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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Konta & Edmund lead British hopes at US Open

World number ones Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka seek to defend their US Open titles, while Johanna Konta and Kyle Edmund lead British hopes.

Konta says exchange with journalist was 'new experience'

Johanna Konta says she received more recognition for her exchange with a journalist at Wimbledon this year than when she reached the 2017 semi-finals.

Britain's Dart makes US Open main draw for first time

British number three Harriet Dart is through to the main draw of the US Open for the first time.

Ramos will not umpire Williams sisters at US Open

US Open umpire Carlos Ramos will not chair any matches involving Serena or Venus Williams in New York this year following last year's final.

BBC Rugby News

England 57-15 Ireland: All 10 tries in two minutes as England run riot against Ireland

Watch highlights as England produce a dominant performance and run in eight tries as they hammer Ireland 57-15 in the World Cup warm-up match at Twickenham.

England not ready to win World Cup - Jones

Coach Eddie Jones warns his England team that they are not ready to win the World Cup despite a record 57-15 win over Ireland.

Scotland found a way to win amongst a lot of adversity - Townsend

Head coach Gregor Townsend revels in the character shown by Scotland as they recover from losing two soft tries to beat France at Murrayfield.

'Underdone' Ireland not good enough - Schmidt

Ireland were "underdone and heavy-legged" in their humbling 57-15 defeat by England, says head coach Joe Schmidt.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Marcus Rashford racially abused: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says perpetrators 'hiding behind' profiles

People who post racist abuse on social media "hide behind fake identities", says Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Liverpool 3-1 Arsenal: Mohamed Salah scores twice for Reds

Mohamed Salah scores twice as Liverpool sweep Arsenal aside with a dominant performance to maintain their 100% start to the season.

Bolton could face league expulsion after being given Tuesday deadline by EFL

Bolton Wanderers are given a deadline of Tuesday to complete the sale of the club or face expulsion from the English Football League.

Premier League: Man Utd lose, Liverpool & Chelsea win

Tammy Abraham scores twice in Chelsea victory, Manchester United lose to Palace, West Ham, Liverpool beat Arsenal.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Ashes 2019: England 'in with real shout' of third Test victory - Joe Denly

England are "in with a real shout" of completing their highest fourth-innings chase and beating Australia to level the Ashes, says batsman Joe Denly.

Ashes: Joe Root & Joe Denly give England a chance against Australia

Watch highlights as a 126-run partnership between Joe Root and Joe Denly leaves England 156-3 at the close of day three of the third Ashes Test, chasing 359 to beat Australia.

Ashes: England's Joe Denly falls v Australia after century partnership with Joe Root

Joe Denly gloves Josh Hazlewood behind after sharing a 126-run partnership with Joe Root with England chasing 359 to win the third Ashes Test at Headingley.

Ashes: England's Jason Roy bowled by Australia's Pat Cummins at Headingley

England opener Jason Roy is bowled by Australia's Pat Cummins for just eight as the hosts chase 359 to win the third Ashes Test at Headingley.

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