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French Open fury for Federer and Wawrinka

Usually unflappable Swiss pair Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka have blasted French Open officials in an explosive start to the Roland Garros grand slam.

Second player death in Argentina in 10 days

Atletico Parana defender Cristian Gomez died on his way to hospital after collapsing on the pitch during a match on Sunday, the second such death to hit Argentine football in 10 days.

Blues crisis continues in AFL

The widespread speculation is when, not if, Carlton will sack coach Mick Malthouse amid major problems on and off the field at the club.

Gerrard and Lampard bid farewell with goals

Steven Gerrard disconsolately trudged off an English Premier League pitch for the final time after his beloved Liverpool were battered 6-1 at Stoke City, their worst top-flight defeat since 1963.

Kyrgios to launch Open campaign

Two-time grand slam quarter-finalist Nick Kyrgios is confident of causing more grand slam damage at the French Open.

Inglis "good as new": Qld skipper

Queensland skipper Cameron Smith has backed Greg Inglis to be near 100 per cent fit for Wednesday night's Origin opener in Sydney.

Hull go down, Newcastle survive on final day of drama

Hull City were relegated and Newcastle United survived the drop on a dramatic final day of the Premier League season on Sunday while West Ham United announced that manager Sam Allardyce's contract was not being renewed at Upton Park.

Rosberg revels in hat-trick after Hamilton pit stop howler

Given his luck, Nico Rosberg should be excused if he headed to the Principality's casino Sunday night after one of Formula One's greatest tactical errors handed him a memorable and rare hat-trick of wins at the Monaco Grand Prix.

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