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Slick City move to summit after thrashing Spurs

The Sport Matrix: Friday 10 May 2013

Rooney prepared to stay after Moyes installed at United

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 24 April 2013

Suarez set to fight FA over increased ban for Anfield bite

Lee Westwood at Augusta

The Masters 2013: The wait goes on for Lee Westwood

English golfer was six shots short of the play-off

Tiger Woods teed off mired in a rules controversy after taking an incorrect drop on Friday

The Masters 2013: Rory McIlroy out early and aiming for next year

World No 2 finishes round before Woods tees off but beats his disastrous Saturday score by 10

The Sport Matrix: Wednesday 10 April 2013

Woods confident of beating Nicklaus' Major record

Bubba Watson of the United States speaks to the media

The Masters 2013: Ian Poulter paired with defending champion Bubba Watson

The two have history from the Ryder Cup

Way back when: Nick Faldo sports the green jacket in 1996

The Masters: British hopefuls aim to pick their way past Tiger Woods

It is 17 years since Sir Nick Faldo last raised the flag of the Union at Augusta, 14 since a European triumph. There has been a Fijian, a Canadian, an Argentinian and a South African winner since Jose Maria Olazabal won the second of his green jackets in 1999, but those apart, golfers from the United States have turned the first major of the season into the parochial affair it always was before Severiano Ballesteros in 1980 ushered in a golden epoch for European golf.

Rory McIlroy fired three birdies in succession after a poor start

Masters 2013: Winning green jacket would 'mean everything' to Rory McIlroy

The world number two is out of form heading to Augusta

Rory McIlory is slowly finding his old form

Rory McIlroy back in the birdies in quest for Masters form

Rory heads for Texas with some rust still to shift as he bids to wrest No 1 back from Woods

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 28 March 2013

Ryder in critical condition after late-night attack

Tiger Woods’ hopes were delayed and will resume today after the final day of the Arnold Palmer Invitational was abandoned amid heavy storms

Tiger Woods' bid to return to world No 1 delayed by storms at Bay Hill

Woods leads by three with 16 holes to play

Nascar drivers Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr

The Last Word: Is it any wonder bionic sports stars gravitate towards one another?

Among all celebrities, it is the athlete who requires the shortest conceptual leap from stags measuring their prowess before the herd

Rory McIlroy blasts out of a sand trap at the 10th hole

Rory McIlroy the bogey man is rescued by
some birdies in Miami

World No 1’s 73 could have been worse as his troubles continue while Woods flourishes

Kevin Garside: Quitting in mid-round is no way for a sporting champion like Rory McIlroy to behave

Failure is not in the script for double major winners paid richly to conquer

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 28 February 2013

Benitez erupts after Chelsea set up United clash

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