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3hAlex Perry at Wentworth

McIlroy's Wentworth woes return

3hAlex Perry at Wentworth

McIlroy's Wentworth woes return

World No.1 slumps to a six-over 78 in the second round to miss the cut in his defence of the BMW PGA Championship.

5hMiguel Delaney and ESPN staff

Jose: 'Campaign' not a nice word

Jose Mourinho suggested he may have gone too far in claiming there was a "campaign" against Chelsea this season.

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3hESPN Staff

Murray: 'Stupid' to write off Nadal in Paris

British No.1 says Spaniard's French Open record speaks for itself - but believes Novak Djokovic will be the man to beat at Roland Garros.

7hESPN staff

City lead Sterling race - sources

Manchester City are considered to be favourites to secure a summer transfer for Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling, according to reports.


LIVE - Crowne Plaza Invitational

Keep up to date with the latest from an overcast Colonial as late starters Ian Poulter and Jordan Spieth hope to avoid the threat of rain.

9hSimon Barnes

Barnes: Is the Prem really worth it?

The riches of the Premier League only continue to grow, but Simon Barnes asks: Is the glory of reaching England's top-flight truly worth it?


Rooney fit for Hull, De Gea doubtful

Rooney, who is United's 14-goal top scorer this season, missed the Arsenal game after suffering a dead leg in the 2-1 win at Crystal Palace on May 9.

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1dESPN Staff

Groves gets third shot at world title

Brit will travel to United States to fight Badou Jack for WBC strap after Sauerland and Mayweather Promotions agree deal.


Rosicky agrees new Arsenal deal

Rosicky, 34, has been on the fringes of the Gunners squad this season, making only five starts in the Premier League.

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10hESPN Staff

Wenger sends DeGale good luck letter

"Your hard work, great spirit and determination has you in good stead and you must never underestimate or lose sight of your achievements so far."

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23hESPN Staff

Anderson crowned Premier League champion

PDC world champion beats world No.1 Michael van Gerwen in front of 12,000-sellout crowd at London's O2 Arena.