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Today โ€” August 20th 2018Reuters Sports News

Djokovic beats Federer to win in Cincinnati

Novak Djokovic finally got the title that had been missing from his resume as the Serb defeated Swiss world number two Roger Federer, his greatest rival, 6-4 6-4 to win the Cincinnati Masters on Sunday.

Snedeker leads wire-to-wire for three-shot Wyndham win

Brandt Snedeker won the Wyndham Championship by three shots on Sunday after his only remaining threat C.T. Pan drove out of bounds at the final hole.

Wickens airlifted to hospital in IndyCar crash; race halted for 2 hours

Driver Robert Wickens was taken to a local hospital by helicopter and racing was stopped after a violent crash on the ninth lap in the ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway.

Yesterday โ€” August 19th 2018Reuters Sports News

Cabrera grand slam leads Indians over Orioles, 8-0

Melky Cabrera hit a grand slam during a six-run fourth inning that broke the game open for Cleveland, and the Indians defeated the visiting Baltimore Orioles 8-0 in the finale of a weekend series Sunday at Progressive Field.

Bertens stuns world number one Halep for Cincinnati title

Dutch surprise Kiki Bertens saved a championship point before going on to earn a shock Cincinnati Masters final triumph 2-6 7-6(6) 6-2 over a fatigued world number one Simona Halep on Sunday.

Sherman: NFL 'will be flag football soon'

Richard Sherman took to Twitter Sunday to voice his dislike of the NFL's new helmet rule.

Report: Thompson wants to be 'a Warrior for life'

The much anticipated NBA free agency of 2019 is poised to be flooded with superstar options. But one of the most tempting targets might not be on the shopping list after all.

76ers' Simmons on LeBron: 'Would've been great to learn from him'

Philadelphia 76ers executives thought they had a good chance to sign LeBron James this summer and were disappointed when he spurned them in free agency for the Los Angeles Lakers.

Robertson's '71 championship ring sells for $91K

Basketball legend Oscar Robertson auctioned off some of his most prominent basketball memorabilia this weekend, including his 1971 NBA championship ring, which fetched $91,138.

Indians OF Martin set to leave hospital after life-threatening infection

Cleveland Indians center fielder Leonys Martin is scheduled to be released from the hospital on Sunday after battling a life-threatening bacterial infection that entered his bloodstream and ravaged internal organs, president of baseball operations Chris Antonetti announced.

Twins place RHP Santana on 10-day DL, reinstate Grossman

The Minnesota Twins have again placed right-hander Ervin Santana on the 10-day disabled list in a flurry of moves announced by the team on Sunday.

Veteran CB Scandrick signs with Chiefs

Veteran cornerback Orlando Scandrick has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs, the team announced on Sunday.

Golf: Snedeker heads packed leaderboard after three rounds at Wyndham

Brandt Snedeker clung to a one-stroke lead over fellow American Brian Gay and Canadian David Hearn after the third round at the Wyndham Championship on Sunday morning.

Six Vikings injured in preseason loss

The Minnesota Vikings dropped a 14-10 decision to the Jacksonville Jagaurs on Saturday, but the losses could run deeper than just one preseason game.

MLB roundup: A's tie Astros atop AL West

Right-hander Trevor Cahill gave up only an infield single over seven innings Saturday afternoon, and the Oakland Athletics completed a 10-game climb into first place in the American League West with a 7-1 victory over the Houston Astros in Oakland, Calif.

Tsunami-survivor Herold ready to make Asiad waves

Having spent five days as a child clinging to a tree in the wake of a tsunami, Indian cyclist Deborah Herold has some perspective on the concept of fear of failure in the sporting arena.

NFL roundup: Cousins struggles in Vikings' loss to Jaguars

Kirk Cousins and Latavius Murray each had their fair share of troubles as the Minnesota Vikings lost 14-10 to the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars in preseason action Saturday afternoon at U.S. Bank Stadium.

Sun shines with wushu gold to give China perfect Asiad start

Sun Peiyuan won the first gold of the 18th Asian Games in Wushu to give powerhouse China a perfect start to their campaign on Sunday.

Golf: Thompson penalized for rules breach at Indy Championship

Lexi Thompson received a one-stroke penalty for a rules violation at the LPGA's Indy Championship on Saturday in her first event back after taking a short break from the tour.

NFL notebook: WR Gordon says he's ready to rejoin Browns

Troubled wide receiver Josh Gordon thanked the Cleveland Browns and the NFL family as he announced himself ready to join the team in training camp Saturday.

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