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LONDON (Reuters) - If England win the Nations League this year it will be a greater achievement than reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals in Russia, captain Harry Kane said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - International captain Ernie Els has named Korea's K.J. Choi, South Africa's Trevor Immelman and Canada's Mike Weir as his assistants for this year's Presidents Cup in Australia, the PGA Tour said on Tuesday.
MIAMI (Reuters) - As a player James Blake endured many a rain delay but on Tuesday the Miami Open tournament director was forced to sit through a painful day-long drizzle, delaying what was expected to be a record-smashing move from Crandon Park to Hard Rock Stadium.
Remote-controlled robot jockeys lined up at a major camel racing festival in northeastern Egypt, as owners came under pressure from campaigns to stop using child riders.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's veteran leg-spinner Imran Tahir conceded only five runs in a decisive super over as they beat Sri Lanka in their opening Twenty20 International on Tuesday after both teams had finished their innings with the same score.
(Reuters) - The owner of the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots could be spared prosecution on charges of soliciting prostitution in Florida if he agrees to community service and other obligations, a spokesman for prosecutors said on Tuesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris St Germain have won a legal battle against UEFA after European football’s governing body tried to reopen its investigation into the French club's spending on transfer fees and wages.
(Reuters) - Torino defender Ola Aina has been banned for three games after being sent off in stoppage time during their 3-2 home defeat to Bologna, Serie A's disciplinary committee said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Bianca Andreescu has brushed aside several big-name players during her meteoric rise in women's tennis, but the Canadian teenager is wary for now of injuries, and not opponents, becoming the biggest obstacle in her career.
PARIS (Reuters) - French judges have issued international arrest warrants for two former Russian athletics officials as part of an investigation of doping cover-ups, a legal source said on Tuesday.