US tennis player Serena Williams (L) stands with Raymond Moore, Indian Wells CEO. Photograph: Paul Buck/EPA

Martina Navratilova says she would not be surprised if women players boycotted Indian Wells following the sexism row which has engulfed the tournament(...)

 Maria Sharapova:  normal course of treatment for the drug is four to six weeks and not the 10 years   she used it.   Photo: Damian Dovarganes/AP

Over the coming weeks and months an interesting observation may be made on divergent sporting cultures and Maria Sharapova will be central to the dram(...)

 Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova, the highest-paid woman in sports, said on March 7th, 2016 that she failed a drug test at the Australian Open due to a substance she has been taking for 10 years for health issues. Hours after the announcement, one of her biggest sponsors, Nike Inc., said it had suspended its relationship with her while the investigation continues. (Photograph: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters)

Nike, the world’s largest sporting- goods maker, has suspended ties with Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test at the Australian Open. One of (...)

Barclays Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester United. BT said it believed deals would be in place before the start of the next football season.

BT Ireland is in advanced talks with Sky, UPC and a number of other companies to make its new sports channels available to pay-television subsc(...)