SINGAPORE: Russia’s Maria Sharapova let slip three match points as she crashed out of the WTA Finals in Singapore and lost her chance to become the year-end world number one on Friday.
SEPANG: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today he hoped Malaysian motor sports athletes would achieve more success on the world stage.
REAL Madrid handed Liverpool a 3-0 Champions League reality check on Wednesday as Arsenal struck twice at the death in a 2-1 win at Anderlecht to mark manager Arsene Wenger’s 65th birthday in style.
THE stage is set for Pandelela Rinong to brush aside speculation of her injury when the diver competes in the Malaysian leg of the World Grand Prix at National Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil today.
IN THE past month three Astana doping cases have come to light, with Kazakh brothers Maxim and Valentin Iglinskiy testing positive for the banned blood booster EPO and trainee Ilya Davidenok, another Kazakh, returning an adverse analytical finding for anabolic steroids.
CATERHAM Formula One employees found their factory closed yesterday but a legal administrator overseeing the property held out hope that the struggling team might still survive.
MILAN: Juventus host Palermo on Sunday looking to build on their slim advantage over Roma as both Serie A giants limp back to domestic duty following respective beatings in Europe earlier this week.
SYDNEY: From day one, their maiden Asian Champions League campaign has been a leap into the unknown for the Western Sydney Wanderers, so they feel little trepidation about taking on Saudi heavyweights Al Hilal in the first leg of the final tomorrow.
CONCEDING six goals in two matches is not the kind of form any team would like to take to the fiery cauldron of Larkin Stadium with a place in the Malaysia Cup final at stake.
LONDON: Embattled Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says he struggled to look their army of fans in the eye during their terrible start to the Premier League season.
LEE Chong Wei, who is alleged to have failed a doping test at the World Championships in Copenhagen in August, is likely a victim of circumstances.
DELIA Arnold stunned World No 13 Madeline Perry yesterday to set up a quarter-final showdown with Nicol David at the Macau Open.
Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi is looking to take a major step towards securing second place in the world championship over teammate Jorge Lorenzo at the Malaysian MotoGP this weekend.
LONDON: Mario Balotelli’s misfiring career at Anfield took another turn for the worst against Real Madrid on Wednesday with a halftime shirt-swap that did not impress manager Brendan Rodgers.
ZULFAHMI Khairuddin has been handed a lifeline after he was revealed yesterday as the main rider for the newly-formed Sepang International Circuit (SIC) Racing Team in Moto3 next year.
MALAYSIA Dragons coach Ariel Vanguardia warned his players not to let slip a great opportunity to secure the top seeding in the Asian Basketball League playoffs today.
MADRID: Atletico Madrid must not let down their guard after Wednesday’s thumping Champions League win at home to Malmo, coach Diego Simeone said.
THE proposed motorsports circuit in Kedah took a step closer towards becoming a reality after the state signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Sepang International Circuit (SIC) with the project expected to be completed within the next three years.
WITH three wins in three Champions League games and a better goal difference than any other team in the competition, Borussia Dortmund are enjoying a perfect start in Europe despite their domestic slump.
VALENCIA: Andy Murray eased into the quarter-finals of the Valencia Open with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Italian Fabio Fognini yesterday.
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