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(Reuters) - England forward Toni Duggan has said she supports the U.S. women's soccer team in their battle for equal pay with their male counterparts but does not think that England's women players should adopt a similar approach.
PARIS (Reuters) - Short of booting him in the shins at a change of ends, Roger Federer has used just about everything in his vast armoury to try and beat Rafael Nadal at the French Open -- so he will need something different when they meet on the Parisian clay for the first time in eight years on Friday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Ashleigh Barty's impressive run at the French Open continued on Monday when the Australian saw off American Sofia Kenin 6-3 3-6 6-0 to reach the quarter-finals.
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods' challenge at the Memorial tournament in Ohio suffered a blow in the second round on Friday with a late double bogey that left him seven strokes off the lead while Justin Rose shot a best of the day 63 to haul himself back into contention.
BAKU (Reuters) - It took about half an hour for Eden Hazard to find his rhythm in the Europa League final but once he started, Arsenal - like so many opponents of Chelsea over the last seven years - found him impossible to stop.
PARIS (Reuters) - Kristina Mladenovic was dumped out of the French Open in the second round with a 6-2 6-1 defeat to Petra Martic on Wednesday, leaving Caroline Garcia as the only French woman who can reach the third round at Roland Garros.
PARIS (Reuters) - Most defending champions would start a grand slam with added pressure but Simona Halep declared she would kick off her French Open campaign knowing that she's 'done it already'.
(Reuters) - When Jelena Ostapenko cracked a backhand down the line to win the French Open in 2017, it flew with a sound that seemed to herald a new star in women's sport.