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The US Open will allow Russian and Belarusian players to compete later this year after deciding not to follow Wimbledon's lead in banning them.Players from the two nations will have to compete under a neutral flag at the final Grand Slam event of the season.It means Russian men's world number one Daniil Medvedev can defend his title in New York.The…
British wildcard Ryan Peniston marked his ATP Tour main draw debut with a stunning win over French Open finalist Casper Ruud at Queen's.Peniston, 26, is ranked 180th in the world - 175 places below Norway's Ruud - but earned a 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-2) win.Peniston sealed victory when Ruud hit a first serve return into the net, sparking jubilant celebrations…
Serena Williams has indicated she will play at this year's Wimbledon in what would be her first match for 12 months.The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion has not played since injuring her leg in the first round of last year's tournament.American Williams, 40, has won seven Wimbledon singles titles but is currently ranked 1,208.She posted an image of her trainers…
Harriet Dart says being happier in her personal life has helped her tennis improve after she thrashed Camila Osorio to reach the Birmingham Classic second round.The Briton took just 70 minutes to beat the Colombian, who is 45 places above her in the world rankings, 6-2 6-0.Dart will now face former Wimbledon champion and second seed Simona Halep."It's like any…

Andy Murray withdraws from Queen's with abdominal injury

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Monday, 13 June 2022 11:05
Five-time champion Andy Murray has withdrawn from Queen's because of an abdominal strain he picked up in the Stuttgart final on Sunday.Murray, 35, had a scan on Monday afternoon in London and has decided to skip the Cinch Championships after it revealed the level of the damage.Murray hopes to be fit enough to play at Wimbledon, which starts on 27…

Soccer

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

Liverpool bounced back from Saturday's disappointing draw against Brighton and Hove Albion to ease p...

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barcelona are in danger of failing to make it out of the Champions League group phase after a 1-0 lo...

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Bayer Leverkusen are considering sacking manager Gerardo Seoane and are looking at appointing Xabi A...

Basketball

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

As Robert Sarver prepares to sell the NBA's Phoenix Suns and WNBA's Phoenix Mercury, investment bank...

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

The Milwaukee Bucks are slight favorites to win the 2023 NBA championship, and Luka Doncic was tappe...

Baseball

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

NEW YORK -- Stephen Strasburg's status for 2023 is up in the air after a series of injuries that lim...

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

NEW YORK -- If the Mets have a shot at finishing in first place in the National League East on Wedne...

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