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Fed battles past Ljubicic

Roger Federer moved a step closer to clinching a 64th ATP Tour title when he beat Ivan Ljubicic 7-6 6-2 in the semi-finals of the Stockholm Open. The world number two improved his runaway record against the Croatian to 13-3 having won the last 10 meetings between the pair. Ljubicic […]

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Keothavong falls short

Anne Keothavong failed to reach the first WTA Tour final of her career as she was defeated by Roberta Vinci in the last four of the Luxembourg Open. Vinci needed only one hour and 12 minutes to claim a comfortable 6-4 6-2 victory over the British number two. Keothavong had […]

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Quins denied at death

Brett Deacon’s dramatic late try gave Gloucester their third straight Aviva Premiership win with a 33-26 victory over Harlequins on Saturday. Deacon crossed with just three minutes to go at Kingsholm to deny Harlequins and rescue his side after they had been forced to play half of the second period […]

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Anelka keen to stay at Chelsea

Nicolas Anelka has declared his intention to sign a new deal with Chelsea while his compatriot Gael Kakuta is leaving the Blues sweating on his future. Anelka was on hand to chalk up his 50th goal for the club in their 2-0 win over Spartak Moscow in the UEFA Champions […]

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Workforce BC decision imminent

Workforce’s connections are set to decide this weekend if the Epsom Derby and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner goes for the Breeders’ Cup Turf on November 6. Sir Michael Stoute and co have been deliberating whether to send the brilliant colt over to Churchill Downs to bid for Stateside […]

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Matfield to lead Springboks

South Africa coach Peter de Villiers has appointed Victor Matfield as captain for the forthcoming Grand Slam tour, which starts in Dublin next month. The Bulls lock, who has more than 100 caps for the Springboks, will lead the side in the absence of John Smit, who has been ruled […]

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Drogba poised for return

Didier Drogba is set to lead Chelsea’s attack in their Premier League meeting with Wolves on Saturday. The Ivorian has been forced to sit out the Blues’ last two matches with a virus, but is back in full training and raring to go once more. Assistant first-team coach Paul Clement […]

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Nothing to lose for Button

Jenson Button is aiming to simply “go out and enjoy” the inaugural Korean Grand Prix as he tries to make up ground in the race for the title. The McLaren driver has not been able to match the pace of Ferrari and Red Bull in recent races and is now […]

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Keane – United will survive

Roy Keane is convinced his former employers Manchester United will cope without Wayne Rooney. The Red Devils look set to part with their prized asset after it emerged that the England international is actively seeking a move elsewhere. Rooney has openly questioned the ambition of the club and believes the […]

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Glazers urged to consider sale

The Red Knights group of potential investors believe Wayne Rooney’s sale would lower Manchester United’s valuation below £1billion and should put pressure on the Glazer family to consider a sale. The group declared, earlier this year, they would be prepared to pay up to £1billion to buy the Premier League […]

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Mancini doubts January bids

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini doubts whether the big-spenders will be making any moves in the transfer market come January. City have been the biggest spenders in world football in recent times with firstly Mark Hughes and then Mancini bringing in a wealth of world class talent. The Eastlands outfit […]

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Merritt will not defend title

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed LaShawn Merritt will not be able to defend his 400m title in London. The American has been handed a 21 month suspension backdated to October 28 last year after testing positive for a banned substance. And while the drugs were contained in a […]