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Andy Murray outdoes James Ward in finding a swift resolution
The British No1 responded to the Wimbledon crowd’s late urgency in a way that his friend Ward had not been able to during his defeat to Vasek Pospisil
• James Ward v Vasek Pospisil – match report
• Andy Murray v Andreas Seppi – match report
Clare Balding and guests endure a wild week on BBC’s Wimbledon 2day
New highlights programme evolved before our eyes each night after taking criticism on social media for its new formatREAD MORE...
Oakland Raiders to US Women's World Cup soccer finalists: 'Just win baby'
- Vancouver Sun ad quotes NFL team’s famous founder and owner
- Spokesman: ‘It probably seems random but it’s something we did’
Andy Murray v Andreas Seppi: Wimbledon 2015 – as it happened
- World No3 Murray reaches second week with 6-2, 6-2, 1-6, 6-1 victory
- Scot will face the big-serving Croatian Ivo Karlovic in round four
Ivo Karlovic rolls back years to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon
At the age of 36, the big serving, 6ft 10in Croat Ivo Karlovic beat the two-time semi-finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7-6, 4-6, 7-6, 7-6 to reach the Wimbledon fourth roundREAD MORE...
Andrew Strauss: Paul Farbrace could be future England head coach
• ‘I hope our No2 has whetted his appetite for the top job at some point’
• ‘Trevor Bayliss has role and will do a great job but Farby could, too, one day’
Ashes duel between Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke will be key
The general perception is that Australia’s captain is better than England’s but it will be the amount of runs they score that will matter mostREAD MORE...
Heather Watson must work hard to prove Serena Williams scare was no fluke
• British No1 has an ambitious target of breaking into world’s top 25 this year
• Williams’s coach praises 23-year-old Watson following “incredible match”
Petra Kvitova’s Wimbledon defence ended by inspired Jelena Jankovic
• Serb fights back from set and a break down to win 3-6, 7-5, 6-4
• No 28 seed will face Agnieszka Radwanska in the last 16
James Ward’s Wimbledon run ended by Vasek Pospisil in five-set thriller
• British No4 leads two sets to one but Canadian wins 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 8-6
• Ward admits to mixed emotions, feeling he did not play at his best
Wimbledon 2015: day six – as it happened
Defending champion Petra Kvitova crashed out, James Ward and Dustin Brown’s runs came to an end, but Roger Federer advanced despite dropping his first set of the tournamentREAD MORE...
Vasek Pospisil knocks out James Ward in five-setter: Wimbledon 2015 – as it happened!
James Ward let a 2-1 lead slip having lost the first set against Vasek Pospisil in more blistering heat on Court No1READ MORE...
Tour de France heads into low country promising anything but flat calm
A benign looking start to the Tour belies the dangers that lie beneath on the perilous pavé of Tuesday’s stage four, and the unseen elements along the coast which could blow the field apartREAD MORE...
Tiffany Porter and Cindy Ofili secure GB places at world championships
• Michigan-born sisters dominate 100m hurdles on Ofili’s debut
• Lucy Hatton’s selection in doubt after fall at fourth hurdle
Jessica Ennis-Hill third in 100m hurdles but will delay decision on Beijing
• Olympic heptathlon champion undecided over world championships
• Ennis-Hill happy with improvement at British Athletics Championships
British motor racing fans break the mould as crowds flock to Silverstone
• 350,000 spectators expected over the three days at British Grand Prix
• ‘We decided to lose some of the Silverstone arrogance’
Golden Horn stays unbeaten with high-class win in Sandown’s Eclipse
• Frankie Dettori’s mount wins Coral-Eclipse by more than three lengths
• Jockey relies on lucky old boots for colt’s decisive victory
Horse racing tips: Sunday 5 July
• Royal Duchess (3.35 Ayr) is the Sunday nap
• Next best bet is Thinger Licht (5.00 Market Rasen)