This time, Federer has not lurched

Roger Federer did not falter against the French Julien Benneteau (6-2, 6-2) in the second round of the Olympic tournament. Richard Gasquet has passed the first round against Dutchman Robin Haase (6-3, 6-3). Gilles Simon Grigor Dimitrov dominated (6-3

Anthony Burgin charged

AFP Tuesday, Sep 25, 2007. 1:31 p.m. LONDON - Anthony Burgin, the man who was seriously injured in May 2005 in a road accident caused by former boxer Naseem Hamed has been charged with "reckless driving" after an "incident" with t

Confirmed: Halladay to Philly and Aumont

RDS.ca, Wednesday, Dec. 16 2009. 5:30 p.m. It's finally confirmed. Roy Halladay and Phillippe Aumont are going to Philadelphia, while Cliff Lee takes the path of Seattle. The Mariners got the lefty Philadelphia in return for three prospects, includin

Serena could miss a year of activities

Sunday, October 10, 2010 10:13 LINZ - Serena Williams said on its website that it "could be sidelined for a year" because his right foot has not healed properly. In a message broadcast Sunday, Williams said she was "drawn back" fo

A diagnosis for Morrow

Brandon Morrow (Image source: Getty) RDS.ca, Thursday, July 25, 2013. 3:27 p.m. The Blue Jays pitcher Brandon Morrow to Toronto to be absent for the next six weeks after being diagnosed with nerve injury in his right forearm. The renowned Dr. James A

Peach is unemployed

Greg Peach, right (Image source: Hamilton Tiger-Cats) Wednesday, 28 August 2013 11:47 HAMILTON, Ont. - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have released veteran defensive lineman Greg Peach Wednesday. The six-foot-three, 255 pounds had joined the Ticats as a fre

David Aardsma gets a chance to NY

AP Wednesday, Feb 22. 2012. 3:55 p.m. TAMPA, Fla. - Even injured reliever David Aardsma has been sold: the New York Yankees have made him Wednesday a one-year contract worth US $ 500 000. The pitcher 30 years missed all of last season. He began the s

Burleson and Vanden Bosch in Detroit

RDS.ca Friday, March 5, 2010 11:10 According to the Detroit Free Press, the Detroit Lions were awarded a five-year contract worth $ 25 million to wide receiver Nate Burleson. This agreement would have occurred just hours after the official start of t

NFL: no place for actors

AP Wednesday, 21 September 2011 11:05 NEW YORK - The NFL sent a memo to each of its 32 clubs to let them know that sanctions such as fines, suspensions and even the loss of draft picks could be imposed if the players are found guilty have feigned inj

A. Sanchez-Vicario settles accounts

AP Wednesday, Feb 8. 2012. 12:02 MADRID - Former tennis star Arantxa Sanchez Vicario accuses his parents, with whom she is estranged, have wasted and mismanaged 45 million euros (60 million US dollars) she pocketed court of his career. The Spanish 40

Andy Murray overtakes fatigue

AP Thursday, 12 November 2009 19:25 PARIS - Still exhausted after a short night of rest, Andy Murray lost to Czech Radek Stepanek 1-6, 6-3, 6-4 Thursday in the second round of the Paris Masters tennis. Unbeaten in 12 games played indoors this season,

Quagliarella, homecoming hero! - Photo

CASTELLAMARE STABIA - E 'was the only happy note of the World probably more embarrassing in the history of our football: Fabio Quagliarella, back home in his Castellammare after returning from South Africa, was greeted with enthusiasm (understatement

Incredible Campagnaro: risk breaking with Inter!

November 7, 2013 20:01 The story Campagnaro have spoken several times in these pages: the Argentine defender, unavailable for some time (late September) for the 'Inter Mazzarri, was summoned for the next two games of' by Argentina coach Alejandro Sab