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More from Fifa following the suspension of Concacaf general secretary Enrique Sanz from football-related activities.
The Congolese Football Association has also had two officials provisionally banned.
Vice-president Jean Guy Blaise Mayolas and general secretary Badji Mombo Wantete were suspended "based on the fact that various breaches of the Fifa code of ethics appear to have been committed by said officials".
Batsman Joe Root says England will take a positive mindset into the final day of the second Test against New Zealand as they look to secure a series victory.
But England who were 44-0 before play was abandoned due to rain, need to score a world record 455 to win the game.
"Obviously, rain coming today in a way has made things a little bit harder for us - because we've got every intention of going out tomorrow with a view to win the game.
"That obviously means we've got less time to do that now. But we're very positive, got off to a great start - and we hope that can continue tomorrow."
The Isle of Man's second TT practice session has beencancelled because of high winds and heavy rain.
Clerk of the Course Gary Thompson said Tuesday's session would "continue as normal".
The Met Office said 65mph winds were forecast for the Isle of Man later on Monday, combined with heavy rain.
Fifa has provisionally banned Concacaf general secretary Enrique Sanz from football-related activities.
Top seed Novak Djokovic will play nine-time French Open champion Rafa Nadal in the quarter-finals.
The Serbian beat Richard Gasquet 6-1 6-2 6-3 in the fourth round to set up a clash with the Spaniard
Former Hearts striker James Keatings has crossed the Edinburgh divide after signing for city rivals Hibernian.
The 23-year-old was released by Tynecastle boss Robbie Neilson and has now decided to join the Gorgie side's neighbours.
Rafael Nadal has beaten Jack Sock 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-2 and will play the winner of Novak Djokovic, and Richard Gasquet in the quarter-finals.
Djokovic leads Gasquet 6-1 6-1 4-3.
Ever wonder what a footballer packs in his suitcase?
Well for England under-21 captain and goalkeeper Jack Butland the answer is football boots, computer console, games and not much else.
"One suitcase emptied and another packed up! this time to meet up with England u21s and I can't wait" said Butland onInstagram.
The Stoke keeper will captain England under-21s at the European Championships in Czech Republic which start on 15 June.
Hull KR centre Darrell Goulding has been forced to retire at the age of 27 on medical advice after suffering a series of concussion injuries.
Goulding, who made two appearances for England in 2010 and helped Wigan to a Super League and Challenge Cup double in 2013, is the second Super League player this season to announce their retirement because of concussion injuries.
It's been an animal-packed Sportsday today, we've had Chelsea players' selfies with koalas, Chris Smalling and a turtle, Lukas Podolski's dog. Now we have Wayne Rooney and a pig.
The Manchester United striker posted this picture of his family holiday onInstagram.
"Didn't expect to see pigs in the sea in the Bahamas! Haha" the England striker wrote.
Great Britain's Tonia Couch has won thediving World Series title after taking her fourth bronze medal in Mexico.
In the men's event, Tom Daley also picked up a bronze medal after finishing third in the 10m platform.
Ukrainian side Dnipro have beenfined 50,000 Euros (£36,000) and ordered to play their next home European match behind closed doors for the racist behaviour of their fans during the second leg of their Europa League semi-final with Napoli.
In addition the club will have to play another European match behind closed doors and fined 20,000 Euros (£14,000) for a field invasion, the setting off and throwing of fireworks and objects, crowd disturbances, blocked stairways and improper conduct of the team.
Dnipro beat Napoli but lost 3-2 to Sevilla in the Europa League final.
Jack Sock has become the first player to take a set off nine-time champion Rafael Nadal at this French Open.
Sock is still trailing by a set in their fourth-round match, as Nadal leads 6-3 6-1 5-7 2-1.
This is Somerset cricket fan Martin Bullock whojumped into Taunton's River Tone on Sunday to retrieve a ball smashed for six by Chris Gayle during the West Indian's unbeaten 151.
The things some people will do for memorabilia.
Kangenwell: Without question my sporting hero is Denis Law the King of the Stretford End.
Rishabh kapoor: Sourav ganguly. Changed the face of Indian cricket. Gave the mental belief and strength to become what it today is. Dominant.
Keep your sporting inspirations coming to #bbcsportsday and at theBBC Sport Facebook page.
Australia batsman Chris Rogers has been ruled of the first Test against West Indies after displaying symptoms of a mild concussion.
The veteran opener was struck on his helmet by a local net bowler during batting practice on Sunday and reported dizziness and a headache.
The two Test series begins on Wednesday.
You wouldn't think it was the start if June today would you?
Heavy rain has ended play early on day four of the second Test between England and New Zealand at Headingley.
England will no doubt be praying for more of the same tomorrow on the fifth day as they try and chase a world record 455 to beat New Zealand.
Only four overs were possible after lunch this afternoon, with England 44-0.
Watford havesigned Austria international Sebastian Prodl on a five-year contract.
The 6ft 4ins centre-back, 27, was a free agent following his release by German Bundesliga side Werder Bremen.
He is Watford's first signing since clinching promotion to the Premier League.
BBC Radio Wales Sport's Nick Webb in Cardiff:Glamorgan 371, Northants 79-5 (close, day two)
"They've given up hope of any further play today in Cardiff, with Northants grateful for the respite after Glamorgan's seamers dominated the two hours play possible before the downpours.
"Northants will resume in the morning needing to reach 222 to avoid the possibility of following on, with the weather forecast better for the remaining two days."
You've heard of Spiderman and Bananaman. Well, meet Turtleman.
The question is, which Premier League player is pictured here swimming with turtles?
Well done to all those who said Chris Smalling.
The Man United defender posted this picture on Instagram from his holiday in Barbados. Nice shorts.
Rangers have criticised Bilel Mohsni for his Motherwell meltdown - but admit they are now powerless to punish him.
The Tunisia international sparked a mass brawl following the full-time whistle at the Scottish Premiership play-off final at Fir Park when he kicked and punched Motherwell's Lee Erwin.
But the 27-year-old is out of contract and Rangers, in a statement, said: In a statement, the Glasgow outfit said: "We will co-operate fully with investigations following the disgraceful scenes at the Motherwell game yesterday.
"Bilel Mohsni's behaviour was completely unacceptable and had his contract not now expired, the club would have started disciplinary proceedings."
Gloucester captain Billy Twelvetrees says he is proud of his team, despite a late drop goaldenying them a spot in next season's European Champions Cup.
Bordeaux-Begles won their qualification play-off 23-22 on Sunday, with Pierre Bernard's kick separating the sides.
"It's a very disappointing way to end the season." centre Twelvetrees, 26, told BBC Radio Gloucestershire. "As a group of players we've come a long way this season and are proud of what we have done. It's tough to take but we will come back stronger next season."
Roger Federer says he is "pumped" - which is young person's speak for happy we think - to seal a place in the French Open quarter-finals.
After completing a comfortable win over Gael Monfils - the Swiss master winning 6-3 4-6 6-4 6-1 - Federer will next meet compatriot and Davis Cup team-mate Stan Wawrinka.
"I'm pumped up to be in the quarter-finals again, said Federer, after wrapping up victory on Monday.
"At this stage it's about progressing in the tournament,"added Federer, after securing an 11th Roland Garros quarter-final. "What's important right now is that I am physically fresh for the back end of the tournament."
You could say Luis Suarez and Giorgio Chiellini have a little bit of history.
After all it was the Uruguayan who took a bite out of the Italian defender in the World Cup, earning the Barcelona striker a four-month ban.
Now the pair will meet for the first time since that infamous incident in the Champions League final as Chiellini's Juventus face Barcelona, but there will be no hard feelings from the Italian.
"Of course I will (shake hands). I'll hug him happily, too, there's no problem at all. Those who know me even a bit know that that's how I truly feel."
BBC Radio Gloucestershire's Bob Hunt at Derby:Gloucestershire 329, Derbyshire 77-2 (tea, day two)
"After a rain-interrupted afternoon session, Derbyshire will be happy to be 77-2.
"Billy Godleman remained on 28 for more than 40 minutes, having survived two vehement appeals for catches behind.
"Ben Slater was well taken at second slip by Chris Dent off Liam Norwell. The only other wicket to fall was Chesney Hughes, falling caught behind off Benny Howell."
Paul Newton, BBC Essex at Chelmsford:Essex 166, Leics 203-7 (tea, day two)
"Angus Robson continued to hold the Leicestershire innings together by reaching his first century of the season from 190 deliveries, hitting 14 fours.
"That apart, Essex enjoyed a good afternoon. Play resumed after a half-hour delay caused by a heavy lunchtime shower.
"Graham Napier picked up three wickets in a fine spell and there was a maiden first-class wicket for debutant 20-year-old Aron Nijjar."
How much exercise do you do? Be honest.
Rachel Waterman: Monday night is gym night. I might kick myself for 'only' doing one hour but it's better than the sofa.
BBC Radio London 94.9's Kevin Hand at Lord's:Warwickshire 342 v Middlesex (tea, day two)
"Tea has been taken early at Lord's after Warwickshire were bowled out for 342.
"Pace bowler Steven Finn continues to look back to his best and returned four wickets, but the visitors have probably achieved an above-par score on a pitch that is offering plenty of sideways movement.
"There are still 40 overs to be bowled on an extremely blustery day and plenty of time for either side to stamp their authority on the match."
BBC Radio Solent's Kevan James at The Rose Bowl:Hampshire 222, Worcs 142-1 (tea, day two)
"This has been very much Worcestershire's day both with bat and ball.
"In the afternoon session, Daryl Mitchell (48 not out) has surpassed his previous season's best. Together with Richard Oliver (33) and then Tom Fell (pictured, 42 not out), he has helped to put the away side in a commanding position."
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has apologised onTwitter for singing anti-Tottenham Hotspur songs during the club's FA Cup trophy parade.
The Gunners have already confirmed they will not be taking any action against the England international.
Serena Williams isn't world number one and one of the best female tennis players of all time for no reason.
She has recovered from a 6-1 first set thrashing at the hands of fellow American Sloane Stephens to win in three sets - 1-6 7-5 6-3.
BBC Radio Nottingham's Dave Bracegirdle at Trent Bridge:Notts 166-7 v Sussex
"Rain brought an early end to the afternoon session at Trent Bridge, where the home side recovered well after lunch, having been reduced to 55-6 at one stage.
"Will Gidman (pictured) led the fightback, making his first 50 for Notts since his winter move from Gloucestershire. The left-hander shared a stand of 43 with Greg Smith, who was bowled by Ollie Robinson for 14, and then an unbroken partnership of 68 with Luke Wood.
"Wood advanced to his highest first-class score by lifting Matt Hobden over point for the first six of the match, and was unbeaten on 35 when a heavy shower ended the session early. Gidman is 57 not out."
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Serena Williams has hit back against American rival Sloane Stephens at the French Open.
The world number one and top seed Serena Williams lost the first set 6-1 in just 26 minutes.
But she now appears to have woken up, taking a tight second set 7-5.
It's going with serve in the decider, 2-2, though Stephens is still making Williams, at times, look ordinary. Could be a classic. Live text commentaryhere.
"Liverpool co-owners Tom Werner and John W Henry will arrive on Merseyside this week for talks with manager Brendan Rodgers.
"The Americans are due in the city on Tuesday and are expected to meet their manager as part of his end of season review on Wednesday.
"Sources close to Werner and Henry have consistently played down suggestions that Rodgers' job is under immediate threat but the situation will become clearer following this meeting. Rodgers was appointed as Liverpool manager exactly three years ago today."
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea admits he does not know what his future holds as he continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid.
"We will see what happens regarding my future," De Gea said to Spanish sports newspaper AS. "Right now I'm on holiday."
De Gea has a year left on his contact at Old Trafford and is yet to sign an extension.
Some more of your sporting inspirations.
Rob Quick: Billy Bonds WHU my sporting hero didn't know when to give up just kept giving 100% every team needs a Billy Bonds.
Mbichire: Rene Higuita is my sporting inspiration. He made goalkeeping look spectacular and fun.
Scott Kelly: My sporting hero, Tiger Woods, and always will be. To be top of his game for so long was unbelievable, my idol always.