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Tiger Woods finished on one over par after a terrible start

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Former world No 1 closes on one over par after poor start

Moeen Ali has taken advice from Joe Root and Jos Buttler about how to bat with the England tailenders

Moeen Ali hopes to turn a corner after being sent back to shires

Moeen has been told to ready himself for the Test series against Australia by getting overs under his belt

Tiger Woods practises ahead of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village

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Former world No 1 inspects the new home of the US Open before heading to the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village

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Danny Cipriani arrested: The time for excuses is gone, but England fly-half may have let his Rugby World Cup position slip away

Cipriani was arrested in the early hours of Monday morning on suspicion of drink driving, but what was he doing out at 5.15am in the first place?

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Anthony Joshua can be a global giant of boxing but is being hidden behind a paywall

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Jessica Ennis Hill of Great Britains recovers in a ice bath after day two of the women's heptathlon during the Hypomeeting Gotzis

Jessica Ennis-Hill roars straight back to book defence of her Olympic crown in Rio

Olympic gold-medallist does enough to qualify for World Championships in Beijing - but may not compete

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Jessica Ennis-Hill

Jessica Ennis-Hill: Coming back is one of my toughest challenges say Olympic gold medallist ahead of heptathlon in Götzis

Ennis-Hill is seeking the qualifying score for next year’s Olympics in her first heptathlon since 2012 this weekend

Rory McIlroy at the Irish Open

Irish Open 2015: Another cut missed but no disaster for Rory McIlroy

Respectable round follows disastrous 80

Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke has the world at his feet, according to manager Tim Sherwood

Aston Villa transfer news: Tim Sherwood tells Christian Benteke to stay - then land Real Madrid deal

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