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No final fairytale for Stephens as Azarenka advances

MELBOURNE,  (Reuters) – Victoria Azarenka brought Sloane Stephens’s Melbourne Park fairytale to an end yesterday, setting up an Australian Open final against Li Na, but the defending champion came under fire for taking an injury timeout just as her nerves appeared to desert her.

Super50 semi finals and final live on ESPN

(WICB) St John’s, Antigua – The West Indies Cricket Board yesterday announced that the semi finals and final of the Super50 Tournament will be broadcast live by ESPN Caribbean in similar fashion to the just concluded Caribbean Twenty20.

Snedeker and Choi share lead, Tiger lurks

SAN DIEGO,  (Reuters) – While most eyes were on six-times champion Tiger Woods as he briefly moved within a stroke of the lead at the Farmers Insurance Open yesterday, Brandt Snedeker launched his title defence in barnstorming style.

Djokovic destroys Ferrer to make Australian final

MELBOURNE,  (Reuters) – Novak Djokovic produced some of the best tennis of his career and wasted little time in advancing to his third successive Australian Open final with a 6-2 6-2 6-1 destruction of fourth seed David Ferrer in 89 minutes yesterday.

World Cup squad threatens court action

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad,  CMC- Members of the world cup squad of 2006 are threatening to ask the high court here to liquidate the assets of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation (TTFF) so that millions owed to them can be paid.

WICB CEO says the fight with WIPA is over

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC-Recently appointed Chief Executive Officer of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Michael Muirhead has declared an end to the once turbulent relationship between WICB and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA).

Jamaica replaces Hyatt and Santokie

KINGSTON, Jamaica,  CMC-Jamaica has included former youth players Zeniffe Fowler and Yannick Elliott in its 13-man squad for the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Super50 tournament starting next month.

No final fairytale for Stephens as Azarenka advances

MELBOURNE,  (Reuters) – Victoria Azarenka brought Sloane Stephens’s Melbourne Park fairytale to an end today, setting up an Australian Open final against Li Na, but the defending champion came under fire for taking an injury timeout just as her nerves appeared to desert her.

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