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(Reuters) - Emma Raducanu has spent her time hopping from one media interview to another since her fairytale U.S. Open triumph and how she deals with her new-found fame could be as important as her tennis skills for her long-term success.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Emma Raducanu's life changed in a New York minute on Saturday when she beat Canadian Leylah Fernandez 6-4 6-3 in the U.S. Open final, capping her improbable rise from 150th-ranked qualifier to Grand Slam champion.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Retired athletes voiced their support for four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka on Saturday after she said she would take a break from tennis having lost her enthusiasm for competition.
(Reuters) - As the United States put the finishing touches to preparations for this week's Solheim Cup, the American women have been enjoying a slew of advice from twice Masters champion Bubba Watson.
LONDON (Reuters) - Want a Brazil jersey owned by Pele? An All Blacks shirt signed by Dan Carter? A New York Yankees photo autographed by Derek Jeter? David Beckham’s AC Milan shirt?
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THE Olympic Games is supposed to highlight excellence, unity and good sporting behaviour — of what’s exemplary, of what’s outstanding and noble.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Battered by scandal on the eve of the opening ceremony, Tokyo 2020 organisers have the chance to patch up the Games' image when they reveal today who will carry the Olympic flame for the final few steps to light the stadium's cauldron.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Olympics sponsors are cancelling or scaling back booths and promotional events tied to the Tokyo 2020 Games, frustrated by "very last minute" decisions by organisers and a delay on whether spectators would be allowed, sources told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Andy Murray is cashing in on the craze for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) by selling the "moment" he won the Wimbledon tennis tournament in 2013 in the latest such high-profile auction.