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3hGreg Garber

Garber: How things went from bad to worse for Rafael Nadal

Rafael Nadal lost a two-set lead and eventually the match to Fabio Fognini, a fitting end to the Spaniard's already poor Grand Slam season.

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16hPA Sport

England to start Stones, Shelvey, Vardy

John Stones, Jonjo Shelvey and Jamie Vardy will start England's Euro 2016 qualifier against San Marino on Saturday, manager Roy Hodgson has announced.

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Georgia 1-0 Scotland: Damaging defeat

Scotland fell to a 1-0 defeat in Georgia in Tbilisi after failing to hit the level of performances reached earlier in their Euro qualifying campaign.

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11hRichard Jolly

Fergie: Rooney turned down United twice

The United and England captain rejected two offers from Old Trafford before finally joining from Everton in 2004, says former manager Ferguson.

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18hNate Saunders

McLaren 'intends' to keep Button for 2016

Eric Boullier hints at contract extension for Jenson Button and says team is considering loaning junior drivers Kevin Magnussen and Stoffel Vandoorne to another team for 2016.

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Woodward hits out at two-hooker RWC squads

World Cup-winning coach calls for Stuart Lancaster to call for action over Wales and Australia's call to take two hookers to the tournament.

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3hMike Wise

Sports and racial identity

Mike Wise writes that Serena Williams has embraced her blackness and found a spiritual home while Tiger Woods has been proudly biracial and found a perhaps unintended kind of isolation.

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1dTom May

'England play not to lose'

"There are some concerns over how they are approaching the competition." - Tom May on England pre-RWC.

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19hBen Gladwell

Green cards for good behaviour in Serie B

In addition to the normal yellow and red cards, Serie B officials will carry a green card in an attempt to promote fair play and sporting gestures.

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21hPA Sport

Bayern turned down 'very high' Muller bid

Bayern president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says the club would have sold Muller if they had considered the bid based purely on the huge sums involved.

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Oliveira wins Stage 13 of Vuelta; Aru in lead

Nelson Oliveira of Portugal sped away to win the 13th stage of the Spanish Vuelta on Friday, while Fabio Aru kept his lead before the Grand Tour enters three straight days in the mountains.

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1dMark Rodden

Lloris happy at Spurs despite United talk

Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris has hinted that he would have been open to a move to Man United this summer but said he is happy at White Hart Lane.

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