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Woods undergoes fourth back surgery

Tiger Woods is set for at least another six months out after undergoing his fourth surgery on his troubled back.

'This tour has been alarming for Bangladesh cricket'

Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza described his team's tour of South Africa as "alarming" after the Tigers suffered yet another crushing defeat in East London on Sunday.

12 Boks in training, assessment and conditioning camp

12 Springboks will participate in a four-day training, assessment and conditioning camp, running from 23 to 26 October in Cape Town.

Valverde has faith in misfiring Suarez

Barcelona head coach Ernesto Valverde insists he is not worried about Luis Suarez's lack of goals this season, as the striker is still creating chances.

Mata: United need to learn from mistakes

Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has urged his team-mates to stick together and learn from their mistakes after the disappointing defeat to Huddersfield Town.

Sharks book passage to final

The Sharks booked their place in this year's Currie Cup Final following their 37-27 victory over the Blue Bulls in Durban on Saturday.

AB and Proteas return to number one

South Africa batsman AB de Villiers has once again grabbed the top position in the ICC ODI Player Rankings while Pakistan's Hasan Ali has emerged as a new number one among bowlers.

Big upset as Jabeur knocks out Cibulkova

Seventh seed Domonika Cibulkova was knocked out of Roland Garros on Wednesday, going down in straight sets to World No 114 Ons Jabeur.

WP to face Sharks in Currie Cup Final

Western Province secured a spot in the Currie Cup Final following their 19-5 victory over the Golden Lions in Cape Town on Saturday.

Nadal blows past Haase in Paris

Tournament favourite Rafael Nadal sailed into the third round at Roland Garros on Wednesday after dispatching Robin Haase in straight sets.

White backs Boks to reach the top again

The Springboks' 2007 Rugby World Cup-winning head coach, Jake White, believes South Africa can win the tournament again.
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