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  • Mission Hills Group unites world celebrities in Hainan

    Retired basketball star Yao Ming, right, and American actor Morgan Freeman pose for photos during a session of the 2014 Mission Hills World Celebrity Pro-Am golf tournament in Haikou city, South China's Hainan province, Oct 24, 2014.

  • Emotional Edfors claims inaugural Shankai Classic

    Johan Edfors produced a stunning finish to win his first tour event in five years at the inaugural Shankai Classic presented by IDG Capital Partners on Sunday.

  • Edfors relishing China return

    A pain-free Johan Edfors is looking to use next week's inaugural Shankai Classic as a launch pad for a strong finish to his European Challenge Tour season.

Li Na retires

Asian Games

China Open

While tennis fans and pundits are obsessed with his below-par performances at the four majors this year which have left him in danger of missing the cut for the season-ending ATP finale for the first time since 2001, Federer has already put a positive spin on his 2013 trials and tribulations.

US Open

Rafa Nadal crowned his brilliant year by defeating world number one Novak Djokovic 6-2 3-6 6-4 6-1 to win the US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday.

Williams beats Wozniacki to reach champs final

Serena Williams is in the final of the WTA Finals after beating Caroline Wozniacki in a third-set tiebreaker on Saturday, winning 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6).

Malaysian badminton ace's B sample to be tested

The B sample of a Malaysian top badminton player, whose A sample has been tested positive for dexamethasone, will be tested on Nov 4 or Nov 5.

China climbs to 88th in FIFA rankings

China climbed to 88th on the October edition of the overall FIFA world rankings, nine positions higher than last month, according to the FIFA website.

Schumacher's doctor sees progress

A French physician who treated Michael Schumacher for nearly six months says he is no longer in a coma and predicted a possible recovery within three years.


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World No 1 Lee fails dope test

Malaysian badminton star Lee Chong Wei faces a two-year ban and could miss the 2016 Rio Olympics after failing a dope test.

Malaysian badminton ace's B sample to be tested
Schumacher's doctor sees progress after injury
Pistorius jailed for five years for Steenkamp killing