Wimbledon stops to remember London bombings

London (AFP) - The Wimbledon championships came to a standstill on Tuesday as tennis-goers paused to remember the London bombings a decade ago.

Djokovic pulls off the great escape against Anderson

LONDON (Reuters) - Top seed and reigning champion Novak Djokovic pulled off the great escape at Wimbledon in beating South African Kevin Anderson 6-7(6) 6-7(6) 6-1 6-4 7-5 on Tuesday to reach his 25th...

Hurrell in doubt to face Storm

Warriors centre Konrad Hurrell is in doubt for the NRL match against the Melbourne Storm after hurting his right shoulder during a training session.

S. Africa cruise home in second Bangladesh T20

Dhaka (AFP) - Spinners Eddie Leie and Aaron Phangiso shared six wickets between them as South Africa thrashed Bangladesh by 31 runs in the second Twenty20 international to take the two-match series 2-0 in Dhaka Tuesday.

France picks Mahut over Monfils for GB Davis Cup clash

PARIS (Reuters) - France have left Gael Monfils out of their team to play Great Britain in the Davis Cup next week, preferring lower-ranked Nicolas Mahut for his grasscourt and doubles skills - as pre...

Ferrer a surprise inclusion for Russia tie

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spain's new Davis Cup captain Conchita Martinez sprung a surprise on Tuesday by naming world number seven David Ferrer in her team for next week's Group I tie away to Russia. ...

Micronesia urges FIFA help after 46-0 thrashing

Sydney (AFP) - Micronesia were humiliated 46-0 by Vanuatu on Tuesday in one of the most lopsided scores ever seen in football, with the Pacific nation urging FIFA to help them improve.