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1990: Monica Seles, at 16 years and six months, became the youngest winner of a grand slam tournament since Lottie Dod in 1887 when she beat Steffi Graf 7-6 6-4 in the French Open final at Roland Garros.
1967: Geoff Boycott scored 246 not out in just under 10 hours for England against India at Headingley. His innings took so long he was dropped for the next Test.
Steve Smith-Eccles (horse racing) 62 - Former jump jockey who rode more than 700 winners, born 1955.
Andrew Symonds (cricket) 42 - Former Australia all-rounder, born 1975.
Usman Afzaal (cricket) 40 - Former Surrey, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and England batsman, born 1977.
Miroslav Klose (football) 39 - Former Germany striker, born 1978.
Wesley Sneijder (football) 33 - Holland and Galatasaray midfielder, born 1984.
Yannick Agnel (swimming) 25 - London 2012 gold medallist in the 200m freestyle and 4x100m freestyle, born 1992.
Watch five of Diego Costa's best goals, including a "sensational" effort against West Brom, as the Chelsea striker says he has been told by manager Antonio Conte that he is no longer in the club's plans.
New Zealand's Martin Guptill hits a six over the stands and very possibly into the River Taff during their Champions Trophy match against Bangladesh in Cardiff.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic will complete his rehabilitation from cruciate knee ligament surgery at Manchester United's Carrington training complex.
The 35-year-old is out of contract on 30 June and there was no mention of another deal being offered when Ibrahimovic's name did not appear on the Premier League retained list this afternoon.
That only proved nothing had been offered by 29 May.
It is understood there has been no change to that situation.
However, the fact Ibrahimovic will remain in Manchester to recover from an injury sustained in April and which is not likely to see him play again in 2018, indicates a new United contract is a possibility.
No guarantees have been made by the club though and evidently the extent of the forward's recovery and United's form in the first part of the 2017-18 campaign will be decisive.
More on this in a mo...
Manchester United have not offered striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic a new contract and the Swede will leave the club when his deal expires on 30 June.
The 35-year-old agreed a one-year contract, with an option for second season, last summer.
But the extension had not been triggered by the time the Swede suffered his season-ending knee ligament injury in April.
The Premier League's retained list was released earlier this afternoon.
Time for a ...... BREAKING NEWS KLAXON...
We are going to get a fifth and deciding set in the French Open...!
Stan Wawrinka upped his game in the fourth set tie break so join Matt and JJ for what has become a cracking semi-final at Roland Garros...
So the International Olympic Committee have announced that there will be new mixed events at Tokyo 2020.
The statement says the "number of mixed events will double from nine in Rio 2016 to 18".
There will be triathlon mixed relays, 3x3 basketball, archery mixed team event and 4x400 mixed relays in athletics.
There will also be mixed events in the judo, mixed doubles in table tennis and 4x100m medley mixed relay in swimming.
From the fans?
From the man himself?
We will have to wait and see... But Usain Bolt says he will put on a show as he prepares to run his last-ever race on Jamaican soil on Saturday.
Here's the FA Women's Super League with some big news:
"The FA Women’s Football Board has today confirmed that Everton have been successful in their application to take the vacant FA WSL 1 slot for the 2017-18 season, following the recent liquidation of Notts County.
"One other club applied, which was Doncaster Rovers Belles.
"They have the right to appeal the decision, within seven days."
Some breaking WSL news for you....
2012: Russia's Maria Sharapova won the French Open women's singles title with a 6-3 6-2 win over Italy's Sara Errani.
In an unbelievably exciting semi-final on the clay of Roland Garros, Andy Murray is back in control.
The world number one leads two sets to one against former champion Stan Wawrinka and must hold on for one more set to reach his second French Open final.
From Roma to Inter - should be some interesting meetings between the pair next season.
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BBC Sport South American football expert
England will bid to win a global football tournament for the first time in 51 years when they face Venezuela Under-20s in the South Korean city of Suwon on Sunday (11:00 BST).
Currently ranked 58th in the world by Fifa, Venezuela have never qualified for a full World Cup and their senior men's team will not make Russia 2018.
Reaching the final of the Fifa Under-20s World Cup is Venezuela's greatest achievement in world football.
So who are they, how do they play and who are the key men England must be wary of?
If the England seniors think they are under pressure this week...
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan asked by BBC Radio 5 live's John Murray about Saturday's opponents:
"They're only a threat if they've got the ball more than us. We have to make sure the areas they want to play in are not there.
"England are a rounded team. They don't have to rely on just one or two players. If you can stop the passes and crosses, and if we have more of the ball, then that will help.
"If we've got the ball then we've got players that can hurt anybody."
Britain's Alistair Brownlee reflects on younger brother Jonny's famous collapse in Cozumel last year, and they also discuss their triathlon legacy before Sunday's World Series event in their home city of Leeds.
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Watch live coverage of the World Triathlon Series race in Leeds on BBC Two, the BBC Sport website & mobile app this Sunday, 11 June from 1300 BST.
Moving seamlessly onto another Olympic champion...
(and his brother...)
Alex Danson has been named England women's captain for this summer's major international hockey events.
Danson, 32, will lead the side for this weekend's international matches against Argentina and Holland in London.
She will also skipper the team at July's Hockey World League in South Africa and the EuroHockey Championships in Holland the following month where England will be defending champions.
Danson won gold with Great Britain at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
While we wait...
...On top of getting paid handsomely to travel the world and kick a ball around, there are also countless corporations just waiting to shower you with more money in the hope of getting you to flog their products.
Who they are and what they sell doesn’t seem to matter that much to players, when they’re being offered mouth-watering wads of cash for less than a day's work.
Our colleagues at BBC Three have put together some of the weirder and more embarrassing brands and products the world's top football players have decided, in their wisdom, to endorse including that incredibly awkward Independence Day sketch from Wayne Rooney and other Manchester United players...
We will do our best to bring you any quotes from the Scotland news conference shortly...
Scotland defender Charlie Mulgrew says the hosts are ready to take on England despite being "massive underdogs" for Saturday's World Cup qualifier.
The Scots have won only one of their last 10 meetings - and lost the return fixture 3-0 at Wembley in November.
But Mulgrew insists the Scots are "feeling good" after some hard training sessions before the Hampden Park match.
"It is a huge challenge ahead, England are a great team and we will be massive underdogs," said the Blackburn player.
England manager Gareth Southgate has a fully-fit squad to choose from after everyone reported for training on Friday ahead of the World Cup qualifier against Scotland.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane, who finished the season as the Premier League's leading scorer for the second successive season with 29 goals, is set to lead the line.
Southgate spoke at length to West Ham's Aaron Cresswell, who will contest the left-back spot with Ryan Bertrand.
BBC Wales Football Correspondent
The absence of Hal Robson-Kanu, one of Wales’ Euro 2016 heroes, is another blow to Chris Coleman who is already without star man Gareth Bale.
Sam Vokes now looks certain to start on his 50th appearance for his country and Tom Lawrence may have a good chance of starting too.
But there’s no doubt that Wales’ resources will be stretched to the limit for arguably their toughest assignment of the group.
Let's move onto some news from the various internationals happening this weekend...
Andy Murray has taken the first set against Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka, who threw away a set point himself, in a nail biting tie break at Roland Garros.