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Serena suffers shock second-round defeat

Top-ranked Serena Williams suffered a shock 6-4, 6-4 loss to Slovakia's world number 78 Jana Cepelova in the second round of the Family Circle Cup.

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Work halted at Brazil 2014 stadium

Brazilian authorities halted work at the temporary stands of the stadium that will host the opening match of this year's World Cup following the death of a worker, the company in charge of the construction said.

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No more Brooklyn boos for the Nets

The Brooklyn Nets have gone from disappointment to dominant, a team that was booed on its home floor and now rarely loses there.

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Hamilton dominates in Malaysia GP

Lewis Hamilton won the Malaysian Grand Prix with a pole-to-flag victory ahead of Nico Rosberg in a first Mercedes one-two since they returned to Formula One as a works team in 2010.

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Palace stun leaders Chelsea

Chelsea captain John Terry scored an own goal to gift Crystal Palace a 1-0 victory, weakening the west London team's grip on the Premier League lead.

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Philadelphia suffer record NBA loss

The Philadelphia 76ers etched their name in the NBA record book of shame by dropping their 26th consecutive game in a 120-98 loss to the Houston Rockets.

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Tracks are quieter than bars: Vettel

Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has blasted the new V6 turbo engines for a lack of noise, saying the tracks were now quieter than most bars and that fans were missing out.

Read more: Tracks are quieter than bars: Vettel

   

UEFA set to unveil Nations League

UEFA are expected to announce the introduction of a new Nations League for national teams from 2018 and tougher, Europe-wide sanctions against match fixing at their Congress on Thursday.

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Serena, Sharapova through to quarters

World number one Serena Williams led a stampede of top seeds into the quarter-finals of the Sony Open but big sister and three-time Miami champion Venus could not join the party.

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Barca floor Real in bad-tempered Clasico

Lionel Messi blew the La Liga title race wide open when the Argentina forward netted a hat trick in a 4-3 comeback win for the champions at 10-man Real Madrid in an action-paced 'Clasico'.

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