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The British world number two Andy Murray says that he and former coach Amelie Mauresmo have "no issues".
BBC tennis correspondent in Paris
Andy Murray says he and Amelie Mauresmo have a "very good relationship," and it is untrue to say their partnership ended because of his on-court behaviour.
Mauresmo confirmed in an interview in L'Equipe on Saturday that, as a new mother, she could no longer devote enough weeks to coaching the Scot, who earned a place in the second-round of the French Open with a five-set win over Radek Stepanek.
But she added she sometimes found his behaviour during matches "disconcerting" and a barrier to "helping them make further progress."
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Judoka Kimberley Renicks will miss this summer's Olympics in Rio after suffering a shoulder injury.
The 28-year-old, who won Commonwealth gold at Glasgow 2014 and is Britain's top-ranked player at -48kg, needs surgery on her shoulder and will have the operation on Friday.
"I'm gutted - I can't really describe it," she said. "The Olympics is your dream - it's the one you want to make. It's a knock back but I'm still young enough to pick myself up."
BBC Radio 5 live presenter Anna Foster has been talking about completing Week One of the Couch to 5K Challenge.
The challenge is a is a nine-week plan, starting with a brisk walk and ending with a 5k run.
BBC Make Your Move and Public Health England's One You campaign, have especially designed the programme for people who have done little or no running.
You can get more information and download your own nine week plan on the Make Your Move website.
Carlo Ancelotti has been speaking to BBC Sport about the goings on at Manchester United.
The Italian, who will take over as Bayern Munich boss in a few weeks described incoming manager Jose Mourinho as "a fantastic signing for Manchester United to be better than the last two years and also said that "Manchester lost its identity; they need to rebuild their identify and the personality of their team."
Alex Goodwin: SPOTTED: Mendes & Woodward spotted enjoying a milkshake in Lincoln, there's a 3rd shake on the table, is Jose on his way?
Sarvesh Bhayani: Just spotted Woodward buying a cable for that infamous fax machine.
Riek Machiaria: Mendes & Woodward aren't in Nairobi either. Perhaps the negotiations are taking place in Aruba.
Andrew Neill: All this Mourinho talk is detracting from the real managerial story at present. If/when Rafa Benitez will sign for the toon.
BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent
French authorities are to impose a 24-hour alcohol ban in the city of Lens for the Euro 2016 meeting of England and Wales. The ban will start on 06:00 BST the day of the game, but will not apply to the 10,000 capacity fan zone.
Amid the fall-out from Louis van Gaal’s dismissal and the impending appointment of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, Michael Carrick’s future has been put to one side.
Carrick has just completed his 10th season at Old Trafford, making him United’s second-longest serving player behind Wayne Rooney, but prior to the FA Cup final, he had not spoken to United’s hierarchy about a new deal.
The picture should become clearer once Mourinho is appointed. Carrick is not ready to call time on United just yet and is keen to hear what Mourinho’s plans for him are.
World number one Novak Djokovic begins his quest for a first French Open title with a 6-4 6-1 6-1 victory over Taiwan's Lu Yen-Hsun.
The top seed, bidding to become just the eighth man to secure a career Grand Slam, needed only 90 minutes to defeat the world number 95.
Joey Barton has posted this on Twitter after completing his move to Scotland...
Lee Westwood is determined not to become pre-occupied with Ryder Cup qualification as he looks to secure a 10th consecutive appearance in the biennial contest against the United States at Hazeltine from 30 September- 2 October.
"I tend to think that when people start worrying about qualifying, that's when they get Ryder Cup-itis, really, and they start to hit the wall and slow down earning points," said Westwood, who is just outside the qualifying places after finishing second in the Masters and 10th in the Irish Open.
"It's something I'm immensely proud of; that I've played every year since 1997 and won a lot of points, as well. It would be nice to play a 10th one."
More from Hull boss Steve Bruce on the precarious nature of football management.
"There's this thing in football where there's a roundabout and that these managers just get back on - they don't," he says.
"The fall-out is pretty horrendous but unfortunately it seems to be common now. The lifespan of a manager is 13-14 months, which is ludicrous isn't it?"
Liverpool have been fined £43,500 and Manchester United £44,000 by Uefa for a variety of offences during this season's Europa League meetings between the sides.
Both have had further £15,000 fines suspended, with illicit chanting making up the bulk of the fines.
Former Manchester United defender Steve Bruce gives his view of the departure of Louis van Gaal and the expected arrival of Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.
"I'm sure they'll be disappointed again how it's been handled," the Hull boss says. "But then again football is a changing world an the one thing about managers now is we get used to getting the sack unfortunately.
"I think that's 60 [managers sacked] in a season not finished yet. If we get beaten on Saturday it might be 61..."
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Yorkshire say there has been no approach from Australia for Jason Gillespie to become their bowling coach.
Australian press reports say talks are at an advanced stage for the former Australia fast bowler, who has guided Yorkshire to successive Championship titles, to join head coach Darren Lehmann next season.
Liverpool will face their former star striker Luis Suarez and his Barcelona teammates in the International Champions Cup .at Wembley on 6 August.
Giant American John Isner, who took part in the longest match in history at Wimbledon in 2010, is Kyle Edmund's next opponent. He beat John Millman in four sets - and one of them didn't even go to a tie-break.
The wickets are still tumbling.