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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.

Frank Lampard is targeting three points against Ukraine on Tuesday

World Cup qualifiers: Frank Lampard looking for victory against Ukraine as England midfielder targets 100th appearance

England's World Cup future lies in their hands after win against Moldova, but victory in Kiev is crucial if England are to top group

Roman Zozulya has been one of the keys to Ukraine’s resurgence this year and he remains in a streak of exceptional form

Ukraine will look to their Wayne Rooney clone, Roman Zozulya

He might look familiar as England play their crucial World Cup qualifier in Kiev

James Milner and Leighton Baines train with England

James Milner to benefit from Danny Welbeck suspension

He may not get fans on the edge of their seats but Roy Hodgson is acutely aware James Milner could be the ideal man to give England a hefty shove towards the World Cup.

England’s Ross Barkley makes headway against Moldova

England 4 Moldova 0: ‘Suspension is difficult to get my head round’

Welbeck ‘unbelievably unfortunate’ to get yellow card, claims England manager

Hodgson praised Spurs, Everton and Liverpool for giving opportunities to youngsters

'Let's not kid ourselves': Greg Dyke plays down England's chances of success at 2014 World Cup

The FA chairman has set the target of winning the 2022 tournament in Qatar

Greg Dyke has set out to temper optimism

Comment: England expects? No it doesn't. The FA chairman, Greg Dyke, delivers a refreshing dose of realism

Thank God for Greg Dyke advising us to put away all thoughts of lifting the World Cup before 2022

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Chelsea

Michael Carrick defends Wayne Rooney's absence from England squad due to head wound

The Manchester United striker has a deep gash on his forehead

Roy Hodgson: The England manager has re-jigged his squad after several injuries

Roy Hodgson happy to see England plans undisrupted by transfer deadline day

Some England players had been linked with late moves but none came to fruition

The Maracana stadium during the Confederations Cup final

2014 World Cup tickets go on sale...so how much will it cost you if England go all the way?

We take a look at how ticket prices and accommodation costs could soon escalate out of control

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England v Scotland preview: Manchester United trio to start for Three Lions

Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley selected in Roy Hodgson's starting XI

Ferdinand won the last of his 81 caps in June 2011

Rio Ferdinand claims England must forge a national identity to be successful even if it means missing out on a major tournament

Former international defender says missing a World Cup or European Championship might be need if England are to catch their rivals in having a style of play throughout all age groups

Gay activists march during Montenegro’s first pride event in the seaside resort of Budva

Violence mars Montenegro’s first gay rally

Several hundred people shouting “Kill the gays” attacked gay activists and clashed with police in an effort to disrupt the first ever pride event in staunchly conservative Montenegro, which is seeking to improve its human rights record as it bids to join the European Union.

Stevan Jovetic

Transfer talk: Door opens to Manchester United or Manchester City to make move for Stevan Jovetic as Juventus rule themselves out of the running

Both City and United are interested in signing the striker, but Juventus coach Antonio Conte admits the transfer is too much for the Italian champions

From Uncle Tom to Uncle Sam: a jubilant Democrat delegate, dressed
head-to-foot in the Stars and Stripes

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Today the United States of America is celebrating its Independence Day. But at 237 years old, Uncle Sam is actually relatively elderly. Here are the four young whippersnappers of international relations:

Bus carrying Romanian tourists fell from notorious bridge in Montenegro

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