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March 2018 Sports

  • Ball-tampering row: Australian Captain Steve Smith suspended for one Test match by ICC
    Australia captain Steve Smith was on 25th March handed a one-match suspension and fined 100 percent of his match fee by ICC after he owned up to a ball-tampering conspiracy in South Africa. 

    Smith admitted that he was party to a decision to attempt to change the condition of the ball in order to gain an unfair advantage during the third day's play in the Cape Town Test against South Africa on 24th March.

    Additionally, Australia opener Cameron Bancroft has been fined 75 per cent of his match fee and handed three demerit points for breaching Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the third day's play. 

    ICC Chief Executive David Richardson laid the charge against Smith under Article 2.2.1 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel which prohibits to 'all types of conduct of a serious nature that is contrary to the spirit of the game'. 

    Smith accepted the charge and the proposed sanction of two suspension points which equates to a ban for the next Test match and which will see four demerit points added to his record. 

  • Hockey Punjab have won the 8th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship title 
    Hockey Punjab have won the 8th Hockey India Senior Men National Championship title. In the final in Lucknow on 25th, Punjab team defeated Petroleum Sports Promotion Board. In the Bronze medal match, defending champions Railway Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) defeated Air India Sports Promotion Board 5-3 on penalties after the scores were tied at 1-1 after regulation time. 

  • India Under-16 team won the Jockey Cup International Youth Invitational Football Tournament title 
    India Under-16 team has won the Jockey Cup International Youth Invitational Football Tournament title. In the final in Hong Kong, they defeated the hosts by 4-2. For India, Bekey Oram netted twice in the first half. The other two goals came through Rohit Danu and Lalrokima in the second session. 

    This was India's third consecutive victory in as many days. They had earlier defeated Chinese Taipei, 4-nil and Singapore by 3-1. 

    The team coached by Bibiano Fernandes is presently unbeaten in 22 matches which includes friendly matches against National Youth Teams and International Club and Academy sides. 

    The tournament was an Under-17 event where India fielded their Under-16 national team. They have already qualified for the AFC Under-16 Finals from where the top four teams will make it to the FIFA Under-17 World Cup. 

    The just concluded youth tournament was a part of a series of International exposure tours planned by the All India Football Federation (AIFF) along with the Sports Authority of India (SAI) to provide the best preparation for the squad in their quest to qualify to the next edition of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup. 

  • Rising Shooter Anish Bhanwala wins India's 3rd individual gold in ISSF Junior World Cup
    Rising shooter Anish Bhanwala secured India a third individual gold medal at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney when the 15-year-old finished atop the podium in men's 25-meter rapid fire pistol. 

    Having qualified for the final with the highest score, Bhanwala prevailed over two of his India teammates - Anhad Jawanda and Rajkanwar Singh Sandhu - and three Chinese participants in the medal round. India are now placed second in the overall standings with 15 medals, comprising six gold, three silver and six bronze. India are behind China but ahead of top shooting nations such as Italy and hosts Australia. 

    China secured the gold medal and set a new junior world record with 1733 points, while India's Bhanwala, Jawanda and Adarsh Singh took silver. The bronze medal was awarded to another Indian team comprising Sandhu, Japtyesh Singh Jaspal and Mandeep Singh. 

  • Manu Bhaker, Anmol jointly secured India’s seventh gold medal in ISSF Junior World Cup
    The duo of Manu Bhaker and Anmol secured India's seventh gold medal in the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney on 27th March. 

    The pair won the mixed 10-meter air pistol event with a qualification world record. They finished 5.6 advantage over their closest rivals, China's Liu Jinyao and Li Xue. 

    In the mixed 10 meters air rifle event, Shreya Agrawal and Arjun Babuta completed the podium in third place with 432 points. Elavenil Valarivan and Tejas Krishna Prasad finished 4th. 

  • Steve Smith, David Warner banned for one year, out of IPL; Cameron Bancroft was suspended for nine months
    Steve Smith and David Warner were slapped with a one-year international ban and ousted from this year's IPL, while Cameron Bancroft was suspended for nine months as Cricket Australia cracked the whip on the errant trio on March 28th for its role in the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa. 

    The three players were also banned from Australia's domestic cricket. The lengthy bans on the trio effectively rule them out of the November-December series against India. Virat Kohli's men are scheduled to tour Australia to play four Tests, three One Day Internationals and three Twenty20 International matches. 

    In an extensive statement, Cricket Australia announced the sanctions imposed on the three players, who were ordered to leave for home 27th March midway through the ongoing Test series against South Africa. The cricketers have seven days to appeal against the bans imposed on them. 

    All three players will, however, be permitted to play club cricket to maintain links with the cricket community. 

    In a double blow for Steve Smith and David Warner, the two were barred from this year's IPL. Steve Smith was supposed to captain Rajasthan Royals and David Warner was to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad. Bancroft does not play in the IPL. 

    Australia's chief coach Darren Lehmann has been given a clean chit after preliminary investigations. Tim Paine will captain Australia in the final Test match in Johannesburg with reinforcements in middle-order batsman Glenn Maxwell along with openers Joe Burns and Matt Renshaw scheduled to reach South Africa later on March 28, 2018. 

  • ISSF Junior World Cup: Muskan Bhanwala wins gold medal
    Indian shooter Muskan Bhanwala clinched the gold medal in women's 25m pistol event at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney on 29th March. The 16-year-old Muskan Bhanwala bested China's Qin Sihang and Thailand's Kanyakorn Hirunphoem. 

    The team gold was won by Muskan Bhanwala, Manu Bhaker and Devanshi Rana, adding to India's rich medal haul. 

    India thus upstaged China with 22 medals, including nine gold. India have also five silver and eight bronze medals. 

    Muskan Bhanwala’s medal was India's fourth individual gold in the prestigious tournament. Indian trio of Anantjeet Singh Naruka, Ayush Rudraraju and Gurnilal Singh Garcha bagged the team silver in men's junior skeet with a total of 348. Naruka finished fifth in the individual skeet final. 

  • Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj adjudged 'Sportsperson of the Year'
    Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj was adjudged 'Sportsperson of the Year' while ace shuttlers Kidambi Srikanth and P V Sindhu bagged the best senior male and female athletes at the Telangana Sports Journalists Association annual awards for 2017 in Hyderabad on 31st March. 

    Mithali Raj was not present to receive the award. Her parents received it on her behalf from B V Papa Rao, Advisor to the Telangana government. 

    Former BCCI president N Shivlal Yadav gave away the 'best senior male athlete' award to Srikanth while tennis star Sania Mirza presented the 'best senior female athlete' award to Sindhu. 

    Former Indian cricketer V V S Laxman presented 'best coach of the year' award to Gopichand, who received this award for the second time in a row. 

    Triple Olympian and former national Hockey player N Mukesh Kumar was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement award at the event. 

  • India beat Bangladesh and won the Nidahas Cricket Trophy
    India beat Bangladesh by four wickets to win the Nidahas Cricket Trophy final in Colombo on 18th March. In a nail biting final, the visitors clinched the T20 Tri-series title with Dinesh Karthik's last-ball six. 

    Needing five runs off the last ball, Karthik hit a flat-bat six over extra cover to keep India's T20I record against Bangladesh intact. He was named man of the match for his great knock scoring 29 off just eight balls. 

  • Vidarbha cricket team won Irani Trophy
    In Cricket, Reigning Ranji Trophy champions Vidarbha have lifted their maiden Irani Trophy. On the final day of the match in Nagpur on 18th March, they beat Rest of India by virtue of their massive first innings lead. The hosts had posted a total of 800 in their first innings and then bowled out Rest of India for 390 on the final day on 18th March. Rest of India had resumed the day at their first innings score of 236 for 6. The match was called off at the start of the mandatory overs with Vidarbha scoring 79 for no loss in their second innings. 

  • Juan Martin del Potro beats Roger Federer to bag Indian Wells Masters title
    In Tennis, Juan Martin del Potro ended world number one Roger Federer's 17-match unbeaten run and bagged the Indian Wells Masters title in California on 19th March

    Roger Federer, the 20-time Grand Slam champion, was vying for a record sixth title in California, but it was Juan Martin Del Potro who clinched his maiden ATP Masters 1000 trophy. 

    Juan Martin Del Potro also became the first player to beat Roger Federer this year. The Argentine had claimed a stunning four-set win over Roger Federer at last year's US Open, but the Swiss won their last meeting in Basel a month later. 

  • Yuzvendra Chahal 2nd, Washington Sundar 31st in ICC T20 rankings for bowlers
    In Cricket, Yuzvendra Chahal has jumped 12 positions to the number two spot, while Washington Sundar moved up a phenomenal 151 places to 31st in the latest ICC T-20 Rankings for bowlers. 

    The two Indian spinners made considerable gains after an impressive show in the recently-concluded tri-nation series in Sri Lanka which India won by beating Bangladesh. 

    Leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal now has a career-high of 706 rating points, while off-spinner Washington Sundar, who was named the Man of the Series, has 496 points. Both were part of the five games India played, and picked up eight wickets each. 

    Afghanistan's Rashid Khan is still at the top of the rankings, while New Zealand's Ish Sodhi is third behind Yuzvendra Chahal. 

    Among the batsmen, Shikhar Dhawan, Manish Pandey and Dinesh Karthik, the star of India's win in the Final, made significant gains. 

    Kiwi Colin Munro, however, continues to be at the top, while Aussie Glenn Maxwell is second followed by Pakistan's Babar Azam at third. 

  • Indian shooter Elavenil Valarivan wins gold medal in junior ISSF World Cup in Sydney
    Indian shooter Elavenil Valarivan shattered the world record and claimed the gold medal in 10m women's air rifle event of the season's first junior ISSF World Cup in Sydney on 22nd March

    The 18-year-old shooter, competing in her second World Cup and first final, shot 249.8 in the women's final to claim the top individual honours. Her 631.4 in the qualification was a new world record. 

    Besides her individual podium finish, Elavenil also combined with Shreya Agrawal and Zeena Khitta to claim the team gold medal. 

  • ISSF Junior World Cup: Vivaan Kapoor wins bronze medal
    Continuing Indian shooting team's impressive run in the ISSF junior World Cup at Sydney, Australia, teenager Vivaan Kapoor bagged the trap bronze medal on 23rd March

    The 16-year-old shooter secured bronze with 30 hits out of 40 clays, finishing ahead of Kun-Pi Yang of Chinese Taipei who had 26 hits in the final. In the individual event, Vivaan shot 113 in qualification to qualify as the fifth finalist. 

    India so far have bagged two gold and three bronze medals in the competition and are placed second behind China, who have collected five gold, one silver and three bronze. 

  • Star shuttler PV Sindhu named flag-bearer of Indian contingent for opening ceremony of Commonwealth Games
    Star shuttler PV Sindhu has been named the flag-bearer of the Indian contingent for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast next month. 

    According to sources in the Indian Olympic Association, Rio Olympic silver medallist's rising stature in recent years clinched the issue in her favour for the coveted position. The opening ceremony will be held on 4th April. 

    The World No. 3 is one of the favourites to win the women's singles title in Badminton at Gold Coast. In the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Sindhu bagged a bronze in Women's Singles. 

    Pistol shooter Vijay Kumar was the flag-bearer in last Commonwealth Games. 

  • Pankaj Advani won Asian billiards Championships title
    Pankaj Advani has defended his Asian Billiards Championships title. In the summit clash at Yangon in Myanmar on 24th March, Advani defeated his practice partner B Bhaskar 6-1. With this win, Advani remains the reigning Indian, Asian and world champion in billiards for 2017-18. 

    This is Advani's 11th gold medal at the Asian level of cue sports. His continental billiards title tally has gone up to seven, in addition to the back-to-back Asian Games gold medals in 2006 and 2010, one 6-red snooker title and a snooker team gold. 

    Meanwhile, in Snooker, India's Amee Kamani won the Asian Women's title by blanking her Thai opponent Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan 3-0. 

    After his title win, Advani said, the Asian crown was special as it has come just before the Padma Bhushan ceremony, which is slated for April 2nd. He said he and his sparring partner Bhaskar have brought back both gold and silver to the country and their state, Karnataka. 

  • India’s pistol sensation Manu Bhaker shoots gold medal in ISSF junior World Cup
    India's pistol sensation Manu Bhaker claimed the individual Gold in women's 10 metre Air Pistol event, as well as team gold medal at the ISSF Junior World Cup in Sydney on 24th March. Manu shot 235.9 to finish top of the podium in the individual event. 

    He along with Devanshi Rana and Mahima Agrawal also brought India on top of the team podium. India's Arjun Singh Cheema, Garauv Rana and Anmol Jain pocketed the men's team gold, beating the Chinese team comprising Liu, Wang and Tang - who claimed the silver. Jawanda, Arya and Adarsh Singh the won bronze in the same event. 

    India tasted success in the 10-metre air pistol men's event too with Gaurav Rana winning a silver medal while Anmol Jain grabbed the bronze. 

    Overall, India was second in the standings with 11 medals, including five gold. China led with 13 podium finishes. 

  • International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup: Akhil Sheoran bags fourth Gold for India
    Indian shooter Akhil Sheoran continued the march of India’s young brigade at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun stage in Guadalajara, Mexico, shooting down the Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions (3P) Gold with lots to spare. 

    Sheoran is now the fourth young Indian shooter to have won a first ISSF World Cup medal in the competition after the likes of Shahzar Rizvi, Manu Bhaker, Mehuli Ghosh and Anjum Moudgil had put India on top of the medal standings with their performances over the last week. 

    Sheoran’s Gold was India’s fourth of the competition and makes it almost certain that India would finish on top of the medal tally for the first time in an ISSF World Cup. 

    Akhil shot 455.6 in the final to leave behind Austria’s Bernhard Pickl in second place with 452. In a classy field which included 38-time ISSF medalist and Hungarian Rifle legend Peter Sidi, Rio Olympic Bronze medalist Alexis Reynauld of France and Air Rifle Gold medalist Istvan Peni, also of Hungary besides India’s champion 3P exponent Sanjeev Rajput, Sheoran’s performance in tough conditions belied his age and experience. 

  • India has won the Best Exhibitor Award at ITB - Berlin 
    Internationale Tourismus-Borse (ITB) -Berlin World Tourist Meet was convened at German capital Berlin from 7th to 10th March, 2018. India was represented by Tourism Minister K. J. Alphons along with Ministry officials. An official release said, more than 100 countries participated in the ITB-Berlin meet. 

    India's Incredible India presented a short film named "Yogi of the Racetrack” in the meet. The short film got 3.2 million hits in 60 hours Theory of Everything', starring Eddie Redmayne. 

  • Nepal earn One Day International (ODI) status for first time in their history
    Nepal has gained ODI status for the first time in their history after defeating Papua New Guinea by six wickets in the Cricket World Cup Qualifier play-off in Harare. 

    It was another disappointing batting display from PNG, who have now been bowled out for 200 or fewer in four of their five matches in the competition. The defeat confirms they will lose their ODI status. 

  • India's Manu Bhaker wins Gold at ISSF World Cup
    India's shooting sensation Manu Bhaker won the gold medal in 10 metre Air Pistol Women event at the ISSF World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico. 

    Manu Bhaker shot 237.5 points to bag top honour at the ongoing event. While Alejandra Zavala Vazquez of Mexico bagged Silver, Celine Goberville won Bronze. India's Yashaswini Singh Deswal stood fourth with 196.1 points. 

    India has so far bagged 4 medals - two gold and two bronze at the event. A total of 404 athletes from 50 National Olympic Committees are participating in the in the 12-day competition, which will have 15 medal events including three mixed team events. India has fielded a 33-member squad. 

  • India's Shahzar Rizvi sets world record in 10 meter air pistol event
    On the opening day of the ISSF World Cup at Guadalajara in Mexico, India had a fruitful day as they won three medals which include a gold and two bronze. 

    Shahzar Rizvi clinched the gold medal with a world record score in his maiden ISSF World Cup appearance. 

    The Meerut-based Rizvi shot a world record 242.3 in the 10 metre air pistol event's final to beat reigning Olympic champion Christian Reitz of Germany to win the top prize. 

    The German had a score of 239.7. Pistol ace Jitu Rai won the bronze in the event with a score of 219, as three Indians made it to the finals of the season's first World Cup. 

    Om Prakash Mitharval, the other Indian shooter in the event, finished at creditable fourth position with a score of 198.4 points. 

    Mehuli Ghosh added to India's medal tally as she shot a world junior record 228.4 to win bronze in the women's 10 metre air rifle event. In this women's event too, three Indian shooters progressed to the final. 

    Anjum Moudgil finished at fourth position with 208.6 points, while Apurvi Chandela was seventh in the standings with 144.1 points. 

    Romania’s Laura Georgeta Coman came up with a classy display, leading throughout to win the gold medal with 251.5. 

    National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) president Raninder Singh has lauded the efforts of his shooters. He described it as a stupendous performance particularly from Shahzar as not only did he win gold in his first senior World Cup, but did so with a world record score. 

    He said, Mehuli also needs to be equally nodded as she is still a junior and to come up with a junior world record and a medal on debut at a senior World Cup is no mean feat. 

  • Viswanathan Anand wins Tal Memorial rapid title
    In Chess, Viswanathan Anand has lifted the Tal Memorial rapid trophy in Moscow. The win came after an easy final round draw against Boris Gelfand of Israel. 

    Anand finished with six points out of a possible nine, scoring four wins and four draws. Anand's most crucial victory was against Russia's Alexander Grischuk in the penultimate round that sealed the title for him. The trophy adds to Anand's world rapid title won in Riyadh over two months ago. 

  • Virat Kohli in 2nd and R Ashwin at 6th in ICC Test Rankings
    India captain Virat Kohli and senior batsman Cheteshwar Pujara held their second and sixth positions respectively on the batsmen's list while off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin slipped a notch to be at sixth among bowlers in the latest ICC Test rankings. 

    Australian speedster Mitchell Starc reached a career-best fifth position among bowlers after his 'Player-of-the-match' performance in the Durban Test against South Africa helped his side win by 118 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the four-match series. 

  • Manu Bhaker strikes successive second gold in the ISSF World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico
    Manu Bhaker, shot her way to a second successive gold medal in a mixed team event as India consolidated their position at the top in the ISSF World Cup in Guadalajara, Mexico. 

    Partnering Om Prakash Mitharval, the Indian teenager clinched the 10m air pistol mixed team title, a day after she won the women's 10m air pistol individual gold on what is turning out to be a memorable senior World Cup debut. 

    Also, the duo of Deepak Kumar and Mehuli Ghosh won the country its sixth medal of the competition - a bronze in the 10m air rifle mixed team event. 

    Deepak and Mehuli, competing as India 2, shot 435.1 in the five-team final, finishing behind the Romanian pair of Alin Moldoveanu and Laura-Georgeta Coman who shot 498.4 for silver. 

  • Australia beat England 2-1 to lift 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
    Australia outplayed England 2-1 in the final to lift the 27th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia. Australia took the lead in a tightly contested game when Blake Govers drilled a low shot into the bottom corner from a penalty corner. 

  • Gopi Thonakal retains his title at New Delhi Marathon
    Reigning Asian Champion Gopi Thonakal retained his title at the IDBI Federal Life Insurance New Delhi Marathon in New Delhi on 25th February. In the women's event also, Monika Athare retained her title. Nitendra Singh Rawat was second, while Bahadur Singh Dhoni took the bronze. Around 65 elite Indian athletes took part in the full marathon of 42.195km. 

  • India clinch 11 medals at Strandja Memorial Boxing Tournament
    India have rounded off their engagements with their best ever performance at the 69th Strandja Memorial Boxing Tournament in Bulgaria. 

    At Sofia, on 25th February, the country ended with a whopping 11 medals - five from men and six from women boxers. Overall, the contingent clinched two gold, three silver and six bronze medals. 

    Vikas Krishan, who claimed a gold medal in 75 kg category, was also adjudged the best boxer of the event, a first for an Indian. Another Gold medal was clinched by Amit Panghal in the 49 kg division final, defeating Morocco's Said Mordaji. M C Mary Kom, Seema Poonia and Gaurav Solanki won Silver medal in their respective categories. 

    Meena Kumari Devi, L Sarita Devi, Saweety Boora and Bhagyabati Kachari clinched the Bronze in their categories. 

  • Shooting not scrapped from 2022 CWG: CGF
    Commonwealth Games Federation, CGF said on 27th February, Shooting competition has not been scrapped from the 2022 Commonwealth Games. It also insisted that the sport continues to remain in the optional category. The Commonwealth Games Federation CEO David Grevemberg refuted reports that shooting has been dropped from the Birmingham Games roster on the organisers' request. 

  • Tokyo unveils mascots for 2020 Olympics and Paralympics
    Tokyo on 28th March unveiled its long-awaited mascot for the 2020 Olympic Games: a futuristic blue-checked, doe-eyed character with pointy ears and “special powers” that was picked by schoolchildren across mascot-mad Japan. 

    The mascot, which has yet to be named, was selected by elementary school kids from a shortlist of three competitors instantly recognisable as “made in Japan”. 

    The students picked option “A”, which, according to the Tokyo 2020 organisers, has a “strong sense of justice and is very athletic”. Helpfully, it also has a magical power that enables it “to move anywhere instantaneously”. 

    Its Paralympic counterpart sports pink checks derived from Japan’s famous cherry blossom and is “usually calm, however, it gets very powerful when needed”. Its magic power: “It can talk with stones and the wind. It can also move things by just looking at them”. 

    The pair, which have “opposite personalities” but are “very good friends”, received over 100,000 votes—more than the other two design sets combined. Mascots are massive in Japan, the land of Hello Kitty and Pokemon, and there are literally thousands representing everything from small communities to prisons. 

    Known locally as “yuru-kyara” or “laid-back characters”, mascots can also be major money-spinners. 

    The pot-bellied, red-cheeked bear known as Kumamon—created in 2010 to promote Japan’s southern Kumamoto region—raked in $8.8 million last year for local businesses selling branded products. 

    The Tokyo 2020 mascot will hope to replicate the success of Soohorang, the cuddly stuffed tiger from the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang handed out to athletes on the podium. More than 100,000 stuffed dolls (Soohorang and Paralympic mascot Banbdabi) were sold over the past year

    The Paralympic mascot, a predominantly blue and green figure whose head was covered with leaves to represent Brazil’s rich vegetation, was named Tom after musician Tom Jobim. Brazil netted $300 million in profits from licensing intellectual property from the 2016 Games, according to the International Olympic Committee (IOC). 

    Organisers turned to children to select the 2020 mascot, hoping to avoid a repeat of the bungled roll-out of the official Olympic logo, which ended up having to be scrapped following accusations of plagiarism. Designer Ryo Taniguchi seemed overwhelmed at the decision. 

  • International Olympic Committee lifts ban on Russia
    Russia had over 160 independent athletes in Pyeongchang, which Russian Olympic Committee President Alexander Zhukov was grateful for. 

    Russia's ban from the Olympics has reportedly been lifted by the International Olympic Committee. The ban, which initially resulted from the McClaren Report in 2015, which exposed a massive state-run doping operation, prohibited Russia from marching under its own flag and being awarded medals as a country in the 2018 Winter Olympics. 

    Instead, Russian athletes participated as "Olympic Athletes from Russia." and competed under the Olympic flag. The OAR finished with 17 medals, two gold, none of which will count toward Russia's medal count. 

    The International Olympic Committee gave Russia every opportunity to compete in Pyeongchang. After the massive doping scandal in 2014's Sochi Games got Russia banned from the 2016 Paralympics, it was given a set of probationary measures. One of those measures was to admit that there was a state-wide doping scandal, which Russia did refuse to admit. 

  • India beat Pakistan to win Snooker Team World Cup
    India have won the inaugural IBSF Snooker Team World Cup title. The Indian combine of Pankaj Advani and Manan Chandra defeated Pakistan in the best-of-five final played in Doha
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