ATP Finals: Alexander Zverev beats John Isner to set up Roger Federer semi-final

Alexander Zverev has won five of his six meetings against John Isner Germany’s Alexander Zverev sealed his place in the ATP Finals semi-finals with a straight-set win which knocked his American opponent John Isner out of the season-ending event. Both men dominated their service games, but Zverev nicked the first-set tie-break before breaking at the end of the second to win 7-6 (7-5) 6-3 in London. Third seed Zverev will play Roger Federer in the semi-finals on Saturday. Zverev’s win means Novak Djokovic is through as group winner. The Serbian world number one, who meets Marin Cilic in his final

Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes’ F1 titles will have huge 2019 ‘knock-on’

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NASCAR title contenders are ‘best of the best’ – Kyle Busch

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Renault F1 team making ‘strong progress’ with its 2019 car

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No second thoughts over Furniture Row closure – Barney Visser

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Kyle Busch expects extra racing room for NASCAR title contenders

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F1 says it will drop races with ‘unattractive’ deals from its calendar

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Who is the real 2018 NASCAR Cup series title favourite?

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Wilson’s late heroics lift Seahawks over Packers

After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter, Bobby Wagner and Seattle’s defense stymied Aaron Rodgers and the Seahawks stayed in the middle of the NFC playoff race. “We’ve been through so much throughout this season it was time to get over the hump,” Wagner said. “We’ve been down, we’ve been up, we’ve lost close games, we’ve won close games. It was time.” Wilson threw for 225 yards and his 15-yard touchdown pass to Ed Dickson with 5:08 left was the difference in the Seahawks’ 27-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night. In

Tiger Woods recalls 9/11 terror attacks ahead of Bellerive Country Club return

Woods was out practicing in the Missouri capital ahead of the 2001 WGC – AMEX Championship when the World Trade Centre was brought down by two terrorist manned airliners.

AMEX event organisers wasted little time cancelling the event in the wake of the terrorist attack on New York and Washington with Woods commandeering a courtesy car and taking two days to drive the 1,100 miles to his Florida residence.

The attacks also saw a year’s postponement to the Ryder Cup while Woods, who was headlining on all promotional material, withdrew from contesting the European Tour’s Lancome Trophy later that September in Versailles.

“We got pulled off the course. I was out practicing at the time when the first plane hit,” said Woods.

“By the time we got in, unfortunately, we had the chance to see the second plane hit. So that was the last time I was there at Bellerive.

“So, it’s been 17 years since we were there last and from what I’ve heard it should be low scoring again next week and I’m looking forward to checking it out.”

Woods was speaking after seeing hopes dashed of capturing a PGA Tour record of nine WGC – Bridgestone Invitational victories with a disappointing top-40 Firestone finish.

It is also the last of 20 Bridgestone sponsored events and with Memphis to host the new WGC – FedEx St. Jude Invitational from next year.

Woods had been well in contention at six-under after two rounds but a pair of 73s over the weekend handed him his poorest finish since missing the cut in June’s U.S. Open.

“It is what it is and weeks like this happen and I just wasn’t as sharp as I need to be,” said Woods.

“The only day I putted well was the first day but I now have three more days to clean it up come Thursday.

“But in saying that I will miss coming here to Akron. I will miss the community and it just a fantastic event as I have been coming here for 20-years.

“There’s people out here that are camped-out on the same hole year-after-year and we’re going to miss that.”

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