for next month's series against New Zealand after their tour to Bangladesh was postponed on Thursday due to security concerns.The squad were originally due to leave on Monday but were told to stay back after their government warned of potential security risks.Cricket Australia (CA) sent a delegation to Bangladesh over the weekend to assess the situation and while ...

Breakout Brit Konta says has 'confidence' in game WUHAN: Briton Johanna Konta went to bed happy after losing in the Wuhan Open quarter finals to childhood idol Venus Williams, saying her performance at the tournament had given her "a lot of confidence”.The British number-one-in-waiting began the year ranked 150 but will likely break into the top 50 when the new rankings are released Monday.The 24-year-old has spent the year flitting between the main WTA tour and the lower ITF circuit, entering both the ...

Australia focus on Kiwis with Bangladesh tour down SYDNEY: Australia's new cricket captain Steve Smith on Friday switched focus to New Zealand's upcoming tour as he voiced regret that a two-Test series in Bangladesh had to be called off over terrorism fears."The safety and the security of the players is the biggest concern," Smith told reporters."It's not safe enough for us to travel at this time”. He noted that the Bangladesh tour would have been his first as full-time captain following Michael Clarke's ...

Pakistan beat Zimbabwe in first ODI by 131 runs HARARE: Legspinner Yasir Shah returned career-best figures as Pakistan routed Zimbabwe by 131 runs in the first of three one-day internationals at Harare Sports Club on Thursday.Chasing a target of 260 after a century stand by Mohammad Rizwan and Imad Wasim had rescued the Pakistan innings, Zimbabwe were bowled out for just 128 with Shah recording figures of 6 for 26.The hosts had gained the upper hand in the morning by winning the toss and ...

Serena says withdraws from China Open and WTA Finals WUHAN: World number one Serena Williams announced Thursday her withdrawal from next week's China Open in Beijing and the WTA Finals in Singapore, ending her season."I am taking a proactive step and withdrawing from tournaments in Beijing and Singapore to properly address my health and take the time to heal," the 21-time Grand Slam winner said in a statement.The China Open first tweeted the announcement, but the Women's Tennis Association has not confirmed Williams' withdrawal ...


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