<strong>Cavendish keeps green jersey</strong><br />CYCLING: Britain&rsquo;s Mark Cavendish retained the top sprinter&rsquo;s green jersey after Nicki Sorensen won yesterday&rsquo;s 12th stage of the Tour de France.<br />Saxo Bank rider Sorensen claimed his maiden stage win in his 10th year as a professional, while overall leader Rinaldo Nocentini kept hold of the yellow jersey after finishing in the peloton.<br /><br />Astana pair Alberto Contador and Lance Armstrong remain six and eight seconds behind respectively.<br /><br /><strong>Hatton has virus but is &ldquo;alright&rdquo;</strong><br />BOXING: Former world champion Ricky Hatton is recovering in hospital after being diagnosed with a gastric virus.<br /><br />Hatton, 30, sparked fears when he was rushed to Manchester&rsquo;s Tameside General Hospital on Wednesday after experiencing stomach cramps at home.<br /><br />But his father Ray said: &ldquo;It was thought at first he had swine flu but it seems he&rsquo;s caught some kind of gastric bug. The phone has been going crazy with fans worried about him. I just want to say: he&rsquo;s alright.&rdquo;<br /><br /><strong>Injured Vidic out of Utd friendly</strong><br />FOOTBALL: Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic will miss tomorrow&rsquo;s opening match of their tour of Asia, against a Malaysian XI in Kuala Lumpur.<br /><br />Vidic, who is thought to be suffering from an ankle injury, was not part of the 22-man squad that flew out yesterday.<br /><br />But England striker Michael Owen and fellow new signings Antonio Valencia and Gabriel Obertan travelled and could make their debuts in the friendly.<br /><br /><strong>Todt ready to succeed Mosley</strong><br />FORMULA ONE: Former Ferrari team boss Jean Todt has confirmed he will stand for the presidency of motorsport&rsquo;s governing body, the FIA, in October.<br /><br />Todt, who is the preferred candidate of current president Max Mosley, will contest the election with Finnish former rally champion Ari Vatanen.<br /><br />The Frenchman, 63, said: &ldquo;It is my intention to continue and expand the outstanding work of President Mosley.&rdquo;