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Anderson’s elbow ‘played up a little’ in Australian Open loss

South African tennis star, Kevin Anderson, says he is currently doing rehabilitation work following an elbow injury picked up at the Australian Open.

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Kohli sweeps top ICC awards

India captain, Virat Kohli, said on Tuesday he was "very, very happy" after becoming the first-ever player to clinch all three top honours, including Cricketer of The Year, in the International Cricket Council (ICC) awards.

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Rabada only Protea honoured in ICC's teams of 2018

Kagiso Rabada is the only South African to feature in the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s esteemed One Day International (ODI) and Test teams for 2018.

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Boateng to seize chance after shock Barcelona move

Ghanaian forward, Kevin-Prince Boateng, has vowed to make the most of his shock arrival at Barcelona after a loan move for the journeyman from Italian side, Sassuolo, was sealed on Monday.

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'Steely Serena in 'different space'

Serena Williams is emotionally and physically ready to win another Grand Slam, unlike during her famous meltdown in the final of the US Open last year, according to coach Patrick Mouratoglou.

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Changes to Proteas women's squads for Sri Lanka series

Cricket South Africa have named the Proteas women's squads that will face Sri Lanka in their inbound tour from February 1-17 2019.

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SA Rugby pays tribute to Pat Lambie

SA Rugby President, Mark Alexander, and Director of Rugby, Rassie Erasmus, have paid tribute to Springbok utility back, Pat Lambie, who announced his retirement from the game over the weekend.

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Solskjaer plays down Fergie factor

Manchester United interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, revealed he and club legend, Sir Alex Ferguson, are not as close as fans think.

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Sundowns coach explains how North Africans cheat CCL system

Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane, says North African sides manipulate referees and use time-wasting tactics in the CAF Champions League.

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Tiger to make 2019 PGA debut alongside Finau, Schauffele

Former world number one, Tiger Woods, will make his 2019 PGA debut on Thursday at the Farmers Insurance Open alongside fellow Americans Tony Finau and Xander Schauffele, according to groupings released on Monday.

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