Canadian world No 14 Denis Shapovalov shocked the Australian Open with an extraordinary outburst, claiming that his quarter-final opponent Rafael Nadal and other members of the so-called “Big Three” receive preferential treatment.
Jerami Grant and his representatives have presented a list of teams to the Detroit Pistons where he would prefer a trade if they decide to go in that direction at the deadline. Grant signed a three-year deal with the Pistons during the 2020 ...
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel offered support for offensive coordinator Todd Downing in a Monday press conference, but didn’t rule out the possibility of other changes to his coaching staff. Some of those changes have come to light on Tuesday. According to multiple reports, the Titans are parting ways with inside linebackers coach Jim Haslett, [more]
While world No 1 Jon Rahm reiterated his opposition to the benign tests presented on the PGA Tour so far this year, Collin Morikawa, the American on the Spaniard’s tail in the rankings, acknowledged his own discomfort at “easy” layouts.
Attempting to track all the rituals Rafael Nadal goes through during a match of tennis is almost as difficult as beating him. If watching him complete his bewildering array of tics and superstitions can be exhausting, playing against him must be infuriating, as Denis Shapovalov made clear today.
Klay Thompson is playing a few more minutes now, making pretty passes and knocking down shots from all spots on the floor. “I really pride myself on my efficiency, so it felt good to be myself again,” Thompson said. Golden State's shooting star returned and scored 15 points to go with six assists after he sat out two games, Stephen Curry had 18 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and the Warriors pounded Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks 130-92 on Tuesday night.