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MADRID (Reuters) - Gerard Pique boldly describes the inaugural edition of the revamped Davis Cup as a 'new era for tennis' but amidst all the glitz and glamour in Madrid's La Caja Majica there was only gloom for reigning champions Croatia on Monday.
(Reuters) - European Tour Commissioner Keith Pelley says the tour will play again in Saudi Arabia in 2020 and is "perplexed" at the criticism received for staging a tournament there for the first time in January.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City stumbled to the most sensational defeat of the Premier League season on Saturday before neighbours Manchester United began their brave new world under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with a glorious reminder of long-forgotten attacking swagger.
LILLE, France (Reuters) - The Davis Cup is entering a brave new world -- but it is not leaving the old one quietly.
LONDON (Reuters) - Keith Glass took the balls to serve during the second set of his match against Anthony Fawcett in the 1975 Surrey grass court championships and served, and served and served... and served.
LONDON (Reuters) - It was meant to be an opportunity to let England's young lions roam free to demonstrate how they may just be equipped to inject fear into the two best teams in world football.
MILAN (Reuters) - The future arrived late but after some old-fashioned glitches, two Russian trailblazers fired the first shots in what could be a revolution in tennis at the Next Gen ATP Finals on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has praised his former manager Mauricio Pochettino and is hopeful of reuniting with the Tottenham Hotspur coach in the future.
PARK CITY, Utah (Reuters) - LA2028 Chairman Casey Wasserman knows full well that he, and the rest of the world, will look very different by the time the cauldron is lit for the opening ceremony of the 2028 Summer Games.
LONDON (Reuters) - After a first week in the Premier League that saw the champions Chelsea toppled and 31 goals flying in, the victories by Manchester's clubs on the opening weekend suggested they could be the teams to chase this term.