SHARAPOVA CUTS HER COMEBACK SHORT
WUHAN, China — Playing her first match in nearly three months, Maria Sharapova retired with an arm injury Monday in the third set of her opening match at the Wuhan Open. The third-ranked Sharapova called for a trainer to look at her left forearm after the first game of the final set. She played two more games before telling the chair umpire she could not continue. Sharapova was leading Barbora Strycova 7-6 (7-1), 6-7 (7-4), 2-1 when she decided to stop. Sharapova missed the entire hard-court season, including the U.S. Open, with a leg injury.
LISICKI OUT: Sabine Lisicki said she will sit out the rest of the season to heal a knee injury.
Blatter still defiant
Sepp Blatter told his staff he has done "nothing illegal or improper" and has no immediate plans to step down, the FIFA president's legal team said.
PREMIER LEAGUE: Romelu Lukaku scored two goals and set up one against his former club as Everton rallied from two down to beat West Bromwich Albion 3-2.
WNBA: Foul incorrect
A last-second foul that sent Maya Moore to the line for the winning free throw in the Western Conference final Sunday should never have been called, the WNBA said.
Driver back from crash
IndyCar driver James Hinchcliffe was on a track for the first time since suffering serious injuries in a crash during practice for the Indianapolis 500 on May 18. Hinchcliffe, 28, participated in round two of testing at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis.