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Little, Munsey look to hike the tricky hill

7:43 PM GMTPeter Della PennaCricket ClosePeter Della Penna is an American cricket journalist who also writes for ESPNcricinfo.com and DreamCricket.com. Since 2010, he has penned the USA entry in the Cricket Round the World section of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.Follow...

Kyrgios defeats Millman at Delray Beach Open | ATP Tour

Nick Kyrgios held his nerve to win an all-Aussie battle against fifth seed John Millman on Monday at the Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com. In a match where nothing separated...

What major fight lies ahead for Leo Santa Cruz? Here are some options

Opening Bell: Santa Cruz sweepstakesLeo Santa Cruz, as expected, easily retained his featherweight world title for the third time, outclassing late-replacement opponent Rafael Rivera on Saturday night at the Microsoft Theater at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. Then...

‘I wasn’t afraid’ – Vishwa Fernando on standing up to South Africa’s attack

Having taken 8 for 133 and batted out 27 deliveries in an epic last-wicket stand, Vishwa Fernando's contribution to Sri Lanka's victory was second only to that of Kusal Perera. The Kingsmead Test having only been his fourth,...

Ajmal Shahzad can’t help but smile at Mark Wood’s pure pace

2:02 PM GMTMatt RollerCloseMatt Roller is a freelance cricket journalist. @mroller98Last Friday, Ajmal Shahzad was appointed MCC Young Cricketers' head coach, just days after smiling as Mark Wood's pure pace helped England to victory in the third Test...

To be decisive and confident as a batsman, you don’t need to always be...

"England are not a bad team but in Barbados and Antigua they played bad cricket. Here in St Lucia, England have played good cricket and thoroughly deserved to win," said Matt Prior on TalkSport radio soon after Keemo...

Lloyd Harris: South African On The Rise | ATP Tour

When Lloyd Harris was 14 years old, he played tennis just two days a week. The teenager knew that tennis was his best sport. But back home in South Africa,...

Chris Gayle to retire from ODIs after World Cup

However Chris Gayle fares in the ODI series against England - and the World Cup that follows - it is unlikely to be a lack of confidence that holds him back."You're looking at a great man," he said...

Course records fall at Seville and Hong Kong marathons – weekend road racing round-up| News

Ethiopians Ayana Tsedat and Guteni Shone grabbed convincing victories at the 35th Zurich Maratón de Sevilla, an IAAF Gold Label road race, on Sunday (17). Running in nearly ideal weather conditions, the 22-year-old Tsedat clocked 2:06:36 to improve the...