France star Antoine Griezmann insists he deserves to be on the podium for this year's Ballon d'Or after winning the World Cup and major silverware with Atletico Madrid.Full Story
Five-time champion Roger Federer crashed out of the US Open on Monday, beaten in four sets by 55th-ranked Australian John Millman.Full Story
Gennaro Gattuso's AC Milan will look to put last weekend's collapse against Napoli behind them when they host Roma in their first game of the season at the San Siro on Friday.Full Story
U.S. President Donald Trump has welcomed FIFA boss Gianni Infantino to the White House , congratulating football's governing body for awarding the 2026 World Cup to North America before jokingly waving a red card at journalists.Full Story
A Nepalese laborer who died working at a World Cup stadium in Qatar fell to his death, one of the main contractors at the site said.Full Story
Joachim Loew has rejected Mesut Ozil's accusations of racism within the German FA as the head coach gave his analysis of Germany's World Cup debacle on Wednesday.
"Mesut made allegations of racism, but I can clearly say that in the DFB, there has never been racist comments," Loew said while announcing the Germany squad to face world champions France in Munich on September 6, then Peru three days later.Full Story
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo will skip his country's next two internationals including a Nations League game against Italy in order to focus on his new club Juventus, Italian media reported on Wednesday.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Portugal's all-time top goalscorer and skipper wants to make his new team the priority and will remain in Turin to be in top physical shape and to get to know his new teammates better.Full Story
Bastian Schweinsteiger bid farewell to Bayern Munich in style on Tuesday as the former Germany captain scored on his final appearance in the famous red against his current club Chicago Fire.Full Story
Defending U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal sent close friend David Ferrer into Grand Slam retirement on Monday when his veteran compatriot was forced to quit their first round match with injury, but former winners Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka made successful returns to New York.
Ferrer, a former world number three but now standing at a lowly 148, called it quits on a hot and humid night on Arthur Ashe Stadium despite leading 4-3 with a break in the second set after twice receiving treatment on a left leg injury.Full Story