• Murray, Cilic, Halep, Suarez reach French Open 4th round

    Murray, Cilic, Halep, Suarez reach French Open 4th round

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    Kei Nishikori can't remember beating Andy Murray at the U.S. Open, ahead of their French Open quarterfinal. Murray did enough to keep his nose in front throughout, while the Argentine was unable to reprise the heroics that saw the pair produce such magic in last year's Rio Olympics gold medal match.
  • Jets release David Harris, franchise's 2nd-leading tackler

    Jets release David Harris, franchise's 2nd-leading tackler

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    He arrived as the Jets' second-round selection (47th overall) of the 2007 draft out of MI, had been the grand old man of the Green & White defense. The Jets reacquired linebacker Demario Davis last Thursday in a trade with the Cleveland Browns , but that had no bearing on Harris, Bowles said.
  • Tiger Woods DUI Arrest Video Shows Stumbling, Star Blames Medication Mix

    Tiger Woods DUI Arrest Video Shows Stumbling, Star Blames Medication Mix

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    On Monday, the Florida Police had noticed Woods' Mercedes pulled to the side of the road with engines still running. Jupiter police released the dash-cam footage Wednesday. Woods added that he understood the severity of what he did and takes full responsibility for his actions. He moves the light but stops and says, "You're not even looking at the light".
  • Australia chasing 183 victory target for win vs Australia

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    Having scored 83-1 from 16 overs, Australia only needed to play for four more overs to be eligible to win via the Duckworth-Lewis rule for rain-affected games. Starc's blistering spell was some consolation for Smith, but he was still left to rue the weather and what he felt was the umpires' quick decision to go off, thus denying Australia a chance for those vital four overs.
  • Preds hold serve to even Stanley Cup Finals at 2-2

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    Rinne made 23 saves in Monday night's win. Pekka Rinne was spectacular, Frederick Gaudreau scored a tiebreaking goal early in the second period and the Nashville Predators handed Pittsburgh a 4-1 loss Monday night to even the Stanley Cup Final at two games apiece.
  • Arsenal boss makes public statement amidst rumours of record-breaking move

    Arsenal boss makes public statement amidst rumours of record-breaking move

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    The Sun journalist Giulianelli took to Twitter to reveal that Wenger is in France to discuss potential deals to sign Mbappe and Seri. Wenger, though, has offered his compatriot some advice, echoing the calls of national team boss Didier Deschamps that Mbappe must concentrate on his development at this point.
  • Real's remarkable Ronaldo again delivers when it matters

    Real's remarkable Ronaldo again delivers when it matters

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    Mario Mandzukic became the third player to score in two European Cup/Champions League finals for two different teams, following Ronaldo, for Manchester United and Real, and Velibor Vasovic, for Partizan Belgrade and Ajax Amsterdam. Sporting a newly cropped haircut, the Portuguese was the star of a spectacular light-and-fireworks show as 81,000 fans crammed into Real's Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
  • It's Timea's time: she defeats Venus Williams

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    While the defending French Open champion isn't a stranger to tough losses, this one was especially taxing as the French crowd was overwhelmingly against her. "And I think it was bad, when they kind of screamed between her first and second serve, but that's because they thought it's a double fault because the first serve was a let or something".
  • Jimmie Johnson extends track record with 11th win at Dover

    Jimmie Johnson extends track record with 11th win at Dover

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    He then tipped his cap - more like, his tribute helmet - toward Yarborough. "First of all, I'm really proud of our Germain Racing team", Dillon said. With two prior victories this season, seven-time champion Johnson had already qualified for the series. "To tie him is just mind blowing". His says loud and clear he has a deep respect for NASCAR's greats.
  • J.J. Watt now ranked 35th on NFL Network's top-100 list

    J.J. Watt now ranked 35th on NFL Network's top-100 list

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    He tried to rush back from a back surgery, played three games, then underwent a season-ending surgery. Well, here we go again. I mean, it's in the damn title: Top 100 Players of 2017 . Seeing as he is now healthy and still square in his prime, you can make a strong argument that Watt, despite last season's disappointment, should be way higher than 35.