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Tennis – Djokovic sees room for improvement

Novak Djokovic believes he is still not back to his best despite producing a fine performance to beat Grigor Dimitrov at the Fever-Tree Championships.

The 31-year-old has struggled with form and injuries for the last two years but played well to beat…

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Cricket – Morgan seeks Old Trafford triumph

England captain Eoin Morgan is keen to finish their one-day series against Australia off in style by winning Sunday’s match at Old Trafford.

England have won the first four matches in the series with the latest triumph coming on Thursday when Jason R…

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Soccer – Sampaoli takes responsibility for horror show

Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli admitted he was solely to blame for the 3-0 defeat to Croatia at World Cup 2018.

The 2014 finalists produced a dire display against Croatia who confirmed their place in the last 16 thanks to goals by Ante Rebic, Luka Mo…

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Soccer – Costa backed to do more

Spain boss Fernando Hierro is confident that striker Diego Costa, who already has three goals to his name at World Cup 2018, can improve further as the tournament progresses.

Having found the net twice in the 3-3 draw with Portugal, Costa scored the …

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Soccer – Suarez seeks better from Celeste

Striker Luis Suarez believes there is plenty more to come from Uruguay, despite them winning two out of two to reach the knockout stages of World Cup 2018.

The Barcelona frontman marked his 100th appearance for his country with the only goal of the g…

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Tennis – Achilles trouble hampers Halep

French Open champion Simona Halep, 12/1 with bet365 to win Wimbledon, faces a race to be fit for SW19 as she battles to shake off an Achilles problem.

Halep has been forced to withdraw from next week’s Eastbourne International, meaning that she will …

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Tennis – Murray’s Wimbledon status unsure

Andy Murray, who is 8/1 with bet365 to win Wimbledon this year, says he could decide to skip the All England Club championships if his body does not respond well to his return to competitive tennis.

The three-time Grand Slam champion made his long-aw…

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Soccer – Loftus-Cheek content with England role

Ruben Loftus-Cheek says he is relaxed about rumours he could start for England, who are 12/1 with bet365 to win the World Cup 2018, in their next match against Panama on Sunday.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek says he is relaxed about rumours he could start for …

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Soccer – Wilshere departs Arsenal

Jack Wilshere has announced he will be leaving Arsenal, who are 28/1 with bet365 to win the Premier League next season, after failing to receive assurances over game time.

Wilshere has been with the Gunners since the age of nine and has made 197 app…

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Golf – Reed heads to Connecticut in fine form

Patrick Reed is hoping to continue the form he has shown in the last few months at this week’s Travelers Championship in Connecticut.

Reed, who won The Masters in April, finished fourth at the US Open, where Brooks Koepka eventually triumphed.
He ha…

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Soccer – Clean sheet thrills Martinez

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez was particularly pleased to keep a clean sheet in the Red Devils’ opening Group G match at World Cup 2018.

After a goalless first half against Panama, Belgium cut loose after the break with Romelu Lukaku, 8/1 with bet36…

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Soccer – Proud Kane pleased with victory

Harry Kane thought justice was done when he grabbed a stoppage-time winner for England in their World Cup 2018 win against Tunisia.

Gareth Southgate’s team edged the Group G clash 2-1 with Kane opening the scoring before heading home the winner in st…

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Golf – Fleetwood eyes Major success

Tommy Fleetwood is confident he will be in the hunt for Major glory again soon, having come close to a stunning victory at the US Open.

Fleetwood stormed to a closing 63 around Shinnecock Hills to set the clubhouse target at 2-over par for the tourna…

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Soccer – Sweden must be beaten warns Low

Joachim Low admits that holders Germany have to win their next match at World Cup 2018, having suffered a 1-0 loss to Mexico in their Group F game.

Hirving Lozano netted the only goal of the game in the Luzhniki Stadium, leaving Die Mannschaft needin…

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Soccer – Brazil told to be more clinical

Brazil head coach Tite has called on his players to be more ruthless in front of goal after the Selecao were held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland in Rostov.

Having taken the lead through a trademark Philippe Coutinho curler, the South Americans conceded…

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Golf – Putting form frustrates Woods

Three-time champion Tiger Woods rued a huge struggle on the greens at Shinnecock Hills after recording his worst-ever round at the US Open.

In brutal conditions Woods opened up by dropping four shots in his first two holes and went on to eventually t…

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Soccer – Zhirkov calls for Russia repeat

Yury Zhirkov has challenged World Cup 2018 hosts Russia to maintain the momentum gained from a 5-0 thrashing of Saudi Arabia in the opening game of the tournament.

The hosts made a perfect start by overpowering a lacklustre Saudi outfit in the Luzhni…

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Soccer – Griezmann going nowhere

Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has ended speculation about his future by opting to stay with his current club, who he expects to spend well this summer.

The 27-year-old frontman had been heavily linked with a big-money move to Barcelona, b…

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Soccer – Hierro not one for change

Interim coach Fernando Hierro has vowed not to make too many changes as he aims to keep Spain’s challenge for World Cup 2018 success on course.

Hierro has been handed the reins after the sensational sacking of Julen Lopetegui on the eve of the tourna…

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Golf – Rory supports Mickelson’s bid

Rory McIlroy says if he is unable to claim victory at Shinnecock Hills, he love relish seeing Phil Mickelson finally end his wait for success at the US Open.

Mickelson would complete a full set of Major titles if he were to be crowned champion this w…