Tiger Woods said he was hurt by a perceived racist comment from Spain’s Sergio Garcia as the two golfers continued their verbal sparring.
U.S. Open champion Andy Murray withdrew from next week’s French Open because of a back injury, the first tennis major he’ll miss since 2007. Juan Martin Del Potro also pulled out.
The New York Yankees will be an investor in Major League Soccer’s expansion team in New York, which will be controlled by Manchester City Football Club.
Ken Venturi, who won the 1964 U.S. Open and later spent 35 years as a television golf analyst, died yesterday. He was 82.
ESPN reached agreement for exclusive rights to the U.S. Open, wresting the tennis tournament’s finals away from CBS after 47 years.
Leonardo DiCaprio partied like it was pre-1929. Bryan Ferry put on a mini-concert. And Nicole Kidman sampled a refreshing starter of pea-and-caviar mousse.
Andy Murray retired from his second- round match at the Italian Open with a lower-back injury that may keep him out of the French Open.
Tiger Woods will host a 50-player poker tournament with a $10,000 buy-in this weekend in Las Vegas, with some of the action set to be filmed for a future World Poker Tour television episode.
British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc, the U.K.’s largest pay-TV broadcaster, said operating profit for the first nine months climbed 9 percent as it won customers for high-speed broadband.
Iron will and obsessive preparation once propelled Ivan Lendl to the top of world tennis. The once shy and awkward youth from communist Czechoslovakia has applied the same doggedness to collecting art.
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