The latest stories from the Sport section of the BBC Sport web site.
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Bob Brett resigns as director of player development at the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and will leave the post this week.
Former Manchester City goalkeeper Carlo Nash is cleared of stalking his ex-wife.
Middlesex sign Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan as an overseas player for their One-Day Cup campaign.
Shaun Wright-Phillips signs for New York Red Bulls and will join his younger brother Bradley at the MLS club.
Assistant manager John Collins is sure Celtic fans will play their part against Qarabag, even if the game is not a sell-out.
Renault Sport boss Cyril Abiteboul demands more respect from Red Bull after two seasons of largely disappointing results.
With the Super League regular season done and dusted, the Rugby Football League's new Super 8s format is upon us.
Warrington's Ben Westwood could miss Saturday's Challenge Cup semi-final against Hull KR because of suspension.
The first World Cup Big Air event since the event was included in the 2018 Winter Olympics is set to take place in London.
Amateur bowler Joe Dawborn takes all 10 wickets to fall in the innings of a club match in Northamptonshire.
Donegal's Karl Lacey will miss Saturday's All-Ireland Football qualifier against Galway because of a knee injury.
Notts County are upset as they are prevented from signing a goalkeeper on loan before Saturday's Women's FA Cup final.
Jack Burnell becomes the first British athlete to qualify directly for the Rio 2016 Olympics in the 10km swimming marathon.
Aston Villa sign Ghana striker Jordan Ayew, as they look to replace Liverpool's Christian Benteke.
Watford make their 10th signing of the summer with the addition of Netherlands forward Steven Berghuis from AZ Alkmaar.
Team Sky's 2015 line-up is their best ever, principal Sir Dave Brailsford says after Chris Froome's Tour de France win.
David Weir fears momentum generated by disabled sport "will die" due to not being in the public eye enough.
Dundee United teenager Robbie Muirhead is on the shortlist for Uefa's goal of the season, along with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Under-pressure England batsman Ian Bell describes Test cricket as a 'brutal environment' ahead of the third Ashes Test.