May 25 It is nine years since former European number one Robert Karlsson last sampled the special atmosphere of the Ryder Cup and he would dearly love to be involved in the biennial team event again next year.
Andy Murray’s wretched form ahead of the next week’s French Open has left pundits including Boris Becker scratching their heads about what exactly is wrong with the world number one.
Second-seed Kei Nishikori saved three consecutive match points in the final set to beat South African Kevin Anderson 2-6 6-4 7-6 in the quarter-finals at the Geneva Open on Thursday.
Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel looked a good bet for Ferrari’s first Monaco Grand Prix victory since 2001 after the fastest lap ever around the metal-fenced street circuit in Thursday practice.
Home favorite Jo-Wilfried Tsonga sauntered into the semi-finals of the Lyon Open with a 6-0 6-4 victory over Russian youngster Karen Khachanov on Thursday.
Novak Djokovic’s decision to work with American great Andre Agassi at the French Open could be an inspired move as he seeks to recover his lost spark, according to John McEnroe.
Wentworth’s new greens have met with popular approval but Chris Wood was almost longing for the old putting surfaces to return after opening his BMW PGA Championship title defense with a 72 on Thursday.
French Open director Guy Forget has said he was under no pressure to award a wildcard entry to two-times champion Maria Sharapova who returned to action last month following a 15-month doping ban.
More than 250 kiteboarders raced their colorful spectrum of sails over the Mediterranean at speeds of up to 30 km per hour in a bid to land the prestigious Defi Kite title this week.
Lewis Hamilton lapped faster than ever at Monaco as the Mercedes driver and Ferrari’s championship leader Sebastian Vettel set the pace in first practice for Formula One’s showcase race on Thursday.
The season-ending ATP World Tour Finals will remain in London until 2020, the men’s governing body confirmed on Thursday.
La Liga club Barcelona have expressed their support for Argentine striker Lionel Messi and his father after the Spanish Supreme Court upheld their prison sentences over tax fraud charges, although neither are expected to go to jail.
Formula One teams have been told to change the rear jack points on their cars for safety reasons after a recent Formula Four accident that cost British teenager Billy Monger his legs.
Stuttgart Open champion Laura Siegemund has sustained a right knee injury and will miss next week’s French Open, Germany’s Fed Cup captain has said.
After years of legal battles the French Open has begun to expand its facilities, hoping to match other grand slam events – including having a roof over Centre Court to banish weather delays – while preserving its Parisian pizzazz.
Former world number one Victoria Azarenka has been handed a wildcard into next month’s Mallorca Open as she gears up for a return to Wimbledon following the birth of her son last year.
Anthony Rizzo went 3-for-3 with two home runs and starter Kyle Hendricks confined the San Francisco Giants to two runs and five hits as the Chicago Cubs held on for a 5-4 victory Wednesday night.
Mark Davis is moving his NFL team to Las Vegas, but isn’t one to discuss odds when predicting what that might mean for the city in terms of hosting global events.
Tiger Woods may be in the midst of yet another lengthy recovery from his fourth back surgery but the former world number one said on Wednesday he now felt better than he had in years and had no plans to retire from competitive golf.
Veteran Venus Williams could blast through the huge holes in the women’s draw and win her first French Open at the age of 36 next month, according to former world number three Pam Shriver.
Jenson Button was surprised by Fernando Alonso’s decision to race in Sunday’s Indianapolis 500 and said on Wednesday he had no desire to emulate his former team mate.
Fernando Alonso’s Indy 500 adventure could herald McLaren’s return to IndyCar racing and kick start talk about bringing Formula One back to the Brickyard, McLaren executive director Zak Brown said on Wednesday.
Former England captain David Beckham, who won two Major League Soccer titles with the Los Angeles Galaxy, was among the first-time candidates named on the ballot for the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Argentine Juan Martin del Potro suffered a setback to his French Open preparations after losing 7-6(0) 6-4 to qualifier Gastao Elias in the Lyon Open second round while top seed Milos Raonic moved into the quarter-finals on Wednesday.
Security around the Indianapolis 500 will be beefed up this weekend following Monday’s suicide bomb attack in Manchester, England, speedway officials said on Wednesday.
Britain’s Andy Murray, who has suffered a dip in form this year, said on Wednesday it had been hard at times for him to stay motivated since he became world number one last year.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame has made changes to its induction policies, including a fan vote and automatic ballot inclusion for players who met certain criteria during their careers, it announced on Wednesday.
Mets homer 3 times, sink Marauders 8-4
Foley said Tuesday the team’s home opener at T-Mobile Arena will be Oct. 10.
The Ottawa Senators staved off elimination and set the stage for a dramatic finish in the Eastern Conference Final with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Canadian Tire Centre on Tuesday.
Kyrie Irving saved the Cavaliers and set a career playoff high with 42 points in Cleveland’s 112-99 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals on Tuesday.
Spain’s Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by Barcelona soccer star Lionel Messi and stood by a Catalan regional court’s 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud, court documents showed.
Maria Sharapova’s comeback from a doping ban will include an appearance at the Rogers Cup in August after the former world number one was granted a wild card by the organizers of the Toronto tournament on Tuesday.
Long dominated by youth, women’s tennis pushed the boundaries of experience at the Australian Open in January when the combined age of the two finalists, Serena and Venus Williams, topped 70 for the first time.
Nick Kyrgios and Alexander Zverev represent the future of men’s tennis but there current fortunes could hardly be more different as the French Open looms a few days away.
Wendell Young relays the story that Wayne Gretzky has told often, the one about a Stanley Cup Final in 1983, about the New York Islanders sweeping the Edmonton Oilers and those from the losing team happening past the winning locker room following the last game.
If unpredictability is a weapon on a tennis court then no player possesses a more potent threat than maverick Nick Kyrgios, the 22-year-old Australian who divides opinion like no other.
The video of Dominic Thiem’s surprise win over Rafael Nadal last week in Rome will be in high demand for those harboring hopes of stopping the Spaniard’s march towards a 10th French Open crown next week.
North America’s major sports leagues have strict safety procedures at their arenas but have urged fans attending games to be vigilant following Monday’s suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester, England, officials said on Tuesday.
Security worries could create a tense atmosphere at the French Open this year after a bomb attack on a British concert hall killed 22 people, French tennis player Lucas Pouille said on Tuesday.
Olympic 100 meters freestyle champion Kyle Chalmers has pulled out of the world championships in Hungary to have surgery for a heart condition, Swimming Australia (SA) said on Wednesday.
Twice Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso surprised himself with his qualifying success for Sunday’s Indianapolis 500, but the Spaniard knows his biggest challenge will come on race day.
Lugo gives up 7 runs over 3 innings in rehab start
NFL owners voted unanimously on Tuesday to relocate the 2021 Super Bowl to Tampa, Florida, from Los Angeles given delays with a new stadium that will now host the league’s championship game in 2022.
Former Seattle Seahawks player and National Football League Hall of Fame member Cortez Kennedy, 48, died in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday, police said.
NFL owners voted unanimously on Tuesday to relocate the 2021 Super Bowl to Tampa, Florida, from Los Angeles given construction delays on a new stadium that was supposed to host the game, according to a report on the league’s website.
Novak Djokovic could be on the verge of “something special” after teaming up with Andre Agassi for the French Open, former Roland Garros runner-up Henri Leconte said on Tuesday.
For the crews of the sleek catamarans foiling above the sparkling waters of Bermuda’s Great Sound, winning the coveted America’s Cup will be as much about design as sailing.
Rodriguez drives in 4 runs
Colton Sissons’ third goal of the game at 14:00 of the third period broke a tie and led the Predators to a 6-3 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Monday as Nashville clinched their first trip to the Stanley Cup finals.
Stephen Curry scored 36 points and Kevin Durant added 29 points and 12 rebounds as the Golden State Warriors strolled to a 129-115 win over San Antonio Spurs on Monday to complete a four-game sweep of the Western Conference finals.
Twice champion Petra Kvitova is set to play at Wimbledon this summer, less than seven months after she was stabbed by an intruder in her home, a member of her support team told Reuters on Tuesda