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In Formula 1, Nico Hulkenberg reportedly sent a text to rival Felipe Massa after the collision at last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, apologising for the incident.
Massa and Hulkenberg made contact at Turn Three as Massa exited the pit-lane, with the latter being handed a three-place grid penalty.
"He wrote me an SMS to apologise, which was nice to be honest," Massa said, as per Sky Sports.
"I have no problem, we were fighting and maybe he was too optimistic to close the door like that. But it is nice to have the message."
Across to boxing and Wladimir Klitschko has vowed to give Tyson Fury ‘therapy’ in their upcoming heavyweight title clash.
In an entertaining press conference, the Ukrainian branded his opponent a clown, which Fury obviously didn’t take very well.
In rugby, it’s been confirmed that George Ford is to be replaced by Owen Farrell at fly-half when England take on Wales this weekend.
Ford played in England’s opening game against Fiji, but he will step down this time around as Stuart Lancaster attempts to tackle Wales’ back-line.
Lastly, Andy Murray is remaining positive ahead of Britain’s Davis Cup final showdown, with it having been announced that it will take place on clay.
The Scot tweeted that he was looking forward to it, though the general consensus is that he wanted it on a hard court.