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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Novak Djokovic: Wimbledon champion had 'mental hurdles' to overcomeNovak Djokovic: Wimbledon champion had 'mental hurdles' to overcome

Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic says he had "mental hurdles" to overcome as he fought back from two years of injury problems.

Lapthorne reaches British Open quad singles finalLapthorne reaches British Open quad singles final

Britain's Andy Lapthorne reaches the quad singles final for the fourth time in the last five years at the British Open.

Wheelchair tennis: Watch 'extraordinary' 38-shot rally at British OpenWheelchair tennis: Watch 'extraordinary' 38-shot rally at British Open

Watch this "extraordinary" rally in the wheelchair doubles semi-final match between GB pair Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewitt and Gustavo Fernandez and Shingo Kunieda at the British Open.

Andy Murray drops to world number 839 in latest tennis rankingsAndy Murray drops to world number 839 in latest tennis rankings

Andy Murray is now the British number 23 after falling to 839 in the world in the latest tennis world rankings.

BBC Rugby News

England shocked by Ireland in Rugby World Cup SevensEngland shocked by Ireland in Rugby World Cup Sevens

England women are knocked out of the main competition at the Rugby World Cup Sevens, while England and Scotland's men progress to quarter-finals.

Alex Cuthbert: New Exeter wing was 'focused' on leaving WalesAlex Cuthbert: New Exeter wing was 'focused' on leaving Wales

Former Cardiff Blues wing Alex Cuthbert is now ineligible to play for Wales as he links up to play for Exeter this season.

The world's best player (she's a Kiwi) and six more to watch at Sevens World CupThe world's best player (she's a Kiwi) and six more to watch at Sevens World Cup

Sevens guru Ben Ryan on the players to watch at the Rugby World Cup Sevens, including the world's best player, numerous world class Fijians and England women's flyer.

'Warburton retirement could prompt tackle law changes''Warburton retirement could prompt tackle law changes'

Rugby legend Gareth Edwards says Sam Warburton's retirement could help prompt some of the sport's rules to be changed.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Richarlison: Everton close to agreeing deal worth up to £50m for Watford forwardRicharlison: Everton close to agreeing deal worth up to £50m for Watford forward

Everton are close to signing Watford's Brazilian forward Richarlison in a deal that could eventually be worth £50m.

Manchester City v Borussia Dortmund: Jadon Sancho scouting reportManchester City v Borussia Dortmund: Jadon Sancho scouting report

BBC Sport looks at the performance of Borussia Dortmund's ex-Manchester City teen Jadon Sancho against his former club.

Leicester City sign Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward for £12.5mLeicester City sign Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward for £12.5m

Leicester City sign Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward for £12.5m after the Reds make Alisson the world's most expensive keeper.

Russian club deny racism after cancelling deal for black playerRussian club deny racism after cancelling deal for black player

Russian club Torpedo Moscow cancel plans to sign defender Erving Botaka-Yoboma - but deny they have done so because he is black.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Lancashire win Roses match by one run - T20 Blast round-upLancashire win Roses match by one run - T20 Blast round-up

Lancashire Lightning beat rivals Yorkshire Vikings by one run in the Roses match, while Ian Bell hits a first T20 Blast century.

Highlights: Lancashire hold on to win thrillerHighlights: Lancashire hold on to win thriller

Watch highlights as Yorkshire Vikings fall one run short chasing Lancashire Lightning's total of 176 after their T20 Blast match at Old Trafford was reduced to 14 overs per side by rain.

Jerome Taylor: Somerset sign West Indies fast bowler in T20 Blast dealJerome Taylor: Somerset sign West Indies fast bowler in T20 Blast deal

West Indies fast bowler Jerome Taylor joins Somerset for the remainder of their T20 Blast campaign.

Heino Kuhn: Kent South African batsman agrees extended contractHeino Kuhn: Kent South African batsman agrees extended contract

Kent batsman Heino Kuhn agrees an extended contract following a successful first season with the county.

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