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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Advent calendar 2018: Novak Djokovic wins epic semi-final before claiming fourth Wimbledon titleAdvent calendar 2018: Novak Djokovic wins epic semi-final before claiming fourth Wimbledon title

Novak Djokovic wins an epic semi-final against Rafael Nadal which set up his straight-set win over Kevin Anderson in the final of Wimbledon.

Amelie Mauresmo withdraws as France Davis Cup captain to coach Lucas PouilleAmelie Mauresmo withdraws as France Davis Cup captain to coach Lucas Pouille

Amelie Mauresmo has decided against taking over as captain of France's Davis Cup team to instead coach Lucas Pouille.

Murray to use protected ranking to play Australian OpenMurray to use protected ranking to play Australian Open

Andy Murray will use his protected ranking of world number two to gain entry to January's Australian Open.

Becker drops bankruptcy immunity claimBecker drops bankruptcy immunity claim

The move means a planned auction of the ex-tennis champion's trophies and memorabilia can go ahead.

BBC Rugby News

Melville warns against wages rise if £200m deal goes throughMelville warns against wages rise if £200m deal goes through

Premiership clubs must spend a prospective cash boost on facilities, Rugby Football Union boss Nigel Melville warns.

Ireland's Henshaw set to miss Six Nations openerIreland's Henshaw set to miss Six Nations opener

Leinster and Ireland centre Robbie Henshaw faces up to another eight weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.

Ollie Thorley: Gloucester back's 'purple patch' delights boss Johan AckermannOllie Thorley: Gloucester back's 'purple patch' delights boss Johan Ackermann

"Tremendous" young back Ollie Thorley's "purple patch" of form is pleasing Gloucester head coach Johan Ackermann.

'He'll be ready' - Itoje Six Nations fears allayed'He'll be ready' - Itoje Six Nations fears allayed

England and Saracens lock Maro Itoje is expected to miss "four to eight weeks" with his knee injury, Sarries boss Mark McCall says.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Raheem Sterling negative press coverage 'emboldens racist rhetoric' - PFARaheem Sterling negative press coverage 'emboldens racist rhetoric' - PFA

Negative press coverage of Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling "emboldens racist rhetoric", says the PFA.

Copa Libertadores final: Did staging River Plate v Boca Juniors in Madrid work?Copa Libertadores final: Did staging River Plate v Boca Juniors in Madrid work?

A "fudged final", a sign of things to come, or both? BBC Sport's Manu Djazmi assesses whether staging South America's biggest game in Europe was a success.

Premier League stats: Have we finally got a real Premier League title race?Premier League stats: Have we finally got a real Premier League title race?

A fierce battle for top spot, Unai Emery's half-time tinkering, Fulham's leaky defence - the best stats from the Premier League weekend.

England winger Jadon Sancho's value rises 806% to £79.44m in three monthsEngland winger Jadon Sancho's value rises 806% to £79.44m in three months

England winger Jadon Sancho's transfer value has risen by an astonishing 806% to £79.44m over the past three months, according to new analysis.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England name unchanged Test squad for tour of West IndiesEngland name unchanged Test squad for tour of West Indies

England name an unchanged squad of 16 for the three-Test tour of the West Indies next month but tweak their ODI squad.

Australia v India: Tourists claim first Test win in Australia since 2008Australia v India: Tourists claim first Test win in Australia since 2008

India clinch a dramatic 31-run victory in the first Test against Australia to claim only their sixth Test win down under.

India closing in on first Test win in Australia for 10 yearsIndia closing in on first Test win in Australia for 10 years

India are closing in on a first Test victory in Australia for 10 years after reducing the hosts to 104-4 in their second-innings on day four in Adelaide.

'I've never known public opinion to run so unanimously against Australian cricketers''I've never known public opinion to run so unanimously against Australian cricketers'

BBC World Service's Stumped programme travels to Australia to take the pulse of a damaged cricketing community following sandpapergate.

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