West Indies and England are two teams in transition and will do battle tomorrow in the first installment of a three Test series in Antigua.
The Parks, Oxford. If the setting is as low-key as it is pleasant, then the occasion is certainly one of note.
At 2.30 in the afternoon, Tiger Woods walked up on to the crest of the ridge that stands on the 2nd fairway.
Justin Rose believes playing in the final Sunday pairing at the Masters could prove an advantage, as the Englishman seeks to wrest the first major of the season from the grip of Jordan Spieth.
A late assault from Australia’s James Faulkner on his World Cup-winning teammate Mitchell Johnson helped Rajasthan Royals begin their 2015 IPL campaign with a surprise win over Kings XI Punjab.
Not even the clearest indication yet that tales of the demise of Tiger Woods may have been greatly exaggerated could alter Friday’s Masters narrative.
Kell Brook has the swagger of a champion about him – but he always did, even when he was in serious danger of letting his exceptional talent blow away like a used hamburger wrapper.
How will England, under the guidance of captain Alastair Cook, fare in the upcoming Test series against the West Indies?
Cricket fans around the world mourn the last of the gentleman commentators
By the time Tiger Woods reached the 18th green, the sun was low in the sky and the cool evening wind was up.
It has been a strange fortnight for Heather Watson. Having begun with a whimper, it could end up with a first Wimbledon title.
It is mid-afternoon on the south coast. For the first time, the brooding clouds that have covered the south coast have dispersed and the sun has broken through, glinting on the ear stud of the strapping young pace bowler striding up the hill from the sea end.
Tennis fans have questioned the BBC for allowing John McEnroe to commentate on the Wimbledon semi-final between Roger Federer and Milos Raonic while working as Raonic’s coach.