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May

15
American Tommy Paul upsets Daniil Medvedev at Italian Open

Defending champion Daniil Medvedev became the latest top player to crash out of the Italian Open as he lost to American Tommy Paul on Tuesday. The 14th-seeded Paul dominated to triumph 6-1, 6-4. The opener lasted just 28 minutes as Medvedev’s serve was broken three times by Paul, who then served out the set to love. Medvedev improved slightly in the second set when he broke immediately but Paul broke straight back and never looked back, securing his spot in the quarterfinals when Medvedev sent a backhand long. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “It’s disappointing, to […]

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May

03
Brunson, Hart heroics lift Knicks by Sixers in 6, into East semis

The Villanova boys did it again. Jalen Brunson had 14 of his 41 points in the fourth quarter and hit Josh Hart for his 12th assist, and what became the game-winning 3-pointer with 24 seconds left, as the New York Knicks escaped from Wells Fargo Center with a thrilling 118-115 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in Game 6 of this first-round series. With the win, the Knicks advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals for a second consecutive season — a feat the franchise hasn’t accomplished since 2000, when it did so for a ninth consecutive time. Now, New York will prepare to face the Pacers in the Eastern Conference semifinals set […]

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May

03
Mike Yastrzemski hits HR in Giants’ win after ‘Papa Yaz’ visit

A visit from “Papa Yaz” before the game and a home run during it made for a memorable afternoon for San Francisco Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski. The grandson of Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski hit a solo homer to right field — not far from where the former Boston outfielder’s retired No. 8 is hanging from the facade — to help the Giants defeated the Boston Red Sox 3-1 on Thursday. “I’m looking around, and I have my greatest childhood memories here,” said Mike Yastrzemski, who also homered five years ago in his only other visit to Fenway Park, where his grandfather played 23 seasons. “The […]

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May

03
Iga Swiatek routs Madison Keys, reaches Madrid Open final

Iga Swiatek cruised to a consecutive-set win over Madison Keys to reach the Madrid Open final for the second consecutive year Thursday. Top-ranked Swiatek beat 20th-ranked Keys 6-1, 6-3 in the semifinals. “It was a pretty clean performance and really solid game from myself,” Swiatek said. “I’m happy with everything.” The Madrid Open is the only high-profile European clay-court competition that Swiatek has yet to win. She has earned titles in Indian Wells and Doha this season. “I’m happy that we can play a final against the top players,” Swiatek said. “It shows consistency. For sure it’s going to be a challenge, whoever […]

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March

12
Horner: ‘No tension’ with Verstappen but no one bigger than team

Christian Horner stated he would not stand in the way of Max Verstappen leaving Red Bull if he prefers to do so, but he remains confident the reigning champion will stay at the team beyond the end of this year. Despite winning the opening two rounds of the season, divisions and controversy within Red Bull have led to suggestions that Verstappen, who has a contract with Red Bull until 2028, could leave the team at the end of the year. A rift appeared within Red Bull last week after the team’s parent company, Red Bull GmbH, cleared Horner of allegations of inappropriate […]

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September

06
Shohei Ohtani plans to continue to be two-way player

Shohei Ohtani is still evaluating medical opinions on the tear in his right ulnar collateral ligament, but his agent, Nez Balelo of CAA, made two things clear Monday afternoon: Ohtani will be ready to at least hit at the start of next season, regardless of how much longer he plays in 2023, and he will stay a two-way player down the road. “There’s not a question in his mind that he’s going to come back and he’s going to continue to do both,” Balelo told a large contingent of reporters from his suite at Angel Stadium, marking the first time he, […]

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August

04
Max Scherzer settles in, strikes out 9 to win Rangers debut

Three-time Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer settled down after a shaky start to win his debut for the American League West-leading Texas Rangers, striking out nine over six innings and getting some help from his new teammates as they defeated the Chicago White Sox 5-3 on Thursday. Four of Chicago’s first five batters reached base in a three-run first inning when Scherzer (10-4) threw 37 pitches. The White Sox then had three singles in the second, though Scherzer benefitted from a double-play grounder and an inning-ending strikeout to prevent any more runs. Scherzer, acquired from the New York Mets in a trade over the weekend and […]

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July

05
Carlos Alcaraz takes care of business in Wimbledon opener

In just his third Wimbledon tournament, Carlos Alcaraz is already one of the main men to defeat. The top-seeded Spanish player hasn’t been past the fourth round at the All England Club, but he has become the primary threat in Novak Djokovic’s quest for a record-equaling eighth men’s title at the grass-court Grand Slam. On Tuesday, Alcaraz defeated Jeremy Chardy 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 on Court 1 — a fitting location for the No. 1 player in the world. The match was played under the roof because rain affected play on the outside courts for the second consecutive day. “Obviously without the roof, with sun, […]

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July

04
Timberwolves agree to 5-year extension with Anthony Edwards

Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star guard Anthony Edwards has agreed to a five-year designated rookie maximum contract extension that could become worth $260 million, his agents, Bill Duffy and Joe Branch with WME Sports, told ESPN on Monday. Edwards — the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NBA draft — has developed into one of the NBA’s most explosive and accomplished young players, averaging 24.6 points, 5.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists in his third season. Edwards, who turns 22 in August, has established himself as the Timberwolves’ cornerstone player whom president of basketball operations Tim Connelly plans to build the organization around. Edwards made […]

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