A bad start to the Australian Open tennis is counterbalanced by the England women's cricket team
Scot is seeded four but has been out of action after surgery, favourite Djokovic is on a roll
The Wimbledon champion polls more votes than all his rivals combined as he romps to BBC award
Serb beats world number one, but Nadal refuses to be downhearted after overcoming serious injury
Spaniard in the form of his life as a great New York final produces one astonishing rally of 52 shots
Defending champion in trouble for racket abuse after losing his cool in three-set defeat
Wind makes conditions difficult at Flushing Meadows for US Open defending champion
World's greatest player is beaten in straight sets by Tommy Robredo. Is this the end of an era?
UK No 2 finally coming good after beating Bernard Tomic and sore nipples at US Open
Storms delay defending champ, but he cruises into second round as Robson also goes through
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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