No time for jokes for Sharapova

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Under-fire Australia coach McKenzie quits

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Glam girls ready for the big slam

WORLD'S FINEST: (From left) Caroline Wozniacki, Agniezska Radwanska, Petra Kvitova, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Simona Halep, Eugenie Bouchard and Ana Ivanovic are ready to do battle starting tomorrow.
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Cilic qualifies for ATP Finals

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Russian tennis head apologises for slur

STARS: Venus (above, left) and Serena (above, right) are two of the most illustrious names in women's tennis.
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Fraser ignores injury to lead

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Luiten Marches into Semis

Joost Luiten.
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Ronaldo nets twice in Real rout

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'Suarez is not fat'

Barca coach defends star

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Tampines beat Balestier to stay in title race

JUBILATION: Tampines Rovers (above) celebrate Shahdan Sulaiman's (centre) goal against Balestier Khalsa.

The last time Tampines Rovers and Balestier Khalsa met last month, Tampines were frustrated for long spells of the game before Balestier emerged victorious in a penalty shootout.

That was the Singapore Cup semi-final.

The Tigers might have defended admirably then, but last night, it was a different story.

At the Clementi Stadium, Balestier’s rearguard gave way to concerted pressure from the Stags, who won 3-1.

The  victory has given them a glimmer of hope in the title race. They are now one point behind leaders Warriors FC, and level on points with Brunei DPMM although they have played a game more than the Bruneian club.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 19.

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