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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Johanna Konta beats Maria Sakkari to reach Eastbourne third roundJohanna Konta beats Maria Sakkari to reach Eastbourne third round

Johanna Konta beats Greece's Maria Sakkari to reach the third round of the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.

'It doesn't seem right' - Nadal concerned about Wimbledon seeding'It doesn't seem right' - Nadal concerned about Wimbledon seeding

World number two Rafael Nadal says "it doesn't seem right" that Wimbledon's formula means he could be seeded behind world number three Roger Federer.

Eastbourne: Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie reach second roundEastbourne: Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie reach second round

Britons Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie reach the second round of the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.

Wimbledon 2019: What's changed at the All England Club this yearWimbledon 2019: What's changed at the All England Club this year

Wimbledon - a feature of the British summer as essential as barbecues in the rain and ice creams on the beach - but all is not quite the same at SW19 this year.

BBC Rugby News

Israel Folau: Rugby star recoups donations in sacking rowIsrael Folau: Rugby star recoups donations in sacking row

Israel Folau draws new support for his fight against Rugby Australia over his anti-gay online posts.

Graham Henry: Wales 'one of World Cup teams to beat'Graham Henry: Wales 'one of World Cup teams to beat'

Graham Henry says Grand Slam winners Wales are serious contenders to win the 2019 World Cup in Japan.

'Changing landscape' prompts Leicester Tigers sale'Changing landscape' prompts Leicester Tigers sale

Leicester Tigers have been put up for sale to help ensure they remain a Premiership force, says chief executive Simon Cohen.

Leicester Tigers: Premiership club put up for sale for about £60mLeicester Tigers: Premiership club put up for sale for about £60m

Premiership rugby club Leicester Tigers has put itself up for sale and is seeking a price of about £60m, BBC Sport understands.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Frank Lampard: Chelsea given permission to hold talks with Derby managerFrank Lampard: Chelsea given permission to hold talks with Derby manager

Chelsea are given permission to speak to Derby County boss Frank Lampard about their vacant manager's job.

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrialHillsborough match commander David Duckenfield retrial

David Duckenfield denies the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 fans in the 1989 stadium disaster.

Women's World Cup: France v USA could be 'wild and crazy' - Megan RapinoeWomen's World Cup: France v USA could be 'wild and crazy' - Megan Rapinoe

Megan Rapinoe expects "tons of media" attention when holders the United States face hosts France in the Women's World Cup quarter-finals.

Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Nigeria players 'owed bonuses and allowances'Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Nigeria players 'owed bonuses and allowances'

Nigeria's build-up to their second game at the African Cup of Nations against Guinea has been soured by a row over bonuses.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Cricket World Cup: Australia's Jason Behrendorff bowls England's James VinceCricket World Cup: Australia's Jason Behrendorff bowls England's James Vince

England's James Vince is bowled on the second ball of the innings by Australia's Jason Behrendorff in their World Cup match at Lord's.

Cricket World Cup: Australia's Marcus Stoinis run out against England after a mix-up with Steve SmithCricket World Cup: Australia's Marcus Stoinis run out against England after a mix-up with Steve Smith

Australia's Marcus Stoinis is run out after a mix-up with teammate Steve Smith, leaving both batsmen at the same end in their World Cup match against England.

Brian Lara: West Indies legend in hospital following chest painBrian Lara: West Indies legend in hospital following chest pain

Former West Indies captain Brian Lara says doctors believe his health scare is "nothing major" after he was taken to hospital in Mumbai with chest pain.

Cricket World Cup: Australia's Steve Smith is booed as he walks to the crease against EnglandCricket World Cup: Australia's Steve Smith is booed as he walks to the crease against England

Australia's Steve Smith is booed by the crowd at Lord's as he takes to the crease against England in their Cricket World Cup match.

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