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Andy Murray a doubt for Davis Cup with elbow injury

(Reuters) - World number one Andy Murray is likely to miss Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final trip to France due to an elbow injury, his brother Jamie Murray has said. Read More

 

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Motor racing: Hamilton hopes for 'best v best' duel with Vettel

LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton lost a battle but regained a rival after Sebastian Vettel won Sunday's Australian season-opener for Ferrari. More »

 

Nadal wins in 1000th match, Raonic withdraws

(Reuters) - Rafa Nadal celebrated his 1,000th tour level match with a come-from-behind victory over German veteran Philipp Kohlschreiber to reach the fourth round of the Miami Open on Sunday. More »

 

Kerber reaches fourth round in Miami, Keys falls

(Reuters) - Top seed Angelique Kerber advanced to the fourth round at the Miami Open on Sunday but eighth seed Madison Keys was sent packing. More »

 

Johnson holds on to beat Rahm in Match Play final

(Reuters) - American Dustin Johnson became the first player to win all four World Golf Championships events when he claimed the WGC-Dell Match Play in Texas on Sunday. More »

 

Lee motors away in final round for six-stroke Kia Classic win

(Reuters) - South Korean Lee Mi-rim turned a close Kia Classic into a procession, charging clear for a six-stroke victory in Carslbad, California on Sunday. More »

 

Kamworor and Cheptai lead Kenyan cross country domination

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Geoffrey Kamworor retained the men's title and Irene Cheptai led home five of her compatriots in the women's race as Kenya dominated the world cross country championships at the Kololo Independence Grounds on Sunday. More »

 

New York Knicks' Noah suspended for 20 games

(Reuters) - New York Knicks center Joakim Noah has been suspended for 20 games for violating the National Basketball Association's (NBA) anti-drug policy, the league confirmed on Saturday. More »

 

Frustrated Mercedes lose grip as 'stressful' season looms

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Mercedes' three-year domination of Formula One looked on shaky ground on Sunday as the Silver Arrows' confidence was rocked by Ferrari pace and a Sebastian Vettel victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix. More »

 

Battling McLaren exceed rock-bottom expectations

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - In a sign of how far McLaren have fallen, a retirement for Fernando Alonso and a last-place finish for team mate Stoffel Vandoorne exceeded expectations for the embattled team at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Sunday. More »

 

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