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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

England's Ashton to face disciplinary panel after red cardEngland's Ashton to face disciplinary panel after red card

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.

Players' union questions RFU's Cipriani chargePlayers' union questions RFU's Cipriani charge

Rugby Players' Association questions the Rugby Football Union's decision to charge Danny Cipriani with misconduct after a nightclub incident.

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 .

Police investigate WhatsApp racism claim against playerPolice investigate WhatsApp racism claim against player

Ex-Wales international claims rugby club chairman used a gorilla emoji in a group chat.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Hillsborough charges against Sir Norman Bettison droppedHillsborough charges against Sir Norman Bettison dropped

Sir Norman Bettison, accused of blaming Liverpool fans for the 1989 disaster, will not be prosecuted.

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.

Is Mourinho's third-season syndrome a myth... or destined to unfold at Man Utd?Is Mourinho's third-season syndrome a myth... or destined to unfold at Man Utd?

Do Jose Mourinho's sides really suffer from third-season syndrome? And if so, will it happen at Manchester United?

West Brom's Brunt retires from Northern Ireland dutyWest Brom's Brunt retires from Northern Ireland duty

West Brom's Northern Ireland midfielder Chris Brunt announces his retirement from international football after earning 65 caps.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England v India: Virat Kohli takes 'outstanding' catch off 'awful' Ollie Pope driveEngland v India: Virat Kohli takes 'outstanding' catch off 'awful' Ollie Pope drive

India captain Virat Kohli takes an "outstanding" catch after Ollie Pope plays an "awful" drive to reduce England to 62-4 in the third Test.

Watch: 'Tentative' Jennings falls for 13Watch: 'Tentative' Jennings falls for 13

Keaton Jennings falls for 13 early on day four as England attempt to chase an improbable 521 for victory over India in the third Test.

Jonathan Agnew reads emotional email about TMS fan's last hoursJonathan Agnew reads emotional email about TMS fan's last hours

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

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.

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