Tennis, boxing correspondent for Guardian, Observer. War, Baby Jacobs Beach, Frank Bruno's Fighting Back, Break Point (on tennis). Ali book just out

Al Haymon - devil incarnate or accidental saviour of boxing? — If you thought Jeremy Corbyn divided opinion, take a look at Al Haymon, boxing's most famous mystery man. He might be the new Don King, he might be Father Christmas. Haymon collects fighters like writers collect quotes. However, unlike King, he is all but invisible.
Jul 28, 2015

Fascinating by @kevinmitchell50 on the rise of Al Haymon: boxing's devil incarnate or accidental saviour?…

Jul 28, 2015

RT @guardian: Al Haymon – devil incarnate or accidental saviour of boxing? | Kevin Mitchell via @guardian_sport

Andy Lee, Billy Joe Saunders agree title bout is big deal for Travellers — Andy "Irish" Lee is a travelling man in every sense, a proud member of his widespread roaming community and a fighter who has had to seek work in big and little towns all across the US and Europe, in near-empty halls and packed casinos, ballrooms and bars, in front of mugs and millionaires.

Andy Murray leads Great Britain to first Davis Cup semi-final since 1981 — Anyone oblivious to Andy Murray's contribution to British tennis probably was not at Queen's Club when yet again he carried Great Britain to victory, putting the 2014 finalists France out of the Davis Cup and Great Britain into their first semi-final since 1981.

Anthony Crolla ready for battle after winning fight of his life — Boxers lead a perilous enough existence as it is without members of the public endangering their health. So, although Anthony Crolla suffered a cracked skull and broken ankle when thieves - fleeing his neighbour's house in December - battered him with a concrete slab, it is impossible not to admire the Manchester fighter's sangfroid when he declared ahead of his world title challenge on Saturday night: "It was certainly the best shot I've ever taken."

Davis Cup: Andy Murray pulls GB level with France after James Ward defeat — The temptation to ask Andy Murray to back-up in the doubles on Saturday should prove irresistible for the team captain Leon Smith after Great Britain's best player - in either discipline - levelled the Davis Cup quarter-final against France at one apiece on day one at the Queen's Club in London.

Andy Murray in jovial mood before Davis Cup quarter-final against France — The French bring hauteur and history, the British downbeat confidence with a few laughs: that was the mood of the teams at Thursday's draw for their Davis Cup quarter-final at Queen's Club in London, which starts on Friday.

Great Britain Davis Cup team rely on Andy Murray and grass to beat France — France should start as favourites against Great Britain in the Davis Cup this weekend, but for two factors: Andy Murray and the Queen's Club grass on which they will play the quarter-final.

Carl Froch, the Cobra who just loved fighting — Carl Froch will not miss the physical and spiritual grind of his calling, nor the aggravation that comes with the deal-making and -breaking, the spats and feuds, that create as much rancour as money - although he was pretty good at that, too.

Novak Djokovic Targets US Open to Complete Year After Wimbledon Triumph — The good news for Novak Djokovic is that, at 28 and with nine majors to his name, he is getting better. The bad news for everyone else is that the newly minted Wimbledon champion says he might play on for as long as the 33-year-old Roger Federer, whom he beat over four sets of a tense and thoroughly absorbing final on Sunday.

Wimbledon 2015 review: the best and worst of this year’s tournament — Kevin Mitchell Novak Djokovic. Who else could it be? Nick Kyrgios was in the picture for a while, but blew up, in more ways than one. The Serb just keeps on keeping on. Kevin Mitchell Novak Djokovic. Who else could it be?
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Aug 01, 2015

RT @guardian: SCG the focal point on day of widespread support for Adam Goodes via @guardian_sport

Aug 01, 2015

@barneyronay @DeclanTaylor87 Love keepers who say "well left" after you've heaved mightily and missed

Aug 01, 2015

@barneyronay Much to be said for "the leave" - only early in an innings - as it sucks dry the potency of fast bowlers with the new ball

Aug 01, 2015

@RichardCarlsen @andreward @GGGBoxing @FloydMayweather The words "lot" and "ask" are appropriate for the highest paid athlete in the world

Aug 01, 2015

RT @jpublik: Corporatism in Action: Murdoch & Osborne secret meeting to stitch up BBC. Chris Bryant letter… http://t…

Jul 31, 2015

.@andreward willing to come down to fight .@GGGBoxing but .@FloydMayweather not willing to come up to do so. As the Americans say, go figure

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