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1hKevin Palmer

Rojo: Di Maria like Messi and Ron

Marcos Rojo is convinced that Di Maria is still capable of matching the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of the world's top stars

2hRichard Jolly

Roma want Man City striker Dzeko

Roma view Man City striker Edin Dzeko as an ideal signing but believe it will be difficult to complete a deal for him, Walter Sabatini has said.

43mMike Whalley

Liverpool want to sign Allan - sources

Liverpool are in discussions to sign Brazilian teenage midfielder Allan Rodrigues de Souza from Internacional, sources have told ESPN FC.

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16hESPN Staff

McDowell needs to 'clear his mind' after 78

Former U.S. Open champion fails to recover from early start as second-round 78 leaves hat-trick bid at Open de France in tatters.

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15hGabriele Marcotti

Marcotti: Messi's moment in Copa final

If Lionel Messi wins the Copa America with Argentina against Chile, he will significantly enhance his status as one of the all-time greats. However, standing in his way is a host nation with a superb coach, writes Gab Marcotti.

3hESPN staff

Luis Enrique requested Turan - Bartomeu

Barcelona boss Luis Enrique asked the club to sign Arda Turan from Atletico Madrid, presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu has said.

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19hDaniel Brettig

Faulkner to face drink-driving charge

World Cup-winning Australia allrounder has been charged with drink driving during his English summer stint for Lancashire and will also face a Cricket Australia code of conduct charge.



Flying the flag for Britain at the moment are Finn Bass in the Boys' Singles on Court 11 and Ali Collins in the Girls' Singles on Court 6. Follow all the action with CourtCast

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Roger Federer is quietly going about his business at the All England Club, and Samuel Groth is the next man in his path. They're first up on Centre Court - check out our video preview of Day Six

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This is the fourth year in succession that Rafael Nadal has lost at Wimbledon to an opponent ranked outside the top 100, and all of the previous three - Lukas Rosol in 2012, Steve Darcis in 2013 and Nick Kyrgios last summer - have subsequently lost their next match. Can Dustin Brown break the cycle? He's first up on Court No.3 against Viktor Troicki at 11.30

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'I could beat her next time'

Heather Watson expects better for the future after pushing Serena Williams all the way on Centre Court. "I wouldn't call losing my greatest day... [but] I have learned that I can compete against the best in the world. I need to use this to motivate myself in the future," she says.

aim for the stars

"She can go beyond the top 20 she is playing really well and she should set her goals her higher because she is so good," Serena Williams tells Heather Watson.

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Murray's ****** proud of Heather

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Novak Djokovic makes short work of Bernard Tomic and it's Serena Williams against Heather Watson up next on Centre Court. What's the betting the British woman is nervous? Andy Murray, at least has got some tips for her.


loud and proud

Nick Kyrgios shouted loudest and hit the hardest in a booming battle against Milos Raonic, getting a code violation for bouncing his racket but securing a four-set victory in the third round. It's Gasquet next for the big-serving Australian.

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Ward can't shake it off

Andy Murray claims fellow Briton James Ward, a training partner in Miami last December, has a Taylor Swift obsession. "His musical taste was interesting," Murray told the BBC. "I don't mind Taylor Swift but that was all he was playing. It's probably not something he would let people know he listens to."

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