Tony Jimenez

Chelsea put to the test against Manchester City

Chelsea's revival under Roberto Di Matteo faces the ultimate test on Wednesday when they face a Manchester City in the English Premier League.

Tour physician confident McIlroy will bounce back

Golfer Rory McIlroy's viral illness is a common problem and he should make a complete recovery after some rest, says his medical officer.

Donald and McIlroy prepare for desert shootout

World No. 1 Luke Donald and second-ranked Rory McIlroy go in search of desert treasure at this week's Dubai World Championship.

Magical Mickelson joins Clarke in the lead

World number six Phil Mickelson launched a typically pugnacious charge to join overnight pacesetter Darren Clarke at the top of the leaderboard.

Ryder Cup poised for Monday finish after start delayed

The Ryder Cup appears set for a first Monday finish after the start of the third day's play was delayed on Sunday after torrential rain.

Els ‘unbelievably proud’ of Oosthuizen

No one was happier than world number six Ernie Els after protégé Louis Oosthuizen cantered to a seven-shot victory at the Open Championship.

Players put the knife in, says disappoined Els

Ernie Els has hit out at players who criticised his redesign of Wentworth's West Course this week, saying they had "put the knife" into him.

Clubhouse leader Goosen shows he’s wide awake

Retief Goosen was woken up in the early hours of Thursday morning but he showed no sign of fatigue, snatching the early lead in the British Open.

Mickelson, Els to lead field at Loch Lomond

World number two Phil Mickelson, third-ranked Ernie Els and fourth-ranked Adam Scott will lead a strong field in the Scottish Open at Loch Lomond in July. Mickelson and Els, a double winner of the British Open warm-up event, return after finishing second and third respectively last year behind Frenchman Gregory Havret.

Els: Leopard Creek blunder an all-time low

World number five Ernie Els is still in a daze after gifting victory to Briton John Bickerton at the Dunhill Championship on Sunday. The three-time Major winner arrived at the par-five 18th at Leopard Creek on Sunday with a two-shot lead over Bickerton, who had already completed his round. But Els twice found the water surrounding the final green to slump to a triple-bogey eight.

Harrington wins play-off after day of drama

Irishman Padraig Harrington beat Sergio Garcia of Spain by one stroke in a four-hole British Open play-off on Sunday to land his maiden victory in a major and the first by a European for eight years. Harrington (35) completed the extra holes in 15 shots (level par) after the two Ryder Cup colleagues had finished the championship locked together on seven-under 277.

British Open place is Sterne’s reward for Wales triumph

Richard Sterne's second European Tour victory at the Wales Open has earned the South African a place in next month's British Open at Carnoustie. Sterne also climbed to fourth in the order of merit after scooping the first prize of  000 at Celtic Manor on Sunday.

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