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More about Wen Jiabao in my next column [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIt’s been a few days since we were introduced to the inspiring journey of a group of girls from Jharkand who have risen above their less advantaged backgrounds through football training imparted by the NGO YUWA YUWA powered by Lenovo and supported by Ranbir Kapoor aided the girls in reaching the Donosti Cup in Spain — the largest football youth tournament in the world The girls stepped onto a flight for the first time in their lives travelled several hundred miles and got ready to compete against teams from 35 other countries in the 25th edition of the Donosti Cup Their journey has been chronicled in the web series Girls With Goals and Firstpost has been following it every step of the way In the previous episode we witnessed the strength of these girls in the face of a challenge as they readied for the next level of the tourney Now in the new — and final — episode they leave the past behind like their mentor Ranbir tells them "exactly where it belongs": The girls lost their match against TOLOSA CF B from Spain but came out stronger The match was a draw with the daredevils from India losing by just one point in the penalty shoot out That one point could have taken them to the next level in the tournament But in this episode they take the same point as a step into a brighter future The story of these girls has moved far beyond the village in Ranchi from where they hail Football may have transformed their lives but their exploits on the football field have inspired millions of Indians By: Reuters | Melbourne | Updated: January 19 2017 12:21 am Andreas Seppi advanced to a third-round match with Steve Darcis with a 1-6 6-7 (1/7) 6-4 6-2 10-8 win (Source: Reuters) Top News Australia number one Nick Kyrgios blew a two-set lead and failed to convert a fifth-set match point before slumping out of his home grand slam with a 1-6 6-7(1) 6-4 6-2 10-8 defeat at the hands of Andreas Seppi on Wednesday The Italian who blew a similar lead to Kyrgios on the same court in the fourth round two years ago saved the match point with a sizzling forehand down the line and his 16th ace sealed the upset of the 14th seed after a three-hour thriller “Maybe it was meant to be” said Seppi “I couldn’t find my rhythm at the start but I kept fighting and I played very well in the important moments in the end” Kyrgios returning to tennis at the Australian Open after a ban – for not trying at the Shanghai Masters – ended his 2016 season could only rue a big chance blown “It’s obviously disappointing But it was ultimately a pretty fun match He’s a great guy and he deserved it so… I’m not going to beat myself up about it” said Kyrgios “I’m disappointed I’m okay Like I’m all right You know the world keeps spinning I lost one match” Looking fit determined and committed the 21-year-old had appeared to be coasting to victory in the third set of his contest on Hisense Arena A warning for swearing had been the only reminder of the more controversial side of the Australian’s character until Seppi broke his serve with a sizzling forehand return to take a 5-4 lead Kyrgios tossed his racket into the air as he walked back to slump into his chair disconsolate the confidence and focus he had shown in the first 90 minutes of the contest gone World number 89 Seppi took full advantage holding comfortably to take the third set before unleashing his silky strokes from the back of the court to race away with the fourth in 25 minutes Roared on by a crowd that had long ago shed any pretence of neutrality Kyrgios grabbed three break points in the eighth game of the decider only for Seppi to save them all Kyrgios was now looking tired keeping his movement at the back of the court to a minimum and relying on his shots including one “tweener” to stay in the match The 32-year-old pounced to break for 6-5 and while Kyrgios took advantage of some nerves to strike straight back that only delayed his misery for a few more thrilling games before Seppi secured a third-round meeting with Belgian Steve Darcis Kyrgios said a knee injury had bothered him during match and he had learned a valuable lesson about working on his conditioning in the off-season “It’s on me” he said “Did a couple things in the off-season that I’m probably not going to do next time My body’s not in good enough shape You live and you learn “Maybe (I should) not play as much basketball Actually take my pre-season seriously” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Dwivedi | Published: September 1 2010 11:52 pm Related News The ICC under-19 World Cup makes even the most cynical of cricket reporters gush with optimism Spotting a future star in a sea of fresh faces has all the adventure of a treasure hunt Theories offer no help in the search andstillsomehowI end up stalking Pakistanthe country where kids hurl the cricket ball at 140 kph while in their teenshoping to glimpse a truly great pacer early I have seen countless boys in green with intimidating speedbreathtaking swingincisive seam movement and a predicted bright future But in the last three yearswithout exceptionnone of the Pakistan pacers with bagfuls of wickets at the U-19 WC graduated to the senior level The queue of pacers outside the national team is soso long The spot-fixing scandaland the heart-breaking discovery that wonder kid Amir Mohammad is involvedreminds me of several interactions with young Pakistan pacers who learn early that they arent indispensable Their hard reality: making the most of the few rare opportunities they get And sometimes making the most means crossing the line To some extent that helps one answer the mind-numbing question: Why the hell did Amir do it Common to all young Pakistan pacers is the lack of that swagger thats the calling card of all pacersregardless of speed or age Insecurityjealously and ruthless competitiveness is another noticeable trait When your new-ball partnerthe first-change quick and the two speedsters on the bench are as sharp and skilful as youanxiety about your place is a 24×7 problem Add to that your impressionable agelack of education and any adolescent minds ambiguity about right or wrongand you could overstep the line I first met Amir at the 2008 U-19 WC Pakistan coach Mansoor Rana introduced me to a meek and weak-looking pacer with a hospital tag around his wrist Within days of landing in MalaysiaAmir was diagnosed with dengueand confined to bed After a limp handshakeAmir said he was too tired and disillusioned to talk These matches were on TVthis was my best chance to get noticed I was in terrific form and would have had plenty of wickets?
even though they are equipped with state of the art technology.