• Nadal sets up Cilic semi-final in Shanghai
Nadal sets up Cilic semi-final in Shanghai

Nadal, enjoying a late-career flourish, defeated good friend Dimitrov on his way to winning the China Open on Sunday, his sixth title of the season. Here, Dimitrov extended their quarterfinal to a third set when he rebounded from a 4-2 deficit to win the second-set tiebreaker.

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  • Australia beat India by 8 wickets in 2nd T20
Australia beat India by 8 wickets in 2nd T20

India has already won the One Day match series with Australia by 4-1. Chasing a paltry 119, Australia initially got a taste of their own medicine from India's new ball pair of Jasprit Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar Kumar to be reduced to 13/2.

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  • Tim Cahill does it again for the Socceroos
Tim Cahill does it again for the Socceroos

Nerves were settled nearly immediately as Mathew Leckie burst brilliantly down the right before hitting an inviting cross for Tim Cahill , who thumped in a headed equaliser for his 49th strike in Australian colours. Taking a break from the raging war, millions of Syrians at home and overseas cheered, shouted and bit their nails in frustration as...

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  • Feinstein Likely to Run for Reelection: 'Ready for a Good Fight'
Feinstein Likely to Run for Reelection: 'Ready for a Good Fight'

She said the change in gun laws must be permanent and codified by Congress, not addressed through regulations only. The issue of gun violence surged to the fore last week after a shooter in Las Vegas slaughtered 58 people and injured almost 500 more with high-powered semi-automatic rifles.

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  • Sri Lanka dominate Pakistan in second Test
Sri Lanka dominate Pakistan in second Test

They could have enough runs on the board. They have lost matches from stronger positions in the past three years. Pakistan's small victories, however, ensured the dream of a squared series endures into day three. Sri Lanka won the toss and came to bat first and with their destructive batting line up, they dominated Pakistani world class bowler...

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  • USA overrun Panama 4-0 to boost 2018 qualification chances
USA overrun Panama 4-0 to boost 2018 qualification chances

From the opening whistle, the aggressive USA attack set the tempo and the tone for the match. Pulisic went on to set up the second goal, placing a ball through the Panamanian box past the keeper and on a silver platter for Jozy Altidore to tap into the net.

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  • Google Brings Cellular Service to Puerto Rico Using Balloons
Google Brings Cellular Service to Puerto Rico Using Balloons

Sadly, the Hurricane Maria had ripped off nearly everything from the country, from cultivation to the networking connections. Project Loon is certainly one of the more "out there" projects that being funded by Google's parent company Alphabet .

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  • Saudi king, Putin eye energy, arms deals on landmark Russia visit
Saudi king, Putin eye energy, arms deals on landmark Russia visit

The oil giant's meeting of se two former opponents is a precursor to restructuring of global power relations. The dramatic improvement in relations between Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia comes even though both countries support different sides in the six-year war in Syria.

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  • Height matters for Jose Mourinho's Manchester United
Height matters for Jose Mourinho's Manchester United

Matic added: "We cannot be relaxed for the future because we have to win more, focus because the teams now know how we play, the teams know our formation, our players and, of course, in the future those will want to show they can play against Manchester United ".

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  • Indian football team gets boost ahead of mega-event
Indian football team gets boost ahead of mega-event

Led by 16-year-old Amarjit Singh Kiyam, the boys have had quite a few exposure tours in the recent past in tune-up to what will be a landmark tournament in the Indian football history. The highest overall tournament attendance was in China in 1985 in the inaugural tournament, with 1,231,000 fans flocking to the stadiums, averaging 38,469 fans per g...

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  • Attack on BSF camp near Srinagar worldwide airport, 1 militant killed
Attack on BSF camp near Srinagar worldwide airport, 1 militant killed

Camp near Srinagar airport that was attacked on morning was heavily damaged by three terrorists. Shortly after their entry, there was heavy barrage of fire and explosions between militants and the security personnel. The militants attacked 182 battalion camp of the BSF near the Srinagar global airport early on Tuesday. Top state police, BSF a...

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  • Chelsea star Alvaro Morata ruled out for six weeks with hamstring injury?
Chelsea star Alvaro Morata ruled out for six weeks with hamstring injury?

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata is reportedly facing six weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury. Alvaro Morata has pulled out of Spain's squad for their upcoming clashes with Albania and Israel due to injury. Michy Batshuayi is the obvious replacement for Morata, but Conte had rarely turned to the young striker to lead Chelsea's li...

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  • NFL Week Four Match Up: Raiders at Broncos
NFL Week Four Match Up: Raiders at Broncos

Quarterback Derek Carr played probably one of the worst games I've seen him play since donning the Silver & Black. Since the Raiders trailed the entire game against the Redskins, it's a given that they were going to end up throwing the ball more.

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  • Twitter reacts to gutsy, surprise onside kick by Texas Tech
Twitter reacts to gutsy, surprise onside kick by Texas Tech

Rudolph led Oklahoma State's 79-yard drive to the decisive score. At the start of the second quarter, Shimonek threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Cantrell to put Tech up 14-7 with 14:14 left in the first half. The Red Raiders went three and out on their next offensive possession, followed by a blocked punt attempt that gave Oklahoma State the ball ...

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  • Dolphins game preview: Week 4 vs. Saints in London
Dolphins game preview: Week 4 vs. Saints in London

In Saints vs. Dolphins , that can't happen if Miami is going to win. "It doesn't have to be aesthetically pleasing to be effective", he said . The first half was marked by 13 penalties, poor execution and missed opportunities. Ken Crawley read Cutler on a fade route in the end zone, picking off the pass, wrecking the 'Fins drive. The Dolphi...

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"Sunday Night Football" ratings were down, but Trump can't take the credit

That's down eight percent from the Week 2 Sunday night matchup between Atlanta and Green Bay and down 10 percent from the NFL's Week 3 game a year ago. It is meant to call attention to what the protesting players see as a pattern of racism against African-Americans by police, but Trump has strongly criticized the action.

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  • Star duo set to miss Shakhtar clash, Mendy faces late fitness test
Star duo set to miss Shakhtar clash, Mendy faces late fitness test

Aguero, who is just one short of equalling City's all-time goalscoring record of 177, has tormented Spurs since arriving in England in 2011, netting nine times against the Londoners. That record was set by 1930s hero Eric Brook and has stood since league football shut down for the Second World War. He then took the time to talk about City's u...

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  • Saquon Barkley named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week
Saquon Barkley named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

Del Rio, who relieved Feleipe Franks in the second half, completed 9 of 14 passes for 74 yards. The upset was avoided when wide receiver Juwan Johnson got his first career touchdown reception to win the game in the final seconds. They could have seen maybe the best running back in the country go up against one of the best linebackers. In fact, ...

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  • No structural damage in left knee, no setback for Sam Bradford
No structural damage in left knee, no setback for Sam Bradford

Tampa Bay, held to three points in the first half, got two Winston touchdown passes in the third quarter, to Cameron Brate and DeSean Jackson , cutting the Vikings' lead to 31-17. Jarius Wright added a touchdown catch for the Vikings. Nobody was kneeling on the Vikings sideline, but many players also stood arm in arm, with owners Zygi Wilf an...

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  • Clayton Kershaw gave up his first ever grand slam against the Phillies
Clayton Kershaw gave up his first ever grand slam against the Phillies

It was the longest scoreless streak by any pitcher against the Phillies since the Mets' Tom Seaver blanked them for 38 consecutive innings from 1969-70. "I thought he pitched really well tonight", continued Roberts. Galvis popped one of the Phillies' three jacks in a seven-run second inning. While the Phillies did win the game 4-3, Kersha...

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