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(Reuters) - Argentine Juan Martin del Potro suffered a setback to his French Open preparations after losing 7-6(0) 6-4 to qualifier Gastao Elias in the Lyon Open second round while top seed Milos Raonic moved into the quarter-finals on Wednesday.

(Reuters) - Maria Sharapova's comeback from a doping ban will include an appearance at the Rogers Cup in August after the former world number one was granted a wild card by the organizers of the Toronto tournament on Tuesday.

INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Security around the Indianapolis 500 will be beefed up this weekend following Monday's suicide bomb attack in Manchester, England, speedway officials said on Wednesday.

I've struggled to stay motivated, says Murray
Wed, 24 May 2017 16:28:11 -0400
PARIS (Reuters) - Britain's Andy Murray, who has suffered a dip in form this year, said on Wednesday it had been hard at times for him to stay motivated since he became world number one last year.

(Reuters) - The International Tennis Hall of Fame has made changes to its induction policies, including a fan vote and automatic ballot inclusion for players who met certain criteria during their careers, it announced on Wednesday.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A former general secretary of the Cayman Islands Football Association has pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy in connection with the U.S. probe into bribery involving the world soccer governing body FIFA.

F1 drivers wary of new Monaco kerbs
Wed, 24 May 2017 15:05:10 -0400
MONACO (Reuters) - Formula One drivers expressed concern on Wednesday that new kerbs installed at the Monaco Grand Prix could send their cars flying if they make a mistake.

(Reuters) - Defending champion and Dallas native Jordan Spieth will try to shake off a rare bout of poor form when he competes at this week's Dean & DeLuca Invitational where he will be the hometown favorite for the last leg of the PGA Tour's 'Texas Swing.'

MONACO (Reuters) - Jenson Button had a choice between quaffing champagne and entertaining McLaren team sponsors or racing in Sunday's Monaco Formula One Grand Prix.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The NBA announced on Wednesday it will play the 2019 all-star game in Charlotte, North Carolina, returning to the state after stripping it of the 2017 game to protest a law restricting bathroom use for transgender people.

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