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Indian Wells: How Badosa disarmed Azerenka to claim title

Contrary to initial permutations, Paula Badosa demonstrated her mental toughness to become the WTA Indian Wells champion in her desert debut on Sunday with a hard-fought, three-set victory over two-time champion Victoria Azarenka. The Spaniard, who had not lost a set since her first match of the tournament, needed three hours and four minutes to out-muscle Azarenka 7-6 (7/5), 2-6, 7-6 (7/2). "Every morning I wake up and my dream is to win a tournament like this," Badosa said. "I have to keep working hard and…

Boxing: Fury thinks about Joe Joyce; snubs Joshua, Usyk others

Tyson Fury has picked Joe Joyce as 'the best one out there' to challenge for his throne in a surprise snub to his other heavyweight rivals. Fury right now is the top dog in the division, having knocked out Deontay Wilder. And if Dillian Whyte beats Otto Wallin on October 30, he will be the next in line for the Gypsy King's WBC title. Fighting for the undisputed crown is also in Fury's sights before the end of 2022, but he has to first wait for Anthony Joshua to rematch Oleksandr Usyk. Despite all the usual…

West Ham boss Moyes appreciates Nevin’s influence after victory at Everton

West Ham boss David Moyes paid tribute to coach Paul Nevin after victory at Everton. Angelo Ogbonna struck a set-piece winner on Sunday. Afterwards, Moyes said: "I was a bit worried because I thought we didn't control the Brentford game as well as I wanted to do it. I still don't think we deserved to lose, but that's another story. "Putting that behind me, moving on and getting another positive result was great because it was a long week after losing that game in the last minute, I can tell you. "The players have…

Nkwocha determined to make a mark in men’s terrain

Helen Nkwocha may have made history as the first female coach of a top-flight men's team in Europe, but she does not regard herself as a trailblazer. Nkwocha is in caretaker charge at Faroe Islands club Tvoroyrar Boltfelag, who  with just three points to their name are already consigned to relegation. The Faroese club, one of the oldest in the country, handed the reins to Nkwocha, who believes her background in youth coaching has prepared her for the additional scrutiny of leading a senior men's side. "I…

Fenerbahce plan January move for Everton’s Jean-Philippe Gbamin

Officials of the Turkish side, Fenerbahce are planning a January move for Everton midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin. Takvim reports Fener will look to bring in the 26-year-old in January. read also:Bartomeu defends Dembele signing at Barcelona The midfielder has not featured for the Blues since starting in Everton's Carabao Cup win over Huddersfield in August. Gbamin arrived at Goodison Park for £25m from Mainz in 2019, but long-term injuries have limited him to just four appearances in an Everton shirt.

Bartomeu defends Dembele signing at Barcelona

Former Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has defended the signing of Ousmane Dembele. Dembele's time with Barca has been plagued by injury. Bartomeu said, "It did not work? Dembélé was unlucky, he's a great player and I hope that now, after another injury, he will show his qualities. read also:Everton rue iwobi, Rondon miss in lone goal loss "In 2020, after the 'no' to Ansu's departure, an English club asked us to sign Dembélé for more than what we paid for him. But we were counting on him. And in January…

Final Olympic Flame Lighting Ceremony rehearsal takes place under cloudy skies

Final rehearsal for the Olympic Flame Lighting Ceremony was conducted under cloudy skies but organisers have confirmed to insidethegames that a Flame lit will be held in reserve to be used in the event that cloud cover prevents the igniting of the Flame from the rays of the sun at the Ceremony. With the weather conditions uncertain and the threat of rain, the performers opted not to wear the ceremonial costumes for the final rehearsal. Tomorrow they will wear the special dresses created by renowned designer Eleni…

Everton rue iwobi, Rondon miss in lone goal loss

Everton are finger biting over double misses that would have seen them fly pass West Ham on Sunday.  Super Eagles ace Alex Iwobi who was in action for 79 minutes for the toffees missed a begging chance in the first half just like teammate Salomon Rondon did in the second half. It was  a match Carlos Ancelotti and his boys had hoped to win on home ground with recorded 39,132 spectators in attendance. It was however Angelo Ogbonna's 74th minute flying header that nailed the game for vissing  Hammers in what…

Gambian NOC secretary general hits back at allegations over GBA interference

Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC) secretary general Abdoulie Jallow has refuted "baseless" allegations that he is continuing to interfere in the country’s basketball association’s affairs - despite his resignation two years ago. But Gheran Senghore, who replaced Njie as GBA President, claims Jallow is withholding the association’s bank account, making it difficult for the organisation to access funds to allow athletes to compete internationally. "Since November 2019 to date, the Gambia Basketball…

Texas set to ban transgender girls and women from participating in female school sports

Texas is set to become the latest state to introduce laws that ban transgender girls and women from participating in female school sports. The Texas House of Representatives has passed a bill that is likely to pave the way for the law to be implemented. Seven other American states have initiated similar laws as part of a nationwide campaign from the Republican party. They claim the law, which would apply to public school teams through high school, protects fair competition. Ricardo Martinez, chief executive of…