WTA Brisbane: Azarenka bt Pervak (6-1 6-0)
Victoria Azarenka made light work of Ksenia Pervak to secure a Brisbane International semi-final on Thursday.
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WTA Miami: Sharapova falls in Florida
Tennis Video: Maria Sharapova was the highest profile casualty at the Miami Open, as she fell in round two to Daria Gavrilova.
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Highlights: Victoria Azarenka bt Silvia Soler-Espinosa (6-1 6-3)
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Sharapova excited to return to Miami
Tennis Video: Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova and Caroline Wozniacki spoke ahead of their involvement at the Miami Open which began on Thursday.
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Will Sturridge injury doom Liverpool?
Premier League: ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.
(02:27) | Mar 27, 2015
Hodgson urges England to stick to the plan
International Football: England manager Roy Hodgson gave nothing away regarding his team selection ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania, but did urge his players to be mindful of their organisation.
(01:30) | Mar 27, 2015
Villa tempts Xavi with move to New York
MLS: New York City FC forward David Villa insists he'd love to see ex-Barcelona teammate Xavi join him at the MLS outfit.
(01:41) | Mar 27, 2015
Dyer: Terry's presence crucial for Mourinho
Premier League: ESPN FC's Ross Dyer says John Terry re-upping for one more year is crucial pillar for Jose Mourinho to continue his pursuit of the Champions League crown.
(01:14) | Mar 27, 2015
Dunga: 'Brazil to face pressure against Chile'
International Football: Brazil head coach Dunga has already reminded his players that the pressure will again be on to win their next international fixture against Chile.
(01:09) | Mar 27, 2015
Spain train ahead of Ukraine clash
International Football: Defending champions Spain face a stubborn Ukraine side in their latest Euro 2016 qualifying match on Friday.
(01:01) | Mar 27, 2015
TennisAljaz Bedene will soon join Andy Murray as Great Britain's second ATP top 100 player after being granted a UK passport - but has a fight on his hands if he hopes to play Davis Cup for his adopted country
Miami OpenMaria Sharapova stunned by wildcard at the Miami Open, while Juan Martin del Potro's latest comeback from an injury is off to a slow start
ATP TourAndy Murray has expressed fears that his game will regress without full-time coaching in a candid exchange with a fellow Twitter user as he prepares to add former world No.4 Jonas Bjorkman to his coaching team
ATP TourAndy Murray is closing in on his finest form and will be among the title hopefuls at both the French Open and Wimbledon this summer, according to mother Judy Murray
Miami OpenHeather Watson battled through more than two hours of sweltering heat at the Miami Open as she recovered from a set down to defeat Russian qualifier Evgeniya Rodina 3-6 6-1 7-5 to reach the second round
Andre Agassi said this week that Andy Murray plays at his best when he's under pressure - and he will no doubt thrive on what will be an emotional Scotland homecoming when Great Britain take on the United States in the Davis Cup
Martina Hingis won the mixed doubles in Australia in 2015, some 19 years after winning the doubles at Wimbledon. Is this the longest span as a grand slam champion in all events?
Serena Williams won the 2015 Australian Open, 16 years after her first grand slam singles title. Is this a record span?
A recent question mentioned Joe Calzaghe and his unbeaten record. Didn't he also win the world light-heavyweight title late on?
Who were the last British winners of the Australian Open tennis?
I read that Hurricane Fly had a record number of Grade One race wins. Which horse had the previous record?