Wesley College, where he felt ostracised as a Jew. He was quite an accomplished tennis player at Maccabi(...)

Caroline Wozniacki will run the New York City marathon on Marathon on November 2nd. Photograph: Erdem Sahin/EPA

(...).2 miles. Wozniacki, the world’s 13th-ranked female tennis player, was supposed to marry the golfer in(...)

Dermot Smurfit Jnr: “I think Michael has respect for me. . . I would be super disappointed if he didn’t say: ‘Dermot is a good operator’ ”

(...) strange things.”His own coping mechanisms seem decidedly pedestrian. A bit of tennis. Some running on a(...)

(...) a golfer. Tennis was her game and she loved it. “I just go out there and I make sure I don’t think(...)

 Rory McIlroy  watches a shot during a practice round for the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational at Firestone Country Club South Course. Photograph:  Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

(...) needs to do before his day is done to improve as a player. Since he broke off his engagement to tennis(...)

Migrant labourers work on a construction site last October in Doha in Qatar. Photograph: AFP

Guardian there was table tennis, table football and a collection of cricket and football equipment. A(...)

Sportsfile photographer Ray McManus won second prize Sports Singles in the World Press Photo Contest 2011 with this action study of a scrumhalf in the AIL First Division match between Old Belvedere and Blackrock played in heavy rain at Anglesea Road in Dublin.

(...)’s difficult, too, these days to compose a clean shot – except in a sport like tennis – with so many TV cameras(...)

Sam Barry shows his disappointment oin his way to an Irish Open  semi-final defeat to Josh Milton of Wales at Fitzwilliam. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Limerick man Sam Barry lost to Josh Milton of Wales in the semi-final of the FBD Irish Open at Fitzwilliam yesterday. Barry, the top seed, lost 6-2, 6(...)

(...) generation of the game since last year, releasing bowling and tennis first, then golf, baseball and boxing(...)

Rory McIlroy meets Northern Ireland’s First Minister Peter Robinson (left) and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness (right) at Stormont Castle after winning the Open Golf Championship. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire.

(...). “But I was far more interested in my kids’ high school football, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis(...)