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A calm Sloane Stephens picked her shots to perfection to overcome Japan's Naomi Osaka in a battle between the last two U.S. Open champions at the WTA Finals on Monday before top seed Angelique Kerber was upset by Kiki Bertens.

Naomi Osaka was left frustrated with her performance after she opened her debut WTA Finals tournament with a 7-5 4-6 6-1 defeat against Sloane Stephens, the U.S. Open champion admitting she never really felt comfortable against the American.

TCU's Turpin arrested on assault charges
Mon, 22 Oct 2018 12:48:34 -0400
TCU standout football player KaVontae Turpin was arrested Sunday on charges of assault with bodily injury of a family member, according to Tarrant County Jail records.

The PGA Tour and pay TV operator Discovery Inc unveiled a live and on-demand video-streaming service on Monday that will allow golf fans access to nearly 150 tournaments annually.

Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt managed to upstage the first weekend of Australia's A-League season without kicking a ball after his agent said he had been offered a professional contract by the Central Coast Mariners.

NBA roundup: Kings ruin Westbrook's return
Mon, 22 Oct 2018 01:19:19 -0400
Yogi Ferrell stole the ball from Russell Westbrook and scored a buzzer-beating layup at the end of the first half, capping a flurry that helped the Sacramento Kings build a double-digit lead en route to a 131-120 victory over the host Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night.

The Tampa Bay Lightning set a modern NHL record with 33 shots in the second period as they cruised to a 6-3 win over the host Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday.

Cam Newton threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Greg Olsen with 1:22 remaining as the Carolina Panthers completed the biggest comeback in franchise history to defeat the host Philadelphia Eagles 21-17 on Sunday afternoon.

Lewis Hamilton was made to wait for his fifth Formula One world championship on Sunday after the Mercedes driver finished only third in a U.S. Grand Prix won by Ferrari veteran Kimi Raikkonen.

Angry Australian Daniel Ricciardo left his mark on Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix by punching through a wall in the Red Bull hospitality after suffering yet another engine failure.

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