MUMBAI (Reuters) - Dubbed "silver girl" for a string of near-misses on the international stage, India's Pusarla Sindhu hopes to have finally shed that unwanted moniker after capturing her first world championships
(Reuters) - Retired Boston Red Sox baseball player David Ortiz has hired a private detective agency to find out why someone shot him in the back as he sat in a bar in his native Dominican Republic in the
(Reuters) - Victory at the Tour Championship in Atlanta on Sunday will not completely erase the disappointment of a futile season at the majors for Rory McIlroy, but it may be worth far more than the million
(Reuters) - World number one Ko Jin-young picked up her fourth win of the year when she blew away the field for a five-stroke victory at the CP Women's Open in Ontario on Sunday. The South Korean capped
(Reuters) - South African Erik van Rooyen holed a 12-foot birdie putt on the final green to pip England's Matthew Fitzpatrick and win his maiden European Tour title at the Scandinavian Invitation on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Brooks Koepka earned a one-shot lead over Rory McIlroy and Xander Schauffele after the third round at the Tour Championship on Sunday, setting up the prospect of a mouth-watering finale to
NEW YORK (Reuters) - There will be no shortage of big-name players in action when the U.S. Open begins on Monday but the talk around New York for days has centered around the marquee matchup between Serena
(Reuters) - British sprinter Ojie Edoburun has criticized the conduct of American 100 meters champion Christian Coleman, who has been charged with a potential anti-doping rule violation by the United Anti-Doping