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Murray to warm up for Wimbledon at Hurlingham event

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

(Reuters) – World number one Andy Murray will play two exhibition matches at next week’s Aspall Tennis Classic event in Hurlingham as he steps up preparations for his title defense at Wimbledon in July.

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Upset Cabrera asks Mets to trade him

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

(Reuters) – New York Mets infielder Asdrubal Cabrera said on Friday that he has asked the Mets to trade him after the team recently moved him from shortstop to second base.

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Ageless Gatlin beats the youngsters in U.S. 100m final

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) – Who says the old man still can’t run?

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Thompson wins Jamaican 100m title with year-best time

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

KINGSTON (Reuters) – Jamaica’s Olympic champion sprinter Elaine Thompson defended her national 100 meters title in Kingston on Friday with a world leading time of 10.71 seconds.

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Spieth leads by one despite pedestrian 69 at Travelers

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

(Reuters) – Jordan Spieth had an off day but still found himself in the lead after the second round at the Travelers Championship in Connecticut on Friday.

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Devils select Hischier with first overall draft pick

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

(Reuters) – The New Jersey Devils selected Swiss center Nico Hischier of the Halifax Mooseheads with the first overall pick in the 2017 National Hockey League Entry Draft in Chicago on Friday.

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McIlroy just survives cut, Day signs for wrong score

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

(Reuters) – Rory McIlroy almost missed the cut at the Travelers Championship on Friday after his foot slipped while playing his approach shot to the final hole, leading to an unexpected bogey in Cromwell, Connecticut.

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Oracle bank on gut reaction in America’s Cup

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reuters) – Sailors usually have cast iron stomachs, but in the quest to retain the America’s Cup, Oracle Team USA are leaving nothing to chance.

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Sailing: Winds of change for America’s Cup in Bermuda Triangle

/  24.06.2017  /  Sports 

HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reuters) – Mystery surrounds what next for the America’s Cup if New Zealand win sailing’s most prestigious prize in Bermuda next week.

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Renault vow to back Palmer during ‘tough period’

/  23.06.2017  /  Sports 

BAKU (Reuters) – Despite colliding with the barriers during Friday’s second practice session ahead of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Jolyon Palmer has the backing of his team according to Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul.

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