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LIVE - Wimbledon CourtCast

Follow every point from SW19, with Liam Broady and Heather Watson leading the British challenge while the world's best in Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams take to the court.

16hPeter O'Rourke

Chelsea up Begovic bid to £8m

Chelsea have reportedly raised their initial offer to Stoke City for goalkeeper Asmir Begovic from six to eight million pounds.

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3hESPN Staff

Farah: I am 100 percent clean

Double Olympic champion says doping allegations surrounding coach Alberto Salazar is "killing my family" - but will walk away should any claims be proven.

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3hMark Hodgkinson at Wimbledon

Wimbledon Diary: Serena has work to do to better Sterry

From the cycling enthusiast who puts Serena Williams to shame to a bemused Goran Ivanisevic, Mark Hodgkinson has all the inside info at SW19 in his Wimbledon Diary.

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1dKevin 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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3hGeorge Dobell

'I don't need sledging now' - Anderson

Ahead of what is likely to be another heated Ashes series, James Anderson says he has cooled his own fiery approach.

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1dESPN 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.


That's sexist!

John McEnroe, Chris Evert and Brad Gilbert discuss the heat rule of the women's tour and why the men's tour doesn't have one. Gilbert and McEnroe say it's not fair on the guys.


Broady bows out

John Lloyd claims it is a great learning experience for Liam Broady but the man with the popular beard might not feel like admitting that just yet. He's just gone out to 16th-seed David Goffin in straight sets, 7-6(3), 6-1, 6-1.

slow start

Novak Djokovic is back but has been a bit slow starting on Centre Court, losing the first two games to Jarkko Nieminen. Find out how he responds

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in real pain

"It was hurting just walking and running," says Kei Nishikori after pulling out of Wimbledon with a calf injury before his second-round match against Santiago Giraldo. "During the first match I hurt it pretty bad. I don't know how I came through."

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Wimbledon @Wimbledon

World No. 5 Kei Nishikori has withdrawn from The Championships with a left calf injury. Santiago Giraldo will receive a walkover #Wimbledon

Will the beard fight back?

Liam Broady's beard has got a lot of people talking around Wimbledon but he might need a repeat of his first-round heroics against David Goffin after losing the first set. Follow his match here

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Djokovic is no cheat

Darren Cahill provides his perspective on coach Boris Becker's interactions with Novak Djokovic on court and believes there is nothing suspect going on.


It's only a drill

Wimbledon officials wouldn't say whether there was any connection to today possibly being Britain's hottest of the year, but the All England Club has held a fire drill on Court One this morning with a full evacuation of the area.

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Rafa's coach/Uncle Toni on whether they would consider coaching change: No because I’m the coach and it’s expensive and it’s good for him."

Who can handle the heat?

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga say the conditions at Wimbledon on Day 2 were perfect for playing tennis, but Andy Murray disagrees.



Thomas Muller on reported Man Utd links: "I feel fine at Bayern and my contract runs until 2019. There is nothing more to say."


Soaring temperatures at Wimbledon ... so Caroline Wozniacki was out early doors serving coffee to eager queuers... Stick the kettle on, Caroline! Milk and two sugars please...

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