Rafael Nadal has been praised for an incredibly classy gesture amid the heartbreak of his shock loss in Monte Carlo.
Former Australian captain and Storm skipper Cameron Smith says the NRL's push to wind back penalties is resulting in more entertaining matches.
Veteran forward Adam Blair concedes he has started the Warriors' NRL campaign in disappointing fashion but insists he can bounce back quickly.
Liverpool have beaten Cardiff 2-0 to return to the EPL summit, while Arsenal have lost 3-2 to Crystal Palace and Everton thumped Manchester United 4-0.
Former England fullback Gary Neville has unleashed on players at his old club Manchester United after their 4-0 capitulation to Everton, saying some need to go.
Paris Saint-Germain's eighth French league title is a bit of an anti-climax given their failure to progress past the Champions League quarter-finals.
Neymar and Edinson Cavani returned from injury but it was Kylian Mbappe that scored the goals as PSG celebrated their Ligue 1 title success with a home win.
A ban on advertising of junk food on billboards and spaces owned by the Queensland government will be enforced in a bid to help people make healthier choices.
Niklas Suele's deflected goal has kept Bayern Munich's German Bundesliga title defence intact after their 1-0 win over Werder Bremen.
Anthony Mundine is returning to rugby league in the next chapter of the athlete's 26 years in professional sport after spending almost two decades in boxing.
The AFL has been urged to reconsider its decision to book Perth band Birds of Tokyo for a performance before the Essendon and Collingwood clash on Anzac Day.
A conflicted Bernard Foley says controversial Wallabies superstar Israel Folau is not a bad guy but is hurting his NSW Waratahs team.
Gary Ablett and Matthew Kennedy have been forced to back down over their support of Israel Folau's social media posts.
Manchester United's Chris Smalling has joined a host of English Premier League players boycotting social media in protest against racism online.
NRL CEO Todd Greenberg feared the game's summer of hell could cost hundreds of millions in lost broadcast revenue, court documents have revealed.
People buying tickets for the Australian Open, Ashes Test matches and blockbuster theatre shows were misled by ticket reseller Viagogo, a court has found.