Sport Czech tennis star Tomas Berdych beat third seed David Ferrer to move into the Australian Open semi-finals

The Czech star rattled through the first two sets before overcoming a brief blip in the third to beat the Spaniard 6-1 6-4 2-6 6-4 and book his place in the semi-finals

Ondrej Celustka has joined Sunderland on a season-long loan Trabzonspor

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Defender arrives at the Stadium of Light on season-long loan from Turkish side Trabzonspor

Documents reveal Bank of England sold stolen gold for Nazis

Archived material details how gold bars plundered from Czechoslovakia were sold on behalf of Germany's central bank in 1939

Novak Djokovic congratulates Tomas Berdych after their 2010 duel

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The top seed is bidding for a place in the semi-finals today

Wimbledon 2013: Former champion Petra Kvitova battles through to quarter-finals

Former champion Petra Kvitova battled her way through to the Wimbledon quarter-finals with victory over Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro.

Late show: Serena Williams’ match was moved to Centre Court well after 8pm

Wimbledon 2013: Serena Williams on track to meet Laura Robson in quarter-finals

Defending champion Serena Williams defeated Kimiko Date-Krumm of Japan in straight sets late last night. Date-Krumm, at 42 the oldest woman on the tour, put up a decent fight and it took Williams 35 minutes to take the first set. But she raced away with the second to take the match 6-2 6-0 in 61 minutes.

Last year's giant-killer Lukas Rosol as he made a first-round exit after defeat to Julian Reister

Wimbledon 2013: No heroics this year from giant-killer Lukas Rosol

The lights of Centre Court seemed a long way away for last year's Wimbledon giant-killer Lukas Rosol as he made a first-round exit today.

British No 1 Laura Robson on her way to a 6-3, 6-2 win over Yuliya Beygelzimer

Elena Baltacha powers on while Laura Robson earns test with Caroline Wozniacki

On a day when the defeat of Agnieszka Radwanska, the world No 5 and last year's Wimbledon runner-up, demonstrated the difficulties that grass-court tennis offers even to the very best, the current British No 1 and one of her predecessors proved the value of experience on the sport's most challenging surface.

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Central Europe under water: Floods wreak havoc in Germany and Hungary

Tens of  thousands of people forced to evacuate their homes as further dramatic rises in the levels of the swollen Elbe and Danube rivers continued to cause chaos

Flooded streeets in Dresden's Gohlis district

Thousands of Germans, Hungarians and Czechs evacuated as floods hit central Europe

19,000 people have been evacuated from the flooding in the Czech Republic

German army soldiers patrol the flooded historic old town of Passau, Germany, on 4 June 2013

11 dead in central European floods as Germany is hit and Prague remains under water

Historical centre of Prague spared but suburban areas deluged

Anti-government protesters clash with riot police during a demonstration in Ankara, Turkey

Simon Calder: Turkey and Central Europe travel Q&A amid protests and flooding

Our Travel Editor at Large addresses holiday-makers' concerns over planned trips to these two destinations

The statue of world harmony leader Sri Chinmoy is partially submerged in water from the rising Vltava river in Prague

Eight dead as torrential rain sweeps central Europe and leaves Prague under threat of flooding

At least eight people have died and at least two are missing after heavy rain caused landslides and swelled river waters to dangerously high levels

Petr Gandalovic, the Czech ambassador to the United States, says says he is 'concerned' by Americans confusing his country with Chechnya

Boston Marathon bombings: Czech Republic's ambassador 'concerned' by Americans confusing his country with Chechnya

Many tweets apparently confused the two countries, which are around 1,700 miles apart

Heavy metal singer Randy Blythe from Lamb of God cleared over Czech fan's death

Randy Blythe, the singer for US metal band Lamb of God, had manslaughter charges against him dropped in a Czech court today following a trial over a fan's death at a concert in Prague three years ago.

The officials said that traces of horsemeat were found in

Ikea withdraws meatballs from sale after inspectors find traces of horsemeat

Officials said that traces of horsemeat were found in "beef and pork" meatballs in the UK, Netherlands, Portugal and others

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