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Serena Williams will be back to defend Australian Open title

Serena Williams will be back to defend Australian Open title

Tournament director Craig Tiley announced on Tuesday that Williams, who gave birth to a daughter in September, would be back in Melbourne for the January 15-28 tournament. Williams, 36, defeated her sister Venus in the final of this year's Australian Open before it later emerged she had been pregnant during the tournament.


ESPN's Ratings 'Tanked' So Much, It's 'The Talk Of The Industry'

ESPN's Ratings 'Tanked' So Much, It's 'The Talk Of The Industry'

I'll go out on a limb and say Trump is unaware of Hill's history at ESPN, but is mostly commenting on her elevated role on SC6. "If they don't kneel, some will see them as sellouts", Hill commented after Jones declared that any player who disrespected the flag would not play for his team.


Weakened Syria eye World Cup upset

Weakened Syria eye World Cup upset

But he was eventually substituted in the first half of extra-time, shortly before former Everton star Tim Cahill scored to make it 2-1, and 3-2 on aggregate. Mathew Leckie broke down the right and delivered a pinpoint cross that Cahill was never going to pass up, the 37-year-old forward heading the ball home in his 103rd worldwide.



Sensational James McClean Goal Gives Ireland The Lead Vs Wales

Ireland finished second in Group D while Wales were eliminated in third place. Wales , which fell to its only loss in this qualifying campaign, hasn't played at the World Cup since 1958, its only appearance in the finals. With Bale out of the team, the Dragons are a side unable to reach major tournaments, just as they now have done following the Republic of Ireland's determined and disciplined 1-0 win in Cardiff .


Brandon Marshall announces season-ending surgery

Brandon Marshall announces season-ending surgery

The New York Giants continue to add more bodies to the wide receiver room after Sunday's 27-22 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers saw four of their wide receivers leave with injuries. To fill the ranks at receiver, they re-signed Tavarres King, who played for them last season and was cut at the end of the preseason, and promoted rookie Travis Rudolph from their practice squad.


Emre Can: 'An honour to receive an offer from Juve'

Emre Can: 'An honour to receive an offer from Juve'

Can has developed in to a top class midfielder since joining Liverpool from Bayer Leverkusen in 2014 and has racked up 138 appearances for the Merseysiders over the past three years. Despite the uncertainty over his future, Can has hinted that he could yet be tempted to stay in England. Can went on to say the Premier League is a "really cool" competition, though caveated that statement, adding "you must always respect other big clubs and leagues".