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May

28
Rafael Nadal loses in first round of French Open for first time

 Rafael Nadal lost in the first round of the French Open to Alexander Zverev 6-3, 7-6 (5), 6-3 on Monday in what might turn out to be the 14-time Roland Garros champion’s last match at his favorite tournament. Nadal has indicated 2024 likely would be his last season before retirement, but he stated Saturday that he is not 100% sure he won’t play again at the French Open. And he reiterated that after Monday’s defeat, only his fourth in 116 career matches at the place. When it ended, in anticlimactic fashion, with 22-time Grand Slam champion Nadal simply unable to play at his usual […]

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May

21
New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will face hitters Tuesday

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole will take another step in his recovery from nerve inflammation in his elbow on Tuesday when he faces hitters for the first time since landing on the injured list in late March. Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who confirmed the news to reporters on Monday, stated Cole was feeling good on Sunday after throwing 40 pitches in his fifth bullpen session on Saturday. Looking for the best online betting site and Live betting? Visit Heritage Sports “Yeah, it’s important,” Boone said. “Bouncing back from a two-up bullpen with some guys standing in on him, and I know (he […]

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May

07
Talor Gooch gets special invitation to the PGA Championship

Talor Gooch of LIV Golf gets to play in at least one major this year. He revealed Monday on social media that he received an invitation to play in the PGA Championship next week. The PGA of America is not expected to release the full field until Tuesday as it waits to hear back from all the players who were offered invitations for Valhalla. Gooch’s invitation is significant because he rarely plays outside the LIV Golf schedule. His invitation was based purely on his performance in the Saudi-funded league. Gooch won three times on LIV last year and topped its points list. Kerry […]

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May

07
Joe Burrow back to throwing at Bengals workouts

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow marked a major offseason milestone on Monday. As the team started the second phase of voluntary workouts, Burrow was in uniform and throwing a pass in a video shared by the team. The Bengals were closed to the media on Monday. But quarterbacks coach Brad Kragthorpe told the team’s website he was pleased with how Burrow looked in his first practice back since suffering a season-ending wrist surgery last November. “He looked like the Joe Burrow we’re used to seeing,” Kragthorpe stated. “I didn’t see any difference. I thought the ball came out of his hand well. Confidently. I’m […]

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April

23
Jets trading QB Zach Wilson to Broncos

The New York Jets, who thought they had the quarterback position locked up for more than a decade when they drafted Zach Wilson with the No. 2 pick in 2021, traded him to the Denver Broncos on Monday. Based on their original investment, the Jets got pennies on the dollar — they will get a sixth-round selection (No. 203) in this week’s NFL draft from the Broncos, who in addition to Wilson will get a seventh-round pick (No. 256). The Jets and Broncos are splitting the $5.5 million Wilson is due this season with each team paying $2.75 million. The trade means that only one […]

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April

23
Inter Milan clinch 20th Serie A title with win over AC Milan

Inter Milan defeated city rivals AC Milan 2-1 on Monday to clinch the Serie A title, the 20th time the club has lifted the trophy in its history. Goals either side of half-time by Francesco Acerbi and Marcus Thuram set Inter on their way, but Fikayo Tomori pulled one back for AC Milan in the 80th minute and each side had a player sent off shortly before the end of the match as tempers flared. Inter were able to see out the result, though, and when the whistle blew to end the game they sat on an insurmountable 86 points, 17 clear of Milan with five matches to play in the […]

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April

02
Saul strike earns Atletico Madrid hard-fought win at Villarreal

Substitute Saúl Ñíguez scored a late winner to give Atletico Madrid a hard-fought 2-1 triumph at Villarreal on Monday, as Diego Simeone’s side climbed back into LaLiga’s top four with eight matches left in the season. It was a much needed victory for Atletico after two consecutive losses and two wins in their last seven league matches had left them in danger of missing out on a Champions League spot next season. They were facing an in-form Villarreal side, who were on a four-game winning streak and undefeated in their last nine league matches, a run that earned Marcelino Garcia LaLiga’s Coach of Month award in […]

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March

25
Clippers to get Russell Westbrook back next week, says Ty Lue

LA Clippers point guard Russell Westbrook will return to the lineup some time next week, coach Ty Lue stated before his team’s 125-117 win at Portland on Friday night. Westbrook could be back to game action as soon as Monday versus the Indiana Pacers, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Monday’s game versus the Pacers will mark three weeks from when Westbrook underwent surgery to repair a fractured left hand he suffered March 1 against the Washington Wizards. The Clippers have missed the aggressive energy and hustle of one of the league’s top sixth men. They are 6-5 without their one-time MVP point guard. Westbrook is averaging 11.1 points, 5.1 […]

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March

14
Djokovic stunned by ‘lucky loser’ Nardi at Indian Wells

Luca Nardi used a combination of poise and power to stun his boyhood idol and top-seeded Novak Djokovic 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 on Monday night in the third round of the BNP Paribas Open. Nardi, who is ranked No. 123, closed out his huge upset over the No. 1 player in the rankings with an ace. The 20-year-old from Italy dropped his racket and brought his hands to his face almost in disbelief before greeting Djokovic at the net. “This is a miracle,” Nardi stated in an interview after the match on the Tennis Channel. “I’m a 20-years-old guy, 100 in the world, and […]

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March

05
Arsenal thrash Sheffield United to move within two points of top

Arsenal matched their biggest Premier League away victory with the 6-0 pummeling of Sheffield United on Monday after scoring five times in the first half when they tore the home side apart to close within two points of leaders Liverpool. Mikel Arteta’s team are third with 61 points after 27 games, a point behind Manchester City but with a much better goal difference than their title rivals. The Blades stay rooted to the bottom on 13 points, 11 adrift of the safety zone. The Gunners are the first Premier league team with seven victories in a row this season and appear to be gaining momentum at […]

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