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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

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.

Williams returns to world's top 30 after run to Wimbledon finalWilliams returns to world's top 30 after run to Wimbledon final

Serena Williams is back in the world's top 30 after reaching the Wimbledon final in only her fourth tournament back since giving birth.

Djokovic 'can dominate Federer & Nadal again'Djokovic 'can dominate Federer & Nadal again'

Boris Becker, Tim Henman and Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou assess whether Novak Djokovic can challenge to be best male player of all time.

Wimbledon 2018: Lookalikes, champions' delight & best Wimbledon funniesWimbledon 2018: Lookalikes, champions' delight & best Wimbledon funnies

Watch the weird and wonderful moments from this year's Wimbledon, featuring a Johnny Deep lookalike, celebrities galore and a masterclass from Novak Djokovic.

BBC Rugby News

Ellis Genge: Leicester's England prop ruled out until start of 2019 after knee surgeryEllis Genge: Leicester's England prop ruled out until start of 2019 after knee surgery

Leicester and England prop Ellis Genge will not play again until the new year after having surgery on his knee.

Kieron Fonotia risks Samoa World Cup dream to 'hit ground running' at ScarletsKieron Fonotia risks Samoa World Cup dream to 'hit ground running' at Scarlets

New Scarlets centre Kieron Fonotia hopes his decision not to play for Samoa this summer will not cost him his World Cup dream.

Morgan to leave Wales Sevens and make Ospreys returnMorgan to leave Wales Sevens and make Ospreys return

Wales Sevens' all-time record try-scorer Luke Morgan is returning to 15s rugby with the Ospreys for next season.

Wales name strong Sevens squad for World CupWales name strong Sevens squad for World Cup

Wales name a strong squad for the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco between July 20-22.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

I didn't want to be 'dead weight' at Everton - RooneyI didn't want to be 'dead weight' at Everton - Rooney

Wayne Rooney speaks exclusively to BBC Sport about Everton, Manchester United, England and his plans for after his playing career is over.

Liverpool make record bid for Roma goalkeeper AlissonLiverpool make record bid for Roma goalkeeper Alisson

Liverpool make an offer to sign Roma's Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson, reported to be £62m.

Nearly £450,000 of taxpayers' money spent trying to find London Stadium sponsorNearly £450,000 of taxpayers' money spent trying to find London Stadium sponsor

Nearly £450,000 of taxpayers' money has been spent trying to find a sponsor for West Ham's London Stadium.

Rangers progress in Europa League after goalless drawRangers progress in Europa League after goalless draw

Rangers progress to the Europa League second qualifying round after a goalless draw with Shkupi in Macedonia.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

'Without Take That we would not have survived' - the realities of county cricket finances'Without Take That we would not have survived' - the realities of county cricket finances

How a Take That tour helped save one club and ways the 100-ball competition could be the "feast" that changes county cricket.

Who opens? Where does Root bat? Pick your England team for first TestWho opens? Where does Root bat? Pick your England team for first Test

Who do you think should be in the England side for the first Test against India? Choose your XI and share it with your friends.

Highlights: Root & Morgan see England homeHighlights: Root & Morgan see England home

Watch highlights of Joe Root and Eoin Morgan's 186-run partnership as England comfortably beat India by eight wickets.

Root hits unbeaten ton as England hammer India to win seriesRoot hits unbeaten ton as England hammer India to win series

Joe Root scores an unbeaten century as England beat India by eight wickets at Headingley to complete series win.

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