Given the resurgence of Ferrari in 2018, the famously passionate tifosi at Monza could have been forgiven for approaching Sunday's Italian Grand Prix with great optimism for a first Scuderia win at the circuit since 2010. 

Alastair Cook will end his glittering international cricket career after the fifth Test between England and India. 

England will be without Alastair Cook for the first time in 160 Tests when they face Sri Lanka in November after he announced he is retiring from international cricket. 

After the 16th and final automatic Ryder Cup qualification spot went to Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen on Sunday, which men are in the frame to feature at Le Golf National as captain's picks? 

Alastair Cook announced he will retire from international cricket following the conclusion of the fifth and final Test against India at the Oval. 

Johnathan Thurston played his final NRL match on Saturday as the North Queensland Cowboys fought back to overcome the Gold Coast Titans 30-26. 

The numbers are striking: three Premier League titles, three EFL Cups, one FA Cup, £1.4billion spent. 

A decade on from Robinho's British-record arrival at Manchester City, the Premier League club have regularly made waves in the transfer market. 

It is 10 years since the Abu Dhabi United Group's stunning takeover of Manchester City drastically altered the future trajectory of the club and the Premier League. 

On Friday night in New York, Arthur Ashe Stadium was undoubtedly the place to be.

Forget the fact Serena Williams dropped just three games in beating her sister Venus to reach round four of the US Open. 

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is reportedly set to earn more money than any other NFL player in 2018 after agreeing a lucrative contract extension. 

The smiling 'special one' that was presented to the media as Chelsea's new manager in 2004 has become an unpredictable figure over the ensuing 14 years.

When Fernando Alonso attached the halo emoji to a pre-race tweet on Sunday, little did he know how much it would come to sum up his Belgian Grand Prix. 

Although he claims he only sees 10 per cent of the media coverage, Jose Mourinho will not need anyone to tell him he is under pressure.

A decade on from his previous US Open triumph, could 2018 be the year Roger Federer usurps Jimmy Connors and Pete Sampras as the event's most successful man in the Open era? 

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