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FIFA Looks to Start World Cup in Qatar 1 Day Earlier

FIFA Looks to Start World Cup in Qatar 1 Day Earlier

The World Cup in Qatar could start one day earlier than scheduled with FIFA looking at a plan to let the host nation play Ecuador on Nov. 20, a person familiar with the proposal told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

 Morata May Help Atlético Madrid Complete its Attack

Morata May Help Atlético Madrid Complete its Attack

Atlético Madrid’s biggest addition to its squad this season may end up being a player who already belonged to the club.

Osaka Retires, Raducanu Exits, Andreescu Upsets in Toronto

A tearful Naomi Osaka retired injured and US Open champion Emma Raducanu fell at the first hurdle as the top women's players continued their preparations for Flushing Meadows at the Toronto Open on Tuesday. News of the pending retirement of Serena Williams overshadowed proceedings at the tune-up

Liverpool Stumbles, Tottenham Impresses in EPL Openers

Liverpool Stumbles, Tottenham Impresses in EPL Openers

While Liverpool made a stuttering start to the English Premier League, Tottenham showed it might be ready to take another step forward under Antonio Conte.

Arsenal Opens EPL with 2-0 Win at Crystal Palace

Arsenal Opens EPL with 2-0 Win at Crystal Palace

Arsenal's newcomers made an immediate impact as they opened the English Premier League by beating host Crystal Palace 2-0 on Friday.

Kyrgios Survives 6 Match Points, Beats Tiafoe at Citi Open

Kyrgios Survives 6 Match Points, Beats Tiafoe at Citi Open

Kyrgios Survives 6 Match Points, Beats Tiafoe at Citi Open Wimbledon runner-up Nick Kyrgios fought off six match points during a second-set tiebreaker against hometown favorite Frances Tiafoe, then raced past him in the third set to win 6-7 (5), 7-6 (12), 6-2 at the Citi Open on Friday night.

Badosa, Jabeur Reach San Jose WTA Quarter-finals

Badosa, Jabeur Reach San Jose WTA Quarter-finals

Second-seeded Paula Badosa survived a scare on the way to a 6-2, 5-7, 7-6 (7/5) victory over US qualifier Elizabeth Mandlik on Wednesday in the WTA hardcourt tournament in San Jose, California. After comfortably pocketing the first set with two breaks of serve, Spain's Badosa went down an early b

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