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Lewis Hamilton celebrates his victory at the British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton wins British Grand Prix: ‘Underdog’ has his day as luck for once smiles on Hamilton

The start finish straight was swamped in Union Jack flags as the British fans celebrated a first home victory at Silverstone since Hamilton's 2008 triumph

Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes GP drives during final practice ahead of the British Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit

F1 British Grand Prix: Another mistake suggest problem is in Lewis Hamilton’s mind

The former world champion’s mental strength is questioned by Stewart after a further misjudgement hands pole to his Mercedes team-mate

Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time during practice at Silverstone yesterday, although he later suffered engine failure

British Grand Prix 2014 zooms into sporting picture

The World Cup, Wimbledon and the Tour de France all take a back seat for fans at Silverstone this weekend. Kevin Garside joins the campers

Williams driver Susie Wolff made history in practice for the British Grand Prix but it lasted only 22 minutes

British Grand Prix 2014: Susie Wolff the first woman to take part in a Formula One race weekend in 22 years

Wolff may have made history but it only lasted a disappointing four laps

Carly Booth is looking to do well in this week’s ISPS event to qualify for the British Women’s Open

Carly Booth faces bare fact of shooting low scores after furore over naked magazine cover

Pin-up pose and loss of form overshadowed Scot’s early promise but now she’s fighting back

Nick Kyrgios shows his frustration during his Gentlemen's Singles quarter-final match defeat to Milos Raonic

Wimbledon 2014: Showman Nick Kyrgios unable to follow up win over Rafael Nadal

The Australian teenager lost to Milos Raonic who set up a semi-final with Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates after winning his Gentlemen's Singles quarter-final match against Marin Cilic
Nick Kyrgios stretches to play a return to Rafael Nadal in his remarkable upset victory

Wimbledon 2014: Nick Kyrgios, the boy wonder from Down Under, stuns SW19 with victory over Rafael Nadal – the world No 1

As the match wore on, Nadal showed signs of adapting without ever convincing he had the kid’s measure

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Wimbledon 2014: Is this Eugenie Bouchard's year?

Canadian beat Serena Williams' conquerer Alize Cornet today

Eugenie Bouchard of Canada celebrates after winning her Ladies' Singles fourth round match against Alize Cornet

Wimbledon 2014: 'Princess' Eugenie Bouchard has eyes on seizing the throne after beating Serena Williams conquerer Alize Cornet

The Canadian remains on course for her third successive grand slam semi-final

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