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Paralympic champion Gordon Reid hopes his part in Britain's recent World Team Cup success can "switch" his year around going into the French Open.The Scot has not reached a singles final in 2019, and has not got past the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam in singles since 2017.Reid, 27, helped GB to World Team Cup victory last month - equalling…
British number two Katie Boulter will miss the Nature Valley Open in Nottingham but hopes to recover from a back injury in time for Wimbledon.The tournament begins on Monday, three weeks before the start of Wimbledon.Boulter, 22, was named in the French Open draw before withdrawing, despite not having not played since Britain's Fed Cup win over Kazakhstan in April.…

Konta semi-final moved to Friday after Wednesday washout

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Wednesday, 05 June 2019 09:54
Johanna Konta's maiden French Open semi-final has been pushed back to Friday after rain washed out Wednesday's play in Paris.The British number one, 28, was set to meet Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova in the last four on Thursday.But downpours on Wednesday meant the remaining women's singles quarter-finals could not be played. They will take place on Thursday instead, with both…

Konta playing better tennis than anybody, says Barker

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Wednesday, 05 June 2019 10:25
Johanna Konta is playing "better tennis than anybody" and can win her maiden Grand Slam title at the French Open, says 1976 champion Sue Barker.The British number one, 28, meets Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova in a last-four match pushed back to Friday by bad weather on Wednesday in Paris.No British woman has reached the Roland Garros final since Barker won…

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer welcome Andy Murray return

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Tuesday, 04 June 2019 13:58
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have welcomed the prospect of Britain's Andy Murray returning to top-level tennis, while admitting his Queen's Club comeback has taken them by surprise.Murray, 32, has not played since hip surgery following the Australian Open.He described his doubles appearance alongside Spain's Feliciano Lopez at the Fever-Tree Championships later this month as "the next step" in his…

Soccer

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

TAA, Salah help Liverpool ease past Rangers

Liverpool bounced back from Saturday's disappointing draw against Brighton and Hove Albion to ease p...

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barca in UCL danger after 1-0 loss at Inter

Barcelona are in danger of failing to make it out of the Champions League group phase after a 1-0 lo...

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Sources: Leverkusen eye Xabi Alonso as boss

Bayer Leverkusen are considering sacking manager Gerardo Seoane and are looking at appointing Xabi A...

Basketball

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

Suns likely to fetch record sale price, bankers say

As Robert Sarver prepares to sell the NBA's Phoenix Suns and WNBA's Phoenix Mercury, investment bank...

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

NBA GMs favor Bucks to win title; Luka for MVP

The Milwaukee Bucks are slight favorites to win the 2023 NBA championship, and Luka Doncic was tappe...

Baseball

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

Nats GM calls Strasburg's 2023 status 'a mystery'

NEW YORK -- Stephen Strasburg's status for 2023 is up in the air after a series of injuries that lim...

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

Mets could start deGrom with shot at first place

NEW YORK -- If the Mets have a shot at finishing in first place in the National League East on Wedne...

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