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    Miami Open
    The Miami Open sees Rafael Nadal eye his first crown, Andy Murray aim for a third win, and Novak Djokovic trying for a fifth. Women’s defending champion, Serena Williams will kick off events on Friday for the ladies. On Star Sports 4 at midnight, Friday-Saturday.
    Grand Prix of Qatar
    With a long main straight and even a few cheeky left hand corners, this MotoGP night race is a treat and kicks off the calendar for 2015. Marc Marquez, Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa are all title hopefuls. Qualifiers: Saturday, 11.05 pm, Race: Sunday, 11.30 pm on Ten Sports.
    Euro Qualifiers
    This evening’s UEFA Euro 2016 draw is current Euro champs Spain versus Ukraine. Tomorrow, Netherlands faces Turkey on home turf while Sunday takes things up a notch with reigning world champions Germany taking on feisty Georgia. Coverage begins at 1.15 am, Sony Six.
    Valero Texas Open
    The field for Sunday’s Texas Open includes Matt Kuchar, Dustin Johnson, Graeme McDowell and Phil Mickelson. Steven Bowditch won the third oldest PGA tournament and a whopping $1,116,000 in 2014 and returns to defend. Finals at 1 am on Neo Sports.
    Grand Prix of Malaysia
    After winning in Melbourne, Lewis Hamilton will get his head down while gritty Germans, Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg play catch up at Sepang, one of the most technical circuits in F1 with a combination of high-speed straights and tight corners. Qualifiers: Saturday at 2.30 pm, Race: Sunday at noon on Star Sports HD4
    India Open
    Badminton brings Saina Nehwal home as she tries to sustain her top spot at the Yonex Sunrise India Open. On the men’s front, India’s K Srikanth is ranked and seeded two with Denmark’s Jan O Jorgensen ahead of him and China’s Lin Dan behind. Finals at 2 pm on Sony Six.
    — Aakanksha Devi

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