Free Press Journal
  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Neymar hits back at World Cup critics

    Saint Petersburg: Neymar rounded on his critics and defended his emotional reaction to scoring in Brazil’s 2-0 World Cup win over Costa Rica after he broke down in tears at the final whistle.

  • Novak Djokovic eases into Queen’s Club semi-finals

    London: Serbia’s Novak Djokovic has advanced to the semi-finals of the Queen’s Club Championships with a routine 7-5, 6-1 victory over Frenchman Adrian Mannarino. It is just the second semi-final berth at Queen’s Club for the 12-time Grand Slam champion, who is playing this Wimbledon tune-up event for only the fourth time in his career.

  • Rafael Nadal confident ahead of Wimbledon

    Madrid: Spanish tennis great Rafael Nadal has said he was feeling confident after five days of pre-Wimbledon practice on grass at Santa Ponça Tennis Club, where WTA Tour’s Mallorca Open is being held.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Nigeria beats Iceland by 2-0

    Volgograd: Ahmed Musa struck twice to become the first Nigerian to score at two World Cups Friday as the Super Eagles secured a crucial 2-0 win over Iceland, who missed a penalty. The African side will secure a spot in the knockout stage if they beat Argentina on Tuesday in Group D’s final round of fixtures.

  • Wary of hacks, teams get serious on cybersecurity

    Bronnits : Fearful of data breaches and keen to avoid embarrassing images surfacing in the home of ‘kompromat’, several teams at the World Cup in Russia have enforced rigid guidelines to shield their players from hacks.

  • Can Forsberg hurt Germans?

    In-form Sweden striker Emil may shock struggling defending champions .

  • The Eagles stand between Belgium and knockout berth

    Moscow : Belgium take on Tunisia on Saturday with their eyes set on the knockout round of the World Cup but fearful that star forward Eden Hazard is set for another bruising encounter.