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Update: Wed, Jan 17 2018    

Luksika does her homework ahead of major test

Thai qualifier Luksika Kumkhum is ready to take the centre stage on Wednesday morning against Swiss hotshot Belinda Bencic in the second round of the women’s singles in Melbourne.

Serapong Course Has Perez Purring

Singapore - World number 16 Pat Perez has become an instant fan of the award-winning Serapong Course at Sentosa Golf Club, venue for this week’s SMBC Singapore Open.

Djokovic upbeat after winning comeback match at Open

 Melbourne - Six-times champion Novak Djokovic looked his old self as he powered to a convincing first round victory at the Australian Open on Tuesday on his return from an elbow injury, saying he felt "great".

'Stressed' Halep survives dramatic Open date with Destanee

Melbourne  - World number one Simona Halep had to come from 5-2 and a set point down against Australian teenager Destanee Aiava to win a dramatic first-round match at the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Man United put Sanchez saga aside to see off Stoke

Manchester - Manchester United took time off from their pursuit of Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez to coast to a comfortable 3-0 victory against Stoke at Old Trafford on Monday.

Pele backs Brazil to win sixth World Cup

Rio de Janeiro - Footballing legend Pele said on Monday that Brazil are favourites to win the World Cup in Russia, four years on from their humiliation on home soil.

Man United eye Sanchez as City interest wanes

 London - Manchester United appeared to be closing in on Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez on Monday as long-time suitors and local rivals Manchester City reportedly ended their attempts to sign the Chile star.

Luksika’s Swede REVENGE


Nadal eases injury doubts with dominant win at Open

Melbourne - Rafael Nadal says he has no doubts over a knee injury as he destroyed his opening round opponent at the Australian Open on Monday.

Dreamer Dimitrov looking to stay focused in Slam quest

Melbourne  - Bulgaria's world No.3 Grigor Dimitrov says he is determined to remain focused and composed as he chases his dream of winning a maiden Grand Slam.

Venus leads seeds tumbling out of Open

Melbourne - Venus Williams and US Open champion Sloane Stephens led a string of seeds sent tumbling out of the Australian Open Monday in a calamitous day for American players.

The fourth is with her

Nitchaon aims for top 10 after Bangkok victory.

Open is lucky for Luksika

The Australian Open has once again been kind to Thai No 1 Luksika Kumkhum as she successfully earned a slot in the main draw by vanquishing former French Open runner-up Sara Errani in the final qualifying round yesterday.

Europe retains Eurasia Cup after final-day singles rally

Team Europe, captained by Denmark’s Thomas Bjorn, dominated the singles matches to earn a hard-fought 14-10 win over Team Asia and retain the EurAsia Cup in Shah Alam, Malaysia, on Sunday.

Comeback queens feel the Force, soar into final

Fans rewarded with double home triumph in Thailand Masters.

Tinn and Kittisak stun Olympics silver medalists

Unfancied Tinn Isriyanet and Kittisak Namdash created the biggest upset in their badminton career as they stunned 2016 Olympic Games silver medalists Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong of Malaysia 21-15 22-20 for their first World Grand Prix Gold final in the Princess Sirivannavari Thailand Masters at Nimibutr National Stadium on Saturday.

Asian golfers roar back to lead Europe

Team Asia produced another inspired performance at Saturday’s foursomes to maintain a one-point advantage over Team Europe at the EurAsia Cup in Shah Alam, Malaysia

Muguruza aims for 'pain-free' Australian Open

Melbourne  - World number three Garbine Muguruza said Saturday she was hoping to be "pain-free" to begin her Australian Open campaign, but admitted she would have liked a better start to 2018.

Nadal ready despite lack of Aussie Open lead-up

Melbourne - Top seed Rafael Nadal starts the Australian Open next week for the first time in his career without playing a warm-up tournament, and no uncle Toni by his side.

Mourinho feels 'contempt' for Conte

Manchester - Jose Mourinho on Friday said he felt "contempt" for Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as their toxic public row continues to escalate.