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Federer edges Nadal in five-set thriller Down Under

Roger Federer won his first Grand Slam title in five years, rallying from a deficit in the fifth set to overtake Rafael Nadal in a five-set classic at the Australian Open to earn the 18th slam victory of his career.

Sounders sign teenage Cameroonian defender Nouhou Tolo

Cameroonian defender Nouhou Tolo signed a contract with the Sounders on Thursday morning and was out practicing with the squad in Tukwila a couple of hours later. Tolo spent last season with Sounders FC2 and is a candidate to back up left back Joevin Jones this coming season now that Dylan Remick has moved on to Houston.

Steelers WR Bryant applies for reinstatement

NEW YORK — Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant has applied for reinstatement after being suspended the entire 2016 season for violations of the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, according to reports Saturday.

Kanter undergoes surgery on broken wrist

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City Thunder center Enes Kanter underwent surgery Friday to repair the fractured right forearm he suffered the night before after punching a chair on the bench.

Serena sinks Venus in Aussie Open final to win magic 23rd slam

MELBOURNE — Serena Williams reigned supreme in tennis's great sibling rivalry, edging an emotion-charged clash with sister Venus to claim her seventh Australian Open on Saturday and a record 23rd grand slam title in the professional era.

Venus, Serena to do battle for title

MELBOURNE, Australia — Serena and Venus Williams swept through their last-four matches at the Australian Open on Thursday, setting up a retro family final that will be their ninth meeting in a grand slam title decider.

Knicks’ Melo-for-Love offer knocked back

NEW YORK — The Knicks have been unsuccessful in their attempts to engage the Cavaliers in Carmelo Anthony-for-Kevin Love trade talks in advance of the league's Feb. 23 trade deadline, sources have learned.

De La Hoya arrested for suspected DUI in California

PASADENA, Calif. — Oscar De La Hoya, the International Boxing Hall of Famer and CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence early Wednesday in Pasadena, California.

Rockies reach deal with closer Holland

DENVER — The Colorado Rockies agreed to a one-year deal with two-time All-Star reliever Greg Holland, according to multiple reports Wednesday.

Penguins’ Malkin to miss All-Star Game

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin has been ruled out of Thursday's contest against the Boston Bruins as well as the upcoming NHL All-Star Game.

Smart apologizes to Celtics after outburst

BOSTON — Celtics coach Brad Stevens said Marcus Smart apologized to his teammates and coaches in the locker room following his bench outburst during the fourth quarter of Tuesday's loss to the Washington Wizards.

Sherman says potential injury penalty is just ‘foolishness’

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman told ESPN Wednesday morning that a proposed penalty for the team for not disclosing his late-season knee injury is "foolishness" and that he thinks the NFL is being "a little too hard on our team for no reason."

Walsh dies at 76

SEATTLE — Bob Walsh, the Seattle SuperSonics front office executive who brought big-time sporting events to Seattle, including the 1990 Goodwill Games, has died.

Brady, Pats rout Steelers for another AFC title

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The song, "One More Time," by Daft Punk, blared over the stadium system. Martellus Bennett, borrowing a pair of pompoms from a cheerleader, led the women in dance. Rob Gronkowski, in street clothes because of his injured back, celebrated with his teammates.

Ryan, Jones lead Falcons to rout of Packers

ATLANTA — When the Atlanta Falcons earned their only other Super Bowl berth, the NFC Championship Game victory was in Minnesota. This time, their home fans got to help celebrate, and it was quite a way to close down the Georgia Dome.