15 April 2010: 12:23pm
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Andy Murray crashed out at the first stage of the defence of his Sony Ericsson Open title in Miami on Saturday when he was beaten in straight sets by the world number 101 Mardy Fish.Read
England fly-half Toby Flood steered Guinness Premiership leaders Leicester to an emphatic 39-18 victory at Sixways as Tigers piled the pressure on basement club Worcester.Read
Manchester United made light of Wayne Rooney's absence to put four past Bolton following their 4-0 victory at the Reebok Stadium.Read
South African Louis Oosthuizen has given himself yet another chance to win his first European Tour title - and with it a place in The Masters.Read
Victoria Pendleton won her eighth Track Cycling World Championship title with victory in the women's sprint on Saturday.Read
Iain Dowie tasted victory in his first home game as Hull boss as the Tigers gave their survival hopes a major boost with a 2-0 win against Fulham.Read
Peter Crouch and Niko Kranjcar both scored against their old club as Tottenham remained ahead in the race for fourth place with a 2-0 win over bottom club Portsmouth at White Hart Lane.Read
West Ham's Barclays Premier League future is hanging by a thread after they crashed to a sixth consecutive defeat - a 1-0 home loss to Stoke.Read
Chelsea produced a seven-goal super show to demolish Aston Villa 7-1 and go back to the top of the Barclays Premier League.Read
Kevin Phillips dented Arsenal's Barclays Premier League title hopes with a dramatic late equaliser for Birmingham in the 1-1 draw at St Andrew's.Read
Sir Chris Hoy's bid to reclaim his men's sprint world title was ended by defending champion Gregory Bauge at the Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen.Read
Hull have received a boost with the news promising midfielder Tom Cairney has signed a new three-year deal with the club.Read
Sir Chris Hoy required a second chance to progress to the quarter-finals of the men's sprint at the Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen.Read
Steven Naismith claimed a double as Rangers moved 13 points clear at the top of the Clydesdale Bank Premier League with a 4-1 win over Hearts.Read
British trio Sir Chris Hoy, Matt Crampton and Jason Kenny qualified for the knockout rounds of the men's sprint on day four of the Track Cycling World Championships in Copenhagen.Read
Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf has announced his intention to retire from Test cricket.Read
Lewis Hamilton stressed he was not distracted by his recent brush with the law as he produced a lacklustre qualifying performance for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.Read
Neil Lennon admits he might have left Celtic in the summer.Read
Midfielder Nigel de Jong claims Manchester City's midweek blip against Everton will soon be forgotten because their Champions League destiny is still in their hands.Read
Chief executive Richard Scudamore insists the Premier League bears no responsibility for the departure of Football Association boss Ian Watmore.Read
Wigan coach Michael Maguire claimed to have no interest in the Engage Super League table after his side stunned champions Leeds to maintain their lead on Friday night.Read
Arsene Wenger has not forgiven Martin Taylor for the horror challenge which left Eduardo with a broken leg and dislocated ankle.Read
Bolton defender Gary Cahill has revealed "the slightest knock" could have proved fatal when he was suffering from a blood clot.Read
Sebastian Vettel will start from pole for the second successive race as he led a Red Bull one-two ahead of local favourite Mark Webber in qualifying for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix.Read
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