Don't count Kyrgios out, says Newcombe

Three-times champion John Newcombe says he can't place a limit on what Nick Kyrgios is capable of as the Australian eyes Wimbledon glory.

Smith to reach out to McKinnon: Storm

Melbourne boss Dave Donaghy says Cameron Smith will want to reach out to Alex McKinnon after criticism of Smith's behaviour following his spinal injury.

Rahat strikes to keep Pakistan in hunt

Pallekele (Sri Lanka) (AFP) - Left-arm seamer Rahat Ali grabbed two quick wickets to lead Pakistan's fightback after Sri Lanka took a 63-run lead in the series-deciding third Test in Pallekele on Sunday.

Dagg itching to get back for All Blacks

All Black Israel Dagg says he just wants to get back out and have some fun on the rugby field after a lengthy spell on the sidelines because of injury.

South Africa opt to bat in first Bangladesh Twenty20

Dhaka (AFP) - South Africa captain Faf du Plessis won the toss and elected to bat first in the first Twenty20 international of two-match series against Bangladesh at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka on Sunday.

All Blacks fullback Israel Dagg- 'I’ll try and go the 80’.

The All Blacks are racking up the numbers as they focus on tackling Samoa in a one off Test in Apia next week. With 17 All Blacks from the Highlanders and Hurricanes involved in Saturday night's Super Rugby final, coach Steven Hansen and his selectors have called in backline reinforcements Charlie Ngatai, Tom Taylor and Seta Tamanivalu. This takes the amount of players selected in the All Blacks training squad to 49. Hansen is more than comfortable introducing extra players to the All Black family. "It's a special occasion they're excited and they bring enthusiasm to the group as any new player would I think they're thankful for the opportunity and I'm sure they'll make the most of it which will put pressure on other people that aren't here," said Hansen.

All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster - overall we're pleased with what we've got.

The All Blacks are racking up the numbers as they focus on tackling Samoa in a one off Test in Apia next week. With 17 All Blacks from the Highlanders and Hurricanes involved in Saturday night's Super Rugby final, coach Steven Hansen and his selectors have called in backline reinforcements Charlie Ngatai, Tom Taylor and Seta Tamanivalu. This takes the amount of players selected in the All Blacks training squad to 49. Hansen is more than comfortable introducing extra players to the All Black family. "It's a special occasion they're excited and they bring enthusiasm to the group as any new player would I think they're thankful for the opportunity and I'm sure they'll make the most of it which will put pressure on other people that aren't here," said Hansen.

TA hoping Tomic doesn't self destruct

Tennis says it's up to Bernard Tomic how he reacts to his Davis Cup ban, but hopes the Australian No.1 cops his punishment on the chin.

Villa fires New York City to win over Montreal

(Reuters) - New York City continued their recent surge as Spaniard David Villa notched two classy goals, including the late winner, in a 2-1 away win over Montreal Impact in Major League Soccer (MLS) ...