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Let’s play, 2018

DNMUM404438 | 1/1/2018 | Author : Team dna | WC :1217

The new year promises to be action-packed, and DNA gives you a lowdown on all major sporting events lined up in 2018. Don’t forget to mark your dates

JANUARY
Upto Jan 6 Tennis, Hopman Cup
Upto Jan 7 Tennis, ATP/WTA Brisbane International
Jan 1-6 Tennis, ATP Qatar Open, ATP Maharashtra Open; WTA
Shenzhen and Auckland
Jan 4-8 Cricket, Australia vs England 5th Test
Jan 5-18 Cricket, New Zealand vs Pakistan 5-match ODI series
Jan 5-28: Cricket, South Africa vs India 3-Test series
Jan 7-13 Tennis, ATP/WTA Sydney International and Hobart
Jan 12-14 Golf, Eurasia Cup
Jan 13-Feb 4 Football, African Nations Championship
Jan 13-Feb 3: Cricket, ICC U-19 World Cup
Jan 14-28 Cricket, Australia vs England 5-match ODI series
Jan 15-27 Cricket, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe ODI tri-series
Jan 15-28: Tennis, Australian Open Read full story



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