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  • Christoper, Lavinia win Bukit Asam Tennis Open

    Christoper Rungkat won the men's single title at the Bukit Asam Tennis Open Indonesia Master Series on Sunday after defeating David Agung 7-5, 6-1 in the final.

  • Rossi clinches Moto GP title

    Valentino Rossi has clinched a seventh world title in Moto GP premier class by finishing third in Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

  • Aoyama wins Malaysian 250cc GP, Simon takes 125cc

    Japan's Hiroshi Aoyama celebrated his 28th birthday in style Sunday by winning the 250cc race at the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix, moving to the brink of inching the championship.

  • Ducati still pins hopes on Stoner, Hayden for 2010

    Ducati, the European team that broke the Japanese domination of the Motorcycle Grand Prix in 2007, continues to pin its hopes on Casey Stoner and Nicky Hayden for next season, despite hardships this year.
  • Inter Milan beats Catania 2-1 to go top in Serie A

    Sulley Muntari and Wesley Sneijder scored as Inter Milan beat Catania 2-1 to reclaim top spot in the Serie A after Sampdoria had defeated Bologna 4-1 on Saturday to briefly lead the standings.

  • Lampard scores twice in 5-0 Chelsea win vs. Rovers

    Frank Lampard scored twice Saturday to lead Chelsea to a record 5-0 win over Blackburn and first place in the Premier League.

  • Tottenham, Villa miss chances to close on top

    Tottenham, Aston Villa and Sunderland all missed good chances to close on the leading teams at the top of the Premier League on Saturday.

  • Chris John infected with dengue

    World Boxing Association featherweight champion Chris John has his unbeaten run finally ended – by dengue fever.

  • Rossi takes pole for Malaysian GP in title chase

    Valentino Rossi, chasing a seventh world title in the premier class, will start the Malaysian Motorcyce Grand Prix from pole position after setting a new qualifying record Saturday.

  • Hayden realistic about Sepang race

    Given his previous performances, Ducati Team rider Nicky Hayden is staying realistic about his chances at the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix on Sunday.

  • Top seeds Ayu and Sunu stumble at Bukit Asam event

    The Bukit Asam Open tennis tournament saw top seeds fall out of the competition in Palembang, South Sumatra, on Friday.

  • Barclays sponsors Premier League for 3 more years

    Barclays PLC has agreed to pay 82.25 million pounds (US$134.5 million) to sponsor England's Premier League for another three years from next season.

  • Liverpool versus United: It will be war

    Don't let Liverpool's form fool you.

  • KONI keen to build better ties with new minister

    The National Sports Council (KONI) expects better future cooperation with the state ministry for sports and youth affairs, after Andi Alfian Mallarangeng was named the new minister.

  • Jessy eliminated from Bukit Asam Open

    PALEMBANG: Third seed Jessy Rompies lost to veteran Romana Tejakusuma 6-4, 6-2 in the women's quarterfinals of the Bukit Asam Open in Palembang on Thursday

  • Struggling Liverpool needs win over United

    Even with seven months of the season to go, Liverpool's clash with Manchester United is being billed as make-or-break for the Reds' Premier League title hopes.

  • Extra young guns boost Indonesian squad to 341

    With the National Sports Council (KONI) allowing sports associations to send extra athletes at their own expense, the Indonesian contingent for the upcoming Southeast Asian (SEA) Games has swelled from 250 to 341 athletes.
  • Top seeds through at Bukit Asam Open

    PALEMBANG: National players, who are going to the upcoming SEA Games, were still too strong for their opponents at the Bukit Asam Open tennis tournament on Wednesday.
  • Big Match

  • Bukit Asam Tennis Open begins

    Eighty-two tennis players from 12 provinces are competing in Bukit Asam Tennis Open tournament, which takes place from Wednesday to Sunday in Palembang.

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