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  • Clarke quits as Australia, New Zealand eye World Cup title
    Clarke quits as Australia, New Zealand eye World Cup title

    Australia captain Michael Clarke will quit one-day international cricket after the World Cup final, bringing the curtain down on his 12-year career and adding a fresh edge to Sunday's Melbourne showdown against New Zealand. "I think it's the right time for me and the Australian cricket team," the 33-year-old Clarke told reporters on Saturday.

  • Rain delays Serena, sets stage for busy Saturday
    Rain delays Serena, sets stage for busy Saturday

    World number one Serena Williams' quest for an eighth Miami crown was temporarily put on hold as rain washed out night matches at the combined WTA and ATP Masters tournament. Stormy weather moved into the Miami area shortly after men's second seed Rafael Nadal won his match over fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro 6-4, 6-2. Williams, who was to test a knee injury which forced her forfeit a quarter-final a week ago in Indian Wells against eventual champion Simona Halep, will open her campaign against Romanian Monica Niculescu -- the same player Williams struggled to beat in the second round in the California desert.

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