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'Average' Hamilton feels he can do better

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Fans who were disappointed by the lack of Ferrari and Mercedes in Formula 1's Netflix series "Drive to Survive" might be pleased by plans for a second series following the 2019 season, with the two biggest teams on the grid reportedly signed up to participate this time. Read More »

'Super old': Roger Federer to play son of 1999 French Open rival

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Williams faced no break points, served 10 aces and made 36 winners. Next up for the 20-time Grand Slam title victor is a clash with Norway's Casper Ruud who put out Italian 29th seed Matteo Berrettini 6-4, 7-5, 6-3. Nadal's form hadn't been up to his usual standards during much of the clay season: This was the first time since 2004 that he entered May without a title for the year. Read More »

Cricket World Cup finally opens with England vs South Africa

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He is considered South Africa's greatest fast bowler and returned to the one-day worldwide team last November after two years on the sidelines with shoulder and foot injuries. "It will take a little bit of chopping and changing to get a balance that we think can take on England". "We will hopefully stick to what we've been doing the past four years and hopefully the World Cup will work out well for us". Read More »

Woods closer to Snead than Nicklaus at Memorial

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The tournament is nicknamed Jack Nicklaus tournament. Having won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in 2016, the last player to win while the late Palmer was still alive, Day wants to shake 79-year-old Nicklaus' hand at Muirfield Village. This model developed by DFS pro Mike McClure has been spot-on in the 2018-19 season and has nailed five majors entering this weekend which includes Brooks Koepka's victory at the 2019 PGA Championship . Read More »

United can still attract top-end players: Gary Neville

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But the bigger headache is what to do with the likes of Romelu Lukaku , who cost £75million two summers ago, and top-earner Alexis Sanchez, as they are both under contract but surplus to requirements. Gary Neville , former Manchester United player and co-owner of Salford City, believes that The Red Devils can still attract and sign popular and brilliant players in the club. Read More »

LeBron James’ Sons Are Transferring Schools

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Unlike their fathers, Bronny and Zaire will only play together for one season; the former is entering the ninth grade while the latter is heading into his senior year. Last year, Sierra Canyon won back-to-back CIF State Open Division titles. It looks like LeBron and Wade are joining up to make another super team. Read More »

Chelsea celebrate before facing uncertain future without Hazard

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Eden Hazard suggested he had played his final game for Chelsea after his two goals helped the club defeat Arsenal in the Europa League final. Cech went on to praise the dedication of this, his final group of team mates, as they end the season empty-handed and with their hopes of qualification for next season's Champions League dashed. Read More »

FA DT McCoy wraps up visit; Ravens optimistic

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Last week, McCoy had dinner with Browns team personnel on Thursday night and was at the team's facility on Friday. Here are some thoughts on those questions and others related to McCoy's trip to Baltimore. The Ravens lost a few cornerstone defenders this offseason in career-long Ravens C.J. Mosely and Terrell Suggs, so adding the experience and leadership that McCoy would bring a lot to a huddle looking for new leaders. Read More »

Worst First Pitch Ever? Chicago White Sox Staffer's Throw Goes Viral

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The woman, who was being honored for Employee of the Month, took the hill and prepared to throw the pitch to White Sox pitcher Evan Marshall, who was acting as temporary catcher. The White Sox posted the photo on Twitter. The pitch wasn't seen by many fans in person due to an anticipated storm in Chicago but the viral video spawned many memes and side-by-sides of the rapper and the baseball employee competing for the worst pitch title. Read More »

R.J. Hampton to skip NCAA basketball, play in New Zealand

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Ferguson's successful stint in the NBL resulted in the league starting a program called " Next Stars ", in an effort to attract more talented American prospects looking to bypass college for a professional career. "I feel like this was the best opportunity for me to get ready for the National Basketball Association as quickly as possible because that is my ultimate goal", he said . Read More »

Fourth seed Bertens retires from French Open with illness

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Nadal's form hadn't been up to his usual standards during much of the clay season: This was the first time since 2004 that he entered May without a title for the year. Owner of three Grand Slam titles in all, Wawrinka will bring his signature backhand into what shapes up as a more competitive matchup against two-time major semifinalist Grigor Dimitrov , who eliminated 2014 U.S. Read More »

Manchester United legends thrash Bayern in 1999 charity rematch

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wound back the years as the Manchester United manager came off the bench to score for Sir Alex Ferguson's side against Bayern Munich in the Treble Reunion match. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored the first goal, also goals from Dwight Yorke, Nicky Butt, Louis Saha, and David Beckham as the Red Devils took a 5-0 victory. Read More »

Nadal, 'super old' Federer cruise to French wins

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The clay courts of Roland Garros host the second Grand Slam of the season. Federer's friend and Swiss countryman, Stan Wawrinka, also moved on in straight sets. Twenty years after making a Roland Garros debut, 2009 champion Roger Federer is through to the third round after a 6-4, 6-3, 6-4 victory over the German qualifier Oscar Otte in an hour and 36 minutes. Read More »

Phillies' Herrera on leave after domestic violence arrest

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Odubel Herrera , here batting against the Royals earlier this month, has been charged with simple assault in Atlantic City. Herrera's first court date is scheduled for June 17, according to The Athletic's Matt Gelb . Herrera is in his fifth season with the Phillies, hitting.222 in 2019 with one home run in 126 at-bats. "The Phillies take any domestic violence accusation seriously, and strongly support the joint domestic violence policy agreed upon by MLB and the MLB Players Association", ... Read More »

Steyn ruled out of South Africa World Cup opener

Hosts England are top of the one-day global rankings and are favourites to win their first World Cup but South Africa are one of several sides in form. Alongside Steyn, the pair of Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi were dealing with injury issues of their own. We will give him as much time as we can for him to get ready. Read More »

I’ll have made it, once I get the last title - Joshua

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So now the fans are the ones getting the hard end of the stick. Between a sluggish start and a jiggling body frame that didn't resemble anything of a chiseled Greek god, it seemed as though a silent memorandum had been sent to keep Ruiz off television until his body was more appealing or his performances were more dominant. Read More »

Bruins rally past Blues in Stanley Cup Final opener

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Krug provided a signature moment of the Boston Bruins' 4-2 victory against the St. Louis Blues in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night. Sean Kuraly scored the Bruins' third unanswered goal and the game victor in the final frame. We got more physical and we started moving our feet, moving the puck and we ended up spending more time in their end and didn't give them as much room. Read More »

Osaka outswings Schmiedlova to improve Slam streak, survive French Open epic

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She will face either Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas or French wildcard Audrey Albie in the second round, having only made her main-draw debut at a Grand Slam event with a first-round Australian Open loss in January. World number 43 Azarenka triumphed in a match punctuated by 13 breaks of serve and 60 unforced errors by Ostapenko who hasn't won a match at the tournament in her last two visits. Read More »

Police target current and ex-La Liga players

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A statement from Spanish police said: "The arrest of 11 people, including retired and active first division football players, active second division players as well as presidents and managers is planned". "This has come from a LaLiga complaint", Tebas told MARCA . Match-fixing has been a recurring problem in Spanish football . It added: "This police operation shows that the integrity protection systems implemented by LaLiga five seasons ago, to protect the cleanliness of all ... Read More »

Ian Wright makes his predictions for Europa League final

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But I can put it aside. "Obviously I want Arsenal to win and I think Arsenal might just nick it simply because of the two guys up front". I have done it during a full season right now, and I have played reasonably well. "It is a European competition, so for me, for the club, for the manager, for the fans, it is something important", he said. Hazard's 16 goals and 15 assists in the top flight in 2018-19, the latter of which had already given him the Premier League's Playmaker Award, ... Read More »

Wife and Daughter of Coach Killed in Head-On Collision

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His wife, 46-year-old Jennifer Moore , died later at a local hospital. The Moore family dog also died in the crash. Howard is so much more than a colleague and coach. "He has always been an incredible representative of our athletic department and a positive influence on everyone around him". Moore, a Chicago native, played at Wisconsin from 1990-95 and was head coach at Illinois-Chicago before returning to his alma mater during the 2015-16 season. Read More »

Giannis: Bucks 'successful' despite falling short of goal

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Giannis Antetokounmpo returned to MVP chants despite a Game 6 loss. "We'll be back stronger and better", Antetokounmpo's message read. We didn't have no - I want to be polite. If we lose by doing that, by trusting one another, by moving the ball, by doing what we've been doing all year, by trusting our habits, it's okay. The NBA will unveil its award winners for the 2018-19 season, including the league's Most Valuable Player, on June 24. Read More »

NBA Finals Odds: Warriors Heavy Favorites Over Raptors

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The Raptors have been around since 1995, and in their 24th season they're finally going to play for a ring. Durant missed the entirety of the Western Conference finals following a calf strain that he suffered against the Houston Rockets in the second round, and his status for the Finals remains uncertain. Read More »

Remember the late Bill Buckner for the ballplayer, not the play

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While everyone will remember the gaffe, Buckner had a 22-year major league career, and his 2,715 lifetime hits are 66th all time. Red Sox fans scapegoated Buckner's role in the 1986 collapse for years, but his 10th inning error was just the final blow in a series of unforgettable mistakes that cost the Red Sox their first World Series since 1918. Read More »

Rafael Nadal may have relied on YouTube to beat unknown German qualifier

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Djokovic broke serve in the opening game on his way to taking the opening set in routine fashion and the only blip was when he dropped serve at 4-1 in the second set. The match was Nadal's first experience of the revamped Court Philippe-Chatrier but he said there were no noticeable differences aside from the new aesthetically pleasing aspects. Read More »

Variety in bowling makes India strong contender: Ian Chappell

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Kohli defied critics who had questioned his poor showing on the team's 2014 tour of England by hitting 593 runs, including two hundreds, in the five-Test series past year. "The two standouts to me were India and England, with fingers crossed, Australia doing well". Star Sports had earlier launched their official hashtag of the World Cup campaign - #CricketKaCrown. Read More »

Bruins host Blues in opener of Stanley Cup Final

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Marchand injured his hand during an intrasquad scrimmage last week. The Blues expect to have little problem maintaining focus heading into their first Stanley Cup Final since 1970. "It's unbelievable how a season, the ups and downs of it, there are so many highs and lows, and to be able to stay even-keeled and keep working at it". Read More »

Novak Djokovic sails into French Open second round

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While Williams' catsuit won't be seen again at the French Open, her boldness did help score a victory for female tennis players. "Rafa has been playing a lot in the clay court season and Novak finished in Rome quite exhausted so he needs to recover very well so if he has a very rough first week that can really hurt him but I still see that they are the two most unsafe guys, well not risky but the two most in form or in good shape". Read More »

Rusty but pain-free, South Africa's Kagiso Rabada ready for England challenge

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South Africa defeated Sri Lanka by 87 runs in their first warm-up game for the men's International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup , starting in England and Wales next week. However Karunaratne who is in good nick with the bat on his debut as ODI captain scored his second successive half century - 87 off 92 balls to help keep his team in the run chase. Read More »