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chairman Huw Jenkins has said.Swansea have already signed midfielder Leroy Fer defender Mike van der Hoorn and goalkeeper Mark Birighitti but sold forward Alberto Paloschi to Serie A side Atalanta and loaned out striker Bafetimbi Gomis to French club Olympique de Marseille The Welsh side also had a change in ownership with American investors Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan completing the takeover of the club in June “This pre-season has been difficult with the majority of European players returning late from the Euros (Euro 2016) and the timescale involved in the change of club ownership” Jenkins told the club’s website (wwwswanseacitynet) “I think it’s been a frustrating summer so far for everyone but I can assure you that every person connected to this football club has been working non-stop to get the squad right in all areas to start the season “We fully expect to make one or two additions in the next few days” Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi has confirmed Swansea are nearing an agreement with the La Liga club for the signing of striker Fernando Llorente “It has come a long way with Swansea to reach an agreement we expect to hear in the coming days” Mochi told Sevilla’s website (wwwsevillafces) Swansea begin their new season with a trip to Burnley on Aug 13 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSomething odd was happening at the BPGC’s golf course A little boy barely taller than the average golf club was hitting the ball sweetly launching them into the air Among those impressed was a foreigner who immediately made his way over to the boy’s parents to tell them that their boy had a beautiful swing ‘He’s a natural How long has he been playing’ the curious gentleman asked To his surprise he was told that it was the first time the boy had even lifted a golf club The reason he was already playing like a natural was not due to chance Or some sort of beginner’s luck Living next door to the BPGC golf course the boy had grown up watching people play the sport every day It wasn’t long before he got hooked While boys his age watched cricket or European football on television he was glued to the golf channel He even started playing the sport on the PlayStation That’s when his parents decided he should try the real thing Cut to 2017 Krishiv Tekchandani that seven-year-old boy has grown into one of India’s most promising golfers ranked third in the country in his age group File image of Krishiv Tekchandani “Three years after I played golf for the first time I realised I want to do this for a living I had won a few tournaments and people were telling me that I was good at it I like that it’s a very calm game and so I thought why not” Krishiv now 15 years of age tells Firstpost Once he made the decision the practicalities started to reveal themselves Not finding the current golfing infrastructure up to the mark the Tekchandanis realised that he would have to be sent abroad to get the best coaching So he and his mother moved to Dubai where he could get the best training and play in more competitive tournaments Last year he and his mother spent nearly seven to eight months out of India shuttling between Dubai and USA That decision also triggered another unusual decision Krishiv quit his school to join an online school in California called Laurel Springs “Many people in my community would ask me what was going on They would preach about how we Sindhis are great at doing business ‘Why are you letting your son take up sport’ they would ask” Krishiv’s father Lalit says There in Dubai his passion mutated into an obsession almost to the point of becoming all consuming He realised that he if needed to be better at the sport he needed to get fitter Over the last six months he spends up to an hour on golf specific fitness training sessions at least thrice a week Apart from that he does another two-three hours of cardio training be it running or playing badminton or swimming Then there are the mental coaching sessions where the onus is on maintaining your composure irrespective of whether you are winning or losing Chocolates and cakes were also sacrificed at the altar of fitness “The old notion in golf was that you don’t have to be fit to play the sport In today’s time if you look at the golfers who are the top of the sport be it Rory McIlroy or Henrik Stenson all of these guys are really fit” Krishiv’s mother Kajal says Golf is a sport that makes overwhelming demands off families too Krishiv’s father a businessman reckons he spends nearly Rs 50 lakhs a year on his son’s ambition “It’s one of the most expensive sports There’s no two ways about it Every time we go to a new country we set up a new house” says Kajal “Money is not a goal for us I’m from a really poor background So I used to run for my daily bread and butter But my thinking is if my son wants to do this from the bottom of his heart I should do everything in my capacity to make it happen He has some local sponsors people who I know personally but there’s no money coming in from that So all the money is spent by us We don’t like to call it a sacrifice We call it love” Lalit who is a businessman adds Coming from a country where there are only a handful of golf players to look up to the Mumbai boy idolises Rory McIlroy A meeting with the Irish golfer in 2014 left a lasting impact on him “I really like Rory McIlroy He’s been my idol since 2014 when I met him at the DP World Tour in Dubai He was in the middle of a round but still came and shook my hand after a hole Not many golfers do that in the middle of a round Rory was very respectful” Krishiv recollects Now Krishiv has dreams of going pro by the age of 20 Who knows maybe one day he may even find himself competing against McIlroy England pace bowler James Anderson has been ruled out of the team’s Test series in Bangladesh next month after the 34-year-old failed to recover fully from a shoulder injury according to local media reports File photo of James Anderson Getty Images Anderson who is England’s all-time leading test wicket-taker sustained a stress fracture during the home series against Sri Lanka in June though he did play three Tests against Pakistan in July and August England are likely to announce his replacement on Thursday the BBC reported England play three one-day internationals beginning on 7 October followed by tests in Chittagong from 20 October and Dhaka from 28 October before they begin a tour of India which includes five tests with the first starting on 9 November Stop the clock cut off the telephone hold your breath and bring India to a standstill For the first time in Olympic history an Indian woman is on the verge of beating the world for an Olympic gold On Thursdaynight PV Sindhu unleashed a barrage of jump smashes cross-court drops and baseline tosses to demolish her Japanese opponent Nozomi Okuhara in the semi-final of the women’s badminton event at the Rio Olympics Her rare achievement made sure thaton Fridayevening millions of Indians would be glued to their TV sets hoping to see that rare moment when the Tricolour is unfurled and the national anthem is played at the Olympics Sindhu Pusarla celebrates after defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara during her women’s singles semifinal match PTI India last woke up to the sound ofJana Mana Ganaeight years ago at the Beijing Olympics when Abhinav Bindra became the first Indian to win an individual gold If Sindhu beats her Spanish rival Carolina Marin she would become the first Indian woman to win gold at the Olympics On Thursdaynight playing against Okuhara she raced off the starting blocks establishing an early 7-4 lead in the first game "Jump and smash" her coach and mentor P Gopichand kept instructing her from the corner And this is exactly what Sindhu kept doing relentlessly targeting Okuhara’s body and far forehand corner till she threw in the towel At 179 cm Sindhu is taller than most of her opponents Her ability to leap high in the air and slap the bird almost like a volleyball player with her forehand from the middle court and sometimes from the baseline makes her a formidable opponent On her day when Sindhu jump-smashes a shuttle it comes down with a force and from a height that is rare in women’s badminton Okuhara faced a volley of jump-smashes and cross-court tosseson Thursday parrying them with patience till her defences gave up midway through the second set With the scores almost levelled around the halfway mark Okuhara’s game just dismantled as Sindhu kept strafing her opponent’s court using the shuttle like a weapon Within minutes a match that appeared at the precipice tilted Sindhu’s way The final scorecard 21-19 21-10 tells the story of Okuhara’s capitulation Sindhu was marked for greatness right from when she was about to pass out of primary school As a teenager every time she won a junior badminton tournament headline writers hailed her as a ‘Smashing Sensation’ destined for greatness The script that started at an early age is now nearing a golden finale A decade of hard work a gruelling schedule that made her get up early travel nearly 60 km and start training before dawn is about to pay off Before the Olympics began Sindhu cut herself off from the world setting aside all distractions including her mobile phone For two months before taking the flight to Rio she disappeared into the trenches getting ready to battle history and an Olympics draw that did not favour her Since she was ranked outside the top 10 not many gave Sindhu a chance But she has defied rankings swept aside Olympic favourites like China’s Wang Yihan and already assured the first ever silver medal for an Indian woman at the Olympics Her next opponent Marin is the world number one For almost a year Marin has dominated women’s badminton and won every major international tournament But Sindhu has a 2-3 record against her suggesting that Marin may not be so difficult to beat On Friday as Indians watch with bated breath and silent prayers everyone would be hoping for that familiar sight: Sindhu soaring high in the air smashing the shuttle with her forehand pumping her fist leaping in the air and letting out a victorious roar Freeze the frame stop the clock and ask the wind to stop blowing Pusarla Venkata Sindhu is on the verge of rewriting Indian Olympic history Australia’s selectors have responded to the threat of a first-ever Test series sweep on home soil by dropping five players from their squad for the third match against South Africa which begins in Adelaide on Thursday Joe Burns Adam Voges and Callum Ferguson as well as wicketkeeper Peter Nevill paid the price for a string of batting collapses while seamer Joe Mennie was also axed after the innings defeat in the second Test in Hobart Four uncapped players —openers Matt Renshaw and Nic Maddinson wicketkeeper-batsman Peter Handscomb and seamer Chadd Sayers —came into the 12-man squad Wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade and seamer Jackson Bird both given previous chances at Test level before being discarded were also recalled Chief selector Rod Marsh stood down from his post ahead of schedule last week and so on Sunday it was his temporary replacement Trevor Hohns who wielded the axe in Adelaide Given the brilliant formthat the South Africans are exhibiting at the moment it will be a major challenge for the debutants to make the most of the opportunity that has been handed to them in the wake of a massive slide in Australian cricket Here’s a look at the journeys of the four rookies in the Australian squad for the final Test at Adelaide: Matt Renshaw Matt Renshaw is a right-handed batsman who was born in Middlesbrough United Kingdom Getty TheQueensland opener could have played top-level cricket for England alongside childhoodbuddy and leading batsman Joe Root butfate had other plans foryoung Renshaw The right-handed batsman was born inMiddlesbrough United Kingdom and his parents decided to move to NewZealand when he was only seven beforeeventually settling down in Queensland five years later His parents though insistthat he isas Australian asAndrew Symonds "Matt is a bit like Andrew Symonds you couldn’t get more Aussie or more Ocker than him" father IanRenshaw was quoted as saying byThe Courier Mail Much like David Warner Renshaw will be making his way into the Australian Test side without any domestic experience should he get the Baggy Greenthis Thursday Among his key accomplishments in the 11 First-Class appearancesis a 395-ball 170 against New South Wales becoming the youngest centurion for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield? 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Jeje (Lalpekhlua).a student of Class IV.