Kevin Pietersen claims he has received a number of offers this week as he ponders whether to sign a contract with an English county and make a play for an international return.
Proof that the world No1 is not immune to the emotions which can torture amateurs arrived on the 8th hole of Doral’s Blue Monster course on Friday.
Saturday promises two cracking matches at the Cricket World Cup as South Africa take on Pakistan in Auckland and Ireland play Zimbabwe in Hobart.
Several legendary English cricketers, including key members of the 2005 Ashes winning team, are facing “very substantial” bills for payment of tax as a result of their involvement in film investments, the Guardian has learned.
Stuart Broad believes Alex Hales possesses the talent required to revive England’s faltering World Cup campaign when it resumes against Bangladesh at the Adelaide Oval on Monday.
The Manor Marussia Formula One team – backed by the former Sainsbury’s chief executive Justin King and the energy entrepreneur Stephen Fitzpatrick – confirmed on Wednesday that they will return to racing in Melbourne next week.
In the last few years it has been a constantly evolving task deciding which character in Joseph Heller’s novel Catch-22 the England cricket team and its massed corporate hierarchy most resemble.
Masters fever may already engulf the narrative of Rory McIlroy but the man himself has insisted thoughts of Augusta National are not yet prominent in his mind.
In a new feature at HITC, we take a look at the past 24 hours at the 2015 Cricket World Cup and ahead to tomorrow's game.
As rousing motivational speeches go, it left a lot to be desired.
Of the 128 men who set out on their Wimbledon adventure a week ago, maybe a handful genuinely believed they would be in contention for the title on the final weekend. Nick Kyrgios is among them and on Monday he gets to prove he is good enough to get there – against the best player left in the draw, Andy Murray.
Toto Wolff, the Mercedes chief executive, was absolutely uncompromising in condemnation of his two drivers, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, after they nearly took each other out at the Austrian Grand Prix.