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Highlights: Robson bt V Williams (6-3 6-2)

It was a second big scalp in as many tournaments for British number one Laura Robson.

(01:58) | May 14, 2013



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Simon through after Bautista-Agut injury

Tennis Video: Gilles Simon progressed to the second round of the Japan Open after Roberto Bautista Agut retired hurt in the deciding set.

(01:11) | Sep 30, 2014

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Halep finds some form

Tennis Video: Simona Halep enduring a challenging second round encounter at the China Open, eventually prevailing over local favourite Zhu Lin.

(01:00) | Sep 30, 2014

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Sharapova eases into third round

Tennis Video: Maria Sharapova cruised into the third round of the China Open in Beijing beating Elina Svitolina in straight sets.

(00:59) | Sep 30, 2014

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FC Basel prepare to welcome Liverpool

Champions League: Swiss champions and current league leaders FC Basel train at their St. Jakob-Park ground on the eve of the Champions League Group B clash with England's Liverpool.

(01:06) | Sep 30, 2014

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Arsenal prepare for Galatasaray clash

Champions League: Arsenal were back on the training pitch on Tuesday ahead of their Champions League game against Galatasaray at the Emirates.

(01:16) | Sep 30, 2014

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Silva happy with Mourinho compliments

Champions League: Sporting Lisbon head coach Marco Silva admits that he was proud of the compliment Jose Mourinho made about his team ahead of their Champions League tie.

(02:01) | Sep 30, 2014

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Cole holding no grudges

Champions League: Ashley Cole says he bears no grudges to his former team Chelsea, as he prepares to face Manchester City with new club Roma.

(02:03) | Sep 30, 2014

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Hughes: An important victory

Premier League: Mark Hughes admitted he was delighted to pick up three points with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle.

(01:15) | Sep 30, 2014

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Mickelson attacked for Watson criticism

Golf Video: Phil Mickelson has openly questioned US Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson's leadership following their defeat to Europe at Gleneagles.

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