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Perhaps precisely because of its elitist reputation, tennis has consistently attracted mavericks and radicals.
White players are hailed for their courage and commitment, while black players are more likely to be criticised for a bad attitude, and reduced to their pace and strength.
What a team, what a manager, what an achievement.
I used to tell myself that I am such a fan I can watch any two teams kicking a ball around. Turns out it’s not true.
Marcus Rashford, Raheem Sterling and the rise of the activist super-players.
US legal scholar Lawrence Douglas has examined how well prepared American political institutions are for a president who doesn't want to go.
While the rewards at the top are as high as ever, sport’s working poor are being cut adrift.
In a time of crisis, what can sporting leadership tell us about the real thing?
Having craved Mike Ashley’s departure for years, fans are not too squeamish about who might replace him.
Football is a game that in its highest professional form has become bereft of any moral compass.