Midfield legend Andres Iniesta has pledged Spain will overcome their early World Cup woes in Russia by beating Iran on Wednesday to set up another tilt at the title. Iniesta, who scored Spain's extra-time winner on their way to victory over the Netherlands in South Africa in 2010Read More »
Troubled Novak Djokovic made a strong start to his Wimbledon preparations with a 6-2, 6-1 demolition of Australian qualifier John Millman at Queen's Club on Tuesday. Djokovic is a lowly 22nd in the ATP rankings after an embarrassing French Open quarter-final defeat against Italian journeyman Marco
Mohamed Salah was named in Egypt's starting line-up on Tuesday as they try to salvage their World Cup against a Russian side who know a win could seal a place in the last 16. Liverpool wizard Salah missed his team's 1-0 defeat by Uruguay on Friday as he struggles to recover from the shoulder
Red Bull's decision to switch to Honda engines in Formula 1 next season is just reward for the Japanese manufacturer's perseverance on a sometimes tortured path
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, as she has done for over 60 years, led the Royal Procession down the finishing straight on Tuesday to get probably racing's most famous carnival Royal Ascot under way. The greatest cheers, though, were reserved for newly-married couple Prince Harry and his wife
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says that the decision to switch from Renault to Honda power for the 2019 Formula 1 season was a "pretty clear cut" technical choice.
A blonde Iceland midfielder has become a social media sensation, attracting more admirers than the population of Iceland after a cameo role in the 1-1 World Cup draw with Argentina. Rurik Gislason came on as a second-half substitute on Saturday to win admirers worldwide purring over his cool Nordic