Latest stories
Tevez Set to Snub Inter for Milan

Carlos Tevez looks set to snub interest from Inter Milan in order to join their bitter city rivals AC Milan, according to the Argentine's agent, Kia Joorabchian.

While Inter's technical director, Marco Branca, travelled to England to meet Manchester City officials on Thursday, Joorabchian held talks with Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani in Rio.

W140 Full Story
Serena Hints She Will Play Australian Open

Five-times Australian Open champion Serena Williams has given a hint on Twitter that she may be fit for this year's tournament after an injury scare.

Williams was forced to withdraw from the Brisbane International after spraining her ankle during her second-round win over Serbian Bojana Jovanovski on Wednesday.

W140 Full Story
Wade, James Sit as Heat Outlast Hawks in Triple-OT

There may be no need for LeBron James and Dwyane Wade to rush their return from injuries.

Mario Chalmers and Chris Bosh proved Thursday night they can play the starring roles for the Miami Heat.

W140 Full Story
Federer, Nadal Edge Closer to Qatar Clash

Roger Federer clinched his 20th successive victory while Rafael Nadal produced his best performance of the Qatar Open as the two great rivals came within one round of a showdown in the opening week of the season.

Federer's was an up-and-down effort in a 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 success against Andreas Seppi, the eighth-seeded Italian, but Nadal had to be close to his muscular, tenacious best to see off the challenge of Russian Mikhail Youzhny in Thursday's quarter-finals.

W140 Full Story
Raikkonen Determined to Prove Doubters Wrong

Kimi Raikkonen on Thursday blasted critics who claim he'll struggle to recapture his world championship glory days when he returns to Formula One with Lotus this season.

The Finn won the 2007 world title before leaving for the world rally championship where he spent two years.

W140 Full Story
Suarez 'Apologizes' for Race Comments

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez on Thursday issued an apology after receiving an eight-match ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra, but stopped short of saying sorry to the Manchester United defender.

Liverpool said Tuesday they had accepted Suarez's ban for calling Evra a racial name but the player issued a statement the same day maintaining his innocence.

W140 Full Story
London Olympic Glitch Creates Oversold Tickets

A ticketing mix-up by London Olympic organizers will pay off for some buyers: Instead of tickets for synchronized swimming, they'll get to see the 100-meter track final.

Organizers said Wednesday they accidentally oversold 10,000 tickets for synchronized swimming because of human error in processing applications.

W140 Full Story
Paul, Griffin Help Clippers Rout Rockets 117-89

The Clippers are more than just Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and a no-name supporting cast.

Ask the Houston Rockets.

W140 Full Story
Ferguson Not Panicking despite Newcastle Rout

Sir Alex Ferguson insisted it's not time to panic despite admitting Manchester United had handed the Premier League title initiative back to Manchester City.

A stunned Ferguson saw his side suffer a comprehensive 3-0 defeat at Newcastle, condemning them to back-to-back league losses for the first time in 10 months to remain in second, three points adrift of Roberto Mancini's leaders, while holding the same advantage over Tottenham Hotspur, in third.

W140 Full Story
Nadal, Federer Reach Quarterfinals at Qatar Open

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer eased into the Qatar Open quarterfinals in rare cool and windy conditions in Doha on Wednesday.

Nadal routed German qualifier Denis Gremelmayr 6-2, 6-2, while Federer overwhelmed Slovenia qualifier Grega Zemlja 6-2, 6-3.

W140 Full Story