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Tennis

Osaka withdraws from Italian Open with hand injury

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Friday, 17 May 2019 03:41
World number one Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the Italian Open before her quarter-final against Kiki Bertens because of a hand injury. Osaka, 21, recorded consecutive 6-3 6-3 wins over Dominika Cibulkova and Mihaela Buzarnescu on Thursday after rain had prevented play on Wednesday.Dutch world number four Bertens advances to the semi-finals in Rome. The 27-year-old will face Britain's Johanna…

Federer withdraws from Italian Open with leg injury

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Friday, 17 May 2019 05:18
World number three Roger Federer has withdrawn from the Italian Open before his quarter-final against Stefanos Tsitsipas with a right leg injury.Federer, 37, a four-time finalist in Rome, was competing at the event for the first time since 2016.The Swiss saved two match points to defeat Borna Coric 2-6 6-4 7-6 (9-7) on Thursday, having beaten Joao Sousa in straight…
Britain's wheelchair tennis players can claim their best ever medal haul at the 2019 BNP Paribas World Team Cup after all four teams reached the semi-finals.The annual tournament is the wheelchair tennis equivalent of the Fed Cup and Davis Cup competitions.Britain's men face Japan on Friday for a place in Saturday's final, while the juniors meet Australia in their final…

Konta wins twice in day to reach quarter-finals

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Thursday, 16 May 2019 12:01
British number one Johanna Konta reached the Italian Open quarter-finals with a 6-2 6-4 win over Venus Williams - her second match of the day.Konta, 27, came from a set down to beat world number eight Sloane Stephens before overcoming seven-time Grand Slam winner Williams, now ranked 50th.Williams was hampered by injury and an assured Konta won in 72 minutes.…
He's never been one to hold back and now Nick Kyrgios has unleashed a volley of criticism against some of his fellow professionals in an unfiltered interview.Speaking on the 'No Challenges Remaining' podcast, the 24-year-old branded Rafael Nadal "super salty" and called Novak Djokovic "cringeworthy".In the 50-minute interview, Kyrgios called Roger Federer the "greatest of all time" but had less…

Soccer

Umtiti confronts Barca fans who mobbed his car

Umtiti confronts Barca fans who mobbed his car

Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti confronted a group of fans after they blocked his car while he left...

Sources: United boost as Rangnick obtains visa

Sources: United boost as Rangnick obtains visa

Ralf Rangnick has been given the green light to take over as Manchester United's interim coach after...

Conte: Tottenham job is my 'biggest challenge'

Conte: Tottenham job is my 'biggest challenge'

Antonio Conte has said being Tottenham Hotspur manager is the biggest challenge of his career so far...

Basketball

Giannis hits 'sneaky' layup off glass to lift Bucks

Giannis hits 'sneaky' layup off glass to lift Bucks

MILWAUKEE -- As Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo charged toward the basket during the closing second...

Wolves' Towns OK after hard fall in loss to Wiz

Wolves' Towns OK after hard fall in loss to Wiz

X-rays on the lower back of Karl-Anthony Towns came back negative Wednesday night, the Minnesota Tim...

Baseball

Red Sox ship Renfroe to Brewers, get back JBJ

Red Sox ship Renfroe to Brewers, get back JBJ

The Red Sox and Brewers swung a significant trade Wednesday night, with Boston shipping outfielder H...

MLB shut down: League in first lockout since '90

MLB shut down: League in first lockout since '90

IRVING, Texas -- Major League Baseball locked out its players early Thursday morning, certifying the...

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