Month: September 2020

4:21 PM ET Benoit Paire was one of the few French Open competitors who did not complain about the weather following his first-round win over Korea’s SoonWoo Kwan on Sunday. He’s grateful to be playing at all, due to having tested positive for the coronavirus at two of the three previous events he entered as
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4:19 PM ET Associated Press BALTIMORE — Swiss Skydiver will become the first filly since Rachel Alexandra won in 2009 to run against males in the Preakness on Saturday. Trainer Kenny McPeek confirmed the decision on Sunday. Jockey Robby Albarado, who won the 2007 Preakness aboard Curlin, will replace Tyler Gaffalione on Swiss Skydiver. In
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3:09 PM ET Veteran outfielder Hunter Pence announced his retirement Saturday, bringing an end to a 14-year career. “Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career, when you have say, ‘I am retiring from baseball,'” Pence said in a video on Twitter. “I’ve given it everything I possibly can, and the game
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2:40 PM ET Tampa Bay Lightning captain Steven Stamkos will not play again in the Stanley Cup Final, coach Jon Cooper told reporters Sunday. “Hopefully the next time we see him on the ice is for a trophy presentation,” the coach said. “He did everything he could to get back. And he did get back,
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3:45 AM ET LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Standing off to the side as his teammate Anthony Davis spoke to reporters about how his first season with the Los Angeles Lakers delivered him the first NBA Finals berth of his career, LeBron James was asked what the 10th Finals appearance of his career means to
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7:39 AM ET D’Arcy MaineESPN.com Victoria Azarenka and her opponent Danka Kovinic briefly walked off the court during a rain delay during their opening round match at the French Open on Sunday. Play was stopped after three games on Court Suzanne-Lenglen, and the players were instructed to stay on court. However, they both were unhappy
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