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Andy Murray column: My first Wimbledon, the Lions, and learning from boxing

Andy Murray column: My first Wimbledon, the Lions, and learning from boxing

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Media playback is not supported on this device Wimbledon 2017 on the BBCVenue: All England Club Dates: 3-16 July Starts: 11:30 BSTLive: Coverage across BBC TV, BBC Radio and BBC Sport website with further coverage on Red Button, Connected TVs and app. Click for full times.When I first played at Wimbledon I ate pizza before my matches and was staying in someone's basement, so I've come a pretty long way.I didn't actually know that I was through to my 10th Wimbledon quarter-final until someone told me after Monday's match.This is the tournament, and Centre Court is the place, where I've played my best tennis, and I guess that consistency proves it.I lost that first quarter-final in 2008 in straight sets to Rafael Nadal, and I must admit I ...
Super League news: Junior Sa'u charged with grade B offence for knocking out Kallum Watkins

Super League news: Junior Sa'u charged with grade B offence for knocking out Kallum Watkins

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Junior Sa'uMonday, July 10, 2017Salford centre Junior Sa'u has been charged with a grade B offence following the tackle that knocked out England international Kallum Watkins.Sa'u was sin-binned for the tackle during his side's 50-24 Super League defeat by Leeds Rhinos on Sunday and has been charged by the Rugby Football League's match review panel.A grade B offence carries a ban of one or two matches. Sa'u has the option of submitting an early-guilty plea, which would rule him out of Friday's league game at Castleford.Warrington's veteran forward Ben Westwood could be set for another spell on the sidelines.Westwood, who served a four-match ban earlier in the season for striking, made his comeback from a broken hand in the Wolves' 50-10 win over Leigh on Friday but has been charged with a g...
Moeen spins England to first-Test win – report, reaction & video clips

Moeen spins England to first-Test win – report, reaction & video clips

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Media playback is not supported on this device First Investec Test, Lord's, day fourEngland 458 & 233: Cook 69, Bairstow 51, Maharaj 4-85South Africa 361 & 119: Bavuma 21, Moeen 6-53, Dawson 2-34England win by 211 runs; 1-0 up in four-game seriesScorecardMoeen Ali ripped through South Africa's batting to give England a 211-run win in the first Test on a wonderfully entertaining fourth day at Lord's. Off-spinner Moeen took 6-53 for match figures of 10-112 as the Proteas, set 331 to win, were bowled out for 119. England had earlier collapsed from their overnight 119-1, dragged to 233 by Jonny Bairstow's 51. The win is England's first in seven Tests and gives Joe Root victory in his first match as captain. It came moments after Engl...
Manchester United FC news: Lukaku didn't have to think twice about joining 'biggest club in the world'

Manchester United FC news: Lukaku didn't have to think twice about joining 'biggest club in the world'

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Romelu Lukaku has described Man United as ‘the biggest club in the world’ and admits he didn’t have to think twice about joining when the opportunity arose.United announced on Saturday they had reached an agreement with Everton to sign the 24-year-old in a deal understood to be worth an initial £75m.Lukaku, who has been on holiday in America, is now set to put the finishing touches on the switch and should then be able to link up with Jose Mourinho's side on their pre-season tour of the States."It's the biggest club in the world. It's a club that's hungry to win the league again, to be dominant in the world again,” he told ESPN."This is the sort of opportunity that I always wanted since I was a child and when they came calling I didn't have to think twice."The club are flying to the United