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Kyrgios managed to maintain his high level into the second set, particularity on serve where he dropped just four points in total despite having a relatively low first serve percentage of 67%. "I don't know how hard it is [to pick certain shots] to do or not". He beat me in a three-set battle. "When you've got the microphones working, the music and stuff kind of puts you in a rhythm every game and I kind of lost my rhythm a little bit".
  • Arsenal shocked by struggling Bournemouth

    Arsenal shocked by struggling Bournemouth

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    The Gunners were already shorn of Mesut Ozil (knee), and Alexis Sanchez was omitted from the matchday squad as he reportedly nears an exit to either Manchester United or Manchester City. "There's no players who can get in the hall of fame in this side". Five minutes later, the Cherries took the lead courtesy of a powerful low strike from Jordon Ibe , 2-1.
  • Van Dijk reveals thoughts on £75m Liverpool price tag

    Van Dijk reveals thoughts on £75m Liverpool price tag

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    It could have been very different, with Conte admitting he was keen to take the centre back - but it is understood the west London club would only have paid a full £25m less than Liverpool shelled out. "It's something I'll always be grateful for". "I need to be coming off the pitch every game with my voice gone, and that's something I can bring". "It gave me goosebumps, and is something I'll never forget".
  • Pep Guardiola relishing Liverpool challenge at Anfield

    Pep Guardiola relishing Liverpool challenge at Anfield

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    On Manchester City's side, Gabriel Jesus, Benjamin Mendy, and Vincent Kompany will all miss this match. Liverpool are well on the top in terms of head-to-head meetings between the two clubs, with 18 wins versus City's eight, accompanied by 15 draws in 41 total Premier League meetings.
  • Steelers' Le'Veon Bell speak up amid retirement talk

    Steelers' Le'Veon Bell speak up amid retirement talk

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    It also means if Pittsburgh loses to the Jaguars on Sunday's, it could be Bell's last. "I'm not going out here getting the ball 400 times if I'm not getting what I feel I'm valued at". He turned down an offer last offseason saying he was undervalued! Teams can tag a player between February 20 and March 6, after which they would have until July 16 to work out a long-term deal.
  • Hazard: I'll sign after Courtois does

    Hazard: I'll sign after Courtois does

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    Antonio Conte has insisted that Eden Hazard is "very happy" at Chelsea FC as he played down speculation about the Belgian's long-term future. "Then I will sign". On the other hand, Thibaut Courtois has only a year left on his Chelsea contract and is expected to renew it soon. "We know the admiration that I have for Real, but I'm at Chelsea ".
  • Arsenal hold Chelsea to goalless draw in Carabao Cup semifinals

    Arsenal hold Chelsea to goalless draw in Carabao Cup semifinals

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    Conte had mostly fielded fringe players en route to the last four, but Eden Hazard , back from a calf injury, N'Golo Kante and Thibaut Courtois were called upon with a Wembley showdown against Manchester City or Bristol City in sight. Andreas Christensen twice went close for the hosts but headed over from close range on both occasions, while Cesc Fabregas' cross was deflected onto the post in the closing stages.
  • Gisele helps Tom Brady fight Father Time in new Facebook series

    Gisele helps Tom Brady fight Father Time in new Facebook series

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    The biggest compensation package for a head coach came in 2002, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sent the Oakland Raiders two first-round picks, two second-round picks and $8 million for Jon Gruden. Chopra, a Boston native, said he wanted to work with the five-time Super Bowl champion and produce the concept as a way "to get an inside look and see that he's not some alien or genetic freak".
  • Hutch's Grimsley to play in FCS title game Saturday

    Hutch's Grimsley to play in FCS title game Saturday

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    NDSU took over at the JMU 47-yard line. The Dukes went on to win last year's title - only their second all-time. NDSU took a 17-13 lead into the fourth quarter with the appearance of next score wins. "The demeanor of the team is the same as previous year", redshirt senior offensive lineman Aaron Stinnie said. - The North Dakota State Bison and their fans owned Frisco, Texas , for five consecutive championship seasons, not only on the football field but in area hotels, restaurants and ...
  • NFL Ratings Fall at Faster Pace

    NFL Ratings Fall at Faster Pace

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    CBS, Fox, NBC and ESPN all had smaller audiences in 2017, and CBS suffered the worst decline at 11.2 percent. An NFL game was watched by an average of 17.9 million people in 2015, and viewership dropped 1.4 million, or 8 percent, in 2016.
  • Arrest in Call of Duty-linked 'swatting' death

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    This often times results in a large number of police officers showing up at a particular address. While this is absolutely an illustration of the worst of the worst in toxic online behavior, Andrew Finch's death isn't simply an issue of SWATting and the callousness of some online gamers .
  • Facebook Facial Recognition Wants to Manage Your Identity

    Facebook Facial Recognition Wants to Manage Your Identity

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    The California-based company was also putting the technology to work to give visually impaired people more information about images at Facebook. Facebook will use facial recognition software to alert users when they appear in other people's photos, even when they are not tagged.
  • Cowboys owner Jerry Jones

    Cowboys owner Jerry Jones "admires" alleged serial bad person Jerry Richardson

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    When asked about the allegations and Richardson's decision to sell , Jones responded with a troubling answer. Richardson , who played for the Baltimore Colts in 1959-60, became the first former National Football League player since George Halas to own an National Football League team when he was awarded an expansion franchise on October 26, 1993.
  • Adrian Peterson says he wants to play next season

    Adrian Peterson says he wants to play next season

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    Robert Watkins that the best thing for me is just more rest than the length of this season" Peterson said . "I'm grateful for the opportunity that the Arizona Cardinals have given me to show that I can still contribute on an National Football League team".
  • Arsenal Blow: Wenger Confirms Key Man Picked Up Injury Injury Against Southampton

    Arsenal Blow: Wenger Confirms Key Man Picked Up Injury Injury Against Southampton

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    The Gunners , who will face Swedish side Ostersund in the last 32 of the Europa League, fell behind early at Southampton as Charlie Austin gave the hosts a third-minute lead following some indecisive Arsenal defending. Wenger was very critical of his team's defensive "inefficiency" after the United defeat and conceded this afternoon that the issue was still in the minds of his error-prone defenders, which is why they repeated the same mistakes.
  • LiAngelo & LaMelo Ball Sign 1-Year Contract To Play In Lithuania

    LiAngelo & LaMelo Ball Sign 1-Year Contract To Play In Lithuania

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    While the Balls were not expected to see much time on the floor in the Lithuanian League, the team had reportedly discussed roles of 20-25 minutes per game each in the Baltic League. After signing with an agent, both players were no longer eligible to play at the collegiate level, but will now meet the one-year out of high school requirement to declare for the National Basketball Association draft.
  • Bullied Boy Gets Amazing Show of Support

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    One of the photos Keaton's mom allegedly shared featured her family posing with images of the Confederate flag. A Tennesee boy describing the bullying he goes through each day has gone viral and as many celebrities have given him their support the conversation has quickly turned to his mother's Confederate ties.
  • Texans Fail, Allow Tom Savage to Return to Game After Obvious Concussion

    Texans Fail, Allow Tom Savage to Return to Game After Obvious Concussion

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    The 49ers will be without their starting right tackle Trent Brown when Jimmy Garoppolo makes his second start against the Houston Texans , the team announced. Brown's absence means the 49ers will call on Zane Beadles potentially line up against Jadeveon Clowney . -The 49ers activated defensive linemen Aaron Lynch and Tank Carradine and deactivated Ronald Blair, Leger Douzable and D.J.
  • Nikki Haley Calls US Presence at South Korea Olympics an 'Open Question'

    Nikki Haley Calls US Presence at South Korea Olympics an 'Open Question'

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    White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders quickly walked back her remarks, after she suggested at a briefing Thursday that no decision had been made to send US athletes to the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea . "The US looks forward to participating in the Winter Olympics in South Korea", Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted, just minutes after telling reporters that a final decision on the issue had yet to be made.
  • Neither Trades With Cards Or Giants Have Stanton's Approval

    Neither Trades With Cards Or Giants Have Stanton's Approval

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    The Cardinals aren't merely sitting back and waiting for Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton's decision on where he'll play starting next season. The Cardinals and Giants have been the biggest players in negotiations for the NL MVP. And even if the Marlins were willing to eat enough of Stanton's contract to make some sort of deal possible, they would then want premium prospects in return, and the Yankees might balk at that idea as well.
  • Sibal on a sticky wicket over appearing for Waqf Board

    Sibal on a sticky wicket over appearing for Waqf Board

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    The first hearing was set a day before the 25th anniversary of the demolition of medieval-era mosque, Babri Masjid. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), which is not a party to the case, however, favored deferring the hearing till after the next general elections claiming that the time was not right for the same now.
  • LaVar Ball reportedly pulls son LiAngelo Ball from UCLA

    LaVar Ball reportedly pulls son LiAngelo Ball from UCLA

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    The team responded to the incident by suspending Ball and the two other players who were arrested, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill , on an indefinite basis. LiAngelo Ball's outspoken father, Lavar Ball, told ESPN he chose to pull his son out of UCLA . "They didn't tell me anything, so why am I gonna tell them".
  • Penn State to play Washington in Fiesta Bowl

    Penn State to play Washington in Fiesta Bowl

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    Washington and Penn State will meet in the postseason for the second time. Penn State last played in the Fiesta Bowl in 1997, beating Texas 38-15. Honest thanks to the Fiesta Bowl Committee and all the volunteers for their hospitality and work to make this bowl experience possible.
  • Pep escapes FA rap for confronting Redmond

    Pep escapes FA rap for confronting Redmond

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    He added: " I told him I was doing what my manager had asked me to do in the game ". Despite later insisting he was telling the forward how good a player he was, a report claimed the Spaniard was offensive towards Redmond - but the 23-year-old insists that was not the case.