In an outcome that could have not been predicted, Jered Weaver pitched the Angels to victory, 6-3, against the talented Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday at Rogers Centre. But it became apparent early that the 33-year-old right-hander was wielding some of his better stuff to date this season. The first...
The first two pitches Mike Trout saw from Marco Estrada on Wednesday at Rogers Centre were strikes. So Trout settled in. He fouled a pitch off, watched three balls go by, then tracked a changeup down below the strike zone and golfed it for a home run. It raised Trout’s statistics after 0-and-2...
The UFC makes its second of three stops in Canada this year on Saturday when UFC on FOX 21 takes place at Rogers Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia. Go inside the numbers for the card. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Tyler Skaggs’ slide since his superb return to the major leagues continued Tuesday at Rogers Centre. The 25-year-old left-hander finished only four innings and gave as many runs in his sixth start of 2016 as the Angels lost, 7-2, to Toronto. Skaggs quickly allowed a first-inning run on a double,...
The Tragically Hip played their final show earlier tonight in Kingston, Ontario, and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau was at the Rogers K-Rock Centre to celebrate the band’s long and storied career. In an interview with CBC Music,...Show More Summary
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI: This was meant to be Roger Federer’s day. Instead, in a wonderfully dramatic five-set match on Centre Court, Milos Raonic came of age and Federer showed his.
Beloved veteran Roger Federer is facing determined challenger Milos Raonic on Centre Court for the first of two men's semifinals on Friday at Wimbledon. Keep it here for live scores and updates from start to finish. First set underway. Read more Tennis news on BleacherReport.com
Home favourite Andy Murray will step up his bid to win a second Wimbledon title as he takes on Tomas Berdych on Centre Court after the game between Roger Federer and Milos Raonic.
Andy Murray and Roger Federer will be the favourites when they take to Centre Court for their semi-final matches at Wimbledon 2016 on Friday. Murray will meet Tomas Berdych, while Federer is set to take on Milos Raonic. Both FedererShow More Summary
Roger Federer fought back from two sets down and saved three match points before stunning Marin Cilic to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals.
The men's draw takes centre stage at Wimbledon on Wednesday with the quarter-finals dominating the billing. JOHN DOWNES takes you through all the LIVE action.
Seven-time champion Roger Federer will display his skills on Centre Court at Wimbledon Championship 2016 today July 6 for the Quarter-Finals, under Men's Singles category.
Middle Monday is always a bumper day of tennis at Wimbledon and this year's fourth-round action shouldn't disappoint too.
Roger Federer emphatically ended the hopes of another British player at Wimbledon on Friday, as he eliminated Daniel Evans 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 in the third round. The Centre Court crowd were right behind Evans, who is ranked 91st in the world, as he sought to spring a major upset against the 17-time Grand Slam champion. Show More Summary
Do not adjust your TV sets. Another Brit who is not called Andy Murray will today face Roger Federer on Centre Court. 26-year-old Dan Evans will be hoping to do what Marcus Willis couldn't.
Playing Roger Federer on centre court, being quizzed by Phillip Schofield on ITV before playing for the Warwick Boat Club. It's been a whirlwind 48 hours for Marcus Willis.
STUART FRASER - COURT REPORT: Marcus Willis was so relaxed before his match against Roger Federer that he and girlfriend Jennifer Bate approached him in the players’ restaurant.
MIKE DICKSON AT WIMBLEDON: Marcus Willis put in a brave performance at SW19 against Roger Federer but eventually fell to a 6-0, 6-3, 6-4 defeat at the hands of the world No 3.
Marcus Willis took on the biggest match of his life on Centre Court on Wednesday as he faced Roger Federer. And he seemed keen to pay tribute to the Swiss great with his choice of shirt.
He looked across the net, this tennis player with a dream but no reputation, this Englishman who somehow made it not only to Wimbledon but also Centre Court, and there he saw Roger Federer. “It was a bit surreal,” he confided. The Brits have been longing for this sort of story, especially after...