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MONTE CARLO: Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic demonstrated their superior class on clay as they eased into the quarterfinals of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday.Claycourt wizard Nadal...
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Fulham big mover on last day of transfer window

LONDON: Fulham claimed Germany midfielder Lewis Holtby and Greece striker Kostas Mitroglou while Cardiff accepted the loan of winger Wilfried Zaha from Manchester United as struggling English Premier



Federer puts Swiss ahead in Serbia

PARIS: Roger Federer got Switzerland off the mark in their Davis Cup World Group opener against Serbia on Friday as France, Germany and Kazakhstan also took early leads.



Sharapova, Pavlyuchenkova into Open GDF semis

PARIS: Top-seeded Maria Sharapova thrashed eighth-seeded Kirsten Flipkens of Belgium 6-2, 6-2 on Friday to set up an all-Russian semifinal against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova at the Open Gaz de France.



Yang and Watson set pace at Phoenix Open

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona: South Korean Yang Yong-eun birdied six of his last nine holes to surge into a share of the lead in the Phoenix Open first round while Phil Mickelson launched his title defense wit



Burger, Reilly lead winners in Marriott Ladies Golf Tournament

The Dirab Ladies Group held its first tournament of 2014 on Wednesday.



Dominant Ginebra hits back at San Mig Coffee

Playing with gung-ho killer instinct all night long, Barangay Ginebra just tilted the war of wills with San Mig Coffee in its favor.



Al-Shammeri seizes lead in Rally Jeddah

Saudi driver Rajeh Farhan Al-Shammeri edged into a useful lead of 4min 06sec in the new Rally Jeddah after the opening 138km selective section through the Saudi desert on Friday morning.



McIlroy holds on to lead in Dubai

DUBAI: Rory McIlroy endured a frustrating day on the greens at the Dubai Desert Classic on Friday, but he still reached the tournament's halfway stage with a one-stroke lead.



Black Caps crush India by 87 runs

WELLINGTON: A Ross Taylor-inspired New Zealand crushed India by 87 runs in the fifth and final one-day international in Wellington on Friday to extend the tourists' miserable run against the Black Cap



Australia piles on agony for England

MELBOURNE: Australia continued England's miserable tour with an emphatic eight-wicket victory to claim the Twenty20 series with a match to spare at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Friday.

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