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Becker named German federation ‘head of tennis’

Becker named German federation ‘head of tennis’

Six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker will be named as the German Tennis Federation’s (DTB) first ‘head of tennis’, according to AFP subsidiary SID on Monday.

F1 eyeing two more street races in Asia

F1 eyeing two more street races in Asia

Formula One is looking to stage two more street races in Asia as part of a drive to win new fans, one of the sport’s most senior officials told AFP yesterday.

Azarenka withdraws from US Open amid custody fight

Azarenka withdraws from US Open amid custody fight

Two-time US Open runner-up Victoria Azarenka confirmed her withdrawal from the tournament on Monday amid a custody battle concerning her eight-month-old son.

FA under pressure over allegations against head coach

FA under pressure over allegations against head coach

English football’s ruling body the Football Association yesterday came under increasing pressure to hold another enquiry over allegations made by women’s football star Eniola Aluko against England head coach Mark Sampson.

Celtic survive Astana to reach Champions League group stage

Celtic survive Astana to reach Champions League group stage

Celtic qualified for the lucrative Champions League group stage yesterday despite losing 4-3 to Astana in the second leg of their play-off in Kazakhstan.

Familiar failings are proving costly for Spurs and Pochettino

Familiar failings are proving costly for Spurs and Pochettino

Moussa Sissoko is an easy scapegoat. He has been a target for scorn since his unforgettably woeful performance in Tottenham’s defeat by Bayer Leverkusen at Wembley last November, on a night when it looked as though he needed someone to explain the entire concept of football to him.

Klopp feels heat as Liverpool eye Champs League group phase

Klopp feels heat as Liverpool eye Champs League group phase

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp concedes his side are already feeling the pressure this season ahead of the return leg of their Champions League play-off against Hoffenheim today.

‘Blue Roon’ — Rooney form has media purring

‘Blue Roon’ — Rooney form has media purring

Wayne Rooney labelled his 200th Premier League goal in Everton’s 1-1 draw with Manchester City a “sweet moment” and had the British media purring and suggesting yesterday he be recalled to the England squad.

SANZAAR looking into possible Williams concussion miss: report

SANZAAR looking into possible Williams concussion miss: report

Southern hemisphere rugby’s governing body (SANZAAR) is looking into whether medical officials should have conducted concussion tests on New Zealand centre Sonny Bill Williams during Saturday’s Rugby Championship opener against Australia.

Frenchman upsets Malaysian legend Lee

Frenchman upsets Malaysian legend Lee

France’s Brice Leverdez pulled off the first shock of the badminton World Championships by defeating men’s second seed Lee Chong Wei in three games in Glasgow yesterday.

McGregor win would be ‘dreadful’ for boxing, says Horn

McGregor win would be ‘dreadful’ for boxing, says Horn

Australia’s Jeff Horn has given Conor McGregor little chance of beating Floyd Mayweather in Saturday’s super-fight and hopes the American will “annihilate” the mixed martial arts fighter for the sake of boxing.

McGregor must stick to what he knows: former sparring partner

McGregor must stick to what he knows: former sparring partner

Conor McGregor should rely on the skills that have made him a two-weight UFC champ and not try to out-box unbeaten American Floyd Mayweather when the two clash in Las Vegas on Saturday, former sparring partner Steve Collins Junior told Reuters.

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