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Soul-searching starts for Kvitova

Petra Kvitova fears she will be haunted for weeks by her stunning Wimbledon exit as a title defence that looked to be running smoothly came dramatically off the rails.

Ward edged out in five sets

James Ward was unable to stretch his Wimbledon adventure into a second week

James Ward's finest-ever grand slam showing has ended in an agonising five-set defeat to Canada's Vasek Pospisil, with Wimbledon's second week remaining just out of reach.

Clarke boosts Bears to victory

Rikki Clarke excelled with both bat and ball for Birmingham

A fine all-round performance from Rikki Clarke saw Birmingham through to an impressive eight-run victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road.

Ennis-Hill delays Beijing decision

Jessica Ennis-Hill feels her speed is returning but will make a late call over the World Championships

Jessica Ennis-Hill revealed she would make a late call on whether to compete at the World Championships in Beijing in August after proving her speed is returning with a season's best over the 100 metres hurdles at the Sainsbury's British Championships in Birmingham on Saturday.

Button looking to reverse fortune

McLaren Honda's Jenson Button during Paddock Day of the 2015 British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit, Towcester.

Jenson Button has joked that he would welcome the introduction of reversed grids in Formula One such is the woeful form of his McLaren team.

Froome satisfied with Tour start

Chris Froome was content after an opening stage of the Tour de France where an Australian overhauled an Englishman's record at the start of an Ashes summer.

Podolski seals Galatasaray move

Lukas Podolski has left Arsenal to join Galatasaray

Galatasaray have announced the signing of Lukas Podolski from Arsenal, with the Germany international signing an initial three-year deal.

Jankovic revels in shock win

Jelena Jankovic has never got beyond round four of the singles in SW19

Defending champion Petra Kvitova was hustled out by former world number one Jelena Jankovic as the Serbian savoured rare Wimbledon success.

No regrets from beaten Brown

Dustin Brown, pictured, could not follow up his shock victory over Rafael Nadal

Dustin Brown's Wimbledon success story may be over but the German insists his shock second-round victory over Rafael Nadal will stay with him for life after he was beaten in four sets by Viktor Troicki on Saturday.

Harris: Australia fine without me

Ryan Harris has called time on his cricket career

Australia paceman Ryan Harris admits calling time on his cricket career was one of the hardest things he has ever done, but does not believe his absence will diminish the tourists' bowling threat in the Ashes.

Falcao eyes glory with Chelsea

Radamel Falcao will line up for Chelsea next season after a disappointing campaign at Old Trafford

Radamel Falcao is targeting his first silverware in England having joined reigning Premier League champions Chelsea on a season-long loan.

Penalty earns England third place

Fara Williams' penalty earned England third place at the World Cup

England Women claimed the biggest win in their history in Edmonton on Saturday as Fara Williams' extra-time penalty gave them a 1-0 win over Germany and a third-placed finish in the Women's World Cup.

Murray sees off Seppi threat

Andy Murray is through to the second week

Andy Murray is the last Briton standing in the singles at Wimbledon after he overcame a third-set blip to beat Italy's Andreas Seppi and book his place in the fourth round.

Doubles defeat for Watson

Heather Watson, left, and Marina Erakovic, right, suffered doubles heartbreak

Heather Watson was back in action at Wimbledon on Saturday but suffered more final-set misery in the wake of her defeat to Serena Williams.

Serena: I thought I would lose

Serena Williams, pictured, admits she thought she would be beaten by Heather Watson

Serena Williams admits Heather Watson had her contemplating a shock Wimbledon exit before the American came through a three-set thriller on Centre Court.

Hamilton: I had to stay on track

Lewis Hamilton holds a 10-point lead in the Drivers' Championship

Lewis Hamilton has revealed he was determined not to allow his high-profile split from Nicole Scherzinger to scupper his chances of becoming the first British driver to win back-to-back Formula One world championships.

Big names ease through in SW19

Novak Djokovic is on cruise control so far at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka cruised through their third-round tests at Wimbledon as Australian dark horse Nick Kyrgios staked his own claim.

Watson: I'll get her next time

Heather Watson, left, and Serena Williams acknowledge the Centre Court crowd after their superb match

Heather Watson will forever rue squandering the chance to create one of the great Wimbledon upsets, but vowed to beat "best in the world" Serena Williams the next time they play.