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Mexico stun world champions

Germany coach Joachim Loew on Sunday said the defending World Cup champions played “very badly” in their 1-0 loss to Mexico, warning that the shock defeat left them with little margin for error in their remaining group games. Germany’s preparations ahead of the World Cup wereFULL STORY

Brazil’s Tite says first-night nerves caused 1-1 draw

Coach Tite on Sunday blamed first-night nerves after Brazil’s bid for a sixth World Cup win got off to a rocky start as Switzerland withstood an early onslaught to snatch a 1-1 draw in Rostov-on-Don. On the day when holders Germany were shocked 1-0 by Mexico,FULL STORY

Coach Krstajic relieved as clique-free Serbia win opener against Costa Rica

Serbia coach Mladen Krstajic on Sunday was a relieved man following his side’s 1-0 victory over Costa Rica in their opening World Cup Group E match. Aleksandar Kolarov’s sensational free-kick was the difference between the sides in Samara, giving Serbia their first opening victory in aFULL STORY

US Open champ Koepka happy to have low profile

Brooks Koepka has grown used to people underestimating him, but after flying under the radar to win a second straight US Open title he would not have it any other way. Koepka’s four-stroke triumph at Erin Hills in Wisconsin last year was almost lost amid talkFULL STORY

Federer wins 98th ATP Tour title, returns to No. 1

Roger Federer on Sunday claimed his 98th ATP Tour title and displayed his unrivaled superiority on grass with a 6-4, 7-6 (7/3) victory over Milos Raonic in the Mercedes Cup final. The top-seeded Swiss beat his Canadian opponent for the 11th time in 14 meetings whileFULL STORY

Messi misses penalty and Iceland hold Argentina 1-12018-06-18

If there is one flaw in Lionel Messi’s genius, it might be his failure to score penalty kicks in big games. Add Messi’s saved attempt against Iceland on Saturday at the FIFA World Cup to misses for Argentina in shootouts for the Copa America title, andFULL STORY

ELTA TV offers free Cup viewing2018-06-18

By Jason Pan

As soccer fans in Taiwan are catching World Cup fever, packing into pubs and restaurants for the big matches, broadcaster ELTA TV announced in a surprise move that it is offering free viewing of the games through to the finale next month. The network’s mission isFULL STORY

Tough set-up on US Open course backfires for officials2018-06-18

The US Golf Association (USGA) acknowledged that its latest gamble of a tough course set-up backfired, claiming that unexpectedly strong afternoon winds were responsible for the third round carnage at the US Open on Saturday. The course was very playable in the morning, as attested byFULL STORY

Spence keeps IBF title with quick knockout of Ocampo2018-06-18

Errol Spence Jr gave the home folks the knockout that he figured they wanted. There just was not much of the show that he had hoped would go with it. Spence stopped Carlos Ocampo to retain his IBF welterweight title, dropping the Mexican challenger with aFULL STORY


TENNIS Federer ranked No. 1 again Roger Federer on Saturday staged a 6-7 (2-7), 6-2, 7-6 (7/5) comeback over Nick Kyrgios to reach the Stuttgart Cup final and take back the world No. 1 ranking. The 36-year-old Swiss is to resume his place at the top ofFULL STORY

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