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Saturday, May 30, 2015
For Serena Williams, it was a bad right elbow that led to some shaky serving and a dropped set. For Novak Djokovic, first it was a balky right hip that needed treatment from a trainer; later came an embarrassing mistake.
New challenges for Williams, Djokovic, Murray
World number one Novak Djokovic gave teenage French Open trailblazer Boran Coric a ringing endorsement Thursday by declaring: "He reminds me of me."
Tennis superstars Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray waded into the great football corruption scandal Thursday, suggesting the game would be better served without FIFA chief Sepp Blatter's iron grip on power.
Eduardo Rodriguez youngest starter for Boston to win debut since 1967
Eduardo Rodriguez threw 7 2/3 scoreless innings to become the youngest Red Sox starter to win in his major league debut on the road since 1967, and Boston beat the Rangers 5-1 to spoil Josh Hamilton's first home game back in Texas on Thursday night.
Tom Thibodeau was fired as coach of the Chicago Bulls on Thursday, unable to bring playoff success despite five winning campaigns with the NBA club.
U.S. President Barack Obama took questions regarding climate change via Twitter on Thursday, but also commented on two hot basketball topics, the NBA Finals and his favorite team, the Chicago Bulls.
Late goals on Thursday took pre-tournament outsiders Namibia and Mozambique to the Cosafa Cup final in northwest South Africa mining village Moruleng.
EA Sports announces inclusion of women's game in its upcoming FIFA 2016 release
Move over, fellas. Women have joined EA Sports' popular soccer video game, making their debut this September in FIFA 2016. Twelve women's national teams, including the United States, will now be included in the game.
Aston Villa is one win away from ending a 19-year wait for a major trophy and it's all getting a bit too much for the second in line to the British throne.
Rory McIlroy can't seem to perform in front of a home crowd. The Northern Ireland star looked bewildered as he shot a 9-over-par 80 -- his worst score of the season -- in Thursday's opening round of the Irish Open. He fell to the bottom of the morning's leaderboard and finished tied for 150th place at the end of the day.
McIlroy shoots 80, risking another early exit in front of home crowd at Irish Open
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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