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Hsieh Su-wei survives scare in Seoul

By Dave Carroll

Taiwanese No. 1 Hsieh Su-wei survived a scare to advance to the second round of the singles at the Korea Open in Seoul yesterday, before teaming up with younger sister Hsieh Shu-ying to advance to the quarter-finals of the doubles. Hsieh, who claimed her third careerFULL STORY

Yelich becomes fifth to hit two cycles in season

Christian Yelich on Monday night became the fifth major leaguer to hit for the cycle twice in the same season, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to an 8-0 victory over the visiting Cincinnati Reds. Left-hander Wade Miley (5-2) lowered his ERA to 2.08 with five shutout inningsFULL STORY

Sri Lanka’s exit slammed as ‘flop of Asia’

Sri Lankan newspapers and fans yesterday lambasted the national cricket team after the former champions were dumped out of the Asia Cup by up-and-coming Afghanistan. “The flop of Asia,” ran the independent Daily Mirror’s headline, while the state-run Daily News said one-day cricket had hit aFULL STORY

Vikings rookie kicker booted over missed field goals

The Minnesota Vikings on Monday fired kicker Daniel Carlson after the rookie missed three crucial field goals in a 29-29 tied game with the Green Bay Packers. Carlson was shown the door by the Vikings after just two regular season games after Sunday’s overtime stalemate atFULL STORY

Bills ‘moving forward’ after Davis’ halftime retirement

The Bills are putting cornerback Vontae Davis’ sudden retirement during Sunday’s game behind them, Buffalo coach Sean McDermott told reporters on Monday. “His actions have spoken. He’s retired,” McDermott said of Davis, who started Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers before deciding to retire at halftimeFULL STORY

Possible return of Russian anti-doping agency sparks outcry

The potential reinstatement of Russia’s anti-doping agency drew further outcry on Monday, this time from a worldwide group of drug-fighting organizations that portrayed it as the result of an eleventh-hour deal designed to appease a powerful nation. The Institute of National Anti-Doping Organizations (INADO) lashed outFULL STORY

Ronaldo off the mark for Juve2018-09-18

Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday scored his first competitive goals for Juventus with a second-half brace that ensured a 2-1 win over US Sassuolo to make it four victories from as many Serie A games, but there was controversy in Turin as Juventus winger Douglas CostaFULL STORY

Yates completes British sweep of Grand Tours2018-09-18

Simon Yates on Sunday won the Vuelta a Espana title to complete an unprecedented hat-trick of British Grand Tour winners this year. Yates, 26, successfully defended his lead of 1 minute, 46 seconds over second-placed Enric Mas of Quick-Step Floors in the final stage of theFULL STORY

Red Sox beat Mets, cut magic number to two2018-09-18

Mookie Betts does not seem to be badly hurt, so the Red Sox can focus on clinching the American League East at Yankee Stadium for the second time in three seasons. Betts on Sunday gave Boston a scare when he injured his left side making twoFULL STORY

Mahomes leads Chiefs over Steelers2018-09-18

Patrick Mahomes is taking a democratic approach to his new job. Get open and the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback will get you the ball. The proof came on Sunday in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in a record-setting 42-37 victory over the Steelers. The first-year starter threw six touchdowns to fiveFULL STORY

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