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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Fever-Tree Championships 2018: Kyle Edmund beaten by Nick KyrgiosFever-Tree Championships 2018: Kyle Edmund beaten by Nick Kyrgios

British number one Kyle Edmund loses to Nick Kyrgios in the second round at Queen's as Novak Djokovic beats Grigor Dimitrov.

Federer saves two match points to advance in HalleFederer saves two match points to advance in Halle

Roger Federer saves two match points against Benoit Paire to avoid an upset and reach the quarter-finals of the Halle Open.

Murray faces long road back after surgery, says brother JamieMurray faces long road back after surgery, says brother Jamie

Jamie Murray says it was "great" to see brother Andy back playing again but warns that "it will be a long road for him".

Nature Valley Classic: Garbine Muguruza out, Petra Kvitova advances in BirminghamNature Valley Classic: Garbine Muguruza out, Petra Kvitova advances in Birmingham

Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza is beaten in Birmingham but defending champion Petra Kvitova reaches the quarter-finals.

BBC Rugby News

'It's always been about playing for England' - the second coming of Cipriani'It's always been about playing for England' - the second coming of Cipriani

It is a far more grounded and philosophical Danny Cipriani who will start at fly-half for England for the first time in a decade on Saturday, writes Chris Jones.

Schmidt strikes balance with Ireland team to face Australia in series deciderSchmidt strikes balance with Ireland team to face Australia in series decider

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt is balancing the need to build a strong squad for next year's World Cup with a desire for a series win in Australia.

'Privileged' Cipriani makes first England start for a decade'Privileged' Cipriani makes first England start for a decade

Danny Cipriani will make his first start for England since 2008 in the third Test against South Africa, replacing George Ford at fly-half.

Australia v Ireland: Five Ireland changes for decisive third TestAustralia v Ireland: Five Ireland changes for decisive third Test

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt makes five changes to his side for the Test series decider against Australia in Sydney on Saturday.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Scary & stressful but sometimes it's good to panic - Fabregas on GermanyScary & stressful but sometimes it's good to panic - Fabregas on Germany

Spain’s World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas on the pressure you face after losing your opening game, and why the big names have not shone in Russia so far - even Cristiano Ronaldo.

World Cup Catch-up: Magic Modric, Caballero's clanger & a song about VARWorld Cup Catch-up: Magic Modric, Caballero's clanger & a song about VAR

Watch all the best action and funnies from day eight of the World Cup as Croatia crush Argentina and France send Peru home.

Argentina team worst ever - World Cup winner ArdilesArgentina team worst ever - World Cup winner Ardiles

Argentina's Word Cup squad is the "worst in their history" and not even "the best player in the world" can make them competitive, says Ossie Ardiles.

World Cup: Lionel Messi carrying Argentina's weight of expectationWorld Cup: Lionel Messi carrying Argentina's weight of expectation

Argentina captain Lionel Messi carries the burden of 44 million people - and it seemed to show against Croatia in Thursday's World Cup match.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England on verge of whitewashing AustraliaEngland on verge of whitewashing Australia

Jason Roy's century inspires England, who go 4-0 up in their five-match ODI series against Australia at Chester-le-Street.

Sri Lanka trio admit 'serious law breach' over delay in playSri Lanka trio admit 'serious law breach' over delay in play

Dinesh Chandimal, Chandika Hathurusinghe and Asanka Gurusinha admit breaking rules after Sri Lanka delayed play against West Indies.

England v Australia: Jason Roy & Jonny Bairstow 174-run partnership - best shotsEngland v Australia: Jason Roy & Jonny Bairstow 174-run partnership - best shots

Watch the best shots as Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow share a 174-run opening stand as England win the fourth one-day international against Australia by six wickets.

'A brilliant piece of fielding' - watch Roy & Overton combine to dismiss Marsh'A brilliant piece of fielding' - watch Roy & Overton combine to dismiss Marsh

"A brilliant piece of fielding" by Jason Roy and Craig Overton removes Shaun Marsh for 101 in the fourth ODI at Chester-le-Street.

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