A couple of months back Nick Kyrgios was the subject of a lengthy profile piece in the New York Times.
The future of the Toronto Maple Leafs has arrived ahead of schedule.
Victoria should ditch the embattled Australian Formula One Grand Prix and give it to New South Wales, the Victorian Greens have said, with the event held in March costing taxpayers $61m.
Liverpool will face Manchester United in the Premier League next week.
At a party late one night, years ago, I remember being bear-hugged by a Rip Curl executive. “You want a story mate? Remember this name: Tyler Wright.”
Leeds United have another talented young Amissah on their books.
Is Glasgow Rangers boss Mark Warburton already thinking about bringing new faces to Ibrox?
The Celtic hitman had an impact for Scotland in midweek, but it perhaps came too late.
Steve Bruce has signed a long-term contract with Aston Villa.
Gardner's new deal has received a cold reception amongst Baggies supporters.
Tottenham Hotspur play Gillingham in the League Cup later this month.
Jenson Button’s father, John, who died in January 2014, was the biggest influence on the driver’s career – and he was the person the British driver was thinking of most when he decided to take a break from Formula One next year.
This was not all about the mysterious and probably temporary dip in form of Andy Murray as the men’s draw began to open up at this US Open. The world No2, who had not dropped a set in the tournament, took three hours and 17 minutes to subdue the courageous challenge of an Italian veteran, Paolo Lorenzi, and it was the loser who walked off Arthur Ashe Court to the louder applause.