Both players have missed several weeks due to injury.
Israel’s most controversial football team, Beitar Jerusalem, has banned reporters working for the left-leaning newspaper Haaretz from its press box in an increasingly bitter row over reporting of the club’s alleged anti-Arab racism.
Mere mortals in the 89-man field gave the impression of trying to climb an ice wall while wearing slippers as Jordan Spieth had surged to eight under par and a five-shot lead.
At around 10am Ernie Els, the Big Uneasy, made his way back to the first green.
The Canaries' Congolese striker was caught up in the horrific Brussels terror attacks, whilst on his way to join up with his national team.
Bruce Springsteen on Friday cancelled an upcoming concert in North Carolina because of a controversial anti-LGBT law that critics say legalizes discrimination.
For five years, film exhibitors and studios have descended on Las Vegas each spring for CinemaCon, the annual industry gathering, where Hollywood touts its upcoming product.
Former Standard Life chief executive David Nish is to join the board of HSBC.
Men earn around 4-6 percent more than women in developed countries — even when they have the same job title, employer and location, Glassdoor said on Wednesday.
The Austrian international is battling from relegation in the German second tier.