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NEW YORK (Reuters) - There will be no shortage of big-name players in action when the U.S. Open begins on Monday but the talk around New York for days has centred around the marquee matchup between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland coach Joe Schmidt lambasted his players for missing 34 tackles and looking sluggish in defence after they were thrashed 57-15 by England at Twickenham on Saturday.
(Reuters) - As many as 10 women competing at this year's U.S. Open have a realistic shot at raising the trophy including all-time great Serena Williams and big-hitting teenager Bianca Andreescu.
(Reuters) - Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova will have their first ever clash at Flushing Meadows at the U.S. Open next week after being drawn against each other in the first round.
HONG KONG: HSBC Holdings Plc, the bank that shook up its senior leadership this month, is considering a bid for Asian operations being sold by Aviva Plc as it seeks ways to diversify its business in the region, people with knowledge of the matter said.
(Reuters) - In the twilight of her remarkable career Serena Williams is more often the sentimental favourite rather than the bettors' choice but the 37-year-old American will be both as she heads to the U.S. Open chasing an elusive 24th record-equalling Grand Slam.
(Reuters) - Former world number one Serena Williams will begin her 2020 season with a return to the Auckland Open in January, her first appearance at the tournament since she was ousted in the second round in 2017.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland flyhalf Joey Carbery has been ruled out for 4-6 weeks after sustaining an ankle injury in Saturday's opening World Cup warm-up, handing coach Joe Schmidt a selection dilemma just over five weeks before the tournament begins.
(Reuters) - Duncan Taylor will get the chance to claim a berth in Scotland's Rugby World Cup squad after being selected for the first time in two years for their match against France on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Serena Williams withdrew from the Cincinnati Masters on Tuesday due to back problems just days after spasms forced her to retire from the Rogers Cup final in Toronto.