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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Serena Williams loses to Petra Kvitova at Cincinnati's Western & Southern OpenSerena Williams loses to Petra Kvitova at Cincinnati's Western & Southern Open

Wimbledon finalist Serena Williams says she is at the start of a "long comeback" after losing 6-3 2-6 6-3 to Petra Kvitova in Cincinnati.

Kyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in CincinnatiKyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati

British number one Kyle Edmund loses his second-round match with Canadian Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati.

Murray seeks '10 or 15%' improvement after loss to PouilleMurray seeks '10 or 15%' improvement after loss to Pouille

Andy Murray said he needs to improve by "10, 15%" to turn defeats like his first-round loss to Lucas Pouille in Cincinnati into victories.

Konta beaten by Sabalenka in first round in CincinnatiKonta beaten by Sabalenka in first round in Cincinnati

British number one Johanna Konta loses 4-6 6-3 6-4 to Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka in the opening round of the Cincinnati Open.

BBC Rugby News

Te'o 'considered his future' after year of injury problemsTe'o 'considered his future' after year of injury problems

England and Worcester centre Ben Te'o says his injury problems of the past year left him contemplating his future in the sport.

Hadleigh Parkes: Scarlets centre backs Wayne Pivac to be Wales successHadleigh Parkes: Scarlets centre backs Wayne Pivac to be Wales success

Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes says Wayne Pivac will prove a success when he switches from Scarlets to Wales head coach after the 2019 World Cup.

Scotland prop Dickinson ends playing careerScotland prop Dickinson ends playing career

Edinburgh and Scotland prop Alasdair Dickinson ends his playing career to take up a coaching position with the Scottish Rugby Academy.

Anthony Watson: England and Bath back faces longer Achilles injury lay-offAnthony Watson: England and Bath back faces longer Achilles injury lay-off

England and Bath back Anthony Watson faces an extended, unspecified lay-off after re-tearing his Achilles tendon.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

'It's not rocket science' - Rodgers on Celtic's Champions League exit'It's not rocket science' - Rodgers on Celtic's Champions League exit

Manager Brendan Rodgers says it is "not rocket science" to say Celtic should have strengthened this summer in an attempt to reach the Champions League.

'Keeping players and keeping the boss happy - why Spurs face a crucial couple of weeks''Keeping players and keeping the boss happy - why Spurs face a crucial couple of weeks'

MOTD pundit Jermaine Jenas explains why keeping players, and keeping their manager happy, is what really matters for Tottenham now.

'Last year was almost perfect' - De Bruyne on the title, Guardiola & City's behind-the-scenes doc'Last year was almost perfect' - De Bruyne on the title, Guardiola & City's behind-the-scenes doc

Premier League champions Manchester City will never have another season like last year, says midfielder Kevin de Bruyne.

Championship clubs taking 'two-year gamble' to win promotion as financial gap widensChampionship clubs taking 'two-year gamble' to win promotion as financial gap widens

Some clubs try a "two-year gamble" buying players and paying high wages to win promotion, an expert says.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Stokes has 'suffered enough', says Vaughan as all-rounder returns to Test squadStokes has 'suffered enough', says Vaughan as all-rounder returns to Test squad

England's Ben Stokes has "suffered enough punishment" and should not face further suspensions, according to former captain Michael Vaughan.

Gary Stead: New Zealand appoint new head coach on two-year dealGary Stead: New Zealand appoint new head coach on two-year deal

Former New Zealand batsman Gary Stead is named as the team's head coach on a two-year deal that begins in September.

Watch: 'Spectacular' Mills hat-trick as Sharks take five wickets for one runWatch: 'Spectacular' Mills hat-trick as Sharks take five wickets for one run

Watch a sensational finish to Sussex's victory over Glamorgan as Tymal Mills takes a hat-trick and the visitors lose five wickets for one run to collapse to 88 all out.

Croft hopeful on Glamorgan T20 chancesCroft hopeful on Glamorgan T20 chances

Glamorgan head coach Robert Croft says the pressure is not only on his team in the closing stages of the T20 Blast group stage.

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