• Muguruza breaks down in tears, blasts disrespectful French Open crowd
Muguruza breaks down in tears, blasts disrespectful French Open crowd

Kristina Mladenovic ensured France will have women in the quarterfinals for the first time since 1994 after dumping out fourth seed Muguruza 6-1, 3-6, 6-3. After losing her crown on her 33rd unforced error, she walked off, briefly wagging her finger at the partisan home crowd. Reigning champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia is also through afte...

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  • Thierry Henry reacts to Wenger's new two-year deal
Thierry Henry reacts to Wenger's new two-year deal

The Gunners won the FA Cup after beating Chelsea 2-1 on Saturday and Wenger's new contract was ratified by the club's board this week. Tony Adams fears Arsene Wenger's reign at Arsenal will "end in tears" as he does not believe the Gunners are capable of winning the Premier League over the next two seasons.

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  • Rafeal Nadal enters French Open quarter finals easily
Rafeal Nadal enters French Open quarter finals easily

That is the only important thing for me", said Nadal, whose last grand slam success was the 2014 French Open . Nadal will face fellow Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta who stunned fifth-seeded Milos Raonic 4-6, 7-6 (7/2), 6-7 (6/8), 6-4, 8-6.

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  • Luck and perfect tennis sends Nishikori to French Open QF
Luck and perfect tennis sends Nishikori to French Open QF

Japan's Kei Nishikori looks down in his third round match against Korea's Hyeon Chung at the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris , France. Chung said maybe the match would have been "better for me" if the rain hadn't interrupted play, but still called his run to the third round a "great experience" in Pa...

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  • Real parade in Madrid with 12th UCL trophy
Real parade in Madrid with 12th UCL trophy

While it is unclear as to what sparked the stampede - some say a firecracker, others the falling of a police barrier - officials concurred that the collective panic was caused by fear of a terrorist attack. Against Real Betis in March, he was lucky to avoid a red card before fumbling Antonio Sanabria's strike over the line, but Madrid ran out 2-1 w...

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  • 'Happy' Gareth Bale aims for more trophies at Real Madrid
'Happy' Gareth Bale aims for more trophies at Real Madrid

Bale has been hampered by ankle and calf injuries for much of the season, but the Wales forward was able to play a part in Madrid's 4-1 demolition of Juventus in his hometown after coming on as a 77th-minute replacement for Karim Benzema.

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  • It was probably one of our worst bowling displays: Steve Smith
It was probably one of our worst bowling displays: Steve Smith

He lost his opening partner, Martin Guptill , whose leading edge was caught at point off Hazlewood for 26, and almost lost his own wicket he gave up on an attempted single only to see the throw miss, and Matthew Wade fail to gather the ball cleanly, allowing Ronchi to make his ground.

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  • Draymond Green: 'Going over the edge' won't win me a championship
Draymond Green: 'Going over the edge' won't win me a championship

He finished and that's what he does". If the Cavs can somehow get shots early in the clock while preventing the Warriors from doing the same, great. He's not only averaging a triple double for the series, he's posted a double double in the first half of each game. But heading to Cleveland, we're going to have to be a lot smarter.

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  • Rogic & Mooy to spark Socceroos
Rogic & Mooy to spark Socceroos

It's not easy at all. I played 42 games in my first season in England, which I was very happy about. "Every time there's a game on, even if I'm exhausted I don't care". Reading manager Jaap Stam paid tribute to his players after the agonising defeat. Now Sun journalist Alan Nixon says on his personal Twitter feed (below) that the Terriers might ...

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  • LeBron James Gets Snippy With Reporter Over Dumb NBA Finals Question
LeBron James Gets Snippy With Reporter Over Dumb NBA Finals Question

Durant became only the third player in NBA history to score 25 points in his first seven NBA Finals appearances, joining Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal. We've been here. The guys that were here previous year understand it's the hardest thing to do is to try to close out a series and we've got two more games to go.

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  • Karen Khachanov ousts John Isner, last US man at French Open
Karen Khachanov ousts John Isner, last US man at French Open

Cornet's only moment of trouble came from a hard bounce of the ball as it flew under her racket at 30-15 in the final game. Khachanov is playing at Roland Garros for the first time. "After each round, I'm not thinking about winning", he said . Wawrinka, the 2015 French Open champion, won the last of their four career meetings six years ago...

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  • Seahawks sign QB, but it's not Colin Kaepenick
Seahawks sign QB, but it's not Colin Kaepenick

The team waived quarterback Jake Heaps . "While that could change if their starter suffers a serious injury, the reluctance of a team driven by competition to embrace a competitive option seems odd - unless the Seahawks don't want to have an in-house option to which the Russell Wilson resenters can point if/when he struggles during the regular sea...

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  • Trump renews Twitter attack on London's Muslim mayor
Trump renews Twitter attack on London's Muslim mayor

On Sunday, a spokesman for the London mayor said he was working with the police, emergency services and government to coordinate the response to the attack, and had "more important things to do" than to respond to Trump. He also called Mr Trump's views on Islam "ignorant", leading the NY billionaire to challenge him to an IQ test . Trump is ex...

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  • Aldo-Holloway at UFC 212 marks new featherweight era
Aldo-Holloway at UFC 212 marks new featherweight era

A straight right-hand shot dropped Aldo and Holloway jumped on his downed opponent. It's become very fashionably for newly-installed UFC champions to immediately call for money fights. Although Holloway and Aldo have shown huge pedigree in their championship fights, Rogan believes there can be no debate. "If you want it, come see me".

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  • When is Game 3 of the NBA Finals?
When is Game 3 of the NBA Finals?

Alexa is ready to help you out. After a disappointing loss in game one, the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to rebound and even the series before heading home to Cleveland. "It's going to be a wrestling match down there, and you have to keep it going and make it tough for them and just try to wear them out", said Cavs center Tristan Thompson ,...

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  • Andy Murray reaches 650 career wins with victory at French Open
Andy Murray reaches 650 career wins with victory at French Open

The Swiss goes on to face Croatian seventh seed Marin Cilic for a spot in the semi-finals. Cilic was leading 6-3, 3-0 against Kevin Anderson when the unseeded South African pulled out with a left thigh injury. Fourth round: No. 2 Novak Djokovic beat No. 19 Albert Ramos-Vinolas, No. 4 Rafael Nadal beat No. 17 Roberto Bautista Agut, No. 6 Dominic...

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  • Stephen Curry roasted LeBron James with this dazzling dribbling display
Stephen Curry roasted LeBron James with this dazzling dribbling display

If "King" James and the Cavaliers don't take advantage at Oracle Arena, the Warriors will stretch their National Basketball Association playoff win streak record to 14 games and could become the first champions to run undefeated through the playoffs by winning Wednesday and Friday in Cleveland.

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  • Warriors roll to 2-0 NBA Finals lead
Warriors roll to 2-0 NBA Finals lead

Coach Steve Kerr returned from an 11-game absence due to a health issue and inspired a 14th straight win for the Warriors , his franchise setting a new National Basketball Association record for consecutive playoff victories. Now, Golden State is headed to Northeast Ohio needing just two more - yet don't count on anybody considering this series ...

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  • Longoria and Morrison homer in 15th, Rays outlast Twins 8
Longoria and Morrison homer in 15th, Rays outlast Twins 8

They wasted chances to score. He's been a little up-and-down so far but you look at his pace and what he's doing and there are some good things. "We're seeing at times he kind of expands the field, and I think it works to his favor when he does", Twins manager Paul Molitor said.

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  • Australia eye a better show against Bangladesh
Australia eye a better show against Bangladesh

Tamim Iqbal (who scored a century) and Mushfiqur Rahim's performances with the bat were encouraging signs for Bangladesh in the competition's opener. Australia would expect a better show from their bowlers when they clash with the ever-improving Bangladesh . "We have been briefed by our security team this morning and they are comfortable w...

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