Sport Damir Dzumhur, world No 188, has reached the third round

When the Grand Slam tournaments upped their prize-money for players knocked out in the early rounds, they were thinking of people like Damir Dzumhur. Listen to the 21-year-old Bosnian's story and you appreciate that there is much more to this sport than the jet-setting world of multimillionaires such as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Joe Hart has come under intense criticism for his errors in the Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich

Early kick-off for Manchester City against Everton gives Joe Hart quick chance to redeem himself, says Samir Nasri

Nasri tips Hart to bounce back immediately and says he remains in among the elite goalkeepers in the world

Brendan Rodgers

Brendan Rodgers relief as Aly Cissokho, Joe Allen, Glen Johnson and Philippe Coutinho near returns for Liverpool

Key players will be welcomed back either this weekend or after the international break

Joe Hart doesn't face stiff enough competition for his place in the team

Comment: For the risk-averse Roy Hodgson there is no possibility of dropping Joe Hart now

The England manager has made clear he will stick with the under-fire Manchester City stopper

Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge

England squad announcement: Wayne Rooney and Daniel Sturridge included for crucial World Cup qualifiers

Roy Hodgson vows to stand by Joe Hart when the Three Lions play Montenegro and Poland at Wembley

Mine-sweeping US Navy dolphins in Croatia to help comb seabed for unexploded bombs

Team of six bottlenoses will use impeccable hearing and sonar capabilities to mark devices dropped during conflicts in the region

Personal touch: Robin van Persie says he and Wayne Rooney 'are similar players in the way we are both all-round'

Manchester United v West Brom: Robin van Persie available after recovering from groin injury

The striker was badly missed in last weekend's humbling by Manchester City

Theo Walcott

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott ruled out of England World Cup qualifiers and is set to undergo surgery on his abdomen

Walcott pulled out of Sunday's match against Stoke just minutes before kick-off with a muscular abdominal injury

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Just three games into the season, Fulham manager Martin Jol labels West Brom game 'must-win'

The Cottagers have lost their last two games after opening day victory against Sunderland

England manager Roy Hodgson (L) and former striker Gary Lineker (R)

Gary Lineker responds to the furore that has surrounded his Twitter comments during England draw with Ukraine

The former Three Lions' striker called their performance 'awful' but received a strong response from current manager Roy Hodgson

Lineker would like to see Michael Carrick in the side

Gary Lineker moves to defuse row with Roy Hodgson after labelling England performance 'awful'

The former captain was critical of the poor passing on show in the World Cup qualifier

RICKIE LAMBERT: Failed to hold the ball up with sufficient regularity and looked overawed by the big occasion. 5/10

Rickie Lambert concedes he faces battle to retain England place despite fine start to international career

Despite fine start to international career, returning strikers will make keeping place difficult

Jack Wilshere struggled and does not look ready to play at this level

Ukraine 0 England 0: Jack Wilshere is not ready for international football - bring back Michael Carrick...

Five things we learned from England's draw in Kiev

England manager Roy Hodgson feels the pressure last night

Comment: England again suffer from Sunday league ball retention in World Cup qualifier against Ukraine

Old problems continue to plague Roy Hodgson's side

Frank Lampard is targeting three points against Ukraine on Tuesday

World Cup qualifier: Ukraine v England match preview

A look ahead to tonight's World Cup qualifier at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev

Frank Lampard speaking to the media in advance of a likely 100th England cap

Frank Lampard desperate to sign off with World Cup swansong

Midfielder to win 100th England cap as he enters last season as international

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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General Election 2015: Imagine if the leading political parties were fashion labels

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