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Aljaz Bedene will not be able to play in the Davis Cup for Great Britain

Bedene suffers Davis Cup blow

British number two Aljaz Bedene will not be allowed to represent Great Britain in the Davis Cup, the International Tennis Federation has announced.

First cup win for Inverness

Inverness won the William Cup Scottish Cup for the first time in the club's 21-year-history after a 2-1 win over Falkirk thanks to a dramatic 86th-minute goal by substitute James Vincent.

Sarries claim Premiership crown

Saracens created Aviva Premiership history at Twickenham as they beat Bath 28-16 to be crowned English champions for a second time in five years.

Murray was ready for Kyrgios

Andy Murray powered through to the fourth round of the French Open

Andy Murray says he came ready for Nick Kyrgios' flamboyant style of play as the British number one sealed his place in the French Open last 16 with a straight-sets win over the Australian.

Gill rejects FIFA ExCo role

David Gill has confirmed he has rejected a place on FIFA's executive committee

Football Association vice-chairman David Gill says the "terribly damaging events" of the past week convinced him to reject a place on FIFA's executive committee while Sepp Blatter is still president.

Farah wins in Oregon

Mo Farah ran a season's best time in Eugene

Mo Farah clocked the fastest 10,000 metres of 2015 as he claimed victory on the first day of the Diamond League event in Eugene on Friday.

Khan targets Mayweather after win

Amir Khan claimed a unanimous decision in New York

Amir Khan once again set his sights on a fight with pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather after claiming a unanimous points win over battling American Chris Algieri in New York on Friday night.

Blatter denies Warner payment

Sepp Blatter will remain as president of FIFA

Sepp Blatter has insisted he was not the high-ranking FIFA official who authorised a 10million US dollar payment to the disgraced Jack Warner saying: "Definitely that's not me."

Lyth hits maiden Test century

Adam Lyth celebrates his maiden Test century

Adam Lyth registered his first Test century at his home ground of Headingley to lift England towards a dominant position on day two of the second Investec Test against New Zealand.

Gayle storm hits Essex

Chris Gayle was in fine form as Somerset beat Essex in the T20 Blast

Chris Gayle was Somerset's star as they secured a thrilling last-ball, three-wicket victory over Essex in their NatWest T20 Blast clash at Chelmsford.

Wenger always focused on future

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is focused on collective glory rather than his sixth FA Cup

Arsene Wenger will continue to look to the future, rather than reflect on past glories, if Arsenal can win his sixth FA Cup in Saturday's final with Aston Villa.

Blatter battered but not beaten

Sepp Blatter will serve a fifth term as FIFA president, following Friday's election in Zurich

Sepp Blatter was voted in for four more years as FIFA president - but only after his rival inflicted a "bloody nose" on the 79-year-old.

Figo: Football loses with Sepp win

Luis Figo, pictured, maintained 'football has lost' after Sepp Blatter was re-elected as FIFA president

Luis Figo insists "football has lost" after Sepp Blatter was re-elected for a fifth term as FIFA president despite widespread calls for him to step down over the corruption scandal engulfing the world governing body.

Lancaster: Hartley too big a risk

England head coach Stuart Lancaster, pictured, has run out of patience with Dylan Hartley

Stuart Lancaster removed Dylan Hartley from his World Cup plans after losing patience with the England hooker's inability to address his self-destructive streak.

Burger: I'm a crazy man on pitch

Jacques Burger turns into the 'crazy man' when he plays

Saracens flanker Jacques Burger will transform into the "crazy man" one final time this season when he faces Bath in Saturday's Aviva Premiership final.

Gutierrez and Taylor leave Magpies

Jonas Gutierrez's long association with Newcastle is coming to an end

Newcastle have announced they are releasing Jonas Gutierrez, less than a week after he helped the club stave off relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

Harrington falters as McIlroy exits

Rory McIlroy struggled in his home country

Padraig Harrington was frustrated not to be in a commanding position to win a second Irish Open title as tournament host Rory McIlroy missed the cut for the third year in succession.

Sharapova sails through

Maria Sharapova, right, shakes hands with Samantha Stosur after beating her in straight sets at Roland Garros

Defending champion Maria Sharapova made a potentially tricky third-round encounter look easy as she beat Australia's Samantha Stosur 6-3 6-4 at the French Open.

Dyke cannot see Sepp lasting course

Greg Dyke, pictured, would be 'very surprised' if Sepp Blatter was still FIFA president in two years

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says he would be "very surprised" if Sepp Blatter was still FIFA president in two years, insisting he has been given "a bloody nose".