A round up of the hot topics from the sports world including Andy Murray's semi-final, David Moyes' press conference and Anelka's West Brom deal.
This was almost a two-tier occasion on Centre Court: a thrilling, see-sawing Wimbledon semi-final, and an utterly delicious match in its own right as the power and aggression of Sabine Lisicki overcame the soft-touch tactician Agnieszka Radwanska, the German winning 6-4, 2-6, 9-7.
Dhoni out of Tri-nations series. India crushed to a 161 run defeat by Sri Lanka. Coincidence?
A round up of the latest news from the sports world including Wayne Rooney's future, Andy Murray's relief and Nick Compton's anger.
David Kelly writes on the opening stages of the Tour de France.
Many would have assumed on awakening to a Lions squad without Brian O’Driscoll in it that the great man had been injured or taken ill in the last 24 hours. They would have been mistaken.
Mark Smith, the Sauber technical director, has left the Formula One team.
More than 550 greyhounds were injured and 14 deaths resulted from racing in Queensland in the first two months of 2016 despite sweeping reforms of the industry ordered following a national live baiting scandal.
Eddie Jones says his England team remain hungry for a first grand slam in 13 years despite having already clinched this year’s RBS Six Nations title with a week to spare.