That's all for Monday's Sportsday. There will be more reaction on Mark Cavendish's stage win at the Tour de France on the BBC Sport website. Many thanks for your company and for getting involved. We're back on Tuesday at 08:00 BST when we'll continue counting down to Wales' Euro 2016 semi-final with Portugal on Wednesday. Nervous, Wales fans? Until later...
- Ryan Giggs has 'steel' to succeed - Sir Alex Ferguson
- Latest transfer news: Man City sign midfielder Zinchenko
- Coleman dismisses England job talk
- Euro 2016 latest: Wales don't fear Portugal - Bale
- Kieren Fallon announces retirement
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Mark Cavendish wins stage three of the Tour de France, the 28th Tour stage win of his career.
Worcestershire all-rounder George Rhodes signs a new two-year contract at New Road.
The 22-year-old, son of Worcestershire director of cricket Steve Rhodes, broke into the first-team this season, playing in two One-Day Cup group games and one in the T20 Blast.
Rhodes became the third generation of his family to play for a first-class county earlier this season.
Jason Warner: First pre-season game for new team last Saturday, 30 minutes in I have gone up for first corner, split my head open. Sent to A+E.
Chris Gunter's parents have taken the decision to miss the wedding of their other son Marc in order to watch Wales' historic Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal, reports the Daily Mirror.
The Wales defender is now set to perform his best man duties via Skype.
Gunter's brother Marc and his fiancee Danielle are in Mexico ahead of the ceremony on Thursday. Parents Sarah and Gerald had planned to fly out and join them, but Wales' 3-1 quarter-final win over Belgium on Friday night means they will stay in France.
“You couldn’t begin to imagine the trouble it’s caused," said Chris. "I’m not sure what Marc will do if we make the final. He might be divorced by then.”
Wales' players are gearing up for the biggest international game of their lives as they prepare for Wednesday's Euro 2016 semi-final with Portugal.
But how well do you know Chris Coleman's players who have lit up the tournament in France? Think you know your Gunter from your Chester?
Earlier we asked you which FOUR current NFL teams have the letters U,S & A somewhere in their names...
The answers we were looking for are: Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars & Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
2009: American Serena Williams beat sister Venus Williams to win the Wimbledon women's singles title.
What are the chances of another all-Williams final this year at Wimbledon? Check out how Venus and Serena are doing here
In an exclusive interview, former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has told BBC Sport that he thinks Jose Mourinho was right to go with "his own man" - long-time assistant Rui Faria - over Ryan Giggs.
Former Chelsea boss Mourinho, who took over from Louis van Gaal in May, has worked with Faria in his six previous managerial jobs.
"You have got to have, in your assistant, someone you have trusted all your life," said Ferguson. "If Jose hadn't had an assistant, I know he would have taken Ryan."
How about this for a spot of pre-season training. Yeovil Town manager Darren Way took his League Two squad for a run along the cliffs and beach on Monday - and they cooled off with a dip in the sea.
Four-time Wimbledon singles champion Martina Navratilova gives Sue Barker unprecedented access into her personal life in a documentary to be shown later.
As Navratilova approaches her 60th birthday some of her greatest fans - Sir Elton John, Stephen Fry and other legendary tennis stars, including Billie Jean King, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Pam Shriver and Rod Laver, give their thoughts on the tennis great.
Watch 'Just Call Me Martina' on BBC One at 22:45 BST on Monday (22:40 in Wales)
With Wales preparing for a Euro 2016 semi-final on Wednesday, we want your tenuous Welsh links. Tom has nailed it.
Tom Duncan: Wales backwards is selaw, which is almost eslaw, which can be extended to coleslaw. I love coleslaw.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says Ryan Giggs must "be himself" and make sure he picks the right club to join, after ending a 29-year stay at United last week.
"I think he is ready to manage and he has a lot of quality," Ferguson tells BBC Sport in an exclusive interview.
"He doesn't want to spoil that quality by going to a club where it is sacking a manager every two minutes."
Having spent the best part of 13 years attending Sir Alex Ferguson’s media briefings, one thing I could have guaranteed this morning was that he wouldn’t be late.
So it transpired.
Ferguson was there before the cameraman and after a chat and a coffee was in relaxed mood as he chatted about Ryan Giggs, his career and what the future holds now for the player who shared all 13 Premier League titles with the Scot.
To most, Ferguson is a firebrand, quick to lose his temper and go on the attack.
Away from the pressures of management, he is totally different, has opinions on everything and retains a mischievous humour, as my colleague – who wasn’t actually late - found out “what time do you call this? If you are late again you will never work again”.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says it was time for Ryan Giggs to leave the club and says he has the "steel" to succeed in management.
"It is time Ryan stood on his own feet, got out there and accepted the challenge." Ferguson tells BBC Sport's Simon Stone in an exclusive interview.
Giggs ended his 29-year stay at United after new boss Jose Mourinho appointed Rui Faria as his assistant in place of Giggs.
2007: Fernando Torres completed his move from Atletico Madrid to Liverpool.
They've been on the road since around 11:00 BST, and now the riders are roughly 70km from the finish line in Angers.
At the front, Tommy Voeckler has caught Armindo Fonseca and the pair are riding well together, although the peloton has reduced their advantage to three minutes.
No sign of Mark Cavendish and co just yet...
Gareth Bale plays down the significance of his duel with Real Madrid team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of Wales' Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal.
Their relationship has been the subject of intense media scrutiny, with both insisting there is no rift. The two players will face each other in Lyon on Wednesday, Wales' first semi-final at a major tournament.
"It's not about two players," says Bale. "Everybody knows that really. It is about two nations in a semi-final, 11 men against 11 men."
The 20-times champion jump jockey Sir Anthony McCoy has reacted on Twitter to the retirement of six-times champion jockey Kieren Fallon.
As football clubs report back for training across the land, we want your pre-season disasters. Tweet #bbcsportsday
Jamie Savin: Pre-season for new team first game up front, about to kick off and I twist my ankle.
Notts County and England goalkeeper Carly Telford is expected to be out for up to three months due to an ankle injury.
Telford suffered the injury - a tear of the lateral ankle ligament, as well as a partial tear of the medial ligament - in the final minutes of the first half in Notts County’s 2-1 victory over Doncaster Rovers Belles on 26 June, and will require an operation.
The news comes a year to the day since England finished third at the World Cup in Canada.
2004: Greece won the Euro 2004 final with a surprise 1-0 victory over Portugal in Lisbon thanks to Angelos Charisteas' header.
More on the news we brought you earlier that Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres has signed a new contract.
The Spain international has agreed to stay for another season after his previous deal expired last week. Former Liverpool and Chelsea player Torres, 32, returned to Atletico, with whom he began his professional career, from AC Milan in 2015.
He scored 12 goals in 44 games last season for Atletico, who were beaten in the Champions League final by Real Madrid and finished third in La Liga. His strike partner, France international Antoine Griezmann, signed a new deal last week.
BBC Points West reports that Bristol City are close to signing Bournemouth's Lee Tomlin.
The 27-year-old scored six times in 18 games after joining the Championship club on loan in January.
Roger Federer is through to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon after a straight sets victory over American Steve Johnson.
The Swiss went through 6-2 6-3 7-5. He'll face Croatia's Marin Cillic in the next round.
Next up on Centre Court, it's Serena Williams against Svetlana Kuznetsova.
You can follow the latest from Wimbledon here.
We're asking you for your pre-season disasters...
Mark Green: Played three pre-season games (scoring 8 goals in the process) only for the coach to say he won't be picking me for the season.
Eight counties have made a 28-day approach for Northamptonshire's Olly Stone, despite the pace bowler being sidelined by a knee injury.
Stone, 22, is likely to miss the rest of 2016 after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury in June.
He has made 25 first-class appearances, with a bowling average of 30.69.
"Whether he'll want to see all eight, maybe not. But I'm sure he'll pick out some and see what they've got to say," director of cricket David Ripley told BBC Northampton.
Portugal have been ordered to pay 7,000 euros (£5,878) following incidents at their Euro 2016 quarter-final with Poland. Charges relating to fireworks being set off and fans invading the pitch were brought against the Portuguese Football Federation after Portugal won 5-3 on penalties.
BBC gymnastics commentator Mitch Fenner has died at the age of 70.
Fenner, who had been commentating on gymnastics for the BBC since 1979 - and every Olympic Games since 1984 - had been seriously ill with cancer.
Barbara Slater, director of BBC Sport, said: "He will be missed by all of us at BBC Sport and our thoughts are with his family and friends at this time."
Here's more about Manchester City's new signing Oleksandr Zinchenko.
The 19-year-old former Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder featured in all three of Ukraine's matches at Euro 2016, and arrives at the Etihad Stadium from Russian club FC Ufa.
Ukraine failed to score a goal in Group C as they lost to Germany, Northern Ireland and Poland.
Zinchenko is City's third signing of the summer after Ilkay Gundogan and Nolito.
It's the first day of pre-season training for football clubs across the land. Here's more of your first day pre-season disasters...
Garrypl: First day taking a class of 10 &11 yr olds. A kid kicked the ball past me, I ran after it, stood on ball, went over. Cracked rib.
Grundy: I once went to a first pre-season training, but at a session for the wrong team I'd signed on for.
Holders Arsenal Ladies will host Notts County in the Continental Cup quarter-finals, a repeat of the 2015 final and one of three all-top flight ties.
Monday's quarter-final draw also pitted league leaders Manchester City against Doncaster Rovers Belles, while in-form Birmingham City will host Liverpool.
The full draw is:
Sheffield FC Ladies v London Bees
Birmingham City Ladies v Liverpool Ladies
Manchester City Women v Doncaster Rovers Belles
Arsenal Ladies v Notts County Ladies
Ties will be played on 6-7 August.