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Viewers to get a triple treat on Ten Sports this weekend

16-September-2006
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Viewers to get a triple treat on Ten Sports this weekend

Sports lovers will have more than one reason to watch Ten Sports this weekend. The channel has lined up an action-packed weekend with the finals of the men’s Hockey World Cup, round 14 of the Moto GP and the Sunfeast Open Tennis tournament.

The finals of the Men’s Hockey World Cup will be telecast from 6.45 pm on Sunday (September 17) after the semi-finals on Friday evening between the winners of the Australia-Korea match and Germany-Spain match.

India’s performance has been disappointing at the Hockey World Cup, they will be battling for the 9th to 12th places of the draw. India play Argentina at 3.15 pm before going on to face either South Africa or Japan on Sunday (September 17) at 2.00 pm.

The channel will also telecast live round 14 of the 2006 MotoGP series to be held in Australia this weekend. The race will be telecast on Sunday at 7.15 pm.

Ten Sports will also present an exclusive coverage of the Sunfeast Open Tennis Tournament, which is going to start from September 18. All eyes will be on Sania Mirza who has had an average year so far and will be looking for her first singles title of the year.

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