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LONDON (Reuters) - It was a tale of two coaches and two sisters for Garbine Muguruza on Saturday as the Spaniard found the formula to steer her way through a barrage of high-intensity tennis and claim her first Wimbledon crown.
LONDON (Reuters) - Selling the world's most famous cycle race to a country where an estimated 450 million people own a bike hardly sounds like a revolutionary concept.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - England are still licking their wounds after a humiliating series defeat in India but some positives can be found amid the carnage of a disastrous tour, particularly with the emergence of a pair of batting prospects for the side's fragile top order.
INCHEON, South Korea (Reuters) - Park Sung-hyun has a small tattoo on her left wrist, the Latin word "lucete" -- "shine". The South Korean golfer endured the needles during the dark days of her career, a reminder that no matter how bad things got she had the talent to succeed.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada may have captured the World Cup of Hockey in dramatic fashion this week on home soil but the tournament failed to generate much buzz and will need time to reclaim the stature it once enjoyed.
(Reuters) - As world number two Dustin Johnson snaps at the metaphorical heels of top dog Jason Day of Australia, the game's leading player has identified the reasons for the American's elevation to the cusp of the global pecking order.