ROME (Reuters) - AS Roma have named Ramon Rodriguez 'Monchi', who is widely regarded as the architect of Sevilla's recent success, as their sporting director, the...
MADRID (Reuters) - Britain's Dan Evans and Kyle Edmund made it through to the second round of the Barcelona Open on Monday.
Pakistan leads the West Indies by 36 runs with five first innings wickets in hand at lunch on the fourth day of the first Test against the West Indies.
Serena Williams has thanked her unborn baby after returning to No.1 in the WTA rankings.
Melbourne suffered a heavy injury toll in their 13-point loss to Richmond at the MCG on Monday night.
Collingwood are likely to weigh up making a late change for the Anzac Day blockbuster against Essendon at the MCG due to forecast rain.
Parramatta's Kenny Edwards wants to make up for lost time, after missing the first weeks of the NRL season through suspension for a "stupid" off-field incident.
Brisbane backrower Alex Glenn admits it is surreal to be able to celebrate 200 NRL games on Thursday after being banned from contact sport as a teenager.
NSW Waratahs back Rob Horne wants his struggling Super Rugby team to back their instincts and stop second guessing themselves
Daly Cherry-Evans hopes good mate Kieran Foran doesn't get picked for New Zealand's upcoming Test against Australia.
Richmond full-forward Jack Riewoldt starred against Melbourne, with his six goals helping the Tigers maintain their unbeaten start to the AFL season.
Roberta Vinci, who faces Maria Sharapova in her first match since returning from a drugs ban, says the Russian should not be given wildcards for tournaments.
Ilie Nastase will have to wait for at least two weeks to discover if he is to face further action after he was provisionally banned from all ITF events.
Salford winger Justin Carney could be banned for at least eight matches after being accused of racial abusing an opponent.
LONDON (Reuters) - Gary Cahill could return for Chelsea's crucial Premier League home game against Southampton on Tuesday after illness kept him out of the...
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