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Proteas would be happy with drawn series

Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis insists that a drawn series in Sri Lanka is equivalent to a win back home.

Djokovic dominates Anderson for 13th slam

A rejuvenated Novak Djokovic eased to his 13th grand slam title following his straight set win over Kevin Anderson at Wimbledon on Sunday.

Hamilton: 'Mercedes is the right place to be'

Lewis Hamilton is "very confident" that Mercedes is still the place to be after signing a new two-year contract extension.

Lions change two for Jaguares clash

Ross Cronje and Aphiwe Dyantyi will start for the Lions against the Jaguares on Saturday as they look to make a third successive semi.

Lack of silverware doesn't concern Sarri

New Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has revealed that the lack of major honours on his CV is not of concern to him as he prepares to lead the club in 2018/19.

Miami delay decision on 2019 grand prix

Miami city authorities have delayed their decision on hosting a Formula 1 race from 2019 amid dissenting voices from local opposition.

Springboks pick five uncapped players

Salmaan Moerat, Marco van Staden, Damian Willemse, JD Schickerling and Cobus Wiese are the five uncapped players invited to a Bok camp.

Germany: Thursday's FIA press conference

Home favourites Sebastian Vettel and Nico Hulkenberg, plus Sergio Perez and Brendon Hartley sit down with the press in Germany.

De Zorzi to lead SA Emerging Squad in Sri Lanka

Titans batsman Tony de Zorzi will captain the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Emerging Squad which leaves on Sunday for the sub-continent to play their Sri Lanka counterparts in two four-day unofficial Test matches and three One-Day International (ODI) ma

The Proteas hope to avoid execution by spin

The Proteas would have known what awaited them in Sri Lanka long before they left but will hope that the trial by spin doesn't turn into an execution in Colombo.

Sarri wants Chelsea to have fun

New Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri wants to inject a sense of fun back into the club during his stay and ensure they play entertaining football.
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