MUMBAI Novak Djokovic's domination of 2016 is not as inevitable as it might appear, former British number one Tim Henman believes, even if the other members of the "Big Four" will have to raise their game and hope the Serbian falters.
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LONDON Fans with long memories may disagree but West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic believes their last-gasp, extra-time win over Liverpool on Tuesday will go down as one of the London club's greatest triumphs.
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STUTTGART Borussia Dortmund reached the German Cup semi-finals with a 3-1 win at VfB Stuttgart on Tuesday as fans protested against high ticket prices by staying away at the start and throwing tennis balls on to the pitch.
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LONDON Josh Beaumont, the son of former captain Bill, and Maro Itoje have been retained in England coach Eddie Jones' 25-man squad for Sunday's Six Nations match against Italy in Rome.