FEDERER SEEKS TO REIGNITE COMEBACK BID AFTER STUTTGART STUMBLE

FEDERER SEEKS TO REIGNITE COMEBACK BID AFTER STUTTGART STUMBLE

FEDERER SEEKS TO REIGNITE COMEBACK BID AFTER STUTTGART STUMBLE Federer had no regrets about missing the French Open to focus on Wimbledon but said it was a move he was unlikely to repeat. FEDERER : PARIS – After his comeback was cut short by Tommy Haas in Stuttgart last week, Roger Federer is eager to get a win under his belt in the opening round of the Gerry Weber Open in Halle as the Swiss gears up for another tilt at Wimbledon. Federer, who was stunned 2-6, 7-6(8), 6-4 by…

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MCENROE SUGGESTS MEN VS WOMEN CONTEST TO SOLVE SERENA DEBATE

MCENROE SUGGESTS MEN VS WOMEN CONTEST TO SOLVE SERENA DEBATE

MCENROE SUGGESTS MEN VS WOMEN CONTEST TO SOLVE SERENA DEBATE John McEnroe said that Serena Williams was “the best female player ever” but said her performance on the men’s circuit would be an “entirely different story.” NEW YORK – An unapologetic John McEnroe has proposed competition between men and women players to prove his claim that 23-time grand slam singles winner Serena Williams would be ranked “like 700 in the world” if she competed on the men’s circuit. Three-time Wimbledon champion McEnroe said Williams was “the best female player ever” but said her performance…

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FEDERER AND NADAL PRIMED FOR DREAM WIMBLEDON FINAL REPRISE

FEDERER AND NADAL PRIMED FOR DREAM WIMBLEDON FINAL REPRISE

FEDERER AND NADAL PRIMED FOR DREAM WIMBLEDON FINAL REPRISE FEDERER : The Wimbledon seedings, to be confirmed on Wednesday, and Friday’s draw will determine whether the titans could meet on Centre Court. LONDON – Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have shared the grand slam spoils this year and it would take a hard heart not to hope for a fairytale rematch next month of their epic 2008 Wimbledon final. Federer, 35, prevailed in their five-set battle in Australia to win a record-extending 18th slam, but sat out the claycourt season in which…

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NO BLAME GAME AT MERCEDES AFTER HEADREST FAILURE

NO BLAME GAME AT MERCEDES AFTER HEADREST FAILURE

NO BLAME GAME AT MERCEDES AFTER HEADREST FAILURE The triple champion was comfortably leading an already eventful race when the headrest material worked loose, forcing him to pit for safety reasons and dropping him out of the podium places. LONDON – Formula One world champions Mercedes refused to play the blame game on Monday as they sought answers for a headrest failure that cost Lewis Hamilton a victory in Azerbaijan. The triple champion was comfortably leading an already eventful race when the headrest material worked loose, forcing him to pit for safety reasons…

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DEFENDER ALVES CONFIRMS JUVENTUS EXIT

DEFENDER ALVES CONFIRMS JUVENTUS EXIT

DEFENDER ALVES CONFIRMS JUVENTUS EXIT DEFENDER : The 34-year-old joined Juventus on a two-year contract from Barcelona last June and made 33 appearances as the club sealed the domestic double for the third successive year. Juventus Defender from Brazil Dani Alves celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Champions League semi final second leg football match Juventus vs Monaco, on 9 May, 2017 at the Juventus stadium in Turin. Picture: AFP. BENGALURU – Defender Dani Alves has confirmed that he has left Serie A champions Juventus after one season in Italy, with Manchester…

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FROOME STILL TIPPED TO BE TOUR’S HOTTEST RIDER

FROOME STILL TIPPED TO BE TOUR'S HOTTEST RIDER

FROOME STILL TIPPED TO BE TOUR’S HOTTEST RIDER FROOME STILL : Chris Froome’s main rivals all seem short of the combination of ingredients needed to unsettle Froome’s Team Sky machine. DUESSELDORF, GERMANY – Chris Froome may look far from his best and might say this year’s route does him no favours, but the Briton is the overwhelming favourite to win his fourth Tour de France crown next month. His main rivals – an ageing Alberto Contador, a too-cautious Nairo Quintana and an unreliable Richie Porte – all seem short of the combination…

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Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse

Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse

Australians ditch religion at rapid rate, becoming more diverse Australians : Australia is becoming older and more diverse — both culturally and religiously — according to new datafrom the country’s census. While the first census in 1911 found the average Australian was a 24-year-old man, last year the typical Aussie was a married 38-year-old woman, who lives in a three-bedroom house, with two kids and two cars. The census, which is conducted every five years, found that Asians now make up the largest percentage of the overseas-born population, jumping from in 2011 — 32.9%…

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Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR

Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR

Arizona Sunshine Review: Burning Bright On PSVR Arizona Sunshine made quite the splash when it launched for virtual reality platforms on PC late last year, giving players a chance to blast their way through a smoldering zombie apocalypse. The game is now available for the PlayStation VR, but how well did it translate to Sony’s home console? The short answer to that question is “surprisingly well.” I’ve been impressed with the PlayStation Move controllers since they first launched for the PlayStation 3 several years back and, though it is considered underpowered in comparison…

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ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends

ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends

ARMS Update Adds New Ways To Play With Friends   ARMS Update : ARMS hasn’t even been out two weeks and already Nintendo is bolting on some new content. The most recent patch for this unique take on the fighting genre actually adds some new ways to experience the game. While this first update to ARMS doesn’t add in any new fighters, arenas or extreme new game modes, it does include a couple of nice touches that should make playing with friends more enjoyable. According to an update from Gamespot, the first big change to ARMS‘…

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Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario

Best Of E3 Awards Spotlights Mario, Rabbids, And More Mario   Spotlights : It’s been two weeks since E3 2017 wrapped up and shut its doors, and now the official awards and lists are rolling out for various games. The official Game Critics Awards compiled a list of games that were nominated during their display at this year’s event, and a lot of those nominationss went to Mario, the Rabbids… and more Mario. The complete list of the awards are detailed over on the Game Critics Awards website, where there’s a…

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