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Rafael Nadal vows to bounce back from Wimbledon defeat to Dustin Brown

• ‘I just need to accept these kind of things that can happen,’ says Spaniard• ‘I played five finals here. I don’t know how many players did that’A downhearted Rafael Nadal has vowed to do everything he can to regain the form that brought him two Wimbledon titles, having suffered an earlier than expected defeat for the fourth year in a row. The Spaniard, who won the title in 2008 and 2010 but

NFL: four-game bans for Jets star Richardson and Chargers tight end Gates

*Sheldon Richardson violated NFL policy on substance abuse*Gates banned for using performance enhancing drugsNew York Jets star Sheldon Richardson and San Diego’s Antonio Gates have each been suspended for the first four games of the NFL season for violating the league’s policy on drugs.Richardson was charged with violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, and Gates with performance-enh

England women will rally round Laura Bassett and ‘inspire girls to start playing’

Karen Carney and co will ‘look after’ her best mate after the World Cup own goal, while Steph Houghton says third place and being a role model is the aimKaren Carney was utterly dismayed yet intensely proud. Prominent amid the maelstrom of emotions was concern for Laura Bassett, her best friend and the scorer of the stoppage-time own goal on Wednesday that gave Japan a place in the World Cup fi

Wimbledon 2015: days three and four - in pictures

Guardian photographers Tom Jenkins and Graeme Robertson are down in SW19 to bring you a selection of their best images from days three and four Continue reading...

Wimbledon 2015: Aljaz Bedene downed by Viktor Troicki but the love grows

• Serb beats newly minted Briton 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 in second round• Former Slovenian has made decent start to winning over Wimbledon crowdConsidering it took years for the Wimbledon crowd to genuinely embrace Andy Murray, Aljaz Bedene has made a decent start to winning hearts and minds in his first tournament at SW19 as a British player. After his epic first-round comeback victory against Rad

Nottinghamshire skittle Worcestershire thanks to Andy Carter heroics

• Nottinghamshire, 240 & 366, beat Worcestershire, 283 & 210, by 113 runsNottinghamshire’s patched-up bowling attack ensured that Peter Moores inherits a winning team when he puts the tracksuit back on at Trent Bridge on Friday.Parachuted in to provide some recuperative powers in Nottinghamshire’s fight against the drop, he will begin his three-month consultancy with the mood much improved o

Wimbledon 2015: Andreas Seppi shows quality but just needs to believe

• Italian beats Borna Coric 4-6, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1, 6-1• The 25th seed will now face Andy Murray on SaturdayAndreas Seppi showed enough zest and grit against the talented Croatian teenager Borna Coric to suggest he has the spirit to push Andy Murray when they meet in the third round on Saturday – but whether the 25th seed has the belief is another matter. Related: Andy Murray overpowers Robin H

James Ward makes it three Brits in Wimbledon third round

First time Britain has had three men in world’s top 100 since 2006, and first time it has had three players at this stage of tournament since 2002James Ward, the British number four, once had to sell his Arsenal season ticket to fund his tennis career. On Thursday the son of a Camden cabbie cruised into Wimbledon’s third round, securing himself at least £77,000 from this year’s tournament and

Essex’s Tom Westley shows England the way with century against Australia

• Day two of four: Australians 562; Essex 299-3• Centurion Tom Westley receives congratulatory text from Alastair CookNo wonder Tom Westley received a congratulatory text message from Alastair Cook, after scoring a brilliant century that went a long way to demystifying Australia’s attack six days before the start of the Ashes. The tourists may have rested Mitchell Johnson for this final tune-u

F1 race reforms hand drivers more responsibilities in bid to revive appeal

• F1 strategy group plans aimed at making drivers less like robots• Drivers must take control of brakes, tyres and fuel under reformsFormula One drivers are to be told to take more responsibility for the performance of their cars as the sport transforms itself this summer in the wake of unprecedented criticism. Drivers will no longer be coached by their engineers and will have to take control

Rafael Nadal knocked out of Wimbledon 2015 by Dustin Brown – day four as it happened

Rafa Nadal was beaten in four sets by the world No102 Dustin Brown, while James Ward went into the third round for the first time*Report: Brown sinks Nadal with bravura Wimbledon display 8.09pm BST Right, that’s it from me, here’s Simon Cambers’s match report. Thanks for reading and for your contributions, on a day when Dustin dazzled on Centre Court, Nadal felt a terrible sense of deja

Alastair Cook can build on England’s new style, says Andrew Strauss

• Captain ‘at a phase of his career where he is not afraid to try new things’• Strauss stops short of giving Cook his backing beyond the AshesAndrew Strauss has backed Alastair Cook as the right man to lead England this summer and to adapt his captaincy to the style of cricket played against New Zealand in the recent one‑day series that has recaptured the public’s imagination.“I think Alast

Rafael Nadal crashes out of Wimbledon after bravura Dustin Brown display

• 30-year-old beats Spanish double champion 7-5, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4• Nadal out in first week for third time in four yearsAs it happened: read our rolling report from day four at WimbledonRafael Nadal was knocked out of Wimbledon in the first week for the third time in four years, bamboozled by the wild but often brilliant game of qualifier Dustin Brown, a man who spent three years living in a camp

England's WWC performance a 'once-in-a-generation opportunity' for football

Calls for current support for England team to be translated into increased visibility for the domestic women’s football gameAmid the tears and triumphs of England’s run to the brink of the Women’s World Cup final in Canada, ended by a desperately cruel last-minute own goal, was the hope that it could prove a “game changing” moment for the sport.As England’s players and supporters licked th

Bethanie Mattek-Sands criticises Wimbledon's 'excessive' clothing rule

American tennis player dismisses recently tightened rule of white-only clothes, which rules out coloured underwear and permits only a 1cm strip of colourThe American tennis player Bethanie Mattek-Sands has criticised Wimbledon’s rigid enforcement of its rules on players wearing only white clothing, saying the tournament has gone too far in forbidding even the smallest glimpse of coloured clot

Josh Hazlewood is happy to walk in Glenn McGrath’s Ashes shadow

• Australia’s new seamer wants to emulate his hero• New South Wales bowler targeting Alastair Cook and Joe RootStopping short of making 5-0 whitewash predictions but otherwise comfortable with the comparison, the Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood heads into his first Ashes series knowing that whenever his name is mentioned, that of Glenn McGrath is rarely far behind.Hazlewood, like Engla

Alberto Contador and Fabian Cancellara eye up Tour de France glory

As the Grand Départ in Utrecht approaches, Alberto Contador is after a double having won the Giro d’Italia while Cancellara is back on track following injuryAlberto Contador and Fabian Cancellara are a study in physical contrast but are two riders with one ambition – to win the 2015 Tour de France in the Yellow Jersey, the greatest prize in professional cycling.The slight Spaniard is aiming

Is the Wimbledon2Day row about to explode all over Centre Court?

The BBC’s tennis highlights programme has got fans all het up. It’s going to be a long, hot summerTell you something: If this weather doesn’t break soon, we’re going to have a tennis riot on our hands.What an indictment of our country it is that summer is so often this way: unresolved issues about the way tennis is covered are always there, but something about the heat brings them hurtling

Victoria Pendleton finishes eighth in first race in public at Newbury

• Double Olympic cycling champion thrilled with start• Cheltenham Festival next March still long-term aimThe great experiment to see whether Victoria Pendleton can compete at next year’s Cheltenham Festival has survived its first racecourse test. Britain’s most successful female Olympian finished only eighth in a field of 11 and would probably have faced difficult questions from the stewards h

BBC hints it is to overhaul much-ridiculed Wimbledon highlights show

A backlash from viewers and a bashing from critics for the Clare Balding-fronted programme set in a hospitality suite seems to have forced a changeThe BBC yesterday hinted that it would overhaul its much-ridiculed Wimbledon highlights show mid-tournament after pressure from viewers and critics.The daily roundup – formerly known as Today at Wimbledon – has been savaged by tennis fans after

Sport picture of the day: riding high

When the Tour de France rolls into town, people go bike barmy. Prior to the team presentation ceremony at Lepelenburg Park in Utrecht, this chap entertains the crowds with his bicycle/Flyboard hybrid. The 2015 Grand Départ gets underway on 4 July in the streets of Utrecht, The Netherlands and the Tour ends on 26 July down the Champs-Élysées in Paris Continue reading...

Madison Keys sees off Elizaveta Kulichkova to keep US hopes high

• World No21 overpowers Russian 6-4, 7-6 in Wimbledon second round• Keys not at best but does enough to lift American expectationsThough the dominance of Serena Williams gives the impression of American women’s tennis in rude health, the question frequently asked is, what happens after Serena? For many, the answer is Madison Keys.Hoping to augment that belief, the right-hander powered her w

Iestyn Harris set to be sacked but Salford insist head coach is ‘off sick’

• Salford negotiating with head coach over severance deal• Club spokesman says Harris unable to take charge of next gameIestyn Harris appears to have taken charge of Salford for the final time after it emerged that the club are in discussions with him over a severance deal to end his tenure as head coach.Harris’s assistant, the former Salford player Ian Watson, oversaw training on Thursday

Roger Federer shows sublime touch to beat Sam Querrey at Wimbledon 2015

• Federer marches into third round with 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 victory• Swiss wins point with magical behind-the-legs forehand lobThe 85 minutes that Roger Federer spent on court on Thursday produced a highlights reel that surely no other player is capable of matching. No one makes tennis look as easy as the Swiss when he is in full flow and his 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 second-round victory over the American Sam

Horse racing tips: Friday 3 July

Slip Sliding Away in the opener at Sandown rates the day’s best bet2.20 Slip Sliding Away (nap) 2.50 Soapy Aitken 3.20 Taqwaa 3.55 Provenance 4.30 London Citizen 5.05 Singular Quest (nb) Continue reading...

Sporting Lisbon sign Indonesian tsunami survivor Martunis for academy

• Martunis was found in Portugal shirt after 2004 tsunami destroyed his home• ‘It’s a dream come true,’ says player whose plight drew global attentionAn Indonesian tsunami survivor, found wearing a Portugal shirt nearly three weeks after his home was destroyed in the 2004 disaster, has joined Sporting Lisbon’s academy.Martunis, now 17, survived for nearly three weeks on dried noodles and pu

Roger Federer v Sam Querrey: Wimbledon 2015 – as it happened | Les Roopanarine

*Federer beats Querrey 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 to reach the third round*Swiss No2 seed will next face 69th-ranked Sam Groth of Australia *Follow the latest action elsewhere on day four at SW19*Latest updates and results from day four at the All England Club 4.59pm BST Next up for Federer is Sam Groth of Australia, the world No69. He’s another big man – I know, because I almost fell over him i

Petra Kvitova continues Wimbledon form by thrashing Kurumi Nara

• Defending champion charges on 6-2, 6-0 • Czech bounces out Japanese in 58 minutesOne minute had passed and the underdog was already looking unsteady on her feet and gasping for air. Petra Kvitova was not in the mood for fun and games.She started with an ace, banged down another and held to love to hammer home the size of the task facing Kurumi Nara, who was beginning to appreciate the fee

US Open Cup: Sporting KC hammer FC Dallas, and Kaka stars for Orlando City

Eight MLS teams will contest the US Open Cup quarter-finals after NASL’s Cosmos are beaten by the Red Bulls and Charlotte Independence lose to ChicagoThe last of the lower-league opposition exited the US Open Cup this week, as the competition narrowed to the quarter-final stage with eight MLS teams left competing for the trophy. Four goals from Dom Dwyer in Sporting KC’s 6-2 hammering of Dall

Laura Bassett’s mother: it was hard to see her cry – video

The mother of Laura Bassett says it was tough to watch her daughter cry after scoring the injury-time own-goal that cost England a place in the World Cup final. Speaking to ITV News Central, Marie Bassett says it was a 'surreal moment', but she is confident Laura will 'bounce back'. The defender was in tears after slicing an intended clearance into her own net in the 2-1 defeat to Japan Continue r

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