Tennis-star-turned-singer Yannick Noah vows to never again say anything about France's Davis Cup performances.
Fifth International Tennis Federation player of the year award for Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic gets the men's award for a fourth time.

Zimbabwe cricket coach sacked

Zimbabwe cricket coach Stephen Mangongo sacked following the team's thrashing in Bangladesh.

Amla, Van Zyl punish West Indies

Hashim Amla makes 208 and Stiaan van Zyl 101no as South Africa compile 5-552 against West Indies in Centurion.
The International Tennis Federation wants to increase the number of lower category tournaments in Latin America, Asia and Africa.
Neck surgery will keep Wasps second-rower Joe Launchbury out of England's Six Nations rugby campaign in February.
Fifth International Tennis Federation player of the year award for Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic gets the men's award for a fourth time.
Steeve Guenot, who won wrestling gold at the 2008 Olympics, has been banned for a year by the French anti-doping agency for missing doping controls.
Essendon have unsuccessfully tried to gain access to the AFL anti-doping hearing as ASADA continued to outline its case.

Hazlewood upstages McGrath

Josh Hazlewood may be compared with Glenn McGrath but he achieved something the fast bowling great never could on Test debut.
The Memphis Grizzlies have recorded a 117-116 triumph over reigning NBA champions San Antonio in a triple-overtime thriller.

Tsonga withdraws from Hopman Cup

The Hopman Cup has suffered a double blow after Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and American Jack Sock were forced to withdraw due to injury.
Essendon had hoped Heath Hocking's groin injury would settle, but they have now decided the midfielder needs surgery.
Yachting Australia president Matt Allen says his 60-foot boat Ichi Ban is infinitely better prepared than it was for last year's Sydney to Hobart.

O'Connor backs Hunt in Reds switch

Michael O'Connor says Karmichael Hunt has the potential to turn the Queensland Reds into Super Rugby champions.
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