LOS ANGELES: Unbeaten Floyd Mayweather’s usual conservative style might not be enough to hold off Filipino ring icon Manny Pacquiao, former heavyweight world champion Mike Tyson has warned.
SYDNEY: Pakistan clinched a thrilling 29-run win over South Africa at the World Cup on Saturday to put themselves on course for the quarter-finals, while Ireland were also in sight of a last-eight pla
AUCKLAND: Pakistan coach Waqar Younis senses his team are developing the same belief which propelled Imran Khan’s “cornered tigers” to the World Cup in 1992 after their thrilling victory over South Af
ATLANTA: In a preview of what might be to come in the playoffs, Atlanta beat Cleveland 106-97 on Friday, as the NBA Eastern Conference leader denied the Cavaliers a chance to go top of the Central Div
GLASGOW, Scotland: Bob and Mike Bryan kept the United States alive in its Davis Cup first-round tie against Britain, holding off a comeback by Jamie Murray and Dominic Inglot to win Saturday’s doubles
LONDON: Giant-killers Bradford City’s progress in the FA Cup was suspended at the quarterfinal stage on Saturday after they were held to a 0-0 draw by Championship side Reading.
SINGAPORE: Park In-Bee opened up a two-shot lead at the HSBC Women’s Champions on Saturday but teenage world number one Lydia Ko was snapping at her heels after her best round of the week.
PRAGUE: Katarina Johnson-Thompson of Britain won her first big title by claiming the women’s pentathlon on the opening day of the European Indoor Championships on Friday.
BIRMINGHAM: Saina Nehwal, the world number three from India, overcame another significant barrier when she reached the final of the All-England championships for the first time in seven appearances.
NAPIER: After being flattened by an Australian “freight train” this week, Afghanistan face the unenviable task of picking themselves up to face New Zealand’s World Cup juggernaut at McLean Park on Sun
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