Tennis great Federer announces retirement after Laver Cup

Tennis great Federer announces retirement after Laver Cup

Tennis great Roger Federer, 41, has announced his retirement from the sport following the upcoming Laver Cup.

Neuer: Bayern ‘lucky’ Lewandowski did not score on CL return

Neuer: Bayern ‘lucky’ Lewandowski did not score on CL return

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer believes his side were “lucky” not to concede to Robert Lewandowski on his return to Bavaria.

Chelsea, Man Utd games postponed amid memorials to Queen Elizabeth

Chelsea, Man Utd games postponed amid memorials to Queen Elizabeth

Premier League football will return this weekend following the death of the queen, but two high-profile fixtures have been postponed after police consultation.

Swiatek ‘proud’ of mental fortitude after straight-sets final triumph

Swiatek ‘proud’ of mental fortitude after straight-sets final triumph

Iga Swiatek reflected on a “mindblowing” Flushing Meadows experience after clinching her first US Open title with yet another straight-sets final win.

US Open: Swiatek books spot in the final with victory over Sabalenka

US Open: Swiatek books spot in the final with victory over Sabalenka

Iga Swiatek will have a chance to win her third career grand slam after defeating Aryna Sabalenka 3-6 6-1 6-4 in a gutsy come-from-behind win in Thursday’s semi-final.

Ryan Giggs to face a re-trial over domestic violence charges

Ryan Giggs to face a re-trial over domestic violence charges

Ryan Giggs will go on trial for a second time after a judge ruled he is to face a re-trial on domestic violence charges.

Guardiola adamant Man City cannot solely rely on Haaland heroics

Guardiola adamant Man City cannot solely rely on Haaland heroics

Pep Guardiola appreciates having Erling Haaland’s “special quality” at his disposal but is adamant Manchester City will not win the Champions League by relying solely on the Norwegian.

Nadal puts first grand slam defeat in over a year down to ‘bad match’

Nadal puts first grand slam defeat in over a year down to ‘bad match’

Rafael Nadal put his first grand slam defeat for more than a year down to a “bad match” as he was stunned by American Frances Tiafoe in the fourth round of the US Open.

Man Utd’s Rashford and Antony end Arsenal’s perfect start

Man Utd’s Rashford and Antony end Arsenal’s perfect start

Marcus Rashford hit a double after Antony’s debut strike as Manchester United ended Arsenal’s unbeaten start to the season with a 3-1 win at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Nadal defeats Gasquet to move to US Open fourth round

Nadal defeats Gasquet to move to US Open fourth round

Rafael Nadal avoided any more on-court mishaps as he defeated Richard Gasquet for the 18th consecutive time to move through to the fourth round of the US Open.

Serena Williams bids tennis emotional farewell after US open defeat

Serena Williams bids tennis emotional farewell after US open defeat

Serena Williams waved an emotional goodbye to tennis after a third-round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic at the US Open.

German government reaches deal with victims of 1972 Munich massacre

German government reaches deal with victims of 1972 Munich massacre

After decades of legal wrangling over compensation after the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre, the German government has reached an agreement with victims’ families, government spokesperson Steffen Hebestreit said on Wednesday in Berlin.

Serena Williams progresses at US Open to delight of adoring crowd

Serena Williams progresses at US Open to delight of adoring crowd

Serena Williams showed an adoring US Open crowd that she is not finished just yet with victory over Danka Kovinic to extend her farewell tour.

Children back to school with no pandemic protections; no textbooks for 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th graders

Children back to school with no pandemic protections; no textbooks for 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th graders

The 2022-23 school year will begin on Sept. 1 with no mandatory masks, no improved ventilation in crowded classrooms, no vaccinations against COVID-19 available for kids under 12, or any other protection measures for children, even immunocompromised ones, who are now required to attend school in person with no option for online classes to shield themselves and their families from a potentially deadly SARS-CoV-2 infection, according to health authorities.

Klopp hails ‘perfect’ afternoon after Reds put nine past Bournemouth

Klopp hails ‘perfect’ afternoon after Reds put nine past Bournemouth

Jürgen Klopp called it the “perfect football afternoon” after Liverpool recorded their first win of the season with a record-equalling 9-0 Premier League victory against promoted Bournemouth.

US Open: Nadal rues ‘very sad’ Djokovic absence

US Open: Nadal rues ‘very sad’ Djokovic absence

Rafael Nadal described Novak Djokovic’s absence from the US Open as “very sad” after the Serbian revealed he would not compete at Flushing Meadows.

Discussions are still on – Belgian Grand Prix may stay on F1 calendar

Discussions are still on – Belgian Grand Prix may stay on F1 calendar

Formula One boss Stefano Domenicali says the Belgian Grand Prix could survive the chop from next season’s calendar.

Benfica outclass Dynamo Kiev to reach Champions League groups

Benfica outclass Dynamo Kiev to reach Champions League groups

Former European kings Benfica on Tuesday ended the Champions League dream of Dynamo Kiev with a comprehensive 3-0 win in their play-off second leg in Lisbon.

Coric defeats Tsitsipas to cap off great week with Cincinnati title

Coric defeats Tsitsipas to cap off great week with Cincinnati title

Borna Coric won his first ever ATP Masters 1000 title on Sunday when he defeated world number seven Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-6 (7-0), 6-2 in the final of the Western & Southern Open.

Modric scores stunner in rampant Blancos victory

Modric scores stunner in rampant Blancos victory

Real Madrid made it back-to-back wins to start their LaLiga title defence as goals from Karim Benzema, Luka Modric, Vinicius Junior and Federico Valverde sealed a 4-1 victory over Celta Vigo.

How Do Ants Know Trigonometry?

How Do Ants Know Trigonometry?

Think of yourself as a desert ant. You leave your nest to search for food early in the morning in the deserts of Tunisia, except you do not know where to find food. You, therefore, walk randomly in the desert in a circuitous outward path from your nest until you find food. If you would find food, how do you get it back to your home? How do you go back without having left for yourself any traces or signs in the wasteland, without knowing where you located, and most importantly, without ending up stranded in the scorching heat of the desert? Could you accomplish coming back each day with food? Well, desert ants can.

And As Hearts Beat With Tenderness

And As Hearts Beat With Tenderness

Sacred days and nights imbue everything and everyone with their own color, their own distinctive taste, and their own accent; they soften everything within their embrace, add to them a dream-like quality, and enable them to attain an unfathomable profundity.

Rewinding The Clock Of Human Skin Cells

Rewinding The Clock Of Human Skin Cells

The cells in our bodies perform their functions slower and begin to dysfunction as we get older. When skin cells age, they produce less collagen which leads to wrinkles form and cuts are slower to heal. Scientists have recently discovered a secret to younger skin.

Emma Raducanu thrashes Victoria Azarenka in Cincinnati

Emma Raducanu thrashes Victoria Azarenka in Cincinnati

Emma Raducanu slayed her second former grand slam champion in as many days as she thrashed Victoria Azarenka in Cincinnati.

Naomi Osaka suffers first-round exit at Cincinnati Masters

Naomi Osaka suffers first-round exit at Cincinnati Masters

Naomi Osaka suffered a first-round exit at the Cincinnati Masters with a 6-4, 7-5 defeat to Zhang Shuai.

Norrie and Murray to meet in all-British showdown in Cincinnati

Norrie and Murray to meet in all-British showdown in Cincinnati

Briton Cameron Norrie has booked an exciting second-round showdown against compatriot Andy Murray at the Western & Southern Open after a hard-fought 7-6 (7-5), 4-6, 6-4 victory over Holger Rune on Monday.

Halep and Haddad Maia book their places in Canadian Open decider

Halep and Haddad Maia book their places in Canadian Open decider

Simona Halep came from a set behind to defeat seventh seed Jessica Pegula 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 in the semi-final of the Canadian Open on Saturday, booking her place in the final against Beatriz Haddad Maia.

Messi not among Ballon d’Or nominees, favourite Benzema included

Messi not among Ballon d’Or nominees, favourite Benzema included

Seven-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi has not been named on the 30-man shortlist for the 2022 award.