Bryan Habana has been nominated reserve to compete in the Games after securing a late release from Toulon.
The Proteas are expected to field the same side for their second Sri Lanka Test as the one that won in Galle.
Cameron van der Burgh looks set to make a splash in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.
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Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic remained ahead of Spain's Rafael Nadal at the top of the men's tennis rankings.
Louis van Gaal has been told to carry on spending in his bid to make Manchester United great again.
Rory McIlroy is the new world number two after his British Open triumph at Royal Liverpool.
Gerry McIlroy was 100 000 pounds richer following his son Rory's two-stroke victory in the 143rd British Open.
Neymar says Brazil must realize it has fallen down the pecking order and needs to catch up to the likes of Germany.
India were on the brink of just their second Test win at Lord's having restricted England to 105-5 at stumps Sunday.
Bradley Wiggins will be the favourite to win his first ever Commonwealth Games gold medal.
"I thought if we lose the game, so be it, but at least let's give ourselves the best chance to win the game."
Injury-hit Graeme Smith won’t be returning to English county cricket next season.
Rory McIlroy joined an elite list of golfers when he won the British Open at Hoylake.
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