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Tommy Fleetwood struggles at BMW International Open

2:48 PM ET ESPN staff Tommy Fleetwood was one of many who failed to cope with blustery conditions at the BMW International Open as Sebastien Gros carded a 68 to take an early lead It was a difficult day in Germany with more than three

Roger Federer beats Benoit Paire at Gerry Weber Open

HALLE, Germany — Defending champion Roger Federer survived two match points against Benoit Paire to reach the quarterfinals of the Gerry Weber Open with a 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (7) win on Thursday. Paire rallied after losing the first set to take the second, and the

Claressa Shields is well on her way to stardom

The plan is in place for Claressa Shields, the face of women’s boxing in the United States. Now all she needs to do is execute it. She was the best female amateur boxer in the world for years, fashioning a 77-1 record (loss avenged) and

Daniel Ricciardo: McLaren in talks with Red Bull driver

Daniel Ricciardo (right) has won seven grands prix, whilst Fernando Alonso (left) has won 32 McLaren are in talks with Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo about driving for them in Formula 1 next year. The Australian, 28, is out of contract at the end of this

Tour de France: Adam Yates to lead Mitchelton-Scott team

Adam Yates (left) was second behind Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas at the Criterium du Dauphine this month Britain’s Adam Yates will lead Australian team Mitchelton-Scott’s challenge at the Tour de France, with the aim of finishing on the podium. Yates, 25, who will be making