Gordon Reid has become the third British tennis player to finish 2016 as world number one, following fellow Scots Andy and Jamie Murray.
Reid beat Stephane Houdet in the semi-finals of the NEC Wheelchair Masters to confirm his status.
The 25-year-old, who won singles gold and doubles silver at the Rio Paralympics, won 6-2 6-1 at the Olympic Park in London………..Read More
It’s an unusual event when a player has an NFL-imposed suspension rescinded before his appeal hearing even occurs, but that’s apparently what happened to the New England Patriots’ Alan Branch………Read More
Michelle Wie is a name golf fans have not seen at the top of LPGA Tour leaderboards for some time. After her first top-10 finish in nearly two years, at last week’s China event, though, the former teen phenom is right back in it heading to the weekend in Malaysia.
Wie, whose first-round 68 was her first sub-70 result since July (when she carded a 69 in the opener of the Marathon Classic and subsequently missed the cut), finished T10 at Hainan Island’s Blue Bay LPGA……….Read More
It’s difficult to get to grips with just how strange this season has been. Seven months ago, in the wake of perhaps the funniest 2-2 draw in Premier League history, the reader would not have had any trouble imagining Chelsea earning a victory in this season’s corresponding fixture. Tottenham, after all, remain Tottenham, and they’ll never escape that brutal truth, no matter how hard Daniel Levy or Mauricio Pochettino rage against their fate. Beating Tottenham at Stamford Bridge is to be expected, even after turbulent year………..Read More