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  • US Open 2016: Djokovic survives scare, advances to second round

    US Open 2016: Djokovic survives scare, advances to second round

    Also exiting was Olympic champion Monica Puig with the Puerto Rican losing 6-4, 6-2 to China's Zheng Saisai. As temperatures reached into the 90s in NY, the six-foot 10-inch Isner needed 35 aces to defeat the 18-year-old from Maryland, who failed to serve out for the match in the final set.

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  • Bristol again delayed by rain

    Bristol again delayed by rain

    Once inside the top-10, he took advantage of other drivers having trouble to wrestle the lead away and was able to hold off Stenhouse the closing laps to score the win. "I don't know", Busch said. "I tried to make up for it and got loose". "I'm really exhausted of losing races here with [parts failures]". Harvick dominated the later portions of the race after Kyle Busch , who led 256 laps, had a part failure and crashed.

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  • Murray set to pounce in New York

    Murray set to pounce in New York

    Top seed Serena Williams showed no signs of the right shoulder injury that plagued her summer hardcourt season, facing down a seasoned opponent easily in the first round of the US Open, defeating two-time Grand Slam semifinalist Ekaterina Makarova, 6-3, 6-3.

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  • Dana White UFC 202 Post-Fight Interview

    Speaking about the possibility the UFC may make him vacate the featherweight title if he refused to defend it in his next bout, McGregor said he didn't think that was likely. Diaz continued to attack in Round 3, and for the final 90 seconds of Round 4, the fighters stood in the centre of the cage and exchanged punches. "I don't know what Nate was doing when he goes out there and boxes".

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  • 49ers Great Jerry Rice Slams Colin Kaepernick: 'Don't Disrespect the Flag'

    The thing is, Kaepernick is not the first atlete who has taken a stand (or, a seat) against the national anthem either. The NFL and the 49ers. will most likely say he has a right to his own feeling, but I think his actions are a slap in the face to police officers around the Country.and, not to mention a slap in the face to all present military personnel and those who have served to protect this country.

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  • Joe Hart Joins Torino On Loan

    The England global goalkeeper found himself second choice behind Willy Caballero for City's opening games of 2016-17, with Claudio Bravo's arrival from Barcelona seemingly demoting Hart to third choice. I'm pleased to be able to play in a great and hard league which is Serie A. "The Staff already know Lombardo, with Attilio we worked in Manchester and we also won, we hope to relive many attractive emotions together".

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  • River buscará un nuevo título internacional ante Independiente Santa Fe

    River buscará un nuevo título internacional ante Independiente Santa Fe

    River, campeón de la Copa Libertadores de América 2015, y el conjunto colombiano, ganador de la Copa Sudamericana del mismo año, jugarán en el estadio Monumental de Núñez con el arbitraje del peruano Víctor Hugo Carrillo , quien estará acompañado por sus compatriotas asistentes Jonny Bossio , Coty Carrera (jueces de línea) y Miguel Santibáñez (cuarto árbitro ).

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  • Jack Wilshere Finalising Loan Move, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace Options

    Jack Wilshere Finalising Loan Move, Bournemouth and Crystal Palace Options

    The 24-year-old midfielder has struggled with serious injuries over the past few years. Arsenal are in eighth position in the Premier League table after collecting just four points from their opening three top-flight games. Wilshere previously spent a loan spell with Bolton Wanderers back in 2010 before breaking into Arsenal's first-team. Juventus are considered favourites to sign Wilshere in the next two days as the transfer period closes on Wednesday 11pm BST.

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  • Stadium Authority makes changes before first Vikings home game

    Peterson helped put the game out of reach for the Chargers as he ran through a depleted San Diego defense for 126 yards and two touchdowns, all within the first three quarters. Chargers: Sixth-round draft pick Drew Kaser dropped three punts inside the 10-yard line . QB depth chart: Bridgewater played the entire first half and did impressive work despite protection issues.

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  • Vikings Announce Full Extent Of Teddy Bridgewater's Injury

    Vikings Announce Full Extent Of Teddy Bridgewater's Injury

    All the injuries were suffered on a non-contact play. An ambulance was brought in to transport the third-year quarterback to the hospital, where he was undergoing tests at the time Zimmer spoke to the media. "We're not going to stick our heads in the sand, tuck our tail between our legs", Zimmer later added. Blaine Gabbert, who is also in the running for the starting job, won't play because he has gotten 30 more plays in the preseason and Kelly does not need to evaluate him further.

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  • Vikings fans prefer Bucs' Mike Glennon for new QB

    Fifteen year veteran Shaun Hill is listed as Minnesota's backup, followed by undrafted rookie and former Wisconsin Badger Joel Stave. Surgical fix will be scheduled within the next few days. He missed the second preseason game with a shoulder issue, but featured on Sunday against San Diego. We're going to tuck our tail between our legs. Everybody loves him.

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  • Snubbed Knox admits Ryder Cup will be hard to watch

    But the 48-year-old insisted Westwood had not been selected because of the pair's longstanding friendship, adding: " I selected him because he brings something that no one else can bring to the Ryder Cup. Westwood admitted he was relieved to get the captain's call ahead of other less experienced but younger campaigners like Luke Donald and Graeme McDowell .

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  • Manchester City's Wilfried Bony joins Stoke City on loan

    Manchester City's Wilfried Bony joins Stoke City on loan

    If he is found guilty by a panel of former officials, Aguero could receive a three-match ban. 'Each panel member will review the video footage independently of one another to determine whether they consider it a sending-off offence. The Ivory Coast global has been deemed surplus requirements by new City coach Pep Guardiola and will spend 2016-17 out on loan at Mark Hughes' Stoke.

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  • Wayne Rooney to quit England after 2018 World Cup

    He said: "Realistically Russia will be my last opportunity to do anything with England so I'm going to try and enjoy these two years". "Wayne's position has changed at Manchester United", Allardyce said, "and that's the sort of position I'd be looking for him to be playing in".

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  • Blue Jays fall to Orioles 5-3 on Wieters' homer

    The Baltimore Orioles moved to within three games of American League East-leading Toronto with a 5-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Tuesday evening. Michael Saunders tied it at 3 with a two-run homer against Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez in the seventh.

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  • Magallón confirma su fichaje con Lanús

    En entrevista con TDN , el defensor Jonny Magallón oficializó su traspaso al Club Lanús de Argentina . Como ya lo habían anunciado medios de de aquel país , Lanús será el nuevo club del nacido en Ocotlán, Jalisco. Y quien está muy cerca de sumarse al equipo dirigido por Jorge Almirón es el mexicano Jonny Magallón , de 34 años, que viene de terminar su contrato con León.

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  • Nico Rosberg: "I am so happy to win here in Spa"

    Nico Hulkenberg equalled his best-ever result in F1 by taking fourth ahead of Force India team-mate Sergio Perez and Vettel while McLaren's Fernando Alonso, who started alongside Hamilton on the back row , produced the drive of the drive to fight to seventh.

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  • Belgian GP halted after Kevin Magnussen crash

    First, a slow-starting Verstappen - in front of an army of Dutch supporters - was gobbled up by the Ferrari duo of Vettel and Raikkonen before Vettel turned into his team-mate, with Raikkonen then bumping into Verstappen. The Briton's rise through the order was helped by the first corner chaos and the subsequent Magnussen crash. His Italian teammate Luigi Fagioli finished second while Talbot-Lago driver Louis Rosier of France came in third.

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  • Froome takes stage 11 to close gap to Quintana

    Thanks to the time bonuses awarded at the finish, Froome moved up to just 54 seconds back on red jersey holder Quintana in the overall standings, with Valverde third overall at 1:05. "We arrived together, but (Froome) was faster at the end", Quintana said. Leopold Konig was alongside his Team Sky leader, too, and it was the Czech's efforts which closed the gap to Chaves as the gradient approached the one-in-five mark again.

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  • Smith to leave Sri Lanka tour early

    Dilshan, 39, has been one of Sri Lanka's most consistent performers in ODI cricket, especially over the last few years. Seam bowler James Faulkner took a hat-trick later in the innings to help Australia bowl Sri Lanka just shy of their allotted 50 overs.

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  • Colin Kaepernick tries to focus while controversy swirls

    Kaepernick has since gone on to say that he will "continue to sit" during the anthem until he sees improvements in United States race relations. "You have Hillary who has called black teens or black kids super predators, you have Donald Trump who's openly racist", Kaepernick said, according to CBS Sports .

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  • Rosberg downplays Hamilton's engine advantage

    Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo split the Mercedes drivers following another exemplary performance. He was already destined to join Hamilton at the back of the grid, the defending champion having collected a 55-place grid penalty for taking three power units.

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  • Jack Wilshere deciding between Crystal Palace and Bournemouth

    Wilshere appeared to have choice between Crystal Palace and Bournemouth as his destination on a season-long loan. Their sporting director Frank Baumann spoke on Tuesday of his confidence the winger's arrival was imminent, and after the signing was confirmed said: "We are delighted that Serge has chose to sign for us, even though he had a number of different options".

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  • Goalkeeper Joe Hart joins Torino on loan from Man City

    And the arrival of Claudio Bravo last week from Barcelona confirmed that Hart has no future at Manchester City, with the player quickly getting down to the business of finding a new club. "To have succeeded in signing him gives us all great satisfaction and attests for our ambitions of wanting to build an even better, more competitive squad.

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