Montevideo: Liverpool striker Luis Suarez admitted Tuesday he has made mistakes on the pitch that have earned him a bad reputation, but the controversial Uruguayan star defended his “slyness” and “character” in an interview with AFP.
Kuala Lumpur: Kimi Raikkonen ignited the Formula One season with a stunning win in Australia but the “Iceman” will feel heat from his rivals this weekend at the notoriously demanding Malaysian Grand Prix.
London: Frank Lampard believes that Rio Ferdinand has not yet played his last game for England, despite the defender having withdrawn from the national squad this week.
London: Former England striker Michael Owen announced on Tuesday that he will retire from professional football at the end of the current season.
London: Auction house Bonhams unveiled a “forgotten” 1954 Formula One car driven by five-time world champion Juan Manuel Fangio which is expected to sell for £5 million at auction in July.
Miami: World number ones Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams head the fields at the Miami Masters hardcourt event that begins on Tuesday, although several big names will be missing.
SQUAW VALLEY, CA: World Championship gold medalists Ted Ligety and Mikaela Shiffrin roll to the hometown of Olympic gold winner and record setting major championship medalist Julia Mancuso March 20-24 for the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships.
Yangon: With their indie hairstyles, tattoos and ripped jeans, Yangon’s teenage skaters look like their counterparts anywhere in the world and — like their peers — they struggle to find somewhere to skate.
Miami: Tiger Woods, the 14-time major golf champion whose infamous sex scandal with multiple mistresses led to a 2010 divorce, is dating ski star Lindsey Vonn, the two US sports icons announced.
Paris: France coach Didier Deschamps on Monday admitted that he could be persuaded to rest players for Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Georgia with the following game against Spain in mind.