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Kyrgios sets up clash with Nadal

Kyrgios sets up clash with Nadal

Home favourite Nick Kyrgios went five sets to ensure an Australian Open showdown with Rafael Nadal yesterday as a series of shocks caused carnage in the women’s draw.

Akaichi brace in vain as Sadd come back to beat Shahania

Akaichi brace in vain as Sadd come back to beat Shahania

Al Sadd registered a 4-2 win over Al Shahania in their QNB Stars League Round 13 clash at the Jassim bin Hamad Stadium yesterday. The result sees reigning champions Sadd remain in third place in the league standings with 27 points.

Barcelona beaten by Valencia in early blow for Setien

Barcelona beaten by Valencia in early blow for Setien

Quique Setien’s honeymoon period lasted less than a fortnight as he tasted his first Barcelona defeat yesterday in his second La Liga game in charge after a 2-0 loss to Valencia.

Double delight for al-Qubaisi in QSTK600

Double delight for al-Qubaisi in QSTK600

Abdulla al-Qubaisi made a clean sweep winning both races during the third round of the Qatar Superstock 600 at the Losail International Circuit yesterday.

Leipzig suffer first loss since October

Leipzig suffer first loss since October

Bundesliga leaders RB Leipzig suffered their first defeat since October as second-half goals by right-back Almamy Toure and winger Filip Kostic gave Eintracht Frankfurt a 2-0 home win yesterday.

Serena not going quietly as Coco makes case as heir

Serena not going quietly as Coco makes case as heir

Serena Williams suffered her earliest exit from the Australian Open since 2006 but the 23-time Grand Slam champion is not ready to hand over the baton to heir apparent Coco Gauff just yet.

Wood stars as England dominate South Africa

Wood stars as England dominate South Africa

Mark Wood starred as England took a huge stride towards securing a series win when they dominated the second day of the fourth and final Test against South Africa at the Wanderers Stadium yesterday.

Pakistan thump sloppy Bangladesh for series win

Pakistan thump sloppy Bangladesh for series win

Skipper Babar Azam and senior batsman Mohamed Hafeez stroked masterful half-centuries to steer Pakistan to a convincing nine-wicket win over a hapless Bangladesh in the second Twenty20 international in Lahore yesterday.

Palmer surges into lead, Tiger battles back at Torrey Pines

Palmer surges into lead, Tiger battles back at Torrey Pines

Ryan Palmer’s birdie blitz vaulted him into a two-stroke lead while Tiger Woods recovered from a terrible start in the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines on Friday.

Leonard leads charge as Clippers cool off Heat

Leonard leads charge as Clippers cool off Heat

Kawhi Leonard recorded his first career triple double with 33 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as the Los Angeles Clippers handed the Miami Heat a rare home loss with a 122-117 victory on Friday.

Through 16 seasons, Manning says he did it ‘my way’

Through 16 seasons, Manning says he did it ‘my way’

Not one for flash or grandstanding, New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday quoting the time-worn wisdom of Frank Sinatra, another New York icon who sang: “I did it my way.”

Williams, Osaka exit as Federer survives scare

Williams, Osaka exit as Federer survives scare

Williams’ bid for a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam was shattered by China’s Wang Qiang, who triumphed in three tough sets

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