Citing left arm soreness, Maria Sharapova has withdrawn from the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford. The five-time Grand Slam champion made the announcement on Wednesday. “Unfortunately, I have to withdraw from today’s match,” Sharapova said in a statement. “Toward the end of Monday night’s match, I felt pain in my left forearm.
Nigeria striker, Kelechi Iheanacho, is at a risk of bagging a two year jail term in the United State if found guilty of sealing and failing to honour a contract with First Eleven Management, his previous American-based representatives. Iheanacho, 20, who has already had medicals as he is at the verge of sealing a new contract with Leicester City is
Anthony Joshua must forget all about the idea of fighting Tyson Fury and concentrate on a much more serious contest, that is according to former boxing icon Evander Holyfield. Joshua has been linked with an all British bout with Fury the next time he steps into the ring, with both camps talking up a potential showdown. The two men have been trading
Roger Federer scaled new heights of greatness at Wimbledon when he duly collected a record breaking win to put him further ahead of other legends, living and dead. The 35 year-old Swiss took an eighth All England Club title by hammering a troubled Marin Cilic with ruthless ease, winning 6-3 6-1 6-4 in an hour and 41 minutes. It was his nineteenth
Sprinter Blessing Okagbare-Ighoteguonor and sprint hurdler Tobiloba Amusan will lead a team of 12 athletes to compete at the 2017 International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London, England, from August 4 to 13. Okagbare-Ighoteguonor,who will be making her fourth competitive appearance at the
The Brazilian forward, who is rated as one of the best players on the planet, feels isolated and unsettled in Camp Nou Neymar is NOW ready to leave Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in a deal worth €222 million after growing frustrated at Camp Nou. The Brazil international only signed a new deal until 2021 back in October of last year and Barcelona
One way or another, there will be two winners in next month’s Floyd Mayweather Jr./Conor McGregor bout: whoever wins in the ring, and Uncle Sam. Mayweather banks lavish paychecks, a fact of which he’s happy to remind you on Instagram and elsewhere. But when you post a photo of your nine-figure check, the federal government is going to want