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LIVE - Wimbledon CourtCast

Follow every point of the Championships live from the All England Club, with British No.1 Andy Murray in action on Centre Court.

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3hESPN 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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1hKevin 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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Farah warned over Salazar relationship

Kara Goucher, who split with Alberto Salazar in 2011, has warned Mo Farah working with the coach could tarnish his reputation.

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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.

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22hNate Saunders

Verstappen: F1 more important to me than girls

Says 'My career is more important than girls' in joint interview with Bernie Ecclestone, who he would rather go to dinner with than a gorgeous woman.


Murray leads the way

ESPN's Mark Donaldson looks at the six British players in action on Tuesday after Liam Broady's heroics in the first round on Monday.


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.

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

Will rafa roar?

Rafael Nadal has had a tough time of late but, as the No.10 seed prepares to face Thomaz Bellucci now, here he is talking about work on his serve, his health - and his expectations.


Edmund in trouble

Kyle Edmund has had a bit of a rough time of it against Alexandr Dolgopolov so far and really needs a Liam Broady-style fightback to stay in the Championships. He's two sets down, 7-6 6-1.

It's getting hot out here

Darren Cahill, Chris Evert and Patrick McEnroe discuss what kind of player benefits from the extreme heat as temperatures rise in London.


Calm and collected

Andy Murray talks about his preparation for Wimbledon and how entering the tournament having already won has left him more relaxed.


Big day for Britain

It's not just Andy Murray in action today at Wimbledon for the home nation, Kyle Edmund (who's a set down against Alexandr Dolgopolov already), James Ward, Brydan Klein, Aljaz Bedene (below), Naomi Broady and Laura Robson are all due on the manicured courts, too.

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Looking good, Andy!

Britain's big hope for Wimbledon is in decent shape as he warms up for his first match at the Championships this year, against Mikhail Kukushkin on Centre Court later today.

Rested and ready

Roger Federer discusses how much better he feels with the extra week between the French Open and Wimbledon.


drop the drop shot

Andy Murray must avoid unnecessary risks to regain the Wimbledon title, says Greg Rusedski. "I don’t see the drop-shot being effective against the best players, the ones that he needs to overcome to lift this title," Rusedski wrote in his Daily Telegraph column.

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