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Pressure on Djokovic - Mauresmo

Amelie Mauresmo, pictured, says the pressure is on Novak Djokovic rather than Andy Murray for their US Open quarter-final

Amelie Mauresmo believes Andy Murray should be able to play freely against Novak Djokovic in their US Open quarter-final because the pressure is on the world number one's shoulders.

Peng secures semi-final spot

Peng Shuai reached her first grand slam semi-final at the 37th attempt (AP)

Sixteen years after heart surgery almost ended her hopes of a tennis career, Peng Shuai reached the US Open semi-finals with victory over 17-year-old Belinda Bencic.

MotoGP set for Donington return

Donington Park's Dunlop Straight will reverberate to the sound of MotoGP in 2015

MotoGP will return to Donington Park for the first time in six years in 2015 but with the decision drawing stinging criticism from Silverstone chiefs.

McGinley: Seeing Luke will be tough

European captain Paul McGinley is dreading his next meeting with Luke Donald after overlooking his former Ryder Cup team-mate for a wild card.

Murray set for Djokovic test

Andy Murray is happy with his form ahead of a US Open quarter-final against Novak Djokovic (AP)

Andy Murray will draw on the memories of the two biggest days of his career when he takes on Novak Djokovic for a place in the semi-finals of the US Open.

Marsh shines in Australia victory

Mitchell Marsh was impressive against South Africa

Mitchell Marsh shone with bat and ball as Australia beat South Africa by 62 runs to book their place in this weekend's triangular series final.

Contador cashes in as rivals falter

Nairo Quintana lost the Vuelta lead after a crash in Tuesday's time trial

Alberto Contador stormed into the leader's red jersery in the Vuelta a Espana after Nairo Quintana crashed and Chris Froome lost more time to his rivals in a dramatic stage 10 time trial on Tuesday.

Bell has broken toe

Ian Bell broke his toe in practice at Edgbaston

Ian Bell has suffered a "small fracture" in his left big toe, the England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed.

England limp to ODI series defeat

Alastair Cook's England side were hammered by India at Edgbaston

Alastair Cook's England one-day international team hit a new low as a nine-wicket hammering at the hands of India completed the captain's fifth successive series defeat.

Rooney sets sights on silverware

Wayne Rooney was named England captain last week

A cloud of pessimism may currently hang over the national side, but Wayne Rooney is convinced he can lead England to their first trophy in half a century.

Falcao arrival excites Rooney

Wayne Rooney is excited by the prospect of playing alongside Radamel Falcao.

Wayne Rooney is excited by the signing of Radamel Falcao, with the Manchester United captain calling it a major signal of intent.

England bowled out for 206

Moeen Ali top-scored for England with 67

Even a gem of an innings from Moeen Ali could salvage a total of only 206 all out for England in the fourth Royal London Series match against India at Edgbaston.

Donald misses out for Europe

Paul McGinley, pictured, has named Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallacher as his three wild cards

European captain Paul McGinley on Tuesday completed his Ryder Cup team for Gleneagles by naming Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Stephen Gallacher as his three wild cards.

Wiggins to ride Tour of Britain

Sir Bradley Wiggins will be back to defend the title he won in last year's Tour of Britain

Sir Bradley Wiggins will defend his Tour of Britain title after being named as the leader of Team Sky's squad for the race, which begins in Liverpool on Sunday.

England lose early wickets

Alex Hales was bowled by Bhuvneshwar Kumar for six

England hit early trouble against India at Edgbaston in their bid to avoid a fifth defeat in their last six one-day international series.

Bell injury blow for England

Ian Bell will sit out the fourth ODI against India

England batsman Ian Bell has been ruled out of the fourth Royal London Series match against India at Edgbaston with a toe injury.

Prem clubs smash spending record

Angel di Maria completed his £59.7m move to Manchester United last week

Premier League clubs have smashed the record for spending on transfers in the summer window after splashing out £835million on new players, according to analysts.