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KUALA LUMPUR: National women’s doubles shuttlers Vivian Hoo-Yap Cheng Wen believe the best is yet to come.
(Reuters) - Stuart Broad has got David Warner's number at the Ashes but the embattled opening batsman can turn it around if he ramps up the aggression against the England paceman, former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Bookmakers hate them, their fans are sceptical and the Wallabies have won barely a third of their tests in the last two seasons.
(Reuters) - Such is Steve Smith's dominance during a stellar Ashes campaign, his dismissal for 80 on day two at The Oval was something of a triumph for England's dogged pacemen and a cause for celebration in the British media.
PLATAFORMA DE GREDOS, Spain (Reuters) - Slovenian Primoz Roglic is poised to win the Vuelta a Espana after retaining the leader's red jersey on Saturday as his compatriot Tadej Pogacar won the decisive stage 20 in the mountains with a stunning display of solo climbing.
SAPPORO, Japan (Reuters) - England coach Eddie Jones nailed his colours to the mast ahead of their World Cup opener against Tonga on Sunday by picking a powerful, mobile side to go toe-for-toe with the Pacific islanders in what he says will be a "ferocious battle".
DOHA (Reuters) - Tajay Gayle, Jamaica's first world long-jump champion, can go on to break the world record, his coach Stephen Francis said on Sunday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi has appealed to rugby chiefs not to let the game go "soft" after being penalised for the way he carried the ball into the tackle in Australia's loss to Wales in Sunday's Rugby World Cup Pool D blockbuster.
(Reuters) - Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has played down his team's chances of a top-four finish and an automatic Champions League spot despite thumping 10-man Newcastle United 5-0 on Sunday to climb to third in the Premier League.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Male stars of college basketball and football will likely reap the greatest immediate gains from California's new law allowing student athletes to profit from endorsement deals, but female athletes, and women's sports generally, could be big winners in the long run.