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Plant-based diet works wonders for Djokovic

Plant-based diet works wonders for Djokovic

Novak Djokovic trumpeted the benefits of his plant-based diet yesterday in helping him thrash Yoshihito Nishioka and move into the Australian Open fourth round.

Shahania match will be difficult for Sadd, says Xavi

Shahania match will be difficult for Sadd, says Xavi

Coach Xavi Hernandez hopes there would be no drop in Al Sadd’s performance as the defending champions take on Al Shahania in the QNB Stars League today.

Almoez strikes brace as Al Duhail beat Al Arabi

Almoez strikes brace as Al Duhail beat Al Arabi

With Rayyan losing to Gharafa, Duhail now have extended their lead to five points

Al-Qubaisi clinches Superpole for QSTK 600

Al-Qubaisi clinches Superpole for QSTK 600

Abdulla al-Qubaisi took the Superpole for the third round of the Qatar Superstock 600 at the Losail International Circuit yesterday.

Setien finding his feet as Barca look for lift-off again

Setien finding his feet as Barca look for lift-off again

Barca are still without a convincing victory to give their new coach some thrust

Cappelen grabs share of lead, Tiger three back

Cappelen grabs share of lead, Tiger three back

Danish rookie Cappelen makes eight birdies to tie Bradley for lead

James tallies triple double as Lakers roll over Nets

James tallies triple double as Lakers roll over Nets

James shot 11 of 19 from the floor as the Lakers shot 50% overall

Dutch Dakar biker dies after Saudi crash

Dutch Dakar biker dies after Saudi crash

Dutch motorcyclist Edwin Straver, who crashed during the penultimate stage of the Dakar rally, has died of his injuries, his wife confirmed yesterday.

Rules to tighten after Nike shoe helps slash records, say sources

Rules to tighten after Nike shoe helps slash records, say sources

Phenomenon has sparked debate about ‘technological doping’

Malik shines on return to help Pakistan beat Bangladesh

Malik shines on return to help Pakistan beat Bangladesh

Recalled Shoaib Malik smashed a solid half-century to anchor Pakistan’s five-wicket win over Bangladesh in the first Twenty20 international in Lahore yesterday.

South Africa fight back after Crawley hits maiden fifty

South Africa fight back after Crawley hits maiden fifty

‘It was a great feeling to put on 50 but shame not to get a bigger score’

‘What is my life?’ Gauff, 15, stuns champion Osaka

‘What is my life?’ Gauff, 15, stuns champion Osaka

‘I’m still new to this, but I’m sure I’m not used to it’

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