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  • One step closer to an all-Williams final

    Serena and Venus Williams close in on a fifth all-sister Wimbledon final while beaten quarter-finalist Dominika Cibulkova prepares to rush back to Slovakia to get ready for her wedding.

  • Cibulkova mulls wedding postponement

    Dominika Cibulkova could be forced to postpone her wedding after a shock Wimbledon win over world number three Agnieszka Radwanska, while Serena and Venus Williams march into the quarter-finals.

  • Rain helps Djokovic fight another day

    World number 1 and Wimbledon defending champion Novak Djokovic goes perilously close to exiting the tournament at the earliest stage since 2008 before rain intervenes.

  • Nadal in race to reach Rio

    Rafael Nadal faces a battle to qualify for the Rio Olympics after the International Tennis Federation announced the entry list for the 2016 Games.

  • Serena, Murray breeze through

    Williams, Murray and Wawrinka go through to the second round at Wimbledon while Nick Kyrgios has yet another fallout with the chair umpire.

  • Superstars, super coaches and selfie sticks

    One hundred and forty thousand punnets of strawberries ripened to perfection, 256 players dreaming of singles glory, 19 courts trimmed with precision - all for two weeks and one tournament. Wimbledon is here.

  • Serena passes Sharapova

    Serena Williams may have been second best at the French Open on Saturday but the American has moved ahead of fellow tennis player Maria Sharapova to top the women's earnings list in sports, according to Forbes Magazine.

  • Serena tops Sharapova

    Two days after her stunning loss to Garbine Muguruza in the French Open final, Serena Williams scores a different win when Forbes Magazine reported she has overtaken Maria Sharapova as the world's highest-paid sportswoman.

  • An original departs

    The sporting week that ended Sunday was one made poignant by the passing of the People's Champion, Muhammad Ali. That was swiftly followed by Novak Djokovic galloping away from the chasing pack by winning the French Open for the first time and in the process creating a host of records. For these and much more, read our weekly sports review.

  • Organisers under fire as rain rules RG

    The 10th day of the French Open sees just two matches completed and resultant backlog means players, including top seeds Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams, face playing four days in a row.