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1. Amelie Mauresmo, who won the Wimbledon. Tennis Women's Singles Title 2006, is from which country?


2. Which of the following won the Sony Ericsson Tennis Championship men's title?


3. Ranji Trophy is associated with


4. Saina Nehwal is related with which among the following sports?


5. Which game is Ian Thorpe associated with



6. Which one of the following is full form of ICC?


7. Which city hosted the First Afro-Asian games?


8. Which among the following is not among the venues for the ICC Twenty-20 World Cup to be held in 2007 in South Africa?


9. Who was the first Test centurion in Indian Cricket?


10. Who broke Pete Sampras's record of maximum Grand Slams in tennis ?


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