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Djokovic forces fifth set as play suspended

Seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer, 2013 champ Andy Murray and French Open winner Stan Wawrinka are back in the Wimbledon quarters. Will Novak Djokovic join them?

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McIlroy ruptures ankle ligaments

World No.1 unlikely to defend his Open Championship title at St Andrews and could be out for several months.

20hAdriana Garcia

De Gea back for Utd preseason

David De Gea has confirmed he is to begin preseason training at Man United on Monday amid persistent speculation that he is to join Real Madrid.

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Cech will need time to adapt - Lehmann

Jens Lehmann believes Petr Cech will bring a winning mentality to Arsenal but warned it will be tough to adapt after spending so long with Chelsea.

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12hNick Parkinson

Fury lands world title shot against Klitschko

Unbeaten British fighter Tyson Fury has signed an 11th-hour deal to fight Wladimir Klitschko, with the bout set to take place in Dusseldorf.

23hRichard Jolly

Lloris should reject Man United - Domenech

Raymond Domenech has told Hugo Lloris to leave Tottenham for a bigger club -- but suggested a transfer to Manchester United would be a sideways move.

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20hESPN Staff

Wiesberger wins Open de France

Austrian claims third European tour title after impressive final round of 65 amid blustery conditions in Paris.

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Nasri denies Arsenal talk

Samir Nasri has strongly rejected a report claiming he asked to return to Arsenal, insisting he wants to stay at Manchester City.

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21hSimon Barnes

Ten years after

The memories of the 2005 Ashes are still heady - and memories are all that matter, writes Simon Barnes.


smooth operator

Novak Djokovic may be having a tough time but Roger Federer is progressing with his normal calm. Here's what he had to say about defeating Roberto Bautista Agut to advance to the quarterfinals.


Murray braced against injury

Andy Murray says Rory McIlroy didn't make a mistake by indulging in the kickaround which injured him, but the tennis player takes precautions. "It was surprising [when] I saw he was in a walking boot," said Murray. "Maybe he'll regret playing... [but] we're at an age where it's fun. I sometimes play football. I always play with ankle braces in case something happens."

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Murray helping Murray

Andy Murray is facing Vasek Pospisil in the quarterfinals and brother Jamie is doing his best to ensure the Canadian is tired.

Stan's the man

He might not be the player everyone is talking about in the men's draw at Wimbledon, but Stan Wawrinka is making steady progress and was happy to talk about his fourth-round win over David Goffin.


Separating the sisters

Chris Evert and Chris Fowler analyse Serena Williams' straight-sets win over her sister Venus in the round of 16 at Wimbledon.



Madison Keys talks about being one of three American women to reach the quarterfinals at Wimbledon with Serena Williams and Coco Vandeweghe.


on a roll

Maria Sharapova hasn't dropped a set yet at this Wimbledon. She discusses how she kept that record going in her fourth-round win over Zarina Diyas today.


Murray or McIlroy?

European golf's glitterati were due in the Royal Box on Wimbledon's Centre Court today, with Ian Poulter getting company from Lee Westwood, Sam Torrance, Jamie Donladson, Miguel Angel Jimenez and Paul McGinley on the invite list. Andy Murray is the main act now, but would his performance or Rory McIlroy's injury dominate discussion during the breaks?

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Sibling supremacy

Serena Williams talks about defeating her sister Venus in the round of 16 at Wimbledon, improving her record to 15-11 overall against Venus.



In the all-Williams battle on Centre Court, it's Serena who captures the opening set 6-4. Can Venus bounce back? Follow every point on CourtCast

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