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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Kvitova books Australian Open semi-final against CollinsKvitova books Australian Open semi-final against Collins

Petra Kvitova reaches her first Grand Slam semi-final since being stabbed in a knife attack as she beats Ashleigh Barty at the Australian Open.

Tsitsipas reaches Australian Open semi-finalsTsitsipas reaches Australian Open semi-finals

Stefanos Tsitsipas beats Roberto Bautista Agut in four sets to continue his superb run in Melbourne and reach the Australian Open semi-finals.

Djokovic confident over fitness after gruelling win over MedvedevDjokovic confident over fitness after gruelling win over Medvedev

Novak Djokovic is confident he will be ready to face Kei Nishikori in the Australian Open quarter-finals after a gruelling last-16 battle against Daniil Medvedev.

Australian Open: Serena Williams admits she knows all the words to FrozenAustralian Open: Serena Williams admits she knows all the words to Frozen

Serena Williams admits having seen Disney classics Frozen and Beauty and the Beast "thousands" of times with her daughter Alexis Olympia.

BBC Rugby News

Iain Henderson to miss Ireland's opening Six Nations games with finger injuryIain Henderson to miss Ireland's opening Six Nations games with finger injury

Ulster's Iain Henderson is set to miss Ireland's opening Six Nations games against England and Scotland because of a finger injury.

Warren Gatland awaiting 'concrete' job offers as Wales tenure draws to closeWarren Gatland awaiting 'concrete' job offers as Wales tenure draws to close

Warren Gatland says he has had no firm job offers with less than a year to go until the end of his tenure as Wales coach.

Scotland call up quartet for Six Nations as injuries biteScotland call up quartet for Six Nations as injuries bite

Scotland call up Luke Crosbie, Matt Smith, Alex Dunbar and Rob Harley to their Six Nations squad as key flanker Hamish Watson drops out.

Premiership club owner Cuddy declared bankrupt as wife takes over NeathPremiership club owner Cuddy declared bankrupt as wife takes over Neath

Mike Cuddy is declared personally bankrupt as his wife Simone takes over as sole director of troubled Neath RFC.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Ronaldo accepts €18.8m deal over tax evasionRonaldo accepts €18.8m deal over tax evasion

The football superstar has signed a deal with Spanish prosecutors that will spare him jail time.

Eden Hazard: Chelsea midfielder 'frustrates' all his coaches but has no plans to changeEden Hazard: Chelsea midfielder 'frustrates' all his coaches but has no plans to change

Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard says he "frustrates" all his managers because they think he needs to "do more" - but hints he will never change his ways.

Jan Siewert: How have three Borussia Dortmund coaches ended up in England?Jan Siewert: How have three Borussia Dortmund coaches ended up in England?

Jan Siewert becomes the third consecutive Borussia Dortmund second-team coach to leave for an English club - Simon Stone looks at why

Onel Hernandez declares love for Argos to delight of fansOnel Hernandez declares love for Argos to delight of fans

The Cuba-born footballer says the catalogue shop is a big reason why he loves living in Norwich.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England in West Indies: Alastair Cook says Ben Foakes has 'changed the dynamic'England in West Indies: Alastair Cook says Ben Foakes has 'changed the dynamic'

England's Test team face a "balancing act" because wicketkeeper Ben Foakes has "changed the dynamic of the side", says former captain Alastair Cook.

India captain Virat Kohli wins three ICC awardsIndia captain Virat Kohli wins three ICC awards

India captain Virat Kohli is named the 2018 cricketer of the year as well as being voted Test and ODI player of the year in the ICC awards.

The start of something big? Why you shouldn't miss England in West IndiesThe start of something big? Why you shouldn't miss England in West Indies

England begin one of the most exciting years in their history with a three-Test series against West Indies - here is why it is worth following.

Test preparation for West Indies series 'not ideal' - AndersonTest preparation for West Indies series 'not ideal' - Anderson

England's preparations for their Test series in the West Indies are "not ideal" but they must "make do", says veteran seam bowler James Anderson.

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