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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Pacquiao to undergo shoulder surgery - ESPN

    Manny Pacquiao will undergo surgery this week for a torn rotator cuff, with the recovery time expected to put the Filipino out of action for 9-12 months, said on Monday.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Harris hopes to keep steaming in to Australian summer

    Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris has dashed any suggestion the Ashes might be his international swansong and said he hopes to keep playing into the Australian summer.

  • 3
    05 May 2015 Tue

    Barca attack on fire, defence yet to dispel doubts

    While there may still be a question mark over treble-chasing Barcelona's defence, their fearsome attacking trident is firing on all cylinders ahead of Bayern Munich's visit in the Champions League semi-finals on Wednesday.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Journeyman Bingham hangs tough to land first world title

    Journeyman Stuart Bingham held his nerve in a dramatic and fluctuating final to beat fellow Englishman Shaun Murphy 18-15 on Monday and win the world snooker championship for the first time.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Snooker: England's Stuart Bingham wins World Championship final

    Stuart Bingham won the 2015 World Championship final, beating Shaun Murphy 18-15 at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre on Monday to take snooker's most prestigious title for the first time in his 20-year professional career.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Sanchez surpassing all my expectations, says Wenger

    Alexis Sanchez became the first Arsenal player since Thierry Henry to score over 20 goals in his first season and manager Arsene Wenger said the Chilean has exceeded all his expectations.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Tennis: Serena ousts Stephens to extend winning run in Madrid

    World number one Serena Williams extended her unbeaten record this season to 22 matches with a routine 6-4, 6-0 win over Sloane Stephens to move into the third round of the Madrid Open on Monday.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Football: Arsenal all but seal Champions League qualification

    Arsenal all but sealed Champions League qualification for an 18th successive season after they eased past relegation-threatened Hull City 3-1 in the Premier League on Monday.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    England lose another brick in wall as Trott quits

    Jonathan Trott followed Graeme Swann, Kevin Pietersen and Matt Prior into the international wilderness on Monday to leave England desperately short of experience ahead of this year's Ashes series against Australia.

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    05 May 2015 Tue

    Abandoned Blackpool game will not be replayed

    Relegated Blackpool's final Championship fixture against Huddersfield Town which was abandoned soon after halftime following crowd protests will not be replayed, the Football League said on Monday.