The Agenda: Farewell to Bradley Wiggins and Andy Murray’s tie-breaker

Wiggins makes his final competitive appearance in Britain, Murray plays Marcus Willis in Vienna and next year’s ICC Champions Trophy tickets are back on sale

The concern over his taking the corticosteroid triamcinolone under therapeutic use exemptions are clearly not going to go away anytime soon but the chances to see Sir Bradley Wiggins on a bike are running out. He is currently set to compete in only two more events before retiring, the Ghent Six Day in November and his last on British soil – the London Six Day (from Tuesday, Eurosport). He will race with Mark Cavendish back at the Lee Valley Velopark where the pair won the Madison world title in March (eight years on, a reprise of their 2008 victory at the world championships in Manchester) and where Wiggins took gold in the time trial in 2012. The Belgians Kenny De Ketele and Moreno De Pauw will defend their Six Day title and Britain’s team pursuit gold medallists Elinor Barker and Katie Archibald will take part in a three-day omnium competition – tickets available from

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