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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Johanna Konta wins in Connecticut Open first round against Laura SiegemundJohanna Konta wins in Connecticut Open first round against Laura Siegemund

Johanna Konta continues her preparation for next week's US Open with a first-round win over Germany's Laura Siegemund at the Connecticut Open.

World number one Halep pulls out of final US Open warm-upWorld number one Halep pulls out of final US Open warm-up

World number one Simona Halep withdraws from her final tournament before the US Open because of an Achilles injury.

US Open build-up: Murray set for Grand Slam comebackUS Open build-up: Murray set for Grand Slam comeback

Andy Murray is set to make his Grand Slam return at the US Open, where Novak Djokovic is the man to beat and Serena Williams continues her comeback.

Djokovic beats Federer to complete career 'Golden Masters'Djokovic beats Federer to complete career 'Golden Masters'

Novak Djokovic completes a career 'Golden Masters' with victory over Roger Federer in the final in Cincinnati.

BBC Rugby News

Chris Ashton: Sale Sharks winger to face disciplinary panel on ThursdayChris Ashton: Sale Sharks winger to face disciplinary panel on Thursday

England and Sale Sharks winger Chris Ashton is to face a disciplinary panel on Thursday after he was shown a red card in a pre-season friendly.

Cipriani fined £2,000 by Gloucester over nightclub incidentCipriani fined £2,000 by Gloucester over nightclub incident

England fly-half Danny Cipriani is fined £2,000 by his club Gloucester over a nightclub incident in Jersey.

Cardiff 'makes sense' as Pro14 final location - Martin AnayiCardiff 'makes sense' as Pro14 final location - Martin Anayi

Pro14 chief executive officer Martin Anayi says that he would like to see the final being held in Cardiff .

Ealing promotion would be a concern - Premiership bossEaling promotion would be a concern - Premiership boss

The prospect of Ealing Trailfinders being promoted to the Premiership is cause for concern, says English clubs' boss Mark McCafferty.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Man Utd back Mourinho and deny Zidane interestMan Utd back Mourinho and deny Zidane interest

Manager Jose Mourinho retains the full backing of Manchester United's board and the club are not considering Zinedine Zidane as a replacement.

I couldn't care less about title talk, says Klopp after win at PalaceI couldn't care less about title talk, says Klopp after win at Palace

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he is "not interested in sending a statement" after beating hard-working Crystal Palace.

Man Utd: Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola criticises Paul ScholesMan Utd: Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola criticises Paul Scholes

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba's agent hits back at Paul Scholes after the former player criticised his client's form.

Man City keeper Bravo ruptures Achilles tendonMan City keeper Bravo ruptures Achilles tendon

Manchester City's Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo suffers a ruptured Achilles tendon in training on Monday.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Bairstow 'hopeful' of being able to bat despite broken fingerBairstow 'hopeful' of being able to bat despite broken finger

Jonny Bairstow is "hopeful" of batting in England's second innings of the third Test against India, despite suffering a fractured finger.

Kohli's ton leaves England facing battle to avoid defeatKohli's ton leaves England facing battle to avoid defeat

England face a huge challenge to save the third Test after a century from India captain Virat Kohli on day three at Trent Bridge.

Virat Kohli the best in the world, says Michael VaughanVirat Kohli the best in the world, says Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan and Paul Farbrace declare Virat Kohli the world's best batsman after the India captain makes 103 against England at Trent Bridge.

Watch: Jonathan Agnew reads email about Test Match Special fan's last hoursWatch: Jonathan Agnew reads email about Test Match Special fan's last hours

Test Match Special's Jonathan Agnew reads out a letter about how a fan of the programme spent the final hours of his life listening to its coverage of England v India.

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