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Wiggins to ride Tour of Britain

Sir Bradley Wiggins will defend his Tour of Britain title after being named as the leader of Team Sky's squad for the race, which begins in Liverpool on Sunday.

Peng secures semi-final spot

Sixteen years after heart surgery almost ended her hopes of a tennis career, Peng Shuai reached the US Open semi-finals with victory over 17-year-old Belinda Bencic.

Monfils cruises past Dimitrov

Gael Monfils upset Grigor Dimitrov in unexpectedly comprehensive fashion to reach his second US Open quarter-final.

Cleverley eyes England recall

Tom Cleverley has targeted an England recall after completing his last-ditch switch to Aston Villa.

Azpilicueta extends Blues stay

Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta has signed a new five-year contract with the club.

Hodgson fears for young talent

Roy Hodgson is worried Barclays Premier League clubs are too scared to take a gamble on young English players.

Rooney sets sights on silverware

A cloud of pessimism may currently hang over the national side, but Wayne Rooney is convinced he can lead England to their first trophy in half a century.

Bell has broken toe

Ian Bell has suffered a "small fracture" in his left big toe, the England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed.

England limp to ODI series defeat

Alastair Cook's England one-day international team hit a new low as a nine-wicket hammering at the hands of India completed the captain's fifth successive series defeat.

McGinley: Seeing Luke will be tough

European captain Paul McGinley is dreading his next meeting with Luke Donald after overlooking his former Ryder Cup team-mate for a wild card.

Murray set for Djokovic test

Andy Murray will draw on the memories of the two biggest days of his career when he takes on Novak Djokovic for a place in the semi-finals of the US Open.

MotoGP set for Donington return

MotoGP will return to Donington Park for the first time in six years in 2015 but with the decision drawing stinging criticism from Silverstone chiefs.

Contador cashes in as rivals falter

Alberto Contador stormed into the leader's red jersery in the Vuelta a Espana after Nairo Quintana crashed and Chris Froome lost more time to his rivals in a dramatic stage 10 time trial on Tuesday.

Donald misses out for Europe

European captain Paul McGinley on Tuesday completed his Ryder Cup team for Gleneagles by naming Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallacher as his three wild cards.

Falcao completes Old Trafford move

Manchester United had to work late into the night to finalise the signing of Monaco striker Radamel Falcao but eventually completed a season-long loan for the Colombian.

England bowled out for 206

Even a gem of an innings from Moeen Ali could salvage a total of only 206 all out for England in the fourth Royal London Series match against India at Edgbaston.

England lose early wickets

England hit early trouble against India at Edgbaston in their bid to avoid a fifth defeat in their last six one-day international series.

Bell injury blow for England

England batsman Ian Bell has been ruled out of the fourth Royal London Series match against India at Edgbaston with a toe injury.

Moores seeking rapid development

Peter Moores admits time is short for England to make themselves a competitive force at next year's World Cup.

Djokovic strolls past Kohlschreiber

World number one Novak Djokovic has moved into the quarter-finals of a grand slam for the 22nd time in a row after seeing off Germany's Philipp Kohlschreiber in the US Open on Monday.

Murray sinks Tsonga

Andy Murray recorded his best win since lifting the Wimbledon trophy last year to set up a blockbuster US Open quarter-final against Novak Djokovic.

Villa end interest in Cleverley

Aston Villa pulled the plug on their chase for Tom Cleverley over the midfielder's wage demands.

Williams eases past Kanepi

Serena Williams reached her first grand slam quarter-final of the year with victory over Kaia Kanepi at the US Open.

McIlroy in the mix

Rory McIlroy catapulted himself into contention at the Deutsche Bank Championship with a flawless seven-under 64 that leaves him just two shots off the lead.

Slow-starting Federer hits top gear

Roger Federer recovered from dropping his first set of the tournament to race into the fourth round of the US Open.

Wozniacki back in the big time

Caroline Wozniacki showed she is back as a force in women's tennis by stunning Maria Sharapova to reach the quarter-finals of the US Open.

Ex-footballer on bribes plot charge

A former Premier League footballer has been charged with conspiracy to commit bribery.

Roy allays fears over injury

Jason Roy endured several hours of drama he and the selectors could have done without, retiring hurt after taking a blow to his thumb on the day he was named in an England squad for the first time.

Ferrer crashes out

Fourth seed David Ferrer became the first top-10 man to go out of the US Open in a third-round loss to France's Gilles Simon.

Sterling steals Balotelli's thunder

Liverpool debutant Mario Balotelli generated all the pre-match hype, but it was Raheem Sterling who provided the magic in Sunday's Barclays Premier League clash with Tottenham.

Zimbabwe stun Australia

Zimbabwe caused a major upset as they beat Australia for the first time in 31 years after claiming a three-wicket win in the ODI triangular series in Harare.

Villa maintain unbeaten start

Aston Villa's unbeaten start to the Barclays Premier League season continued as goals from Gabriel Agbonlahor and Andreas Weimann put away Hull at Villa Park.

Ulloa goal denies toothless Arsenal

Leonardo Ulloa claimed a deserved point for Leicester as they matched Arsenal in a 1-1 draw at the King Power Stadium.

Impressive Reds ease past Spurs

Alberto Moreno's exquisite solo strike capped a dominant Liverpool performance as Mauricio Pochettino's perfect start to life at Tottenham came to an abrupt end.

Tigers go second with Bulls win

Castleford shrugged off fears of a Wembley hangover as they beat a resurgent Bradford 32-18 despite the best efforts of Lee Gaskell to move up to second in the First Utility Super League.

Yorkshire on top in Roses clash

Title-chasing Yorkshire made light of losing the toss and clearly held the upper hand by the close of the first day of the LV= County Championship Division One Roses match at Emirates Old Trafford.

England duo suffer setbacks

England's NatWest Twenty20 International plans were hit by injuries to call-ups Jason Roy and Tim Bresnan, within hours of them being named in the squad to face India.

Marquez wins Silverstone thriller

Marc Marquez endured a race-long battle with Jorge Lorenzo from start to finish before claiming victory in the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Djokovic cruises past Querrey

Novak Djokovic continued to look the man to beat at the US Open as he cruised into the fourth round with a comfortable victory over American Sam Querrey.

Kvitova crashes out

Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova became the latest big-name casualty at the US Open but Serena Williams continued her march through the draw.

England hit by knocks to duo

England's NatWest Twenty20 International plans were hit by injuries to call-ups Jason Roy and Tim Bresnan, within hours of them being named in the squad to face India.

Cook: We must play to potential

Frustrated Alastair Cook warns England must urgently start playing to their potential to avoid more setbacks they can ill afford on their road to the World Cup.

Roy receives England T20 call

England have named uncapped batsman Jason Roy in their 14-man squad for the one-off NatWest Twenty20 International against India at Edgbaston.

Redknapp: Remy opportunity too big

Harry Redknapp admitted he had no hard feelings over Loic Remy leaving QPR for Chelsea in a £10.5million deal.

Van Gaal unhappy with United start

Louis van Gaal admits his winless Manchester United side have made a completely unacceptable start to the season.

Hughes hails 'outstanding' goal

Stoke boss Mark Hughes hailed Mame Biram Diouf's stunning winner after his side claimed a shock victory at Manchester City.

Mourinho angered by Costa treatment

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho accused Everton's players of trying to get striker Diego Costa into trouble during their manic 6-3 victory at Goodison Park.

No racing penalties for Rosberg

Nico Rosberg has been spared any on-track punishment following his collision with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the controversial Belgian Grand Prix.

England fall to heavy defeat

Flat England took the fast track to a six-wicket defeat in the third Royal London one-day series match after getting into a costly tangle against India's spinners at Trent Bridge.

Three and easy for Serena

Serena Williams made it a hat-trick of victories over fellow Americans to move into the fourth round of the US Open.

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