It takes a lot to get Andy Murray angry.
Before this French Open, Serena Williams renewed her marriage vows with tennis.
Frankie Dettori is no longer Godolphin's principal jockey.
Details of Aidan O'Brien's running and riding plans for Saturday's Derby have begun to emerge.
Rugby League’s concept of playing an entire round of games at one venue has been trialled since 2007.
The Usain Bolt roadshow rolled into Rome on Tuesday, its arrival heralded by banners and billboards around the city advertising the fact that it would take him just 9.58sec to run from the Spanish Steps to the far end of the Via Condotti.
No series is a sinecure and at times, in the two Tests so far, West Indies have managed to challenge aspects of England's game, which Andrew Strauss has interpreted as something that at least has kept his side honest.
Andy Murray wants to assure those who care and those who doubt that he is not falling to pieces.
Virginie Razzano, who lost her fiancé and coach Stephane Vidal to a brain tumour a year ago, last night was the unheralded star of the biggest upset in women's tennis in at least a decade as she bundled Serena Williams out of the French Open in the first round.
College basketball loves itself the cranky old man.
Mo Farah has been warned by a tearful former team-mate that more revelations about Alberto Salazar are in the pipeline and he risks tarnishing his reputation if he stays with the coach.
Novak Djokovic has denied on the eve of Wimbledon that he and his coach, Boris Becker, are cheating when exchanging glances during play, although the laws of tennis specifically forbid any communication.