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LIVE - Wimbledon CourtCast

Follow every point of the Championships live from the All England Club, as British No.1 Andy Murray begins his quest for a second title.

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8hESPN Staff

Racing legend Kauto Star put down

Two-time Cheltenham Gold Cup winner suffered complex injuries after fall and would not have been able to walk.

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5hKevin Palmer

Chelsea could vacate Bridge for 3 years

Premier League champions Chelsea may be forced to leave their Stamford Bridge home for three seasons while it undergoes a radical redevelopment.

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1dAlan Gardner and Tom Kingham

Wood fires up England attack - Jones

Simon Jones has identified Durham fast bowler Mark Wood as one of England's "danger men" as they attempt to regain the Ashes this summer.

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2dMark Hodgkinson

Murray protege Kokkinakis relishing Wimbledon bow

Australian teenager tells Mark Hodgkinson about the perks of practising with the British No.1 - and his plans to help restore Australia as a tennis super-power.

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2dGeorge Dobell

Broad senses Ashes opportunity

England in buoyant mood ahead of Australia showdown after positive one-day and T20 series against New Zealand.


Hot to trot

"Glad to be through on a hot day," says Andy Murray. He had a few worrying moments in the second set but overcame 41C heat on Centre Court to progress to round two at Wimbledon with a 6-4, 7-6(3), 6-4 win against Kukushkin.

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Germany the World Cup favorite
Women's World Cup 

According to FiveThirtyEight, the winner of the Germany-U.S. Women's World Cup semifinal is the leader to win the title.

Women's World Cup 

Murray doubts

It's not going all Andy Murray's way in the first round at Wimbledon. He's in a tiebreak with Mikhail Kukushkin on Centre Court after winning the first set. Follow the action here

Federer at his best

With record after record, Roger Federer's history at the All England Club is unparalleled, but what are his top 10 matches at Wimbledon? Greg Garber has the answers

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Looking like a contender?

Darren Cahill, Pam Shriver and Mary Joe Fernandez discuss Rafael Nadal's straight-sets victory over Thomaz Bellucci to advance to the second round.


Feeling good

Rafael Nadal admits his confidence is up after his first-round 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 win against Thomaz Bellucci, saying. "It was a positive victory without any doubt. [My confidence is] a little bit more than a few months ago. I've been playing much more solid."

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"Following yesterday's match, I feel it would be best for me to concentrate on singles here." #Serena on withdrawal from doubles w/Venus

Sorry for being so good!

Petra Kvitova talks about her 6-1 6-0 win over Kiki Bertens in the first round at Wimbledon and having to apologise to her parents who came out and only saw her play for 35 minutes.


Having a laugh

Andy Murray and his coaching team look in good spirits as they share a joke with Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis on the practice courts at Wimbledon.

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aussie rules

Nick Kyrgios has a bit of fun before practice at Aorangi and shows off his sidestep.

Another one bites the dust

Briton Brydan Klein has gone the same way as Kyle Edmund, unfortunately. He lost 6-3 6-2 6-2 to the 25th seed, Andreas Seppi. Is the pressure building on Andy Murray to keep the home flag flying already?

Brit down

Kyle Edmund couldn't manage a fightback and will be disappointed to have gone out with a whimper, despite the strength of his opponent. He lost to Alexandr Dolgopolov 7-6(4) 6-1 6-2.

Melissa Isaacson @mkisaacson

Stereo grunting Tues. morning at Wimbledon as Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka practice at the same time about 50 yards apart.