BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Anisimova withdraws from US Open after father's death

American teenager Amanda Anisimova withdraws from this month's US Open after the death of her father and coach Konstantin.

US Open 2019: Harriet Dart and James Ward move into second qualifying round

Britain's Harriet Dart and James Ward reach the second qualifying round at the US Open but Heather Watson, Katie Swan and Jay Clarke lose.

'There was some good stuff in there' - Murray positive despite Winston-Salem exit

Andy Murray is still searching for his first singles win since hip surgery after losing 7-6 7-5 to Tennys Sandgren in the Winston-Salem Open first round.

Lee makes history as first deaf player to win ATP Tour main draw match

South Korea's Lee Duck-hee becomes the first deaf player to win a match in the main draw of a tournament on the ATP Tour.

BBC Rugby News

How Wales became world's top-ranked side

BBC Sport Wales charts how Wales have reached number one in World Rugby's rankings for the first time in their history.

Thomson starts as Scots make 14 changes against France

Blade Thomson makes his debut and Finn Russell returns as Scotland make 14 changes for Saturday's Test with France at Murrayfield.

England v Ireland: Mako Vunipola set to make comeback

Prop Mako Vunipola is set to make his return from a hamstring injury in England's Rugby World Cup warm-up against Ireland.

Rugby World Cup: Ireland unable to offer Joey Carbery selection guarantees

Ireland skills coach Richie Murphy says injured fly-half Joey Carbery can't be offered any guarantees over World Cup selection.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Jadon Sancho: Borussia Dortmund's England winger agrees new £190k-a-week contract

Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho agrees a new deal with the Bundesliga club worth about £190,000 a week, including bonuses.

Racist abuse: footballers should boycott social media, says Phil Neville

England women's manager Phil Neville said footballers should "boycott" social media to send a "powerful message" that abuse is not acceptable.

FA Cup: Lottery winner Gareth Bull hopes Sherwood Colliery can cash in

Seven years after scooping £40m in the lottery, Sherwood Colliery chairman Gareth Bull hopes his club can hit the FA Cup jackpot.

Bury: Sunderland's Chris Maguire on his difficult season at Gigg Lane

Sunderland attacker Chris Maguire tells BBC Scotland about not wanting to get out of bed and not being paid while at Bury.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England to host West Indies, Australia, Pakistan and Ireland in 2020

England will host West Indies, Australia, Pakistan and Ireland in men's international matches next year.

Steve Smith: Australia batsman ruled out of third Ashes Test

Australia batsman Steve Smith - the leading run scorer in the 2019 Ashes - is out of the third Test after suffering a concussion in last week's second Test.

Mark Robinson: England women's head coach steps down after four years in role

Head coach Mark Robinson, who steered England to victory in the Women's World Cup two years ago, steps down after nearly four years in the role.

James Anderson: England seamer returns to action for Lancashire second XI

England's James Anderson bowls nine overs for Lancashire's second XI as he bids to prove his fitness for the rest of the Ashes.