BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Wimbledon: Birmingham grass-court tournament downgraded after WTA event switch to Berlin

The UK's biggest women-only grass-court event will be downgraded from next summer, with Wimbledon backing a tournament in Berlin.

Johanna Konta: British number one to miss Asia tournaments and WTA Championships

Johanna Konta will not play any tournaments in Asia this autumn so will not be able to qualify for the season-ending WTA Championships.

Ansu Fati, Coco Gauff, Sky Brown & Oleksii Sereda: Amazing sporting youngsters

As 16-year-old Ansu Fati bursts on to the scene for Barcelona, we look at other young stars impressing the sporting world.

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

BBC Rugby News

'The most open World Cup for a long time' - Japan 2019 set for kick off

The world's top rugby union nations and expectant hosts Japan are set for the start of the "most open World Cup in a long time".

'The closer we get, the more I fancy England'

Former England scrum-half Matt Dawson answers five key questions as the start of the Rugby World Cup in Japan looms.

The fashionistas, the inseparables and 'Darren' - Scotland's Reid on his team-mates

Gordon Reid gives BBC Scotland the lowdown on the big personalities inside Scotland's World Cup dressing room.

Wales 'circling the wagons' - plus pick your starting XV to face Georgia

Forwards coach Robin McBryde says Wales are "circling the wagons" after the shock removal of Rob Howley.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Peter Beardsley: Former Newcastle United coach suspended from football

Former Newcastle United and England forward Peter Beardsley is suspended from all football-related activity for 32 weeks for making racist comments to players.

New Blades owner Prince Abdullah would do business with Bin Laden family

New Sheffield United owner Prince Abdullah says he would do business with the Bin Laden family and that theirs is "not a disgraced name".

Football hate crime at matches in England and Wales rose by 47% last season

Incidents of hate crime at football matches in England and Wales up by 47% last season, according to new Home Office figures.

Olympiakos 2-2 Tottenham: No signs of Spurs taking next step - Matthew Upson

Spurs will be delighted with a point after their performance at Olympiakos, says BBC Radio 5 Live pundit Matthew Upson, but they failed to control the game as their manager would want.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Akila Dananjaya: Sri Lanka spinner suspended for illegal action

Sri Lanka spinner Akila Dananjaya has been suspended from bowling in international cricket for 12 months because of an illegal action.

County Championship: Warwickshire's Dom Sibley and Nottinghamshire's Joe Clarke both hit two tons as Bears win

Dom Sibley enhances his England hopes with a second hundred of the match as Warwickshire beat Nottinghamshire by eight wickets.

County Championship: Kent beat Yorkshire by 433 runs at Headingley

Kent wrap up a thumping 433-run Division One win over Yorkshire on the fourth morning at Headingley.

County Championship: Northants on brink of promotion by beating Durham

Northants close in on promotion to County Championship Division One by beating Durham at Wantage Road.