Defending champions Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki booked their places in the third round of the men's and women's singles draws respectively on another intriguing day's play at the Australian Open in Melbourne . Elsewhere, defending women's champion Caroline Wozniacki eased past Johanna Larsson 6-1 6-3, with 17-time grand slam victor Rafael Nadal and five-time champ Maria Sharapova seeing action in the night session against Matt Ebden and Rebecca Peterson, respectively.
In four games to date, Gayle the tournament's record runs scorer has hit a total of 39 runs. On Wednesday, David Warner proved there's nothing he can't do with the bat in his hand. De Villiers, who surprisingly retired from global cricket previous year, hasn't played in any game since making a 52-ball 93 for Tshwane Spartans in South Africa's Mzansi League.
It's official-Tiger Woods will begin his 2019 season at the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, which begins January 24. "We couldn't be happier to have Tiger back in our field", said Peter Ripa, tournament director and Century Club of San Diego CEO.
The leg-spinner finished with career-best figures of 6/42 off his 10 overs as he tied the record set by former Indian paceman Ajit Agarkar. Earlier in the day, Indian skipper Virat Kohli won the toss and opted to bowl in the third and final clash of the series.
The four-time defending Copa champion has denied any wrongdoing for using youth player Juan "Chumi" Brandariz in last week's match in Valencia . Barcelona boss Ernest Valverde said: "There were never any doubts about [playing] Chumi , none".
Mr Sheridan added: "I've been a proud Liverpool supporter since I was a boy and have supported the club through thick and thin, so I'm absolutely thrilled to be off to the match on Saturday". "We have this team, if we can keep it together they're a good age group, in the middle of their development, so it's good news for Liverpool". "These 17, 18 players plus the really young boys, that's the squad of the future".