• Kyrgios Fined By ATP For Unsportsmanlike Behaviour

    Kyrgios Fined By ATP For Unsportsmanlike Behaviour

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    He sharply defended his conduct, saying he didn't owe anything to those who watched the match, and that they could've left if they didn't like him. Kyrgios , 21, patted the ball over the net several times when serving and began walking back to his chair before a serve from Zverev had landed.
  • Melania Trump wants People to retract portion of accuser's story

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    His top supporters and advisers have warned against this tack. Trump on Thursday pushed back against the allegations, calling them politically motived "smears" during a rally in Florida. Trump has denied the allegations and his lawyers on Thursday demanded that the New York Times retract the Wednesday story. "Multiple women not mentioned in our article have publicly come forward to report on Mr Trump's unwanted advances.
  • Hurts, Fitzpatrick push Tide to 6-0

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    This season is no different, and Alabama's 17-game winning streak is now the longest in the nation and the second longest under Saban - trailing only a 19-game stretch over the 2009-10 seasons. This season Alabama is tied for fourth in the nation with 23 sacks. Hurts was 13 of 17 for 253 yards with two touchdowns. He had three catches, scored a touchdown, and had 114 yards.
  • Racial Slurs Thrown At Western PA Youth Football Game

    Racial Slurs Thrown At Western PA Youth Football Game

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    Specifically, members of the Wolverines said they wanted to speak out about the death of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old Cleveland boy who was shot and killed on a playground in November 2014 when law enforcement mistook his pellet gun for a deadly weapon.
  • Arsene Wenger warns Barcelona over Hector Bellerin approach

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    When asked about Bellerin's future, Wenger said: "He has almost three years to go, we always try to get the players to the [financial] level where we think they deserve to be". The Swans will be hoping that newly appointed manager Bob Bradley gets off to a bright start but he could be in for a tough debut with the kind of form Arsenal are in right now.
  • Goldberg returns to WWE next week

    Goldberg returns to WWE next week

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    On Monday night's Raw, Goldberg's rumoured return was all but confirmed , when he was challenged to meet Lesnar in an upcoming match. After playing football in the National Football League from 1990 to 1995, Goldberg - who stands 6-4 and weighs almost 300 pounds - became one of the WWE's biggest superstars, winning multiple heavyweight championship belts.
  • Bookmakers suspend betting on Conte leaving Chelsea

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    Chelsea v Leicester: Premier League preview The Premier League returns after the worldwide break, starting off with the champions' visit to Stamford Bridge on Saturday. With John Terry back in training after an ankle injury, Conte could bring in the veteran defender alongside two of Luiz, Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta.
  • That Time Kobe Bryant Destroyed A Hungover Luke Walton

    That Time Kobe Bryant Destroyed A Hungover Luke Walton

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    National Basketball Association teams have until October 24 to submit their 2016-17 regular-season rosters to the league office. Walton added the Lakers' analytics staff had said it typically takes three weeks for someone to retain new information.
  • Milano, Sala:

    Milano, Sala: "Nuovo San Siro diviso tra Inter e Milan"

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    Da quasi 3 anni sono alla presidenza e sono sempre stato convinto che rinnovare San Siro , la nostra casa , costituisca un passo decisivo. Erick Thohir e Steven Zhang in una nota sottolineano l'interesse del club nel rinnovare il 'Meazza' .
  • Proud of my brothers, tweets Kohli after India whitewash NZ

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    India dressing room was a place to be in after receiving the Test mace and winning the series 3-0. He has gone on to break numerous records in Test cricket previously and continued to do so with this series. Among the Kiwi bowlers, off-spinner Jeetan Patel was the only one to bag wickets with figures of 2/56. It is not easy for anyone coming to India .