12:42 AM ET Peter BodoTennis Close Peter Bodo has been covering tennis for over 35 years, mostly recently for ESPN. He is a former WTA Writer of the Year and the author of numerous books, including the classic “The Courts of Babylon” and the New York Times bestseller (with Pete Sampras), “A Champion’s Mind.” NEW
Barbados Tridents’ home performances make Jamaica Tallawahs’ American nightmare look tame by comparison. The Tridents lost their fourth straight match at Kensington Oval in an eight-wicket trouncing at the hands of Guyana Amazon Warriors courtesy Luke Ronchi‘s unbeaten 40-ball 67. This helped Warriors to the top of the table, while Tridents are firmly rooted to
The attorney for LSU Tigers guard Ed Ingram, who was arrested in August on two counts of aggravated sexual assault, said Friday his client is not guilty of the allegations. Ingram was suspended by LSU on Aug. 3, the day after he was arrested by the Dallas County Sheriff’s office on warrants issued by police
NEW YORK — Serena Williams said every athlete “should be completely grateful and honored” for the protests started by former NFL players Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid. Serena Williams bested Venus Williams 6-1, 6-2 in the third round of the US Open and the sisters’ 30th career matchup as pros. Friday marked their earliest meeting
PORTLAND, Ore. — Georgia Hall shot a 9-under 63 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead in the Cambia Portland Classic and break the tournament 36-hole record. The Women’s British Open winner four weeks ago for her first LPGA Tour title and 22-year-old Englishwoman made five straight birdies in the middle of the back nine.
9:05 PM ET Bob PockrassNASCAR Close • NASCAR writer for ESPN.com• 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year• More than 25 years experience covering motorsports DARLINGTON, S.C. — Kyle Busch has not talked to Kyle Busch Motorsports drivers Noah Gragson and Todd Gilliland about the finish of Sunday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series playoff opener at Canadian Tire
NORTON, Mass. — Justin Rose missed the cut in the FedEx Cup playoffs opener and decided to make the most of it. He stayed home in the Bahamas for six days, opting out of the pro-am and not arriving to the Dell Technologies Championship until the evening for the opening round Friday. And then he