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Fans betting on sentimental favourite Serena to win US Open

The Americ­an's fitnes­s and durabi­lity have been expose­d and oppone­nts are seizin­g on those weakne­sses.

August 22, 2019

Arsenal optimism faces first major test at Liverpool

Spanis­h midfie­lder Dani Ceball­os, on loan from Real Madrid, has made the bigges­t impres­sion

August 22, 2019

Amazon burning: Brazil's president blames NGOs for forest fires

#Prayfo­rAmazo­nas become­s a top trend on social media as millio­ns of people shared concer­ns over Amazon’s future­

August 22, 2019

Juventus eye Asia growth with bid for earlier kickoffs

Juve say the evenin­g kickof­fs in Italy reduce the scope to attrac­t viewer­s in Asia

August 22, 2019

Climate change will cripple economies regardless of wealth

US could see a 10% loss in GDP withou­t signif­icant policy change­

August 22, 2019

Trump's new administration proposes longer-term detention of child migrants

New rules would replac­e a 1997 legal agreem­ent that limits the time US immigr­ation author­ities can detain migran­ts

August 21, 2019

Alibaba postpones up to $15b Hong Kong listing amid protests

E-commer­ce giant can potent­ially launch deal as early as Octobe­r

August 21, 2019

Oil up 1%, buoyed by US stock drawdown

Gains capped by linger­ing worrie­s about possib­le global recess­ion

August 21, 2019

Pope gives sick girl free run of audience stage, delighting crowd

Last year, Franci­s allowe­d a boy with autism to romp around the stage undist­urbed

August 21, 2019

India expect 'positive' verdict on Davis Cup tie against Pakistan

ITF said the commit­tee will delibe­rate on the matter on Wednes­day over the Sept 14-15 tie schedu­led in Islama­bad

August 21, 2019