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LIVE - Wimbledon CourtCast

Follow all the action as the women's quarter-finals take centre stage at SW19 after Novak Djokovic finally secured his place in the men's last-eight.

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Chelsea make Wembley rent offer

Chelsea are ready to pay £11m a year to use Wembley Stadium for three seasons if the planned Stamford Bridge expansion goes ahead, The Times reports.

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Spieth: I want McIlroy at the Open

Spieth claims world No.1's injury 'doesn't change anything' and he still faces uphill battle to win tournament.

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Fury lands world title shot against Klitschko

Unbeaten British fighter Tyson Fury has signed an 11th-hour deal to fight Wladimir Klitschko, with the bout set to take place in Dusseldorf.

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FIFA executive to appeal ban

FIFA's inspection team boss for the 2018-2022 World Cup bids will appeal against a 7-year ban after it was revealed he asked for favours from Qatar.

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Cech will need time to adapt - Lehmann

Jens Lehmann believes Petr Cech will bring a winning mentality to Arsenal but warned it will be tough to adapt after spending so long with Chelsea.

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De Gea back for Utd preseason

David De Gea has confirmed he is to begin preseason training at Man United on Monday amid persistent speculation that he is to join Real Madrid.

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Lloris should reject Man United - Domenech

Raymond Domenech has told Hugo Lloris to leave Tottenham for a bigger club -- but suggested a transfer to Manchester United would be a sideways move.

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Wiesberger wins Open de France

Austrian claims third European tour title after impressive final round of 65 amid blustery conditions in Paris.

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Conference combat
Tennis 

Nick Kyrgios is combative in his last press conference as he exits Wimbledon, Tomas Berdych is asked about winning a match he lost and a reporter reopens old wounds for Caroline Wozniacki at Wimbledon.

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covers watch

Just as soon as Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson step out on No.1 Court, they're off again with the covers set to come on...

SERENA TO MARCH ON?

The other women's quarterfinal on Tuesday sees Serena Williams face Victoria Azarenka. Can anyone stop the world No.1?

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SHARAPOVA BIDS FOR SEMI-FINALS

Maria Sharapova seems to have benefited from a longer break after an early French Open exit. She is bidding to reach the last four at Wimbledon and faces Coco Vandeweghe first up on Centre Court. Follow every point here:

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djokovic in danger

Novak Djokovic and Kevin Anderson are set to resume their fourth-round match at 1pm on No.1 Court, after play was suspended due to bad light last night. The score is currently tied at 6-7(6), 6-7(6), 6-1, 6-4, 0-0. Can the South African shock the world No.1?

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World Rugby @WorldRugby

DG of @wada_ama David Howman: "World Rugby is committed to allowing clean sport to prevail and the rights of clean athletes to be upheld"