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Sharapova on the Rise, Rome Winner Svitolina Stays Put

Maria Sharapova's run to the Italian Open semi-finals has earned her an 11-place jump to 29th in the latest WTA rankings on Monday.

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Lebanon Hosts First All-Female Classic Car Rally

Lebanon is hosting its first ever women-only classic car rally, with female drivers flying in from across the world for the occasion.

The 28 drivers in the two-day Rallye des Graces event include women from France, the United Kingdom, China and Algeria.

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Svitolina Stuns Halep to Win Italian Open

Elina Svitolina underlined her status as a top favorite for the French Open by sweeping Simona Halep aside 6-0, 6-4 to successfully defend her Italian Open crown on Sunday.

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Chelsea Owner Abramovich 'Waiting for UK Visa'

Russian state media on Sunday cited an unconfirmed report that Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich's British visa has run out, while his spokesman declined to comment.

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Sanchez Has to 'Improve' Insists United Great Scholes

Manchester United great Paul Scholes has warned Alexis Sanchez he must improve following his lackluster display in Saturday's FA Cup final defeat by Chelsea, saying his performances "can't get any worse."

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Italy Great Buffon to Leave Juventus

Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon announced on Thursday that he will leave the Turin giants after 17 years but did not call time as expected on his playing career.

Buffon, 40, captained Juventus to a seventh straight Serie A title and fourth consecutive Italian Cup triumph this season.

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Wagner Resigns from Germany Duty after World Cup Snub

Bayern Munich's out-spoken striker Sandro Wagner has reacted to his surprise omission from Germany's provisional World Cup squad by retiring from international duty.

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England Fans Warned over Flag-Waving at World Cup

Police chiefs have urged England fans attending the World Cup not to display the flag of St George over fears it will be seen as antagonistic to their Russian hosts.

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Nadal, Djokovic Power On as Thiem Crashes Out in Rome

Former winners Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic powered into the third round of the Italian Open in Rome on Wednesday but Austrian Dominic Thiem fell at the first hurdle.

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With World Cup Looming, Neymar Admits: 'Nobody is as Scared as Me'

As Neymar, the world's most expensive player, battles to be fit for Brazil's World Cup campaign, he is aware of the pressure.

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