Other - Yesterday’s News
The three-time Olympian was beaten by young Danish star Anders Antosen.
We could do with a couple of winners.
The former world number one beat Roberta Vinci in straight sets at the Stuttgart Open.
The five-time champion was knocked out by last year’s runner-up Ding Junhui.
However, plenty of players aren’t happy that she is being granted wildcard entries into tournaments.
The 30-year-old has a big summer ahead but the birth of his daughter has given Lowry a fresh perspective on life on Tour.
Chris Coghlan of the Blue Jays made one of the plays of the season.
Ding on the brink of World Championship semis after opening up 10-6 lead.
The Rockets beat the Thunder 105-99 to win their playoff series.
Other - Tuesday 25 April, 2017
Chloe Magee and Sam Magee were victors in the mixed doubles while Rachael Darragh won her first-round clash in the women’s singles.
And hopefully find you a winner.
Willie Mullins also closed the gap in the race for the Irish trainers’ title at Punchestown today.
Higgins, Selby and Hawkins all lead after the opening quarter-final sessions.
That’s the third time in four races for the Supreme Novice Hurdle winner.
The running back could make a Week 1 return to Minnesota after confirming he has an offer on the table from the New Orleans Saints.
The Welshman, who has struggled with injuries throughout the season, was taken off in the first half of Sunday’s defeat to Barcelona.
Scott Evans begins his eighth European Championships campaign later today, and the three-time Olympian has never been in a better frame of mind to win a first major medal.
One eagle-eyed TV viewer cost Lexi Thompson a four-stroke penalty and a major championship recently.
Meanwhile, Steph Curry hit the 30-point mark as the Warriors cruised into the second round.
Other - Monday 24 April, 2017
The World Number One quoted Maya Angelou in her response to the Romanian’s weekend rants.
And hopefully find you a winner.
Williams has not played since making history in Melbourne, but the 23-time grand slam champion is back at the top of the rankings.
The number one pick seems a lock, after that… Chaos.
The defending champions defeated the Pacers 4-0 in the opening series.
Other - Sunday 23 April, 2017
From Galway’s shock win in the Hurling league final, to the World Snooker Championship, there were some fascinating sports pictures taken this week.
Outrageously talented on the field, Mixon once punched a woman in the face, breaking four bones.
It was a dramatic last kilometre.
Brendan Rodgers’ men have yet to be beaten in domestic competition this season.
Matthew Rees gave us a moment of sportsmanship to remember.
More than 40,000 registered to run the 26.2 mile trek through the UK capital.
39-year-old Peter Stringer is still in unbelievable nick and more in the sporting tweets of the week
Also featuring Paul McGrath and Alan Brogan.
Wins for the Warriors, Raptors and Hawks as well in Saturday night’s playoff action.
'When people said I should go talk to someone, I told them to shut up. I thought I was right but I was weak and lost'
Athletics had battered, bruised and scarred David Gillick by the time he officially called it quits in June 2014 and the emotional crash of retirement sent him on a downward spiral.
Coleman's rise to the top, Jim McClean's forgotten glory years at Dundee and the week's best sportswriting
Plus, the last days of Aaron Hernandez’s life before his death this week.
Other - Saturday 22 April, 2017
Romanian captain Ilie Nastase was sent from the stadium after verbally abusing the umpire and Konta.
ITF investigating remarks allegedly made by the two-time Grand Slam winner.
Five-time champ will play either Liang Wenbo or Ding Junhui in the last eight
Here’s the pick of our readers’ contributions from the past seven days.
The Italian was aged 37.