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Murray exacts revenge as old guard holds

Andy Murray felled his Wimbledon nemesis Grigor Dimitrov in the Oz Open on Sunday as the old guard stood firm.

Ivory Coast has ‘lots’ to play for

Ivory Coast will be hoping they’re not eliminated from the Afcon finals in a drawing of lots as was the case 27 years ago.

Murray advances in Oz Open

Andy Murray overcame Grigor Dimitrov in the Oz Open on Sunday to avenge his shock loss at Wimbledon.

China race hopes hang by thread

Over the past 24 hours the Dongfeng crew have seen their substantial Volvo Ocean race lead whittled away.

Winless Afcon pair still in running

Zambia and Cape Verde still have a chance to advance to the Afcon quarter-finals despite being winless so far.

Miller maiden ton leads SA to 262

David Miller scored his maiden ODI ton to lead SA to 262 for eight against the Windies in PE on Sunday.

Teen gives Aussies something to rejoice

Nick Kyrgios gave his compatriots an early Australia Day celebration with a win over Andreas Seppi on Sunday.

Key Algeria striker to miss crunch game

Striker Islam Slimani is set to miss Algeria’s decisive Afcon final group game against Senegal.

Balotelli needs to lift his game

Mario Balotelli must improve in training if he wants to get back into the squad, Brendan Rodgers says.

Ronaldo suspension a Real worry

A suspension for Cristiano Ronaldo is the latest concern for Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti.

Halep ends Wickmayer hoodoo

Simona Halep broke her hoodoo against Belgian Yanina Wickmayer to sail into the Oz Open quarter-finals.

One game turned match: Anderson

Kevin Anderson says his loss to Rafael Nadal came down to a 12th game in the first set at the Oz Open.

Berdych spoils Australia Day party

Tomas Berdych spoilt hopes of a massive Australia Day celebration, hammering Bernard Tomic on Sunday.

Fourth ODI gets into full swing

The West Indies won the toss and chose to bowl first in the fourth ODI in PE on Sunday.

Bouchard lets Genie out the bottle

Eugenie Bouchard has her own personal cheering group, mostly male of course, called the Genie Army.

Tennis elite bring upstarts to heel

The guardians of the court have crushed the grand slam hopes of their upstart challengers in the Oz open.

Dennis wins Tour Down Under

Australian Rohan Dennis won the Tour Down Under in a thrilling final stage on Sunday.

Nadal dashes Anderson’s Oz hopes

SA’s Kevin Anderson was beaten in straight sets by World No 3 Rafael Nadal at the Oz Open on Sunday.

Only victory will do for Bafana

The calculators came out straight after the final whistle in the game between Bafana and Senegal.

Chance for fringe players as stars rest

Fringe players get chance to shine as Proteas send some of their chief assassins home for a weekend.

NEWS24 SPORT | ‘Bench’ stays wonky for SA

Unease only rises, after the PE hiccup on Sunday, over the Proteas’ squad depth for CWC, writes Rob Houwing . | Steyn's Toshiba team mauled

Panasonic Wild Knights have mauled Frans Steyn's Toshiba Brave Lupus in Japan's second Top League semi-final. | Congo qualify for AFCON quarters

French coach Claude le Roy enhanced a remarkable record as Congo defeated Burkina Faso to reach the 2015 AFCON quarter-finals. | Hosts Equatorial Guinea down Gabon

Equatorial Guinea have reached the Africa Nations Cup quarter-finals after pulsating Group A victory over Gabon. | Six Nations scare for Farrell

England flyhalf Owen Farrell will undergo tests after hobbling off with a knee injury during Saracens' defeat at Clermont. | Premiership trio avoid FA Cup exit

Arsenal, West Ham and Aston Villa have avoided the embarrassment of becoming the latest high-profile FA Cup casualties. | Favourable draw for French clubs

French clubs have received the best of the draw for the European Champions Cup quarter-finals. | Hlatshwayo to miss Ghana clash

Bafana Bafana defender Thulani “Tyson” Hlatshwayo has been ruled out of the crucial final Group C AFCON clash against Ghana. | Kyrgios makes Aussies rejoice

Nick Kyrgios has ensured his compatriots will celebrate their national day by reaching the quarter-finals of the Australian Open. | Russell heroics wins it for Windies

A blistering knock by Andre Russell has helped the West Indies to a one-wicket win over South Africa in their ODI in PE. | 2022 SWC likely held in winter

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar looks increasingly likely to be played in winter to avoid the region's blazing summer heat. | Bath into quarter-finals

Bath have come from behind to beat Glasgow in a result that sees them progress to the knockouts, despite losing two games. | Sakho heads Hammers into win

Diafra Sakho's header has seen West Ham beat Bristol City as they avoided becoming the latest side to be knocked out. | Birkett, Adie defend Drak titles

Andy Birkett and Abby Adie have successfully defended their titles at the Drak Challenge held in Underburg. | Montpellier beat Toulouse

Four-time European club champions Toulouse have failed to make the quarter-finals after being beaten by Montpellier . | Murray rides luck into quarters

Andy Murray rode his luck to win a titanic four-setter over Grigor Dimitrov and reach the quarter-finals at the Australian Open. | 1 game gave Nadal match - Anderson

Kevin Anderson says his defeat to Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open came down to a disappointing 12th game in the first set. | Mayuka set to return to UK

Zambia's lead striker Emmanuel Mayuka is set to return to Southampton after a groin injury effectively ruled him out of AFCON. | Update: Ogier top in VW 1-2-3 in Monaco

Sebastien Ogier won the2015 Monte Carlo Rally on Sunday, the VW Polo driver holding off his Finnish team mate Jari-Matti Latvala. | Iraq get nod to play in semis

Iraq have been cleared to take their place in the Asian Cup quarter-final against South Korea after a protest was turned down.

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