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LIVE - Wimbledon

Follow all the action from the All England Club, with Maria Sharapova, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams among those in action on day five.

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2hLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg leads Ferraris as Hamilton struggles in FP2

German tops second session as Hamilton chases set-up at Silverstone, while Ferrari suggests it can take the fight to Mercedes in qualifying for the British Grand Prix.

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UEFA lifts City, PSG FFP restrictions

Man City and PSG have had their restrictions on transfer spending and Champions League squad size lifted after meeting their FFP target.

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LIVE - Open de France leaderboard

Follow all the action from the second round at Le Golf National as players push to qualify for the Open Championship at St Andrews.

9hIan Holyman

Anelka named Mumbai City player-coach

Former Chelsea and Liverpool striker Nicolas Anelka has been named player-manager of Indian Super League club Mumbai City.

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Aussie football coach killed in home, son arrested

The Australian Football League was in shock Friday after Adelaide Crows coach Phil Walsh was stabbed to death at his home. His 26-year-old son was arrested and later charged with murder.

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Faulkner to face drink-driving charge

World Cup-winning Australia allrounder has been charged with drink driving during his English summer stint for Lancashire and will also face a Cricket Australia code of conduct charge.

5hJens Weber

Podolski is leaving Arsenal - agent

Podolski's agent says that the Galatasaray target is leaving the Gunners after Arsene Wenger could not guarantee the forward a starting role.

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Yoga aids Crolla's remarkable quest for world title

British fighter reveals training regime that has set him up for a world title fight just seven months after suffering a fractured skull as he confronted burglars.


lucky heather?

Novak Djokovic makes short work of Bernard Tomic and it's Serena Williams against Heather Watson up next on Centre Court. What's the betting the British woman is nervous? Andy Murray, at least has got some tips for her.


loud and proud

Nick Kyrgios shouted loudest and hit the hardest in a booming battle against Milos Raonic, getting a code violation for bouncing his racket but securing a four-set victory in the third round. It's Gasquet next for the big-serving Australian.

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Ward can't shake it off

Andy Murray claims fellow Briton James Ward, a training partner in Miami last December, has a Taylor Swift obsession. "His musical taste was interesting," Murray told the BBC. "I don't mind Taylor Swift but that was all he was playing. It's probably not something he would let people know he listens to."

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The morning after the night before

Dustin Brown is moving on from his famous defeat of Rafael Nadal already, preparing for his third-round match against Viktor Troicki instead of revelling in the glory.

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lovebird in trouble

Grigor Dimitrov, the partner of Maria Sharapova, needs to get his tennis heart pumping after losing the first set of his third-round clash with Richard Gasquet 6-3. He's jeopardising a repeat of the Evert-Connors Lovebird Double!

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Are things about to get quieter?

Nick Kyrgios, who has seemed to court controversy with almost every step at Wimbledon this year, loses the first set to Milos Raonic on Court 2, 7-5. Can he fight back?

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Minute's silence

Play on Wimbledon's outside courts is starting at 12.15pm today, 45 minutes later than usual, as the All England Club joins the national minute's silence at noon in memory of the victims of the Tunisia attack. "What happened over there was absolutely tragic, shocking," says Andy Murray. "It's absolutely horrific."