• Five men to watch at the Australian Open

    Five men to watch at the Australian Open

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    I have played so much tennis throughout my life having faced hard moments and injuries and travelling was really an incredible life school so I hope it's gonna help me a lot to participate, to stay calm, to be good under pressure. "Sure, I make those decisions but I've been lucky along the way". While many would say the tennis star is a natural talent, Federer himself claimed he's had a lot of luck along the way, especially with his coaches, such as Carter.
  • AC Milan's Higuain poised for Chelsea move

    AC Milan's Higuain poised for Chelsea move

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    Higuain knows Sarri well as he played under him during their time at Napoli where the striker arguably played his best football having scored 91 goals in just 146 games during a three-year spell at Stadio San Paolo. "A goal can change things, but if he is to continue here, he needs to take on responsibility", he said . Chelsea have added Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy to their January transfer wish list - though Gonzalo Higuain remains manager Maurizio Sarri's preferred ...
  • "New captain" Saunders has Wolves' trust in interim role

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    He's in charge now, so we're going with him. "These decisions are never easy to make, but we felt them necessary to move our organization forward". Regarded as one the best defensive minds in the National Basketball Association, Thibodeau had no problem landing another coaching gig.
  • Man Utd ready to sign Carrasco for Solskjaer

    Man Utd ready to sign Carrasco for Solskjaer

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    Carrasco now plies his trade in the Chinese Super League for Dalian Yifang, where he has notched seven times in 25 league appearances this term. Arsenal have been a mixed bag this season under Unai Emery and although they deserve massive credit for keeping in touch with the top four, the Spaniard still needs to address a lot of problems in the ongoing January transfer window.
  • Ex-boxing champ surrenders after punching French police

    Ex-boxing champ surrenders after punching French police

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    Philippe said 80,000 members of the security forces would be deployed for the next expected wave of protests, adding that "those who question our institutions will not have the last word". The "yellow vest" movement mobilized through social media has forced Macron to reconsider his economic and social recipe for the eurozone's No.2 power by offering a series of concessions to appease angry citizens.
  • Man City and Burton are chalk and cheese, says Brewers chairman

    Man City and Burton are chalk and cheese, says Brewers chairman

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    Manchester City came through their 7-0 FA Cup hammering against Rotherham United without any new injuries. City enjoyed a stroll 24 hours later, with fans not quite getting their wish after chanting "We want 10" in the closing stages. Nobody gives us much of a chance and rightly so but it's just about the players, everybody, talking about supporters , who have been following the club for 50-60 years never dreamt of us being in a League Cup semi-final.
  • Chandler Parsons 'Extremely Disappointed' to Leave the Grizzlies

    Chandler Parsons 'Extremely Disappointed' to Leave the Grizzlies

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    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the team and Parsons' agent, James Dunleavy of ISE Sports, will work on a "resolution" for Parsons' future as well as a trade for the eighth-year veteran. "We will continue to monitor Chandler's progress", Wallace said in a statement Sunday night. Limited by injuries, he played a combined 70 games over the first two seasons of that contract, but Dunleavy told The Commercial Appeal on December 28 that Parsons had been cleared and was ready to play.
  • Former 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio named Broncos head coach

    Former 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio named Broncos head coach

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    Fangio is a first-time head coach at age 60. Sure, he's old enough to be Matt LaFleur or Kliff Kingsbury's dad, but that's not the reason this is an interesting hire. The team fired Vance Joseph last month at the conclusion of a 6-10 campaign that saw the Broncos miss the playoffs for the third straight year since winning Super Bowl 50.
  • Kitchens, Stefanski finalists for Browns job

    Kitchens, Stefanski finalists for Browns job

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    The Cleveland Browns have identified in-house candidate Freddie Kitchens and Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as finalists for their head coaching job, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network . Perhaps more importantly, Kitchens oversaw the successful rookie season of quarterback Baker Mayfield . The Browns even asked Stefanski who he would include on his coaching staff, should he get the job, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
  • Canadian NBA star Andrew Wiggins denies calling opponent 'gay'

    Canadian NBA star Andrew Wiggins denies calling opponent 'gay'

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    Former University of Kentucky big man Nerlens Noel was taken off the court on a stretcher after suffering a head injury during the Oklahoma City Thunder's game Tuesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves . Minnesota forward Andrew Wiggins is backtracking after using the word "gay" on to describe Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder's behavior during the recent game between the two teams.
  • Bayern confirm Pavard deal

    Bayern confirm Pavard deal

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    Salihamidzic announced the deal at Bayern's training camp in Doha, with Pavard's contract to start in the summer. But with Stuttgart still in the relegation zone at the halfway point of the season, Pavard has now agreed to move to Munich on a five-year deal at the end of the season.
  • Sevilla chief Caparros: Major competition for Chelsea striker Morata

    Sevilla chief Caparros: Major competition for Chelsea striker Morata

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    Suited for Sarri-ball? Having joined Chelsea from Real Madrid for £58million to much fanfare, the 26-year-old has only scored 16 goals since signing in July 2017. Having started the season as Maurizio Sarri's first choice striker, the Spaniard has gone off the boil, with the Blues manager experimenting with Eden Hazard as a central striker in his place in recent weeks - leading to rumours linking Morata with an exit.
  • Guy, Key lead Virginia past FSU, 65-52

    Guy, Key lead Virginia past FSU, 65-52

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    Florida State shot just 34 percent (15-44) and became the 11th team held below 60 points by Virginia this season. Guy scored 18 of his points in the first half as the Cavaliers (13-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) took a 42-23 lead. Key scored seven and Guy six in the burst, which gave the Cavaliers a 42-23 lead at the break. Virginia sophomore guard Brianna Tinsley scored 11 points in the first half, while senior forward Mone Jones scored 10.
  • Vinicius trumps Isco in Solari's starting plans — Real Madrid

    Vinicius trumps Isco in Solari's starting plans — Real Madrid

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    Antoine Griezmann's stunning free-kick earned Atletico a point at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. Ruben Pardo wrapped up a brilliant victory for La Real , who had won this fixture only once in their last 22 attempts. But then, they had Cristiano Ronaldo , a player who scored many decisive goals in those seasons, being the tormentor of PSG, Juventus, Roma or Wolfsburg.