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Down but not out, Djokovic just glad to make final

tennisMELBOURNE-- A solemn Novak Djokovic will look for positives from his previous clashes at Melbourne Park after playing arguably his worst match of the tournament in edging a mentally "dead" Stan Wawrinka in five sets on Friday.
  The top-seeded Serb blew hot and cold in the 7-6(1) 3-6 6-4 4-6 6-0 semi-final victory, squandering a winning position in the fourth set and being fortunate that...

Belichick sees 'relentless' Seattle as model for others

PHOENIX-- New England head coach Bill Belichick is not known for heaping compliments on his own team, but when it...

Murray books fourth final, Serena to face Sharapova

TENNISMELBOURNE-- After three heart-breaking trips to the final, Andy Murray secured another shot at Australian Open glory...

Asian Cup finalists gunning for breakthrough win

SYDNEY-- The first Asian Cup held in Australia has already exceeded expectations and now the stars have aligned to...

Amla, Rossouw punish wayward Windies again

winfiesPRETORIA-- Hashim Amla and Rilee Rossouw smashed quick-fire centuries as South Africa crushed a profligate West...

Ivory Coast beat Cameroon to set up Algeria clash

LONDON-- Max Gradel scored a superb first-half goal as Ivory Coast beat Cameroon 1-0 in Group D of the African...

Ghana, Algeria advance to Nations Cup quarter-finals

ghanaMONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea-- Ghana produced a storming comeback and Algeria ratified their top ranking as both...

Red Bull flat out as first F1 test looms

MILTON KEYNES, England-- Former champions Red Bull are rushing to get their new Formula One car ready for Sunday's...

Venus illuminate Australia Day

venusMELBOURNE- - A scintillating fireworks show that illuminated the cityscape and commemorated Australia Day fittingly...

DR Congo squeeze into Nations Cup quarter-finals

congoEBIBEYIN, Equatorial Guinea-- Democratic Republic of Congo squeezed into the African Nations Cup quarter-finals on...

Murray pays back dangerous Dimitrov

tennisMELBOURNE-- Andy Murray avenged his shock loss at last year's Wimbledon and battled his way into his 16th successive...

Russell blasts Windies to one-wicket win

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa-- All-rounder Andre Russell smashed a match-winning half-century as West Indies claimed...

Federer toppled, Nadal powers on

nadalMELBOURNE--Rafa Nadal restored a semblance of order to the Australian Open on Friday after Italian Andreas Seppi sent...

United Arab Emirates stun champs Japan on penalties

uaejapanSYDNEY--United Arab Emirates produced one of the greatest Asian Cup upsets to send champions Japan tumbling out of...

Senegal on brink of spot in Nations Cup last eight

MONGOMO, Equatorial Guinea--Senegal need a point from their last Group C tie to reach the African Nations Cup...

Cahill saves his best for Australia again

austBRISBANE-- Millwall and Everton might beg to differ but Tim Cahill has always saved his best for Australia.

In an...

Belichick denies any involvement in ball deflation

NEW YORK-- New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick denied any knowledge of the footballs being deflated for...

Ailing Nadal survives on day of great escapes  

nadalMELBOURNE-- An ailing Rafa Nadal dug deep into his vast reservoir of grit to stave off American qualifier Tim Smyczek...

Windies wilt to Proteas fire in East London

EAST LONDON, South Africa- - West Indies tour of South Africa hit a new low on Wednesday when they were bundled out...

England overpower India by nine wickets in ODI

eng_indiaBRISBANE-- England thrashed India by nine wickets with more than 22 overs to spare on Tuesday to record their first...

A tale of two Super Bowl-bound cities

NEW YORK-- New England has the Boston Tea Party and cream pie, Seattle has Starbucks and marijuana but only one will...

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Notices January 30
Friday, 30 January 2015
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