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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India batting great Sachin Tendulkar says cricket should revisit the rule of using two new balls in one-day games in order to revive the moribund art of reverse swing in the format.
BELFAST (Reuters) - After winning nine consecutive World Cup qualifying matches and leading their group until the very last game, Switzerland now find themselves back to square one as they face an uncomfortable two-leg playoff against Northern Ireland.
WORLD number one Dustin Johnson, who led the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai after the second round on Friday, shares with us what got him to the top of the tree and how he keeps himself in the zone – on and off the course. Following are excerpts of an interview with the world’s top-ranked golfer, and more.
(Advisory - Use of language in third paragraph that some readers may find offensive)
(Reuters) - Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber said on Wednesday that he expected to be celebrating soon with David Beckham on his ownership of a new club in Miami pending the resolution of a "couple of issues".
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.
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.