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especially with songs which demand a certain attitude.but the BJP will focus on only 15 of them as the other two ?Zabiuddin Ansari and others, a police officer said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFacing risk of disease Sierra Leone buries mudslide dead | Reuters World Reuters Aug 17 2017 01:31:48 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 17 2017 01:31 AM | Updated Date: Aug 17 2017 01:31 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Rio de Janeiro: Andy Murray became the first player to win two Olympic tennis singles gold medals Sunday and admitted his epic four-set victory over Juan Martin del Potro was one of the toughest matches he has ever played The 29-year-old world number two defeated del Potro 7-5 4-6 6-2 7-5 in a final which lasted over four hours and suffered numerous dramatic shifts in momentum Played out against a background of deafening noise generated by a legion of passionate screaming Argentine fans Murray admitted the final had pushed him to the limit Andy Murray celebrates after winning his match against Juan Martin Del Potro Reuters "It was probably one of the hardest matches I have had to play to win a big final" said the British star who added Rio gold to his 2012 London Olympic title and Grand Slam collection of the 2012 US Open and 2013 and 2016 Wimbledon crowns "This was tough emotionally and physically there were lots of ups and downs "This was much harder to win than London four years ago The final then was more straightforward Tonight anything could have happened" he said "I am very tired We played four hours on a slow court which meant a lot of running It was very humid and I served badly "All of that made the match tougher than it was already But I managed to get the breaks of serve and then served well at the right moments" Murray said he was proud of his achievement especially as it was sealed in a final which featured 15 breaks of serve and ended with both men exhausted and exchanging a lengthy embrace at the net "It’s very hard to win two golds I am proud to be the first but it hasn’t been easy Lots can happen in four years I have had back surgery since I won in London I had tough times on court" With two golds in the bag Murray refused to entertain thoughts of a third gold at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo "I will be 33 in four years time I don’t know if I will still be playing at the same level then I am happy to still be here and still playing" Murray praised del Potro who was on the brink of retirement last year after three wrist surgeries had stalled a career which had promised so much in 2009 when he clinched a shock US Open triumph "For him to be coming back and going through the same problems over and over again to play at big levels and compete against the best in the world is a major credit for him" said the champion "There’s not many players who would have continued to fight as he has but also have the ability to get back to the top of the game He should be very proud of his efforts" Murray now heads to North America to play in Cincinnati before beginning a new assault on the US Open which begins in two weeks’ time Del Potro a bronze medallist in London four years ago was inconsolable weeping as he sat courtside after the final He had defeated world number one Djokovic in the first round and third seed Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals All of that from a player who came into Rio with a world ranking of 141 "When I saw the draw and I was playing Novak I thought that this will be a very short tournament" said the 27-year-old Del Potro praised the Argentine fans dressed in their sky blue of their national football team as well as Brazilian spectators who are never traditionally that warm to their bitter neighbours "They cheered me and with great respect The fans kept me going and made me cry" Del Potro spent seven hours on court on Saturday and Sunday at the end of a week which started with him getting stuck in an elevator at the Athletes Village for 40 minutes on the morning of his match against Djokovic "Silver is like a gold for me — I will remember this for the rest of my life" South African batting mainstay ABde Villiers feels way too much has been made out of their lossin the first cricket Test against India on a spinning wicketand says there is nothing wrong in the home team changing theconditions to suit its strength Just like India Test captain Virat Kohli De Villiers toosaid that there were no demons in the Mohali pitch "Absolutely Way too much has been made of it (loss inthe first Test) It has been blown out of proportion If youlook at the batting scorecard of both the teams no one hasscored a hundred Both teams struggled on the pitch Bothteams struggled against spin and looked foolish at times" hetold reporters ahead of the second Test starting onSaturday South Africa’s AB de Villiers AP "We came out on the losing side because we did not play acouple of sessions to our full potential and that cost us thegame We could have batted better in the first innings; butunfortunately we didn’t And in India’s second innings we letit slip by 50 to 100 runs We could have done better with theball in hand That’s where we lost the Test match It’s gotnothing to do with the wicket Both teams struggled againstspin — you can read the scorecard and see that" De Villierssaid Stating that pitches in all the remaining three Testmatches will be made to favour the hosts Der Villiers saidthe Proteas have the firepower to counter any conditions "There’s absolutely nothing wrong with home teamschanging the conditions to favour them and to favour theirstrengths Idon’t mind that I feel we’ve got all the firepower to counterthat We showed signs of that in the first Test match but notfor long enough Hopefully in this Test match we’ll find thatrhythm and have more endurance than the opposition" he said "All four of the Test matches will be played in similarconditions no matter where we play If we play India at theWanderers in South Africa and it’s seen as an Indian ground(home match) it will have turn on it We’re expecting turningwickets wherever we go We’ll be prepared for that We’veworked really hard on our game and covered all bases "I don’t think we played poorly in that first Test match? Police said it was later that the men who have been arrested came to know that Abdul Rahim was Fayaz Kagzi.

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