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Zhang: Woods’ presence can boost game in China by a decade

Chinese number one Zhang Lian-wei believes the presence of Tiger Woods at this week's HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai will advance the spread of golf in China by a decade.

Out to end lean spell

Chinese golf star Zhang Lian-wei is hoping a new driver will help him snap a title drought stretching back nearly two years at the Crowne Plaza Open which begins here today.

Asian women winning golf’s battle of the sexes

Another golf tournament, another victory for an Asian woman. Jennifer Rosales added her name last week to the ever-lengthening list of female golfers from Asia to make a mark in the United States.

Beckham vanishes in Teheran

Mystery is afoot after Iran scrapped billboards featuring David Beckham, interrupting his reign as the first foreign celebrity advertiser since the 1979 Islamic revolution.

Japanese players steal the thunder from Becks

David Beckham may be the most celebrated athlete on the planet following his mega transfer deal with Real Madrid, but in Japan the visiting footballer is overshadowed by homegrown heroes of baseball and sumo, let alone the beautiful game.

Nakata a much-wanted man now

Parma's boss has acknowleged that Japanese star Hidetoshi Nakata is being sought after by many other clubs but he remains a key player for the Italian Serie A side, it was reported Wednesday.

Wang Nan beats teammate for third consecutive singles title

It was raining gold for China at the table tennis world championships with Wang Nan lifting the women#8217;s singles and the Wang Liqin-Yen Sen combination taking the men#8217;s doubles.

Boll falls to teenager

The shock second round victory by unheralded Chinese teenager Qiu Yike over Germany#8217;s world number one Timo Boll has considerably strengthened China#8217;s chances of dominating the 47th World Table Tennis Championships.

Top seed Boll blitzed by teenager from Sichuan

B>PARIS:/BGerman top seed Timo Boll suffered a shock second round defeat to a little known Chinese teenager at the Table Tennis World Championships in Paris.

Chelsea's Gudjohnsen relishes fight with Iceland-owned Stoke

Chelsea's Eidur Gudjohnsen is relishing the prospect of a Viking battle when Chelsea take on First Division Stoke City in the English FA Cup today.