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    导出博客文章13-9 Pakistans win-loss ratio, from 26 Tests, since May 2013, the period during
    which the ICC Test rankings are calculated. The only team with a better win-loss
    ratio during this period is Australia, who won 19 and lost 12. However, the ICC
    rankings give more emphasis to recent results: all results before May 2015 get
    only 50% weightage, while those from May 2015 onwards carry 100% weightage. In
    the last 16 months, Pakistan have a 7-3 win-loss to Australias 10-6. The only
    team with a better record than Pakistans since May 2015 is India (7-1), but
    Indias overall record since May 2013 is 10-8.4 Series that Pakistan have won,
    out of 10 since May 2013. All of those wins have come in their last six series,
    when they beat Australia and England in the UAE, and Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in
    away series. They had also drawn series against New Zealand (in the UAE) and
    England (away) during this period, while their only defeat was by a 2-0 margin
    in Sri Lanka a couple of years ago.62.95 Younis Khans Test average since May
    2013 - he has scored 2707 runs from 49 innings, with 11 hundreds out of 15
    fifty-plus scores. He has scored at least one hundred in all except one of the
    ten series he played during this period. Among all players who have scored at
    least 1000 Test runs in the last 40 months, only three - Adam Voges, Kane
    Williamson, and Steven Smith - have a higher average.32.8 Contribution, in terms
    of percentage, by Younis and Misbah-ul-Haq to the total runs that Pakistan
    scored off the bat in the last 40 months. Misbah tallied 2215 runs at an average
    of 55.37, and together the two scored 4922 runs out of Pakistans 15002.6
    Pakistan batsmen who have scored 1000-plus Test runs at averages of more than 44
    in Tests during this period - Younis, Misbah, Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq, Mohammad
    Hafeez and Sarfraz Ahmed. Among them they scored 37 hundreds, and were largely
    instrumental in ensuring that Pakistans batting average was a healthy 38.15,
    better than all teams except New Zealand (38.38) and Australia (39.33). 9 Number
    of Pakistan players who have won Man-of-the-Match awards in Tests since May
    2013. Younis has won four, Azhar two, and seven others have won one each -
    Misbah, Khurram Manzoor, Hafeez, Rahat Ali, Sarfraz, Wahab Riaz and Yasir Shah.
    Only four players have won more than four match awards in Tests during this
    period.95 Wickets for Yasir Shah in 16 Tests at an average of 27.48; he was by
    far Pakistans highest wicket-taker during this period: the next best was 51, by
    Zulfiqar Babar. In the 10 Test wins that Yasir has been a part of, he has taken
    69 wickets at 20.07. In the period since October 2014, when Yasir made his Test
    debut, no bowler has taken as many wickets in wins.
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    . Clarke was injured while practicing on the Doha Golf Club
    range after the pro-am on Tuesday. The Northern Irishman arrived at the course
    on Wednesday hoping to start, but after hitting a few balls on the practice
    putting green Clarke advised officials he was not fit to play. RIO DE JANEIRO --
    At times, Victoria Lovelady has to pause to take it all in. The Olympic Games
    are in her home country of Brazil, golf has returned to the Olympics for the
    first time since 1904, and she was fortunate enough to qualify.Although the mens
    tournament is being played this week at the Olympic Golf Course, Lovelady, 29,
    was on site to practice and play, one of the neat aspects to the event that saw
    a smattering of the women at the venue Monday.Adding to the experience was the
    fact that Lovelady was asked to play a practice round with Germanys Martin
    Kaymer and Spains Rafael Cabrera-Bello.Oh my goodness, Lovelady gushed prior to
    hitting off the 10th tee. When I found out the Olympics was going to be in
    Brazil and that golf was coming back, it became part of my daily mental routine.
    There was not one day I didnt think about the Olympics. I was finishing college
    at the time.My whole motivation to turn pro after college was based on the
    Olympics. I was ready to turn pro and pursue my dream of playing in the
    Olympics. Its been a huge goal for me.Lovelady, who played college golf at USC
    when she went by her maiden name Victoria Alimonda, is a perfect example of how
    golfs return to the Olympics has been an inspiration. Lovelady has yet to make
    the LPGA Tour in two tries and this year is competing on the Ladies European
    Tour, where travel is difficult and purses are sparse..@RickieFowler and
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    pic.twitter.com/nsz4MKsYxL- USA GOLF (@USAGolf) August 8, 2016But she kept after
    it because of the Olympics, and scrambled to earn world ranking points when it
    was coming down to the wire for qualification last month. Only one Brazilian
    golfer was guaranteed a spot in the field (same for the men), so Lovelady was
    not a lock. She was running close to the other Brazilian golfer in the womens
    field, Miriam Nagl, and in the end they both made it.It was a super adventure,
    said Lovelady, who will begin the competition on Aug. 17. All because of the
    importance I gave to the Olympics being in Brazil, golf coming back to my
    country. I dont know what Id be doing with myself right now if I wasnt
    here.dddddddddddd For the past year, every day somebody asked me, Are you going
    to the Olympics? I thought, My God, Ive got to be there. Not only for my
    personal goal but also the whole vibe around me. And being one of the only
    Brazilians on tour. That topic was a hot question.Lovelady took up golf at age
    12 due to the influence of her grandfather and father, who was the rare person
    in Brazil who was a member of a private club. She earned a scholarship to USC
    after spending time in California as an exchange student, where I was able to
    study and play golf at the same time, she said. Brazil has some 200 million
    people but only about 20,000 golfers. You have to have a golf tradition in your
    family, she noted, something Lovelady said she hopes the Olympics will help
    change.The Olympic Golf Course, which she described as one of the best courses
    Ive played in my life, is the first public course ever in Rio. The course is
    brand-new and was built especially for then Games. How it is treated, and how
    the public has access to it after the Olympics, will go a long way toward more
    people becoming interested in the game.There will be more curiosity, more
    access, she said. I hope it opens up more opportunities.For now, Lovelady is
    taking advantage of hers. Monday was the last day she could practice on the
    course until next Monday, two days prior to the first round of the womens
    competition.But the women are allowed to use all of the practice facilities here
    throughout the week. And it will be a time to enjoy everything that comes with
    it.The opening ceremony was literally the best moment of my life, she said. It
    was beautiful. To be able to be received by so many people in my country. We
    were singing the anthem and chanting. And one of the cool things was I saw my
    dad in the first row. He called out my name and all of a sudden I see him, and
    hes hugging me. He played such an important role in my athletic life.And that
    would not have happened if the Olympics were somewhere else. ' ' '