31 July 2014

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Tennis: Serena in 'difficult period', says coach Mouratoglou

PARIS Serena Williams, whose Wimbledon campaign ended with her in tears and on the verge of fainting, is enduring a "difficult period" in her life, her French coach said Wednesday.The world number one was knocked out in the third round of the singles at the All England Club before retiring from her doubles where she had to be led off the court by sister Venus with her problems attributed to a "viral illness".Although her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou refused to discuss the American's current mood, he did admit

Golf: Stage set for tight British Open

HOYLAKE The stage was set on Wednesday for the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool Golf club with title contenders keeping one eye on back-from-injury Tiger Woods and another on the ever-changing weather conditions.The final day of practice for what is building up to be one of the most open Opens in years was marked by heavy downpours on the Wirral peninsula, edged in between Liverpool and the north Wales coastline, sending spectators scurrying for cover and players

Cycling: Gallopin wins Tour de France 11th stage

OYONNAX  Two days after wearing the yellow jersey on Bastille Day, Frenchman Tony Gallopin won the 11th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday.The 26-year-old escaped from a depleted peloton on a fast descent in the last 10km of the 187.5km run from Besancon to Oyonnax.Although he was caught by a trio of chasers, he attacked them in the final 3km and held on for victory ahead of John Degenkolb and Matteo Trentin.Italian Vincenzo Nibali finished safely in the chasing pack and held onto the leader's yellow

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