Mohammad Amir is poised to make his return to Test cricket at Lord’s next month, scene of the 2010 spot-fixing scandal, after reportedly being granted a UK visa for Pakistan’s tour of England this summer.
The NFL is “reviewing and strengthening our cyber-security measures” after its Twitter account was hacked with a post claiming that commissioner Roger Goodell had died.
Tiger Woods has announced that he will be giving a miss to next week’s US Open at Oakmont, the second major of the season where the former world No1 will be absent.
Ten seconds into our conversation, Chris Scott already knows where I’m heading.
Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets are having relationship troubles.
Jo Pavey has admitted that time is running out on her dream of becoming the first British track athlete to compete in five Olympic Games, and fears that a prolonged chest infection could wreck her ambitions to retain her European 10,000m title in Amsterdam next month.
Twelve days ago the Golden State Warriors were down two games in the conference finals.
Ian Poulter has been named as one of Europe’s vice-captains for the Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National after injury ruled the Englishman out of playing in the event this September.
On another sunny Monday afternoon in Monaco the bluntly-named Beefbar tinkles with the clink of glasses and cutlery as the well-fed ladies and gentlemen of Monte Carlo settle in for a long lunch.