Federer eases past Albot into Swiss Indoors quarterfinals

4:36 PM ETAssociated PressRoger Federer eased to a 6-0, 6-3 win over 49th-ranked Radu Albot in the second round of the Swiss Indoors on Wednesday.The top-seeded Federer had to save two break points in the first set on his way to sweeping the first eight games of the match.Seeking a

Liverpool fields $500 million lineup against Genk

Welcome back! After a cracking night of Champions League action on Tuesday with 30 goals spread across the eight games, we get to to do it all again tonight. That sounds good doesn't it? After Kylian Mbappe and Raheem Sterling stole the show on Tuesday, it's over to a certain

Federer cruises through at Swiss Indoors as Evans bows out

Federer has failed to reach the Swiss Indoors final only once in the last 13 yearsLocal favourite Roger Federer eased into the quarter-finals of the Swiss Indoors with a 6-0 6-3 victory over Moldovan Radu Albot in Basel.The 38-year-old world number three, seeking to win the event for the

Who will be named model of the year?

Written by Emily Dixon, CNNThe British Fashion Council has announced the nominations for the 2019 Fashion Awards, with model Adut Akech and designer Daniel Lee of Bottega Veneta among those recognized.The awards recognize "exceptional individuals whose imagination and creativity has broken new ground in fashion" in the fashion industry, a

What you need to know about the Pentagon official testifying today

Bill Taylor testified behind closed doors on Tuesday. In his opening statement, the top US diplomat in Ukraine gave an account of his concern, beginning in August of this year, that the US relationship with Ukraine "was being fundamentally undermined by an irregular, informal channel of U.S. policy-making" led by President

Venice tourist holds worker hostage in currency exchange

(CNN) — In the last few months, the Venice authorities have had to deal with tourists swimming in the canals, headbutting gondoliers and brewing a pot of coffee by the Rialto Bridge (pictured above).And while peak visitor season may be dying down, bad tourist behavior is continuing to blight the