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Croatia's Marin Cilic wins his first Grand Slam title with a straight-sets win over Japan's Kei Nishikori at the US Open.
Glen Johnson emerges as Juve target, Arsene Wenger turned down Micah Richards & David Moyes's reign 'cost United £50m'.
England's win over Switzerland came as a relief for Roy Hodgson, but the defence is still a worry, says Phil McNulty.
Striker Danny Welbeck believes the way England prepared for their Euro 2016 match away to Switzerland "paid off", after he scored both goals in a 2-0 win for Roy Hodgson's team.
Roy Hodgson believes his team are "on the right track", after a 2-0 win away to Switzerland gave England a positive start to their qualification campaign for Euro 2016.
Leading Wales to Euro 2016 qualification would be the greatest achievement of his career, says captain Ashley Williams.
Defending champions Arsenal and Manchester City book their places in the final of the Continental Cup by winning hard-fought semi-finals.
Three of England Women's triumphant World Cup-winning side announce their retirement from international rugby.
The NFL's Baltimore Ravens terminate the contract of star Ray Rice, after the release of a video which appears to show him striking his ex-fiancee.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's European Championship qualifying game between Andorra and Wales.
Sporting Lisbon forward Ryan Gauld grabs a double as Scotland Under-21s win 3-0 away to Luxembourg.
Wales arrive in Andorra ahead of their opening Euro 2016 qualifier against the Group B minnows.
Wing George North says Northampton is now a "home from home" after entering into his second season at Franklin's Gardens.
Former F1 world champion Alain Prost says Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg could remain team-mates for three years.
Michael McNamee and Chris Morgan take a look at the big talking points from Saturday's matches in the Irish Premiership.
Lewis Hamilton knows he is faster than Nico Rosberg - and now the public is on his side, too, says David Coulthard.
Ireland cruise to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Scotland in the first of three one-day internationals in Dublin.
Frankie Dettori loses the ride on the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe favourite, with Thierry Jarnet replacing him.