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Tennis Queens Hewitt and Kyrgios to play Queen’s doubles

LONDON — Lleyton Hewitt will look to help fine tune Nick Kyrgios‘s grass court game this season as he pairs with Australia’s top men’s player for the doubles event at Queen’s. While question marks remain over Kyrgios’s participation at the French Open next week, he

Rebels show hand early for Tipp tussle

Ronan McCarthy has named his Cork team to take on Tipperary in their Munster SFC semi-final showdown in Thurles on Saturday night (7pm).  The Premier cruised past Waterford at the weekend in a 0-20 to 0-09 victory to give themselves a crack at Cork in

USADA informs UFC heavyweight Fabricio Werdum of possible doping violation

The United States Anti-Doping Agency has notified former UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum of a potential doping violation, the UFC announced Tuesday. The potential violation stems from an out-of-competition drug test submitted on April 25. As is customary under the UFC’s anti-doping program, no further

Seattle Mariners put Dee Gordon on DL with fractured toe

Seattle Mariners second baseman Dee Gordon has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a fractured toe, marking the latest setback at the position for Seattle. The Mariners have not announced a timeline for how long Gordon will be sidelined, and they have not

‘Colm’s presence was badly missed in that Tyrone team’

Sean Cavanagh believes the half-time substitution of his brother Colm deprived Tyrone of the nous and leadership the Red Hand so desperately needed when their Ulster SFC clash with Monaghan was there to be won. Manager Mickey Harte started Cavanagh, who had recovered from a

Why no NHL players made the World Fame 100 list

For ESPN The Magazine’s third annual World Fame 100 issue, we calculated the most famous athletes in sports. For the second year in a row, no hockey players cracked the top 100. To find the 100 most famous athletes in the world, we started with