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May

23
Andre Agassi to captain Team World at Laver Cup

Eight-time Grand Slam champion Andre Agassi will captain Team World starting at next year’s Laver Cup, organizers stated Wednesday. Agassi, a former world No. 1 who retired from the sport in 2006 and coached Novak Djokovic from 2017 to 2018, will start his role at the 2025 Laver Cup, which will take place in San Francisco. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “I am truly honored to accept the invitation to become the Laver Cup Team World Captain,” Agassi said in a statement. “The competitive level of Laver Cup is off the charts and it’s […]

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May

20
Oleksandr Usyk edges Tyson Fury by split decision, now undisputed

There hadn’t been an undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis defeated Evander Holyfield in a rematch of all-time greats in November 1999 in Las Vegas. Halfway around the world — and nearly 25 years later — another undisputed champion in boxing’s glamour division was crowned when Oleksandr Usyk floored Tyson Fury in Round 9 en route to a split decision triumph early Sunday at sold-out Kingdom Arena. The wait was well worth it as both men delivered a fight befitting the prize they were competing for. One judge scored it 114-113 for Fury but was overruled by scores of 114-113 […]

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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

13
Vasiliy Lomachenko stops George Kambosos Jr. by TKO in 11th round

Pound-for-pound megastar Vasiliy Lomachenko proved he still has plenty more left in the tank after battering former unified world champion George Kambosos Jr. for 11 rounds at a capacity RAC Arena to capture the IBF lightweight title. Just as he did in last year’s narrow and controversial loss to Devin Haney, 36-year-old Lomachenko (18-3, 12 KOs) showcased his unrivaled footwork and agility, demonstrated patience when required, and struck clinical combination attacks to not only leave Kambosos (21-3, 10 KOs) bloody and bruised but his international boxing career in tatters. Lomachenko was in utter control throughout the contest and concluded the […]

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May

09
Sean O’Malley eyes Conor McGregor fight, open to weight class move

UFC bantamweight champion Sean O’Malley is willing to do whatever it takes to land a fight with Conor McGregor in what could be one of the biggest fights in UFC history. O’Malley appeared on Bradley Martyn’s “Raw Talk” podcast and revealed that he would move up from 135 pounds to 155 pounds to secure a fight with McGregor. “He’s big nowadays,” O’Malley stated of McGregor’s current weight. A former two-division champion, McGregor will return to the Octagon at UFC 303 after a three-year hiatus to face Michael Chandler. The fight will be contested at a catchweight of 165 pounds. Looking for the best online betting […]

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May

01
Rafael Nadal falls, Carlos Alcaraz advances at Madrid Open

Rafael Nadal had to pause for a few moments, visibly emotional, while addressing the crowd after his loss in the fourth round at the Madrid Open. As chants of “Rafa, Rafa, Rafa” echoed around, the five-time champion in Madrid made a farewell speech following a 7-5, 6-4 loss Tuesday to the 31st-ranked Jiri Lehecka. It was likely his last official match at the tournament in the Spanish capital. “This is a difficult day when it arrives, but it’s a reality. My body and my life had been sending me signs for some time,” Nadal said. “I was able to say goodbye playing […]

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April

29
Top-seeded Sinner, Nadal, Swiatek all advance at Madrid Open

Rafael Nadal tore his headband off, thrust his arms in the air, and soaked up the cheers. It was only a second-round victory, but coming from where Nadal had been just a few weeks ago when he couldn’t even get on the court, he could have been savoring a trophy. He had just defeated 11th-ranked Alex de Minaur 7-6 (6), 6-3 at the Madrid Open on Saturday, avenging a straight-set loss to the Australian less than two weeks ago. Nadal is no longer aiming to add to his 92 titles after being decimated by injuries in recent years. The 37-year-old just wants to […]

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April

25
Tszyu-Ortiz being planned for Crawford-Madrimov card

A junior middleweight fight between former champion Tim Tszyu and Vergil Ortiz Jr. is being organized for Aug. 3 in Los Angeles, sources told ESPN. Ortiz must first beat major underdog Thomas Dulorme on Saturday and emerge uninjured in a fight that will serve as the co-feature on a card headlined by a junior welterweight clash between Jose Ramirez and Rances Barthelemy in Fresno, California. Tszyu-Ortiz shapes up as one of the best action matchups in all of boxing, a 154-pound fight between two of the sport’s most entertaining fighters. Tszyu, the son of Hall of Fame boxer Kostya Tszyu, […]

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April

12
Djokovic tops Musetti, Khachanov upsets Medvedev in Monte Carlo

Novak Djokovic looked sluggish at times and hit several unforced errors, but he raised his game on important points to move on to the quarterfinals of the Monte Carlo Masters on Thursday. The top-ranked Serb, a two-time Monte Carlo champion, gained revenge over Lorenzo Musetti, who defeated him last year at the Country Club in the third round. Djokovic converted five of six break points and progressed with a confidence-boosting 7-5, 6-3 win. “I lost to him last year here. Similar circumstances,” said Djokovic, who is playing in his first tournament since parting ways with former coach Goran Ivanisevic. “I was a […]

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April

05
Danielle Collins makes Charleston quarters after two-win day

Miami Open champion Danielle Collins continued an amazing run by winning two matches Thursday, defeating Ons Jabeur and Sloane Stephens to reach the quarterfinals of the rain-delayed Charleston Open. Collins, who has stated this will be her final season on tour, has won 10 consecutive matches and 20 of her past 21 sets. She and defending champion Jabeur played the first match of the day at the clay-court event after rain Wednesday led to several matches being postponed. None of it appeared to bother the 30-year-old Collins, who spent just over three hours on the court in the two matches combined. She topped Jabeur 6-3, […]

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