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His return to the top spot will be formally rubber-stamped on Monday morning. Federer first became world number one in 2004, when he beat Juan Carlos Ferrero in the semi-final of the Australian Open before going on to take the title. "I saved the best for the last", added Federer, who has a 12-0 record this season. What a week it's been, absolutely wonderful. While most aren't surprised he's back at the top, Federer himself couldn't quite believe it.
  • Rooney: Mkhitaryan wasn't given enough freedom at Manchester United

    Rooney: Mkhitaryan wasn't given enough freedom at Manchester United

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    Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan did not have the freedom to succeed at Manchester United , according to his former team-mate Wayne Rooney . " "He knew how to speak to players, how to get a reaction." ". "Another one or two players coming in this summer, and I don't think they are that far away".
  • New York Mets reach agreement with Todd Frazier

    New York Mets reach agreement with Todd Frazier

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    Asdrubal Cabrera will now most likely shift to being the club's full-time second baseman and the prospect of a starting role for Jose Reyes is probably off the table. The Mets added some instant pop to their lineup Monday, reportedly reaching a deal with free-agent third baseman Todd Frazier . Otherwise this might be the high water mark of their offseason.
  • England rack up seven tries in emphatic win over Italy

    England rack up seven tries in emphatic win over Italy

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    Youngs suffered ligament damage nine minutes into a 46-15 Six Nations victory over Italy at the Stadio Olimpico. Italy were given time to catch their breath during a lengthy delay as Youngs was treated before being carted off with a knee injury, but they were caught cold when the rapid Watson darted away for a second score.
  • Pakistani nation stands united on Kashmir issue: PM Khaqan

    Pakistani nation stands united on Kashmir issue: PM Khaqan

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    He said brutal force and propaganda cannot gag the voice of freedom, nor it can alter Pakistan's resolute and principled stance on Kashmir. He said the Kashmir Solidarity Day reflected a spirit of unity among all the ranks and files of the nation and the legitimate struggle of Kashmiris.
  • Washington will consider using franchise tag on Cousins despite Alex Smith trade

    Washington will consider using franchise tag on Cousins despite Alex Smith trade

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    His performance earned the praises of Broncos players, many of whom believe general manager John Elway will try to acquire a veteran this offseason to turn around their two-year quarterbacking slump. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday that acquiring Cousins' services might be more complicated than that. If Washington just lets him go, they would probably get a third-round compensatory selection in the 2019 draft.
  • West Ham recruitment head fired for block on African players

    West Ham recruitment head fired for block on African players

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    Though West Ham have recently issued a statement defending themselves against racism accusations, former player Diafra Sakho has said that the club doesn't want black players there. We have got to keep looking forward to the next game, though, and try to get the points in that. "They lie to people, they pretend I am bad because I have character", the Senegalese worldwide said on his Snapchat account.
  • CAS reinstates Russian athletes banned by the IOC

    CAS reinstates Russian athletes banned by the IOC

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    CAS said in its judgement: "In 28 cases, the evidence collected was found to be insufficient to establish that an anti-doping rule violation (ADRV) was committed by the athletes concerned". The IOC notes that CAS said the urgent ruling "does not mean that these 28 athletes are declared innocent". More important than the fate of 28 athletes is the damage the affair has done to the sport as a whole.
  • Kirk Cousins' tenure in Washington comes to an unofficial end

    Kirk Cousins' tenure in Washington comes to an unofficial end

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    The third-year cornerback, coming to the Kansas City Chiefs in a reported trade that would send quarterback Alex Smith to the Redskins , went through a series of emotions on social media Tuesday as news swirled about the move. Between the draft pick and cap relief, Kansas City general manager Brett Veach will have the opportunity to add pieces to help Mahomes, or upgrade the defense (that's already started with the Fuller addition).
  • Brutal photo shows Hyeon Chung's Australian Open injury

    Brutal photo shows Hyeon Chung's Australian Open injury

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    The 21-year-old sent 12-time Grand Slam victor Novak Djokovic packing in the quarter-finals, although the Serb was carrying an injury and not at his best. You'd hope that with the finals next up the network has heard the voices of tennis fans and won't miss any more games due to excessive advertising.
  • Jaguars S Barry Church fined for hit on Pats' Rob Gronkowski

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    The NFL's concussion protocol, which allows players to participate in non-contact practice situations before they are officially cleared. Gronkowski hadn't been on the practice field since his second-quarter exit from the AFC title game following a helmet-to-helmet hit from Jaguars safety Barry Church .
  • Newport County vs Tottenham Hotspur: FA Cup fourth round

    Newport County vs Tottenham Hotspur: FA Cup fourth round

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    They remain unbeaten in their last six matches and that form has pushed Michael Flynn's troops into eighth in the League Two table. The last time Tottenham lost to fourth-tier opposition was when they faced Russell Slade's Grimsby Town in September 2005.