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  1. Woods under way in US Open second round
  2. Spurs sign Burnley's Trippier
  3. Jagielka extends Everton deal
  4. Scottish fixtures announced
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By Chris Osborne and Mandeep Sanghera

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US Open update

Golf

Jordan Spieth
Reuters

Jordan Spieth is using being one of the first out to put some pressure on the rest of the field.

The 21-year-old, who won the Masters earlier on this year, shot four birdies in his opening eight holes to move into the overall lead by a shot on six under.

But, having started on the 10th, he then dropped two shots on the 18th to drop a shot behind the leaders.

On that note, it is time to bid you a Sportsday goodbye and point you in the direction of the live text commentary from the US Open you can follow on the BBC Sport website

right here. Enjoy.

Sussex skipper plays down relegation fears

Cricket

Sussex captain Ed Joyce says his team should not be worried by relegation fears.

The Hove side have lost five of their last six Division One games and

are fifth in the table, having played a game more than the bottom four.

"We're realistic about where we are," he added. "A lot of it is circumstance and the way it has gone; pitches we've played on, a few tosses and lots of injuries."

Murray survives Queen's scare

Tennis

Andy Murray was given a stern test by Gilles Muller in their quarter-final at Queen's but has won 3-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-4.

You can see how he did it

here.

Australia tour a 'massive challenge'

Rugby Union

England coach Stuart Lancaster
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England head coach Stuart Lancaster says the three-match tour to Australia next year will be a "massive challenge and one to really look forward to".

The games will be next June and Lancaster added: "We haven't toured Australia since 2010 so for most of our squad it will be their first opportunity to play a senior Test there and I'm sure it will be a great series.

Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika said: "There is no question England are our greatest rivals from the north and this is guaranteed to be a really hard-fought and physical series."

Drinkhall misses out on medal

European Games

Paul Drinkhall
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Britain's Paul Drinkhall missed out on a table tennis medal in Baku after losing the bronze medal match. The Englishman, who was seeded 16, lost 4-2 to Lei Kou of the Ukraine.

Brewster takes up Plymouth role

Football

Former Inverness and Dundee United manager Craig Brewster has

joined Plymouth Argyle as assistant to new boss Derek Adams.

The 48-year-old was previously Adams' number two at Ross County.

Wolves in the hunt for half-backs

Rugby League

Warrington coach Tony Smith says the Super League side are "scouring the world looking for half-backs" after failing to settle on a first-choice pairing so far this season.

"I don't want to make my half-backs feel bad about it, but we understand that we haven't been consistent enough in those sort of positions this year," he said.

Crawley sign Walton

Football

League Two side Crawley Town have signed midfielder

Simon Walton following his departure from Stevenage.

The 27-year-old scored five goals in 33 appearances for Boro last season and has agreed a two-year contract.

Moore secures record Ascot win

Horse Racing

Ryan Moore
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Jockey Ryan Moore secured a modern-day record-breaking ninth winner at Royal Ascot on Aloft in the Queen's Vase.

The 31-year-old could yet break the all-time record of 12 winners set by Fred Archer in 1878.

"I'm very lucky, I get to ride the best horses and that makes a big difference, " said the three-time champion jockey.

"It (the record) is not something you think about, we'll think about rides tomorrow then worry about this."

Glamorgan sign Carter

Cricket

Andy Carter
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Glamorgan have signed Nottinghamshire seamer Andy Carter on loan for the second time this season.

Carter took 12 wickets in a month-long spell at the Swalec Stadium at the start of the season and will come into contention for Glamorgan's LV County Championship Division Two home match against Leicestershire, which starts in Cardiff on Monday.

"It's no surprise to me that they have put themselves in contention because there are a lot of good cricketers at the club and it's a very positive dressing room," Carter told the official club website.

Murray v Muller update

Tennis

Andy Murray lost the first set against Gilles Muller but has just levelled as the quarter-final at Queen's has gone into a decider.

Follow it live here.

The wait goes on

Scottish Premiership

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland

"It is 22 August before Celtic play away to a team expected to finish in the top places, when they travel to face Dundee United, and it is 12 September - the seventh round of fixtures - before they meet Aberdeen, who challenged at the top of the league for much of the last campaign."

BBC Sport Scotland's Richard Wilson has looked at the Scottish fixture lists, stroked his chin, and

clattered out this piece.

US Open update

Golf

Tiger Woods
Reuters

Tiger Woods opened his second round with a bogey on the 10th but, while he looks set to miss the cut after his opening round 80, he did pick up a birdie on the 12th. It was a rare moment of joy as another bogey on the 14th followed.

Masters champion Jordan Spieth is a man on the move. He has picked up three birdies in his first six holes to move into a share of the lead on five under.

Justin Rose, who won the US Open in 2013, is in the same group as Spieth and has two birdies and a bogey in his first six holes. He's one over for the tournament.

US Open greens criticised

Golf

US Open
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The greens at the Chambers Bay course being used for the US Open are "as bad as they look", says Sergio Garcia.

The Spaniard was happy with his level-par opening round of 70 but added on Twitter: "A championship of the calibre of the US Open deserves better quality green surfaces."

World number one Rory McIlroy, who hit a two-over 72, said: "They are not the best I have putted on."

Colin Montgomerie, who had a one-under 69, described them as "extremely poor".

Live commentary of the final two rounds are on BBC Radio 5 live on Saturday and Sunday between 22:00 BST and 03:00 BST. Live text updates are available from 1900 BST for every round on the BBC Sport website.

Dunkley admits FA doping breach

Football

Oxford United defender Chey Dunkley has been

reprimanded after admitting breaching the Football Association's anti-doping regulations.

The 23-year-old tested positive for salbutamol after using an inhaler prescribed for his asthma, but a regulatory commission hearing found there was no intention on Dunkley's part to enhance sporting performance.

He will also be subject to target testing for two years.

Moore breaks Royal Ascot record

Horse Racing

Ryan Moore
PA

Ryan Moore has broken the post-War record for winners at a single Royal Ascot meeting.

Moore won his ninth race when he rode Aloft to victory in the 17.35 BST race, the Queen's Vase.

Lester Piggott (1965 and 1975) and Pat Eddery (1989) both rode eight winners.

Fred Archer holds the overall record with 12 wins in 1878.

'Mo is the only one people care about'

Athletics

BBC Radio 5 live

British sprinter-turned-bobsledder Craig Pickering has been speaking about his experiences of the drug testing system.

Mo Farah has today released a statement saying he

has never taken performance-enhancing drugs, after reports that he missed two tests in the 2010-11 season.

"It's not uncommon for athletes to miss tests - athletes shouldn't miss tests but it's built into the system that you can miss two," said Pickering.

"Athletes miss tests, but Mo is the only one people care about. The fact you can miss two shows UKAD accept that it can happen."

Liverpool hopeful over Clyne

Football

Phil McNulty

BBC chief football writer

Nathaniel Clyne
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"Liverpool remain confident of signing Southampton's England right-back Nathaniel Clyne - despite seeing an opening £10m bid rejected.

"Clyne, 24, is earmarked by manager Brendan Rodgers as the replacement for Glen Johnson, who has left Liverpool at the end of his contract, and to provide added squad depth with Jon Flanagan a long-term absentee after knee surgery.

"Southampton were hopeful Clyne would sign a new contract at St Mary's as his current deal runs out next summer, but he now looks destined to join Liverpool's other summer signings James Milner, Danny Ings and former Bolton goalkeeper Adam Bogdan at Anfield.

"Liverpool are yet to make an improved offer but one will certainly arrive for Southampton to consider and it is expected a bid in the region of £15m will bring the move close, with Saints having already signed Portugal defender Cedric Soares from Sporting Lisbon in a deal worth up to £4.7m."

Tsonga forced to miss Nottingham

Tennis

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
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French Open semi-finalist Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has had to

pull out of next week's Nottingham ATP World Tour event because of an abdominal strain.

The world number 12 lost to eventual winner Stan Wawrinka at Roland Garros earlier this month and has not played since.

His injury means he will have played no grass-court tennis prior to Wimbledon, which begins on 29 June.

Spieth starts with a birdie

Golf

Jordan Spieth
AP

Masters champion Jordan Spieth shot 68 in his first round at the US Open, which left him three off the lead.

In his second round, the 21-year-old opens with a birdie at the 10th to close the gap before a par at the 11th. He then missed a short birdie putt at the 12th when his effort caught the edge of the hole.

Lyon to offer Lacazette new deal

Football

Alexandre Lacazette
Reuters

Lyon are ready to make striker Alexandre Lacazette their highest paid player to keep him at the club.

Lacazette finished last season as the top scorer in Ligue 1 with 27 goals, but Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas said it would be "a strategical error" to sell the France international.

"Alexandre wishes to be the number one and receive the biggest salary at the club, which is absolutely understandable. He will earn at least four million euros (£2.9m) a year," said Aulas.

Lacazette, France's player of the year, is currently under contract until 2018.

Robson gets tough draw

Tennis

Laura Robson has drawn the top seed, and world number 41, Daria Gavrilova in the first round of the Eastbourne qualifying competition.

The former British number one has not played a competitive match since last year's Australian Open because of a wrist injury.

Murray v Muller update

Tennis

Andy Murray
Getty Images

Andy Murray's quarter-final against Gilles Muller at Queen's has started at it's currently 1-2.

Follow it live here.

Moore needs more

Horse Racing

Ascot
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Ryan Moore failed to win the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on favourite Found.

Moore, looking for a record ninth win at Royal Ascot, came second to Erveyda.

He has two races remaining today to break the record.

Skrtel nears Liverpool agreement

Football

Simon Stone

BBC Sport

Martin Skrtel
Getty Images

Liverpool are close to agreeing a new contract with defender Martin Skrtel.

The 30-year-old has one year left on his present deal and had previously described Liverpool's offer as "unacceptable".

The Slovak started 48 of Liverpool's 58 matches last season.

Back luck for Robson

Tennis

BBC Sport's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller tweets...

A bad break for Laura Robson as she draws the top seed in Eastbourne qualifying - Daria Gavrilova (WR41) - in her first match for 17 months

Trippier on Spurs move

Football

Trippier
Getty Images

"It's such a big club and now I just can't wait to get started and show everyone what I can do," says Kieran Tripper after joining Tottenham from relegated Burnley.

"I'll take every opportunity I get with both hands and hopefully play my part for everyone at the club."

Woods makes bad start

US Open

Tiger Woods
Getty Images

Tiger Woods

shot an opening round of 80 at the US Open yesterday and the former world number one and 14-time major winner has just got his second round at Chambers Bay in Washington under way.

The early signs are not good as he aims to show he still has some of the old magic.

He puts a shot from the fairway into the rough on a grassy slope, slips as he tries to work a way out and sends his shot to the green way past the hole. He finally opens with a five on the par-four 10th.

Who is Kieran Trippier?

Football

Kieran Trippier
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  • A 24-year-old right-back
  • Played in every Burnley game last season
  • Started his career at Man City
  • Had loan spells at Barnsley
  • Joined Clarets permanently in January 2012

BreakingSpurs complete Trippier deal

Football

Kieran Trippier
Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham have completed the signing of Burnley right-back Kieran Trippier.

The 24-year-old defender has signed a five-year contract.

Tour de France in UCI stand off

Road cycling

Bradley Wiggins
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The organisers of the Tour de France are threatening to pull out of the world governing body's calendar in 2016, according to Reuters.

The UCI (International Cycling Union) oversees global cycling, but ASO (Amaury Sport Organisation) organise the Tour, which is the biggest cycling event in the world. Sir Bradley Wiggins was the first British winner in 2012.

According to reports, ASO are concerned by a lack of progress in the UCI's reform programme. The UCI had promised a calendar restructure, to prevent races clashing.

The Tour would still go ahead next year, just not as a UCI recognised event.

'A lion in a cage'

Football

Liverpool striker Fabio Borini
Getty Images

Liverpool forward Fabio Borini wants to leave the club this summer, according to his agent.

Borini made just 12 Premier League appearances for Liverpool in the 2014-15 campaign and the Italian wants a move away from Anfield in search of more playing time.

"Fabio wants a new experience," Borini's agent Marco De Marchi told Italian sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport. "We expected more consideration from Liverpool. There are teams from all over Europe interested in him.

"Right now he feels like a lion in a cage."

Beyond Halep

Tennis

Simona Halep
Getty Images

Top seed Simona Halep is out of the Aegon Classic in Birmingham.

The Romanian, ranked third in the world, lost to Kristina Mladenovic, ranked 43rd, 2-6 6-0 7-6 (7-4).

Tsonga pulls out of Nottingham

Tennis

BBC Sport's tennis correspondent Russell Fuller tweets...

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will miss Nottingham with abdominal injury. He hasn't played since French Open - Davis Cup QF v GB follows Wimbledon

Your sporting colour clashes

#bbcsportsday

With the Spinnaker Tower in mind, when have you been presented with a total disregard of your civil liberties by having to wear, live with or be surrounded by a sporting colour you just can't stand?

Let us know by using #bbcsportsday

Tower of contention

Football

New Spinnaker Tower design
Portsmouth City Council

Portsmouth fans were a little bit miffed a few weeks ago when they learned that the iconic Spinnaker Tower might be painted red - the colour of rivals Southampton.

But they have won a battle for truth and decency, with

the building set to be blue, white and gold, the colours of the Fratton Park side.

It's just as well, can you imagine being a Pompey fan and waking up to see a 50-metre high shrine to your local enemy on the horizon?

Question of Sport teaser

Golf

Question of Sport teaser

We asked who are the four American golfers who have won the US Open since 2000.

The answers? Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, Lucas Glover and Webb Simpson.

Wiggins to return to the roads

Road Cycling

Sir Bradley Wiggins
Getty Images

Sir Bradley Wiggins is to return to the roads for the London-Surrey Classic on 2 August.

The 2012 Tour de France winner will compete in the 200km race which will also feature sprinter Mark Cavendish.

"It's always fantastic to race on home roads and this race is very special," said Wiggins.

"My team is really looking forward to it. I was amazed how many people were out watching last year in that appalling weather."

Fulham make double signing

Football

Ben Pringle
Getty Images

Fulham have agreed the signing of midfielder Ben Pringle (pictured) and goalkeeper Andy Lonergan, from Rotherham and Bolton respectively, on two-year contracts.

The pair will join the London club on free transfers when their current contracts expire on 1 July.

Murray up soon...

Tennis

You're going to have to wait a little longer for Andy Murray at Queen's.

Milos Raonic and Gilles Simon have just gone to a third and deciding set. Murray's match against Gilles Muller is next on Centre Court.

Watch all the action here.