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Germany feeling no pressure ahead of World Cup final, says Schweinsteiger

Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger says his team has the experience to cope with playing Argentina on the biggest stage of all.

World Cup final Messi’s stage for greatness

With Argentina up against Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, Lionel Messi now has the stage to secure his place among the greats.

Suarez says bite was not deliberate

Luis Suarez has told Fifa that he "lost his balance" and "fell on top of his opponent". Uruguay is appealing his lengthy ban.

Miami Heat’s LeBron James takes his place among NBA greats

LeBron James has realised his dream of winning NBA crowns with the Miami Heat as the MVP delivered a 37-point score to sink the San Antonio Spurs.

Woods pleased after his second tournament win of the year

Tiger Woods has won his second tournament of the year in convincing fashion with a two-stroke win at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral.

Tiger Woods criticises McIlroy’s withdrawal from Honda tournament

Tiger Woods has said world number one Rory McIlroy should choose his words more carefully after Ireland's golfer withdrew from the Honda Classic.

Signs of fatigue creep into Serena Williams’s victory

Signs of tiredness betrayed Serena Williams as she continued her return to form with a 6-3 7-6 victory over Lucie Hradecka at the Cincinnati Open.

Federer sinks Del Potro at Cincinnati Open

Roger Federer has cast aside bad memories of his US Open defeat to Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro by beating him 6-3 7-5 at the Cincinnati Open.

Roddick loses cool in dramatic Cincinnati Open upset

An angry Andy Roddick lost his cool as he crashed out of the Cincinnati Open in the first round after a three-set defeat to Philipp Kohlschreiber.

Top seed Wozniacki upset by German Petkovic

World number one Caroline Wozniacki suffered a surprise fourth-round defeat by Germany's Andrea Petkovic in the Sony Ericsson Open on Monday.

Fifa member hits out at winter World Cup talk

A member of Fifa's executive committee has criticised talk of moving the 2022 World Cup to winter, saying it will disrupt the "entire football world".

Federer shows he is the man to beat again at US Open

Roger Federer returned to winning ways on Sunday by claiming the Cincinnati Masters and announced himself as the man to beat at the US Open.

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