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MMA Live: Top 10 coaches

ESPN's Prim Siripipat talks with MMA writer Chuck Mindenhall, ranking the top 10 coaches around the league.

(05:08) | November 2, 2012



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Venus: Keys played really well

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CAF confirm venue change for quarter finals

International Football: CAF's Director of Communications, Junior Binyam, says the decision to change the venues for some of the Africa Cup of Nations' quarter-finals was in the interest of fairness.

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Wawrinka pleased with Nishikori victory

Tennis Video: Defending champion Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori speak after their Australian Open quarter-final on Wednesday.

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Mixed fortunes for the Williams sisters

Tennis Video: American teenager Madison Keys advanced to the Australian Open semi-finals after overcoming a thigh injury to beat Venus Williams 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 on Wednesday.

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