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The Suns open training camp on September 25 at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Devin Booker is reportedly set to undergo hand surgery that will limit his involvement in the Suns' pre-season. Booker, who turns 22 next month, signed a five-year, $158 million contract extension this summer. Will Devin Booker be ready for the regular season? The Suns now have little guard depth, specifically at point guard, where Booker is expected to play big minutes after Phoenix dealt ...
  • There will always be rumours - Pogba brushes off Barcelona talk

    There will always be rumours - Pogba brushes off Barcelona talk

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    I joke about Manchester City but they are playing great football", he said. The Premier League side are keen to hire a recruitment analyst to "identify players who demonstrate the potential to play for the first team" according to a job advert posted on their official website .
  • Aussie Open chief urges coaching clarity after Serena row

    Aussie Open chief urges coaching clarity after Serena row

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    Williams who lost the final game to first timer, 20-year old Naomi Osaka , had gotten into a heated argument with the umpire Carlos Ramos , calling him a liar and a cheat for penalising her over alleged coaching. But I'm going to continue to fight for women and to fight for us to have equal - like Cornet should be able to take off her shirt without getting a fine.
  • Trump continues crusade against Nike amid 'Just Do It' campaign

    Trump continues crusade against Nike amid 'Just Do It' campaign

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    The NFL star sparked controversy when he started kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. The 41-year-old quarterback, who is about to start his 19th National Football League season with the Patriots, was asked for his opinion on Nike's new ad starring former National Football League quarterback Colin Kaepernick .
  • Aaron Rodgers to try to come back

    Aaron Rodgers to try to come back

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    The Packers' worst nightmare appeared to be starting all over again. Aaron Rodgers led the Packers back from a 17-point deficit in the fourth quarter. local time, 54 minutes after Rodgers had trouble putting weight on his left leg, he ran back onto the field and the comeback began. He says that's the knee Rodgers tore his ACL on in high school and had repaired in college.
  • Foles Re-Enacts Philly Special As Eagles Win NFL Opener

    Foles Re-Enacts Philly Special As Eagles Win NFL Opener

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    It was eerie how closely the ending of Eagles-Falcons Thursday night resembled the final moments of the divisional playoff game between these two teams in January. Jenkins and defensive end Michael Bennett were on the sideline when the national anthem was played and made no overt demonstrations while it was played.
  • Novak Djokovic after winning US Open 2018

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    Djokovic was better than del Potro on their many lengthy exchanges, using his trademark body-twisting, limb-splaying court coverage to get to almost every ball, sneakers squeaking around the blue court in Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the roof was closed because of rain.
  • Nike online sales surge after company unveils Kaepernick ad campaign, report says

    Nike online sales surge after company unveils Kaepernick ad campaign, report says

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    The company drew immediate backlash this week for a print ad that stated, " Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything ". A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that Kaepernick was watching the ad's first television airing on NBC at an event held at Nike's world headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.
  • Nadal advances to US Open semi-final

    Nadal advances to US Open semi-final

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    Nadal, the defending champion, needed almost five hours to defeat ninth seed Thiem in a deciding tie-break after losing the opening set 6-0. Seeking his 18th grand slam trophy, Nadal was stunned in a first set won to love by Thiem before the Spaniard came back to take the next two.
  • BMW Golf Leaderboard 3rd round: Schauffele leads, Woods slides

    BMW Golf Leaderboard 3rd round: Schauffele leads, Woods slides

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    Tiger Woods reflected on a frustrating day on the greens after he slipped five shots off the lead following a second-round 70 at the BMW Championship . Cameron Smith completes the Australian contingent and his 68 left him at even par. Fleetwood, playing his first full season on the PGA Tour , fired his second straight eight-under 62 to get into contention.
  • Eagles hold off Falcons to begin title defense

    Eagles hold off Falcons to begin title defense

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    Jones couldn't come down with Ryan's pass from the 2 in the right corner of the end zone in Atlanta's 15-10 loss in the divisional round in January. "You want to be in that position", said cornerback Ronald Darby , who was physical with Jones and pushed Jones out of bounds to force the incomplete.
  • Williams crushes Sevastova to reach US Open final

    Williams crushes Sevastova to reach US Open final

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    She was thinking about survival. Serena reached the Wimbledon final in July, but ultimately lost to Angelique Kerber. Then, she served aces just like her idol would. When asked about their rivalry during the postmatch news conference, Osaka said, "She beat me 6-0 until I was 15, so I don't know if you could call it a rivalry if she could beat me 6-0".
  • Tom Brady focused on football and the Patriots season

    Tom Brady focused on football and the Patriots season

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    Week 1 of the regular season is now only a couple of days away, and that means fantasy football is back. "Obviously, we're both AFC teams, so a lot of times, playing in these early games [determines] a lot of things down the line". So I don't think that will be as much of an unknown with him as how to stop him. From the Texans perspective, the Houston Chronicle has tight end Ryan Griffin exhausted of losing to the Patriots.
  • US Open 2018: Djokovic marches past Millman into semi-final

    US Open 2018: Djokovic marches past Millman into semi-final

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    But it was Djokovic who benefited from the break. But he did move on, and now will face Kei Nishikori in the semifinals. But we saw him a couple of nights ago. American player Nicole Gibbs told CNN previous year that she'd first started receiving online abuse while playing college tennis. "There are so many people that stayed at the stadium and its past midnight".
  • Spain attacker showing support for his coach

    Spain attacker showing support for his coach

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    Ramos said that it was the job of the current squad to restore Spain to the heights that saw them triumph in three consecutive global tournaments - the European championships of 2008 and 2012 and the World Cup of 2010. Aspas denied that the players rebelled in Russian Federation under Fernando Hierro as interim coach. Ramos: "He is the player with the most personality on and off the field for Spain ".
  • Djokovic, del Potro need no OT to advance to US Open final

    Djokovic, del Potro need no OT to advance to US Open final

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    Nadal said that he first felt a knee problem in his second- or third-round match last week and that it acted up again Friday starting in the fifth game. I didn't take any pleasure in watching Nadal go through the motions in that second set - especially in case he did more damage. Of the now nine grand slams he has played since returning, Del Potro has reached the quarter-finals twice, the semi-finals twice and, at last, another final, where he awaits the victor of Novak Djokovic's clash ...
  • Nike reputation declines after Colin Kaepernick ad, poll says

    Nike reputation declines after Colin Kaepernick ad, poll says

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    Nike unveiled earlier this week that quarterback and social activist Kaepernick would be the face of its newest advertisements celebrating the 30th anniversary of the company's "Just Do It" campaign . The issue of players kneeling during the national anthem could once again take center stage as the NFL season kicks off on Thursday. Covington posted on Twitter to support the Nike boycott that a lot of people have joined.
  • Tiger Woods endures tough day on the greens at BMW Championship

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    Woods had ignited thoughts of his career first 59 after an outward nine that produced a seventh hole eagle and four birdies in a six-under par 29. He added another birdie on the first hole, his 10th of the day, to get to seven-under. It was the lowest score for Woods since he shot 61 in the second round of the 2013 Bridgestone Invitational, which he won by seven shots for his 79th title on the PGA Tour and 90th worldwide.
  • Nike Kaepernick campaign to kick off Thursday during National Football League opener

    Nike Kaepernick campaign to kick off Thursday during National Football League opener

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    The poll comes just hours after Nike posted the advertisement online; prompting a fierce backlash over Kaepernick's refusal to stand during the performance of the U.S. After Nike's ad launched Monday, Kyle penned a lengthy Facebook post which said that she was disappointed with Nike's choice in Kaepernick. "I think that's worse than kneeling, in a certain way".
  • Defending the US Open not Stephens' priority

    Defending the US Open not Stephens' priority

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    Anastasija Sevastova speaks after her US Open quarterfinal win over defending champion Sloane Stephens . Next up for Williams is a quarter-final meeting with eighth seeded Czech Karolina Pliskova. That last comment brought laughter from the assembled reporters, given Sevastova's tendency to play drop shots and vary her angle of attack on a regular basis.
  • Is Naomi Osaka ready for a Grand Slam title?

    Is Naomi Osaka ready for a Grand Slam title?

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    A short while after her win, Kei Nishikori held off Marin Cilic in five sets to mark the first time in the Open era that a Japanese man and woman advanced to the semifinals at the same Grand Slam. The American will contest her 31st major final and her ninth in NY. It was another hot afternoon Wednesday, with temperatures in the high-80s (30s Celsius) but feeling some 10 degrees hotter with the humidity.
  • New tournament offers back door to qualification for Euro 2020

    New tournament offers back door to qualification for Euro 2020

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    CARDIFF: Wales' Gareth Bale (top) attends a training session with team-mates at the Cardiff City Stadium on Wednesday for their Nations League match against Ireland. Germany and France will kick-off the Nations League at the Allianz Arena tomorrow in the first-ever League A match. Portugal will be Italy's second Nations League opponent on September 10, although the European champions will be without Cristiano Ronaldo, who asked to be left out following his move to Juventus.
  • Le'Veon Bell Skips Steelers Meeting, Holdout Could Extend Into The Season

    Le'Veon Bell Skips Steelers Meeting, Holdout Could Extend Into The Season

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    Bell's agent, Adisa Bakari, said on ESPN's NFL Live Wednesday that his client is "going to do the things necessary to protect his value long-term". Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger told reporters , "Football is the ultimate team sport". Meanwhile, the Steelers issued another statement through director of communications Burt Lauten.
  • Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho call truce at Manchester United

    Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho call truce at Manchester United

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    After a poor start to the Premier League season, United cruised to a 2-0 win at Burnley on Sunday. "I think he [Pogba] would like to be competing for more than he is at the moment." "We know that to come here [to Burnley] is always hard because they play direct, always in the box".
  • The stunning run of Naomi Osaka at the US Open

    The stunning run of Naomi Osaka at the US Open

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    Osaka, 20, said she was nervous, claiming to be "freaking out inside" - though it certainly never showed. Osaka's next match will be a tougher challenge: either No.14 seed Madison Keys , against whom she lost a 5-1 final set lead in the third round here two years ago and is 0-3 against overall; or No.30 seed Carla Suárez Navarro, her conqueror in the first round of Montréal a month ago.
  • Serena says still ‘long way to go’ at US Open

    Serena says still ‘long way to go’ at US Open

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    She handed her sister, Venus, the most lopsided loss of her season, survived a three-setter against a giant-killer who'd already unseated the No. 1 player in the world and overcame early-match jitters to beat a top-10 opponent for the first time since returning from maternity leave to secure a spot in the US Open semifinals for the 12th time in her career.
  • Barcelona scores eight vs. Huesca, including a jaw-dropping Lionel Messi goal

    Barcelona scores eight vs. Huesca, including a jaw-dropping Lionel Messi goal

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    He will face competition from former Real teammate Mordic, who played a key role in the Spanish giants' Champions League victory. "But now it's up to us to perform on the pitch". Meanwhile, Suarez said he would love to retire at Barca as the 31-year-old forward discussed his future. "There are clubs now with a lot of money and players move for that reason", he told Catalunya radio." "They're humble, hard-working and keep their heads down".
  • Cowboys offered second-rounder for Earl Thomas in last week

    Cowboys offered second-rounder for Earl Thomas in last week

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    Thomas has been one of Seattle's most consistent performers. The Seahawks are not in negotiations with Thomas, and there has been nothing to indicate that they are interested in giving him an extension while his current deal has a season remaining.
  • Thiem:

    Thiem: "Nadal defeat will stick in my mind forever"

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    Rafael Nadal was forced to go the distance in an epic five-setter against Dominic Thiem in their US Open quarter-final, while Serena Williams fought back to beat Karolina Pliskova and reach the semi-finals in NY. I had the chance to really appreciate all the things that happened to me during my career because I had in different moments tough injuries. But at one point, the 2016 Olympic Games star looked tense as she stood up to applaud her beau.
  • Modric battles Ronaldo Salah again — FIFA BEST AWARD

    Modric battles Ronaldo Salah again — FIFA BEST AWARD

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    Ronaldo swapped Spain for Italy in a deal worth 100 million euros ($117 million) in July, after securing a third consecutive European crown, and his fourth in five years with Real. Salah's strike in last December's Merseyside derby also makes the shortlist, with FIFA.com users voting for the victor. Norway and Lyon's Ada Hegerberg, Dzsenifer Marozsan of Germany and Lyon, and five-time victor Marta, of Brazil and Orlando Pride, were shortlisted for the women's prize.
  • Colin Kaepernick stars in new Nike ad campaign

    Colin Kaepernick stars in new Nike ad campaign

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    Hillsborough police are asking people to eschew a "national trend of destroying perfectly good Nike shoes", according to the department's Facebook page. "Guess what my son is NOT getting for school this year". "Sorry Nike, I've been buying you for the past 20-plus years". Two competitors, however - Adidas and Puma - reportedly considered signing Kaepernick themselves .
  • Woods, Mickelson added to Ryder Cup team as wild-card selections

    Woods, Mickelson added to Ryder Cup team as wild-card selections

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    The physics major solved all the equations and became the first player to win consecutive tournaments on the PGA Tour this season with a two-stroke victory over Justin Rose at the Dell Technologies Championship . DeChambeau, who started the year at No. 99 in the world, moved to No. 7, one spot past Rory McIlroy . DeChambeau, who attended the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine as a fan, said after his win at Ridgewood that playing he'd been on a "mission" to make the Ryder Cup team.
  • Gruden: We all Came to a Decision on Mack Together

    Gruden: We all Came to a Decision on Mack Together

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    He said it: "Probably the time I think about it the most is when I'm in my auto, driving home". "But it is what it is, it's part of the business". The hardest part for me is, obviously you lose a good football player, but he's my brother. Unfortunately, we had a standoff with a contract, and we could not come to terms. "One of the reasons I'm here is because of him". "Our right tackle, (on Mack's) second play, turned around and gave me the eyes when he rushed him", Nagy said.
  • Nadal outlasts Thiem in epic five-setter to reach semis

    Nadal outlasts Thiem in epic five-setter to reach semis

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    Nadal can enjoy an extra day of rest before Friday's semifinal against No. 3 seed Juan Martin del Potro. Nothing could separate them in the opening seven games, with just four points for the returners before Nadal earned a break in game eight after a poor backhand from Dominic.
  • Umpire wrong in Kyrgios 'I want to help you' row, says Federer

    Umpire wrong in Kyrgios 'I want to help you' row, says Federer

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    In a statement, the United States Tennis Association said Lahyani "left his chair to check on the condition" of Kyrgios. But the one, THE ONE and only person you should least expect any help from is the umpire. "They can tell him from the chair". He doesn't need to say the words he said on the video. "I think everybody knows that". I don't think he has to go down and take the position of a coach, like you see on the WTA Tour.
  • US Open 2018: Roger Federer knocked out by Australian John Millman

    US Open 2018: Roger Federer knocked out by Australian John Millman

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    With the win, Keys improved to 5-0 lifetime against Cibulkova and becomes only the second woman, after Kerber, to reach the quarter-finals or better at three of the four Grand Slams this year. "Sometimes, you just have to survive". Next up for Keys, who was routed by Sloane Stephens in last year's final, is the victor of the evening clash between five-times Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova and Spanish 30th seed Carla Suarez Navarro.