Roger Federer’s Deep Passion for the Laver Cup

He helped create it in 2017 and plans to stay involved after he retires. Roger Federer has always been a student of tennis. While still a teenager more than 20 years ago, Federer was interested in who the sport’s great historical figures were, what they won and how they styled their

The Challenges of Whistling Straits

Pete Dye designed the course, home to this year’s Ryder Cup, for all golfers, but threw in a few surprises for the professionals. Players come and go, but golf courses remain. The United States will try to wrest the Ryder Cup back from the Europeans this week, and standing between them

Olympics Power Broker Convicted in Forgery Case

Sheikh Ahmad al-Sabah of Kuwait faces possible jail time, pending an appeal. GENEVA — Ahmad al-Sabah, a Kuwaiti sheikh who for years has been one of the most influential power brokers in global sports, faces more than a year in prison after being convicted in a forgery case in Switzerland. Sheikh Ahmad

USMNT Faces El Salvador in World Cup Qualifying

Ahead of World Cup qualifying, a young team with a fresh attitude says it is unburdened by the failure of its predecessors to qualify for the tournament. SAN SALVADOR — As drama goes, at least by recent United States World Cup qualifying standards, the news rated a raised eyebrow, not a