Murray takes long road, others enjoy quick march

PARIS,  (Reuters) – Andy Murray survived a second close shave at the French Open yesterday, but his path towards what he hopes will be a maiden title in Paris is getting so circuitous he may soon find himself hacking through trees in the nearby Bois de Boulogne.

Three players reportedly slapped with provisional bans

Pele stalwarts and Golden Jaguars internationals Gregory Richardson and Travis Grant as well as Omallo Williams have been provisionally banned  by the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) for their actions in the abandoned fixture featuring Alpha United in the Stag Beer Elite League.

No magic for Holder, Narine as KKR knocked out

NEW DELHI, India, CMC – Neither Jason Holder nor Sunil Narine could conjure up the magic required as Kolkata Knight Riders produced a weak effort in a 22-run defeat to Sunrisers Hyderabad, to bow out of the Indian Premier League yesterday.

Team 25 crowned champs

— Linden’s Guinness Greatest of the Streets

Captain of Team 25 Ryan Noel receiving the Championship trophy from Linden manager Shondel Easton following their hard-fought win over Wisroc in the final.

Team 25 was crowned Linden’s Guinness of the Streets champions after edging Wismar’s Wisroc 2-1 Tuesday at the Mackenzie Market Tarmac.