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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Pliskova claims fourth WTA title of year at the Zhengzhou Open

Karolina Pliskova won her fourth WTA title of 2019 at the Zhengzhou Open with a straight sets victory over Croatia's Petra Martic

South African officials prevent early release of rapist Hewitt

Bob Hewitt, 79, has his early release on parole suspended following a public outcry.

ATP Cup: Andy Murray uses protected ranking to ensure Great Britain a place

Great Britain will be part of the line-up for January's inaugural ATP Cup after Andy Murray's late decision to enter.

Clijsters, 36, to make comeback in 2020

Former world number one Kim Clijsters is "inspired" by other mothers such as Serena Williams.

BBC Rugby News

Rugby World Cup 2019: England will peak in Japan, says Jonny May

England winger Jonny May says his side "will peak" and are ready to "do something very special" at the World Cup, which begins on Friday.

Ireland's Kearney could be fit for Scotland opener

Ireland full-back Rob Kearney is likely to train this week and could play in Sunday's game against Scotland despite a calf injury.

Six Nations stake sale to private equity firm CVC moves closer

The Six Nations "enters into an exclusive period of negotiation" with private equity firm CVC to sell a stake in rugby's oldest championship.

Horne hopes try threat catches Townsend's eye in Japan

George Horne may be Scotland's third-choice scrum-half, but his prolific try threat gives coach Gregor Townsend a different option.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Anwar El Ghazi and Tyrone Mings: Aston Villa pair's clash 'put to bed'

A clash between Aston Villa's Anwar El Ghazi and Tyrone Mings was "put to bed at half-time", says captain Jack Grealish after their draw with West Ham.

Manchester United Women 0-1 Arsenal Women: Danielle van de Donk scores late winner

Champions Arsenal need a late goal from substitute Danielle van de Donk to beat Manchester United and maintain their 100% start to the WSL season.

Champions League: The key questions as 2019-20 campaign gets under way

Will an English side win the Champions League again? What shape are their La Liga rivals in? Who might be this season's surprise package?

Liverpool: How hard is it for Champions League holders to retain title?

Liverpool begin their Champions League campaign on Tuesday aiming to become only the second club to retain the trophy since its rebranding in 1992.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England: James Anderson & Stuart Broad should not play together now - Michael Vaughan

Bowlers James Anderson and Stuart Broad should not play together for England in the future, says former captain Michael Vaughan.

County Championship: Records fall as Stevens, 43, hits 237 in penultimate Kent game

Records fall at Headingley as Darren Stevens scores 237 against Yorkshire in what could be his penultimate match for Kent.

Ashes 2019: England-Australia combined XI as voted for by BBC Sport readers

BBC Sport reveals the England-Australia combined XI from the 2019 Ashes, as voted for by readers.

Steve Smith v Ben Stokes - the two men who lit up a World Cup & Ashes summer

Ben Stokes led England to World Cup glory and played one of the all-time great Ashes knocks, while Steve Smith plundered 774 runs in four Tests - but who was the player of the summer?

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