Sport Blue wonder: Andy Murray is hot favourite to follow up his win against Feliciano Lopez and reach the quarter-finals

On his day, he can be as cultured on court as he is off it so Briton needs to beware 

Wimbledown: Order of Play

All courts noon start except Centre and No1 (1pm).

Kaisterlautern player injured in tree plunge

Kaiserslautern striker Adam Nemec needed surgery for a broken collarbone and will be out for about three months after falling from a cherry tree at his home, the club said on today.

Monday 20 June: Today's order of play

Centre Court

Video: Alleged cannibal arrested after gun battle

Slovakian police have arrested an alleged would-be cannibal following a gunbattle that seriously injured an undercover officer.

Deaflympics: The rubbish tycoon and the games that were dumped

Sporting event cancelled after an alleged €11m fraud

'Fake' bride and groom arrested

A bride and groom were led away in handcuffs yesterday by police and UK Border Agency staff who had raided a wedding ceremony as part of an investigation into sham marriages.

Jirí Dienstbier: Czech politician who supported the ‘Prague Spring’ and served in his country’s first post-Communist government

Jirí Dienstbier was Czechoslovakia's first post-Communist foreign minister, who secured his place in history for his prominent part in the dissident movement, led by Václav Havel, that played a decisive role in the "velvet revolution" that peacefully overthrew the Prague Communist regime in 1989. From 1998 to 2001 he served as special rapporteur for the UN Human Rights Commission in the former Yugoslavia.

Gang treated migrant workers 'like slaves'

A gang recruited migrant workers and then treated them as "slaves", forcing them to live in dirty, cramped conditions as they picked leeks that would ultimately be sold to Tesco and Waitrose, a court heard today.

Hamsik could leave Napoli

The agent of Napoli’s Slovakia midfielder Marek Hamsik has admitted that there is a chance that his client could be tempted away from the San Paolo in the near future.

Trapattoni praises Ireland duo after draw

Giovanni Trapattoni hailed the performances of replacements Shane Long and Keith Fahey as the Republic of Ireland picked up a vital point in Zilina from last night's Euro 2012 qualifier against Slovakia.

Long looks to fill Doyle's boots and help Republic bounce back

Shane Long has told Giovanni Trapattoni he is ready to lead the line for the Republic of Ireland in their crucial qualifier against Slovakia tonight.

Trapattoni low on options after Doyle is ruled out

Giovanni Trapattoni reviewed Ireland's European Championship prospects and said of his striking options, "I always say that I hope we avoid injury because if we lose Robbie Keane or Kevin Doyle at this moment there are no options."

Great Works: The Yawner(c. 1770), Franz Xaver Messerschmidt

Szepmuveszeti Museum, Budapest

Cycling: Velits up to third after time-trial win

Vincenzo Nibali retained the lead in the Tour of Spain as Peter Velits won yesterday's individual time trial in Penafiel, his first stage win of the season. Velits, from Slovakia, was 12 seconds quicker than nearest challenger Denis Menchov and now lies third overall.

Ancelotti rests Cole for Chelsea's Slovakian trip

Ashley Cole will not fly to Slovakia with Chelsea for tomorrow's Champions League group game against Slovakians MSK Zilina as he has been rested by the manager Carlo Ancelotti.

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