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Djokovic reigns supreme at Australian Open

MELBOURNE - Novak Djokovic may have garnered a reputation as the crown prince of pranksters in tennis but on Sunday he firmly established him as the king of Melbourne's blue hardcourts with his fifth Australian Open title.

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France's Tillous-Borde ruled out of Scotland game

PARIS - Injured scrumhalf Sebastien Tillous-Borde has been ruled out of France's Six Nations opening game against Scotland with manager Philippe Saint-Andre leaving him out of his 31-man squad for Saturday's clash at the Stade de France.

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Whistles again for Bale who fails to convince Real crowd

BARCELONA - Gareth Bale showed some exquisite touches for Real Madrid in their 4-1 victory over Real Sociedad on Saturday but was, once again, subjected to whistling from a section of the Bernabeu crowd.

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Quiros thrives in Dubai after 11,000 kilometre return trip

Dubai - Spain's Alvaro Quiros undertook an 11,000 kilometre (6,800 mile) round trip for a sinus surgery and then recorded his lowest round in 16 months, thanks to the fifth hole-in-one of his career on the final day of the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.

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Maxwell, Johnson star as Australia win tri-series

- Glenn Maxwell produced a stellar all-round performance and Mitchell Johnson returned to terrorise England as Australia clinched the one-day tri-series with an emphatic 112-run victory over their Ashes rivals on Sunday.

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Analysis - African football at credibility crossroads

BATA, Equatorial Guinea - African football sits at yet another crossroad in its search for credibility after farcical and violent scenes in Saturday's quarter-finals at its showpiece event.

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