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(Reuters) - Toyota's Kalle Rovanpera led after the first day of Greece's Acropolis Rally on Friday with championship-leading team mate Sebastien Ogier third.
(Reuters) - Napoli are looking forward to facing Juventus on Saturday, coach Luciano Spalletti said, with his side in near-top condition and their opponents missing several key players involved in international games.
(Reuters) - There have been a few false dawns for British women’s tennis since Virginia Wade was famously serenaded by the Centre Court crowd after winning Wimbledon 44 years ago.
(Reuters) - India not fielding a team for the final test against England had nothing to do with the rescheduled Indian Premier League (IPL) which left no room for the match to be postponed, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) CEO Tom Harrison said on Friday.
LIVERPOOL’s decision not to buy a forward during the transfer window will be tested against Leeds United this weekend.
EVER wondered how weightlifters bulk up like an Incredible Hulk? Some work their butts off to build their muscles through a strict regiment of weightlifting and diet but there are also another group who take an easier route to muscle up through illegal use of steroids.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -It will be the Big Apple battle of teenagers in Saturday's U.S. Open final after Britain's Emma Raducanu became the first qualifier to reach the title clash at a major, joining Canadian Leylah Fernandez as the duo continued their giant-killing spree.
RECIFE, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil striker Neymar complained on Thursday that he is not given the respect he deserves, after Brazil beat Peru 2-0 for their eighth consecutive 2022 World Cup qualifying win.
(Reuters) - Japanese rookie Yuki Tsunoda said on Thursday he was surprised to have been retained by his AlphaTauri Formula One team for another year.