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Friday , July 7 , 2017
 
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Australia A players not to tour SA

Australia's 'A' tour of South Africa has fallen victim to the pay dispute between the players and Cricket Australia after the squad decided on Thursday not to travel in the absence of a new agreement....   | Read..
 

Tomic is dropped by sponsor after being fined

Head, the tennis racket manufacturer, has dropped its sponsorship of Australian player Bernard Tomic after his comments that he had been "bored" during his first-round exit from Wimbledon....   | Read..
 

Vijender must move up to next level: Amir

Former light welterweight world champion Amir Khan thinks time is now ripe for Vijender Singh to graduate to the next level in the professional circuit and fight against top boxers like Manny Pacqu......   | Read..
 

I'm back to being Ringo: McIlroy

Rory McIlroy joked he was now like Beatles drummer Ringo Starr having fallen to number four in the world rankings ahead of this week's Irish Open....   | Read..
 

Bethanie's horrific injury

Screams echoed around the Wimbledon after a horrific injury to American player Bethanie Mattek-Sands. The wild card collapsed in agony, clutching her right knee, after a shocking fall at the start ......   | Read..
 

Kohli leads India's reply

Mohammed Shami, playing his second ODI since comeback from a long injury lay-off, bagged four wickets as an under-fire India produced a disciplined bowling effort to restrict West Indies to 205 for......   | Read..
 

Captain Root makes merry

New England captain Joe Root rode his luck to make a battling unbeaten 184 and lift the hosts to a commanding 357 for five on the opening day of the first Test against South Africa at Lord's on Thu......   | Read..
 

Former chess world champion Garry Kasparov is coming out of retirement to play in a US tournament next month, organisers announced on Thursday. Kasparov, who dominated the game for more than 15 yea......   | Read..
 

Biswajit optimistic

Mohammedan Sporting coach Biswajit Bhattacharjee is hoping things will fall into place for the club in the ensuing season....   | Read..
 

Manpreet and Lakshmanan impress

Shot putter Manpreet Kaur and long distance runner G Lakshmanan grabbed gold medals on a remarkable opening day for India at the 22nd Asian Athletics Championships as the hosts won seven medals to ......   | Read..
 

Novak races into third round

Novak Djokovic raced into the Wimbledon third round on Thursday, but has yet to be given a real workout....   | Read..
 

Openers guide SL to victory

Openers Niroshan Dickwella and Danushka Gunathilaka hit sublime centuries to help Sri Lanka humble Zimbabwe by eight wickets in the third ODI here on Thursday....   | Read..
 

United agree to $97m deal for striker Lukaku

Manchester United have agreed to a $97-million deal for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, a source close to the negotiations said on Thursday....   | Read..
 

Germany first, India are 96th

The Indian football team on Thursday rose to the 96th spot in the latest Fifa rankings, its best ever in the last two decades and the second best overall....   | Read..
 
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