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UK News

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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Zverev beats Federer but faces boos over tie-break incidentZverev beats Federer but faces boos over tie-break incident

Roger Federer must wait until 2019 for another chance to reach 100 career titles after semi-final defeat by Alexander Zverev at the ATP Finals.

ATP Finals: Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson to reach finalATP Finals: Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson to reach final

World number one Novak Djokovic puts in a ruthless display to beat Kevin Anderson and reach the final of the ATP Finals in London.

ATP Finals: Crowd boo Alexander Zverev after defeating Roger FedererATP Finals: Crowd boo Alexander Zverev after defeating Roger Federer

Alexander Zverev faces boos during his post-match interview after beating Roger Federer over an incident in which he stopped a point because a ball boy dropped a ball.

'I hope boy doesn't have sleepless night' - Federer defends Zverev and ball boy'I hope boy doesn't have sleepless night' - Federer defends Zverev and ball boy

Roger Federer says his victorious ATP Finals last-four opponent Alexander Zverev did not deserve to be booed afterwards.

BBC Rugby News

Are Ireland now World Cup favourites? Schmidt laughs off Hansen claimAre Ireland now World Cup favourites? Schmidt laughs off Hansen claim

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt dismisses New Zealand counterpart Steve Hansen's claim that the Irish are now the world's number one side.

England's Eddie Jones: 'Fired-up' Japan were what we wantedEngland's Eddie Jones: 'Fired-up' Japan were what we wanted

England head coach Eddie Jones says he was pleased Japan were "fired up" by his pre-match claim that they should "pray, pray, pray".

England women 27-19 Canada: Lark Davies scores twice in battling victoryEngland women 27-19 Canada: Lark Davies scores twice in battling victory

England need two late tries to secure victory over a resilient Canada at Castle Park in Doncaster.

Scotland lament 'what might-have-beens' after South Africa lossScotland lament 'what might-have-beens' after South Africa loss

Scotland are 'a dangerous rugby team' but 'one that still has a lot of growing up to do' says Tom English after their loss to South Africa.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Gareth Southgate: Semi-final would cap 'brilliant year' for EnglandGareth Southgate: Semi-final would cap 'brilliant year' for England

England are intent on reaching another semi-final to cap off a "brilliant year", says manager Gareth Southgate.

McGinn becomes seventh player to pull out of Scotland squadMcGinn becomes seventh player to pull out of Scotland squad

Aston Villa midfielder John McGinn becomes the latest player to drop out of the Scotland squad to face Albania and Israel through injury.

Fulham sack Jokanovic and appoint ex-Leicester boss RanieriFulham sack Jokanovic and appoint ex-Leicester boss Ranieri

Fulham sack manager Slavisa Jokanovic and replace him with Claudio Ranieri, who guided Leicester to the Premier League title in 2016.

Leicester City crash helicopter 'didn't respond to pilot command'Leicester City crash helicopter 'didn't respond to pilot command'

Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died in the crash alongside four others.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England complete first series win in Sri Lanka for 17 yearsEngland complete first series win in Sri Lanka for 17 years

Moeen Ali and Jack Leach bowl England to their first series win in Sri Lanka since 2001 with a 57-run victory in the second Test.

Sri Lanka v England: Joe Root wants team to 'set the trend' in TestsSri Lanka v England: Joe Root wants team to 'set the trend' in Tests

Joe Root says he wants his England team to "set the trend instead of following suit" after winning the Test series in Sri Lanka.

Women's World Twenty20: Australia's Tayla Vlaeminck takes a "staggering" catch v IndiaWomen's World Twenty20: Australia's Tayla Vlaeminck takes a "staggering" catch v India

Australia's Tayla Vlaeminck takes a "staggering" catch on debut to dismiss India's Veda Krishnamurthy in the ICC Women's World Twenty20 group B game.

Joyce sisters retire after Ireland lose to New ZealandJoyce sisters retire after Ireland lose to New Zealand

Isobel and Cecelia Joyce retire from internationals after Ireland lose their final Women's World Twenty20 game to New Zealand by eight wickets.

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