Roger Federer during his quarter-final match of the Qatar Open against Nikoloz Basilashvili on Thursday. Reuters
The Qatar Open on Wednesday saw its top two seeds stretched to the limit. Top seed Dominic Thiem withstood the challenge of Russian wild card Aslan Karatsev in a comeback victory, while second seed Roger Federer survived a Daniel Evans scare before
Roger Federer was bundled out of the Qatar Open on Thursday after the Swiss maestro was handed a shock defeat by ATP-ranked 42nd Nikoloz Basilashvili. The player from Georgia, who lost the first set 6-3, came back strongly to beat the
Rafael Nadal suffered an upset singles loss but made amends in the doubles to keep Spain alive at the ATP Cup Friday, with Novak Djokovic also surviving a scare before rallying
India set New Zealand 284 runs to win after a lower order fightback from the Kiwi demolition of the hosts' top batters on the fourth day of the first Test on Sunday.
Team Abu Dhabi are UIM F1H2O world champions for a fourth year in succession after a day of extreme drama at the Grand Prix of Portugal, which saw Thani Al Qamzi agonisingly lose out to Sweden’s Jonas Andersson in the race for the drivers’ title.
The Dubai Duty Free Golf World Cup is always one of the most highly anticipated events in the international travel retail golfing calendar and this year’s 28th edition was no exception.
The Abu Dhabi Sports Council in cooperation with the Spartan World Foundation has completed preparations for the World Spartan Championship to be held at the Liwa Desert, Mureeb Hill, in the Al Dhafra region from December 2-5.