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Daily Archives: March 14, 2018

Indian Wells: Caroline Wozniacki beaten by Daria Kasatkina; Angelique Kerber & Simona Halep through

Daria Kasatkina beat US Open champion Sloane Stephens in the third round at Indian Wells World number two Caroline Wozniacki was beaten by Russia’s Daria Kasatkina in the fourth round at Indian Wells. The Dane, who could have reclaimed the top ranking by winning the tournament, was beaten 6-4 7-5 by the Russian. Romania’s Simona Halep, who moved into the ...

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2019 Presidents Cup: Tiger Woods may encourage US team to play Australian Open in Sydney as warm up

TIGER Woods has left the door open for Australian Open organisers to entice golf’s biggest names to play their tournament in the lead up to the 2019 Presidents Cup. Woods was unveiled this week as captain of the American side for the December 9-15 showpiece at Royal Melbourne. The 14-time major winner could headline a bevy of American superstars vying ...

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Hot Seat: Young stars feel that Tiger glare

Tiger Woods looks as if he’s getting ready to bring the heat again. That could mean this new generation of players will soon be getting their britches toasted, maybe even as early as Sunday, at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, or in a month, at the Masters. Here’s our special heat index measuring who’s on the Hot Seat in golf this ...

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Leisurely, lethargic & deservedly beaten – how Man Utd went out with a whimper

Jose Mourinho’s only realistic remaining chance of silverware this season is the FA Cup – his side play Brighton in the quarter-finals at Old Trafford on Saturday Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is getting a lot of stick from his side’s fans for the way they went out of the Champions League on Tuesday – and rightly so. Mourinho said ...

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Trendsetter Wie dealing with arthritic wrists

ORLANDO, Fla. – Although it’s impossible to pick the exact moment when the artist succumbed to the scientist, the metamorphosis has been unmistakable. Tiger Woods had always balanced his genius on the precipice between technical perfection and natural creativity, spending hours perfecting his technique, whatever technique he was invested in at the time, but reverting to the adventurous teen-ager when ...

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