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It was her eighth career title. Halep, number 4 WTA, will cash in some Euro 230,000 and 585 WTA points for reaching the final. Second-ranked Djokovic had taken a one-set lead over Del Potro, who held a 2-1 lead in the second set before heavy rain and lightning halted play on Friday.
  • Wanted Tottenham ace admits 'anything can happen in future'

    Wanted Tottenham ace admits 'anything can happen in future'

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    Tottenham bid farewell to White Hart Lane with an impressive win over Man Utd on Sunday, but it wasn't all smiles as Dele Alli gave reason for concern over his future. "We're young but we're getting more experience year in, year out". Kane scored Spurs' final goal at the historic stadium to ensure Spurs went a whole season unbeaten at home for the first time in 52 years.
  • Predators grab Game 1 from Ducks in overtime

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    ANAHEIM Seconds before the first puck dropped Sunday, someone tossed a catfish onto the ice, which would have been outrageously odd were this not the National Hockey League playoffs. Neal scored from point-blank range on an assist from Johansen for his fifth goal of the postseason. Randy Carlyle has changed a lot since the last time Toronto fans saw him.
  • Ajax, Man United set up final clash in Europa League

    Ajax, Man United set up final clash in Europa League

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    Mourinho hailed his players for the attitude they showed as they came through to seal a spot in a final he feels can be a "perfect" end to the season, with Champions League football on offer for the victor in Stockholm. "He helped David Luiz prove me wrong in that back three, because I did not rate him as a defender in a two, but have to take my cap off to the way he has played this season".
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    Sunday's 2-1 defeat at Tottenham ensured that United will again finish outside of the Premier League's top four this season, leaving the clash with Ajax in Stockholm on May 24 as their only avenue into the Champions League for 2017-18. Chelsea's title-winning boss Antonio Conte has upstaged Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho to become "the cream of the super-managers", says Stan Collymore.
  • Sharapova advances at Italian Open

    Sharapova advances at Italian Open

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    The decision on whether the former world number one, returning from a 15-month doping ban, will gain wildcard entry for the Grand Slam is to be announced at 1700 GMT by the president of the French Tennis Federation Bernard Guidicelli. Lucic-Baroni was making a comparison between Armstrong, who was banned from Olympic sports for life for a sophisticated and extensive doping scheme, and Sharapova, who was ruled to have unwittingly taken the drug Meldonium after it had been banned.
  • Harden Missing; Leonard-less Spurs Rout Rockets, Win Series 4-2

    Harden Missing; Leonard-less Spurs Rout Rockets, Win Series 4-2

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    Kawhi Leonard, who sustained a sprained left ankle Tuesday, will play in Game 1 of the Spurs' Western Conference Finals series against the Golden State Warriors in Oakland on Sunday. The Warriors are now 22-0 in the regular season and postseason combined when Green has a triple-double. Golden State won 110-98. On defense, Durant, Iguodala and Green's ability to switch means the Warriors don't lose a step on that end of the floor either.
  • Undaunted and Unbeaten on Clay, Nadal Claims Madrid Title

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    The first set went to a tie break in which Nadal always looked to be on top, but it was not until the fifth time of asking that he was able to win the decisive point. "I really enjoy these tournaments", Nadal said. Nadal , who was out for much of past year because of a wrist injury, has won 30 of his last 32 sets going into the tournament in Rome this week.
  • Chelsea celebrate title with end of season romp against Watford

    Chelsea celebrate title with end of season romp against Watford

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    Skipper John Terry, who will leave Chelsea at the end of the season, crowned his 716th game for the club with the opening goal but was then at fault as Etienne Capoue equalised. Chelsea: Begovic, Zouma, Terry, Ake, Azpilicueta, Kante, Chalobah, Kenedy, Willian, Hazard, Batshuayi. John Terry says he could retire when his Chelsea career comes to an end this summer.
  • LeBron James continues Playoff domination as Cavs win again

    LeBron James continues Playoff domination as Cavs win again

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    Down 0-3 against a dominant LeBron James led Cavaliers team, will Lowry be back for Game 4 Sunday? The Cavs sent the double-teams anyway, trying to attack Toronto's only risky offensive option given Lowry's absence. The 3-point line has been the difference as the Cleveland are outscoring the Toronto by a total of 51 points. Still, his absence would affect Toronto's game plan "a lot", Casey said.
  • 'Dr Phil' to air 2nd interview with Hernandez's fiancee

    'Dr Phil' to air 2nd interview with Hernandez's fiancee

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    Phil" that the guilty verdict in Odin Lloyd's murder, for which Hernandez was serving a life sentence, was "a shock to all of us". "I did see that it was addressed to "Shay" instead of "babe" or 'bae, ' the way he would refer [to me]". Hernandez's death came days after he was acquitted in a 2012 Boston double slaying. Hernandez was in prison serving a life sentence after he was convicted in April 2015 of murder, unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition for the ...
  • Pete Carroll says Kaepernick, RGIII among backup QBs Seahawks are looking at

    Pete Carroll says Kaepernick, RGIII among backup QBs Seahawks are looking at

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    Trevone did a nice job for us previous year, but we're still looking as we always will". When asked about whether Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III were possible targets for the Seahawks, Carroll said the team is looking at everybody. Former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has certainly had his fair share of controversy over the previous year, but many Seattle Seahawks players, including Doug Baldwin, Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril and Jeremy Lane, took to Twitter to support Kaepernick ...