Federer withdraws from French Open after undergoing knee surgery

Roger Federer has announced he will miss this year's French Open after undergoing knee surgery. The 20-time grand slam champion went under the knife in Switzerland yesterday. Federer, 38, wrote on Twitter: "My right knee has been bothering me for a little while. "I hoped it would go away but

Tyson breaks down in tears and admits he is 'nothing' without boxing

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UEFA president Ceferin says FFP rules could change in the future

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Eddie Hearn promises Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury this year after Wilder win

Eddie Hearn has promised to make a fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury happen in 2020. Fury produced a masterclass to stop Deontay Wilder in the seventh round in Las Vegas and claim the WBC heavyweight crown. It opens up the mouth-watering prospect of a clash with WBA, WBO

Van Dijk shows type of person he is with message to Pearson after defeat

Virgil van Dijk demonstrated his class following Liverpool's defeat by Watford. The Reds suffered their first Premier League loss of the season against the Hornets last weekend, meaning they can no longer finish the campaign as Invincibles. Liverpool were understandably disappointed to slip up in the way they did, with

Robin Goodfellow's racing tips for Wednesday, March 4

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Why Wolves ARE ready to gatecrash the Champions League this season

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‘Come with a better question’: Kohli’s spat with Kiwi journo

India captain Virat Kohli’s tetchy on-field behaviour during his side’s Test whitewash defeat to New Zealand in to the post-match press conference, engaging in an unseemly conflict with a local journalist whose straightforward question got under his skin. Riled by New Zealand supporters throughout the series, Kohli appeared to mouth

Clubs beef up global scouting with work permit rules set to be relaxed

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Harlem on song for tilt at Cup history

Underrated stayer Harlem is poised to reward Lindsay Park’s faith with an unprecedented third Group 1 Australian Cup triumph, according to co-trainer Ben Hayes. Veteran of 38 starts, French import Harlem boasts five victories with four at black-type level, including two Australian Cups and a Group 3 Naturalism in his