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Hamilton and Alonso pairing 'bit too exciting'

Toto Wolff has again explained the decision not to go for Fernando Alonso, saying while it would have been an exciting line-up, "maybe just a tiny bit too exciting" for Mercedes.

Rooney: I'm staying at old Trafford

Manchester United and England captain Wayne Rooney has brought an end to speculation about his future by insisting he will remain at Old Trafford.

Becker believes Sharapova deserves a second chance

Tennis legend Boris Becker is eager to see Maria Sharapova back on the tennis courts after serving her doping ban.

Palmer: Anything is possible

With a completely blank canvas for this year's championship, Jolyon Palmer says anything is possible - even doing "a Brawn."

Mourinho slams FA Cup scheduling

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has expressed his frustration with the scheduling of his side's FA Cup quarter-final clash with Chelsea.

Mercedes brush off protest talk

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff is completely unfazed by the prospect of a protest in Melbourne concerning the ongoing suspension row.

Revised rules of engagement at Mercedes

Although Toto Wolff says Mercedes' rules of engagement need to be revised after last year's Abu Dhabi GP, he concedes there is likely to be a "completely different" dynamic at the team this season.

Former Wallaby Vickerman dies

Former Wallabies, Brumbies and Waratahs lock Dan Vickerman has passed away at his family home in Sydney overnight. He was just 37.

Zampa stops Lankan roll

The return to the XI of Adam Zampa helped Australia win the final T20I against Sri Lanka to salvage some pride after losing the series.

Hesson: Taylor one of the greats

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson feels that batsman Ross Taylor is always talked about as one the greats of One Day International cricket.

Oz offer mixed bag in Pune

Australia had their moments on the opening day of the first Test against India reaching 256/9 by stumps after a promising start.
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