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  • Tennis-Radwanska crushes Kvitova to ease into Connecticut final

    Top seed Agnieszka Radwanska put on a dominant performance against double defending champion Petra Kvitova to ease into the final of the Connecticut Open with a 6-1 6-1 triumph on Friday. Kvitova, who also won the event in 2012, was looking to join Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki as four-time winners of the tournament but the sixth-seeded Czech was completely overwhelmed by the Polish world number four. The fast-starting Radwanska won the first five games of the match and then reeled off the opening four of the second set to stay in control throughout. More »

    Reuters - 7 minutes ago
  • 'I am a little bit better' – Nadal's wrist improving

    'I am a little bit better' – Nadal's wrist improving

    A wrist injury sidelined Rafael Nadal earlier this year, but he insists he is getting better ahead of the US Open. More »

    Omnisport - 11 minutes ago
  • Djokovic still worried about wrist

    Djokovic still worried about wrist

    As he prepares to defend his US Open title, Novak Djokovic admitted his wrist was still a concern. More »

    Omnisport - 1 hour 50 minutes ago
  • Doctor who praised Trump's health says he wrote note in a rush

    Doctor who praised Trump's health says he wrote note in a rush

    Donald Trump's personal doctor, who gave the Republican presidential candidate a glowing health report, told NBC News Friday that he penned that note in five minutes as Trump's car waited. More »

    AFP - 2 hours 39 minutes ago
  • Rio court to return passports to Irish Olympic officials

    A Rio de Janeiro court will return the passports of three members of the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) and they will be allowed to leave Brazil, a source in the Rio state security services said on Friday. The passports were seized by Brazilian police, along with computers, mobile phones and unused tickets as part of an investigation into allegations of an illegal Olympics ticketing scam. OCI Treasurer Kevin Kilty, Secretary-General Dermot Henihan and Executive Director Stephen Martin have collaborated with the police in the investigation and would be able to return to Ireland, said the source, who asked not to be named because he is not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. More »

    Reuters - 3 hours ago