Tyrrell Hatton in action on day two of the 2021 Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship on Friday. Supplied picture
Armed with a new outlook on life, Rory McIlroy is eager to get over a torrid 2020 and hit the reset button in Abu Dhabi at a tournament that has frustrated him as much as rewarded him. The 31-year-old Northern Irishman, who became a father
English Ryder Cup pair Tyrrell Hatton and Justin Rose are fully focused on the task in hand at this week’s Dubai Desert Classic -- with Rose making his first appearance since 2009 and Hatton looking to make up for lost time having missed last year’s
Rory McIlroy will take a one-shot lead in to the final round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, with a thrilling final day battle ahead as he goes in search of a first Rolex Series victory.
Tyrrell Hatton is set to become the highest-ranked British golf player after outshining Rory McIlroy to win the $8 million Abu Dhabi Championship on Sunday. The 29-year-old Englishman started the final round one shot behind world number six McIlroy,
Tim Southee removed both India openers late on Tuesday to give New Zealand hope of an unlikely victory in the World Test Championship final as the showpiece match headed into the reserve sixth day.
Novak Djokovic is the targeting a record-equalling 20th major and sixth Wimbledon title from next week, edging him closer to becoming only the third man to complete a calendar Grand Slam. The world number one has already won a ninth Australian Open
Kasper Schmeichel described his feelings after Denmark’s win over Russia at the European Championship with one word. ”Euphoria,” the goalkeeper said. That sense of unbridled joy is a nice feeling for a team that’s been through, as Schmeichel put it, ”a turbulent
France advanced without kicking a ball, and Portugal can move on as well even with a loss on Wednesday. Hardly the heavyweight showdown many had hoped for in a match pitting defending champion Portugal against World Cup champion France, and Cristiano Ronaldo