MLS

Toronto FC advance after a fiery encounter with New York Red Bulls By Kudzi Musarurwa

Two red cards and many yellow cards were the focal point of a tempestuous afternoon in Toronto. The second leg between these two teams may have ended with a 1-0 win for the Red Bulls but it was enough to stop them from being knocked out of the playoffs....

NWSL

Westfield W-League Round 2 review: Perth Glory and Newcastle Jets impress again By Aaron Bellamy

The second weekend of the Australian league was an opportunity for Americans to shine as the ladder begins to take shape....

Tennis

ATP Challenger roundup: Gerald Melzer adds another title to his collection, Matthew Ebden triumphs Down Under By Craig Vickers

Week 44 on the ATP Challenger Tour saw an Austrian win back-to-back titles while Germany celebrated yet more glory....

Tennis

2017 Season Review: Ekaterina Makarova continues to be bothered by inconsistency

Don Han | Ekaterina Makarova had another up-and-down season this year, but fortunately, she was not affected by any injuries as she finally seemed to have found some of her best tennis against the top players this year, having a mid-season resurgence especially during the US Open series. The Russian had an extremely slow start to the year but was able to end the year inside the top-40 with some solid wins and her first WTA singles title since 2014. Win-loss record With a 29-21 win-loss record in 2017, Makarova’s season will come off as very lackluster especially for a player of Makarova’s caliber. However, the whole storyline changes when nine of those wins came against top-10 players, ranking third on the tour in this category. However, she also suffered nine disappointing losses to lower-ranked players, with five of them being outside the top-100. She earned an impressive win over then-world number one Angelique Kerber at the French Open and also leveled her head-to-head against Dominika Cibulkova by taking three wins against her in this year alone. Makarova celebrates her first-ever win over Caroline Wozniacki at the US Open | Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images North America Best Performances Makarova’s best performance early in the year came at the Australian Open, where she has usually performed extremely well. The Russian reached the second week in Melbourne for an incredible seventh straight time, clinching a great win over Ekaterina Alexandrova and benefitting from a retirement by Sara Errani before finally taking her first ever win over Dominika Cibulkova, closing the...

Tennis

Garbiñe Muguruza and Sloane Stephens joins the field at the Brisbane International By Don Han

The Brisbane International recently announced that Grand Slam champions Garbiñe Muguruza and Sloane Stephens has joined their stellar field, with both players achieving impressive results in 2017....

MLS

NYCFC hope to overcome three-goal deficit in second leg vs the Columbus Crew By Jay Stucchio

Columbus Crew will have a three-goal advantage over NYCFC heading into Sunday due to their 4-1 win at Mapfre in leg one....

NWSL

12 NWSL Players named to CANWNT Roster By Alexandra Grant

Players of the North American league make up the vast majority of the roster named for upcoming friendlies against the United States...

Tennis

ATP Paris: John Isner ends Juan Martin del Potro’s Bid For ATP World Tour Finals By Susan Regisford

John Isner and Juan Martin Del Potro were both fighting for the same thing, a chance to play in the ATP Finals. A win today would guarantee the Argentine a place in the Finals; however, Isner had no desire of relinquishing his dream of making the Finals as well....

NFL

Who the Houston Texans really should have signed to replace Deshaun Watson By Youssef Machkhas

Just when the future for the Houston Texans offense looked bright, the possible rookie of the year tore his ACL in practice. The team added Matt McGloin and T.J. Yates to backup Tom Savage....

MLS

Seattle 2-0 Vancouver: The Dempsey Show By Paul DeBruler

It's on to the conference finals for the Sounders....

Tennis

WTA Elite Trophy: Round Robin stage concludes with Julia Goerges headlining the winners on Day 4 By Don Han

The final day of the Round Robin stage at the 2017 WTA Elite Trophy saw Julia Goerges seal the final spot in the semifinals with an impressive win while the other two matches featured retirements from star players....
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