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Rafael Nadal extravagantly celebrates his unconvincing first-round win over Thomaz Bellucci on Court No 1
REPORTRafa Nadal vs Thomaz Bellucci: Any win was a mercy, because the early rounds have not been kind to the Spaniard ever since he took the second of his titles here five years ago
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COLUMNThe Wimbledon Files: Milos Raonic is getting close to becoming a contender
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REPORTPetra Kvitova v Kiki Bertens: Reigning champion's first round victory was a good advert for tennis...because it was about as long as one
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REPORT Briton fought back from two sets down to win thriller
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Mo Farah will return to the track at the Diamond League meeting in Monaco on 17 July
AthleticsMo Farah has called on Alberto Salazar to prove his innocence to the public
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Ruby Walsh on Kauto Star head for Gold Cup glory in 2009
racingLegendary horse dies following injury in fall at paddock
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cricketThe Ashes: England's nemesis ridicules bowler's plea to play Ashes in right spirit
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more WimbledonAs Lleyton Hewitt said goodbye, talented 20-year-old Nick Kyrgios got himself in some bother, writes Ian Herbert
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REPORTDjokovic vs Kohlschrebier: World No 1 eventually beat tough German
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REPORTSerena vs Gasparyan: It’s a big fortnight for Serena Williams.
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REPORTSharapova vs Konta: Johanna Konta's wait for a first-round victory at Wimbledon continues
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There were a few distractions as defending champion Novak Djokovic begun his campaign
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more cricketThe Ashes: Australian paceman has dealt with flak and can help his team-mates cope with pressure
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Prior alongside England captain Alastair Cook after winning the 2013 Ashes
The Ashes: Cook has hit two Test centuries in the last two months
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Mitchell Claydon goes for another big hit during his quickfire 53 off just 27 balls against Australia on Sunday. The tourists, though, still ran out comfortable winners by 255 run
The Ashes: Aussie coach was speaking after his side beat Kent by 255 runs in first match of tour
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Good vibe: Broad says Ashes crowds are different
The Ashes: The team's new, vibrant approach has clearly lifted their supporters, and there is a determination among the players that it should continue
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olympicsHuge TV deal could see the Games taken away from the Beeb
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A view of spectators on 'Henman Hill' in 2014
TennisThose heading to Wimbledon urged to prepare
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Amber Hill wins shooting gold for Great Britain
EUROPEAN GAMESBaku 2015: Including when Amber Hill shot for gold
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Nelson Piquet Jnr on his way to winning the Formula E title
MOTOR RACINGFormula E: Piquet dramatically clinches first Formula E world title
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Paulinho and Jamie Carragher
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Steven Gerrard and wife Alex arrive in America
There was no frenzy for the former Liverpool captain
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