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  • Dan dumped out; Nehwal moves into last four

    Five-time World Champion Lin Dan was knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Indian Open by Indonesia's Tommy Sugiarto on Friday, but Saina Nehwal eased past Sugiarto's compatriot Hana Ramadhini to reach her maiden last four appearance there.

  • Brook: I'll make a statement

    Kell Brook: Relishing return to ring against Jo Jo Dan

    IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook is determined to make a statement when he defends his title against Jo Jo Dan on Saturday night.

  • Gavern test for Joshua

    Jason Gavern: Next opponent for Anthony Joshua

    Anthony Joshua will face Jason Gavern at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on April 4.

  • Floyd reveals 'hurt' to fans

    Floyd Mayweather: Will finally face Manny Pacquiao on May 2

    Floyd Mayweather has revealed how it hurts him to turn down fan requests as he fits family trips into his hectic fight schedule.

  • Saina focused on winning, not ranking

    Badminton's world number two Saina Nehwal feels no added pressure at the prospect of becoming world No.1 if she wins ongoing Indian Open in New Delhi.

  • Gatting: Huge job for Cook

    Alastair Cook: Leads England into West Indies series

    Mike Gatting says England captain Alastair Cook must lift his players for the Test series in the West Indies following a dismal World Cup campaign.

  • Kettleborough to umpire final

    Kumar Dharmasena and Richard Kettleborough: Will umpire final on Sunday

    Umpire Richard Kettleborough will ensure there is at least some England representation in Sunday's World Cup final in Melbourne.

  • Haye targets a title shot

    Former Cruiserweight and Heavyweight world champion David Haye says that he is about 12-18 months away from a world title shot.

  • Clarke expects unchanged side

    Josh Hazlewood: Australia bowler had a thumb issue but should be fine for final

    Michael Clarke is hopeful Australia will be unchanged for the World Cup final with New Zealand on Sunday with bowler Josh Hazlewood expected to be fit.

  • McGregor open to switching divisions

    UFC featherweight rising star Conor McGregor has indicated that he would consider changing divisions after his fight with Jose Aldo at UFC 189.

  • Rousey signs long-term UFC deal

    Ronda Rousey's dominance in the Octagon doesn't look set to end anytime soon after the UFC confirmed that Rousey has signed a new deal.

  • Prannoy: Controversy did not bother me

    India's H.S. Prannoy has revealed that he refused to let his guard down following a controversial incident during his stunning win over world number two Jan O Jorgensen in the India Open Super Series.

  • White doubts St-Pierre will return

    UFC chairman Dana White thinks that it is unlikely that former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will make a return to MMA.

  • World Peace: I'm a changed man

    Former NBA All-Star Metta World Peace has insisted that he has become a "more mature" player following his stint in China.

  • Prannoy knocks out top seed Jorgenson

    Indian youngster H.S. Prannoy beat top seed and world number two Jan O Jorgensen in an eagerly contested match to advance to the Indian Open quarter-finals.

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