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Master those tough approach shots

Make the right shot selection and make it count by executing it well every time.

Venus Williams will not be charged in Florida fatal accident - report

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Reuters) - Tennis star Venus Williams will not face any criminal charges in relation to a June fatal traffic accident she was involved in near her Florida residence, the Sun-Sentinel newspaper reported on Wednesday, quoting police.

Florida police say Venus Williams entered intersection lawfully before crash

(Reuters) - Florida police said on Friday that a newly surfaced video shows that tennis star Venus Williams was acting lawfully when she drove her sports utility vehicle into an intersection before a fatal crash with another car on June 9.

Magnussen to start from pit lane in Bahrain

MANAMA (Reuters) - Renault's Kevin Magnussen will start Sunday's Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix from the pitlane for failing to stop for mandatory weighing during Friday practice.

Napoli star held up at gunpoint, robbed in city centre

NAPLES, Italy (Reuters) - Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne was held up at gunpoint and robbed as he was driving through crime-plagued Naples over the weekend, his agent said on Monday.

Brazil penpix of likely squad for World Cup finals

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's squad for the World Cup finals is likely to comprise the following 23 players:

Brazil penpix of likely squad for World Cup finals

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's squad for the World Cup finals is likely to comprise the following 23 players:

'Everything is fine', Pistorius told guard after shooting girlfriend

PRETORIA (Reuters) - Around 10 minutes after shooting dead his model girlfriend through a locked toilet door, South African track star Oscar Pistorius told a housing estate security guard "everything is fine", his murder trial heard on Friday.

Defensive riding the key to safety on busy roads

IT’S sad when tragedy strikes. What more when a youngster – with so much still to live for – is killed in an accident.

London wins early "gold" in quiet Olympic commute

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's much maligned public transport system coped with an unusually quiet early rush hour on the first full working day of the Olympics on Monday, winning an early gold for carrying one million spectators smoothly through Europe's busiest commute.