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BBC Sport

French Open 2018: Rafael Nadal favourite, no Andy Murray or Roger Federer, Serena Williams 'can win'

Rafael Nadal is still the man to beat when the French Open begins on Sunday, while Serena Williams plays her first Grand Slam since giving birth.

NBA champions Golden State one game from play-off elimination

Reigning champions Golden State Warriors are on the brink of missing out on the NBA Finals following a 98-94 defeat by the Houston Rockets.

Yates set to lose Giro d'Italia lead as fellow Briton Froome attacks

Britain's Simon Yates is set to lose the leader's pink jersey at the Giro d'Italia after falling well adrift on stage 19.

Lauded by Hamilton and Vettel - just how good is Sauber's Leclerc?

Charles Leclerc is turning heads in his maiden F1 season, and even has two four-time champions in his corner. Andrew Benson explores his potential.

Toby Alderweireld and Fred among Man Utd transfer targets

Manchester United make enquiries about Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld and Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.

'Men can't box me' - dreaming of Tokyo 2020 from a dirt ring in Nigeria

A group of female boxers who train in a makeshift boxing ring in the dirt plan to take gold at the 2020 Olympics.

Lyon score four in extra-time to beat Wolfsburg in Women's Champions League final

Lyon claim a third straight Women's Champions League title as they fight back to beat 10-player Wolfsburg in extra time.

Monaco Grand Prix: Campaigner wants end to 'sexual objectification' of women in sport

Boxer Stacey Copeland says it is wrong to objectify women after Lewis Hamilton hailed the return of "beautiful" women to the F1 grid.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds

England v Pakistan: Ben Stokes dismisses Asad Shafiq for 59

Ben Stokes dismisses Asad Shafiq for 59 as England look to make inroads during the afternoon session on day two of the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's.

Watch: Wood removes Sohail as England struggle

Mark Wood dismisses Haris Sohail for 39 as England struggle to take wickets on the second morning of the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's.

Jonathan Agnew: New summer, same old problems for England

Jonathan Agnew reflects on some familiar England errors as the hosts are all out for 184 on day one of the first Test with Pakistan.

Steve Smith & David Warner: Banned Australia pair set to play in Canadian league

Former Australia captain Steve Smith will return to cricket as a marquee player at the Global T20 Canada league, with David Warner also expected to play.

Pint-sized TMS: Pakistan dominate as England collapse to 184 all out in the first Test

Pakistan dominate day one of the first Test at Lord's as England are bowled out for 184 before the tourists reach 50-1 at close.

Ex-England opener Carberry 'relieved of Leicestershire captaincy'

Paul Horton is named Leicestershire captain after ex-England opener Michael Carberry is relieved of the role.

England v Pakistan: Tourists told not to wear smart watches by anti-corruption officials

Pakistan players will stop wearing smart watches after they were visited by anti-corruption officials in the first Test against England at Lord's.

England v Pakistan: Hosts bowled out for 184 in first Test at Lord's

England's new summer begins with old failings as they are bowled out for 184 by Pakistan on day one of the first Test at Lord's.

BBC Football News

How will Real Madrid deal with Liverpool's 'Red Arrows'?

Ex-Liverpool defender Stephen Warnock on the key Champions League final battles and the crucial decisions facing Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

Sunderland appoint St Mirren boss Ross as manager

Jack Ross says he is taking charge of an "incredible football club" after being confirmed as Sunderland's new manager.

50 Great World Cup moments: Roberto Baggio's missed penalty - 1994

With 20 days until the 2018 World Cup, BBC Sport remembers Roberto Baggio's infamous decisive penalty in the 1994 final.

Toby Alderweireld and Fred among Man Utd transfer targets

Manchester United make enquiries about Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld and Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.

'The pressure is relentless' - Lawro on the psychology of becoming European champions

How nerves, pressure and expectation will play their part in the Champions League final, by Liverpool’s 1984 European Cup winner Mark Lawrenson.

Can you name the past 10 Championship play-off winners in two minutes?

It's known as the richest game in football - but how many of the past 10 clubs to win the Championship play-off final can you name?

Champions League: Sadio Mane sends 300 Liverpool shirts to hometown

Liverpool's Sadio Mane donates 300 shirts to locals in his hometown in Senegal so they can wear them during the Champions League final.

Liverpool fans' fury over cancelled Champions League final flights

Liverpool fans had paid up to £2,000 for trips to Kiev to watch their team take on Real Madrid.

BBC Rugby News

Daly to start at full-back against Barbarians

Elliot Daly will make his first start at full-back for England in Sunday's non-cap match against the Barbarians at Twickenham.

Pressure is a good thing - Farrell on captaincy, his dad & his famous stare

Owen Farrell speaks to 5 live's Sonja McLaughlan about accepting the England captaincy, the pressure and his famous stare.

Defending champions v European kings - the dream Pro14 final

Defending champions Scarlets take on European winners Leinster on Saturday in Dublin in the battle to be crowned the Pro14 winners.

'Exeter and Saracens to serve up spectacular final'

Jeremy Guscott looks forward to a "mouth-watering" Premiership final at Twickenham between Exeter Chiefs and Saracens.

Beno Obano: Injury sustained on England camp could rule Bath prop out for 12 months

Bath prop Beno Obano is out for up to 12 months after suffering ligament and tendon damage while training with England.

Premiership final preview: Exeter v Saracens (Sat)

Team news and preview as Exeter Chiefs take on Saracens in the Premiership final at Twickenham (15:00 BST).

Friend to take charge at Connacht on three-year deal

Andy Friend will arrive as Connacht's new head coach in June after signing a three-year deal to succeed Kieran Keane.

I still believe I can play for England - Ashton

Toulon wing Chris Ashton says he still believes he can play for England and is convinced he can change head coach Eddie Jones' mind.

BBC Tennis News

French Open 2018: Rafael Nadal favourite, no Andy Murray or Roger Federer, Serena Williams 'can win'

Rafael Nadal is still the man to beat when the French Open begins on Sunday, while Serena Williams plays her first Grand Slam since giving birth.

Lyon Open: Cameron Norrie beaten by Gilles Simon in semi-final

Cameron Norrie's run at the Lyon Open ends as the Briton is beaten 6-1 7-6 (8-6) by France's Gilles Simon in the semi-final.

Williams to face Pliskova in Paris; Nadal drawn against Dolgopolov

Three-time champion Serena Williams will play Czech Kristyna Pliskova in the first round of the French Open.

Lyon Open: Cameron Norrie beats John Isner to reach first ATP semi-final

Great Britain's Cameron Norrie beats world number 10 John Isner to reach semi-finals of Lyon Open.

World number 84 Kicker found guilty of match-fixing

World number 84 Nicolas Kicker is found guilty of match-fixing offences.

French Open 2018: Gabriella Taylor beaten by Mariana Duque-Marino in qualifying

Great Britain's Gabriella Taylor fails to qualify for the French Open after a 6-4 6-4 defeat by Mariana Duque-Marino.

French Open 2018: First open winner Nancy Richey on prize money & Paris riots 50 years ago

The French Open became the first Grand Slam to offer prize money 50 years ago - but champion Nancy Richey could not accept her winnings.

Is Zverev a Grand Slam champion in the making?

Alexander Zverev starts the French Open as the second seed and the ATP Tour's leading match-winner this year. Russell Fuller charts the 21-year-old's rise.