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  1. BreakingAndy Murray into French Open semi-finals

    Murray 5-7 7-6 (7-3) 6-0 6-2 Gasquet

  2. Allowing professionals in Olympics 'dangerous'


    The British Boxing Board of Control have issued a statement, against the AIBA's decision to allow professional boxers compete in the Olympics.

    "Following the announcement that AIBA are to permit professional boxers to compete in future Olympic Games, the British Boxing Board of Control confirm their objection to such a proposal," said a statement from the BBBofC.

    "Such a move is against the spirit of the Olympics, disrespectful to the many GB amateur boxers who, throughout the Olympic cycle compete around the world in qualifying tournaments, and ultimately dangerous.

    "It is the hope of the British Boxing Board of Control and many within the professional sport in Great Britain and throughout the world that AIBA reconsider such a move that is not beneficial to the sport as a whole."

  3. French Open latest

    Murray 5-7 7-6 (7-3) 6-0 3-1 Gasquet

    Andy Murray lost the first set, but looks to be heading into the French Open semi-finals as he is two sets to one ahead, with a break in the fourth set.

    Click here for the full live text from that match here.

    Andy Murray
  4. Euro 2016: Who are the players to watch?


    It is only nine days until Euro 2016 starts, so who should you look out for?

    Well, 11 BBC pundits have been giving their views and you can watch what they say in this video.

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    Video caption: Euro 2016: Who are the players to watch?
  5. Dundee extend deal for Gadzhalov


    Kostadin Gadzhalov

    Bulgarian defender Kostadin Gadzhalov has signed a new one-year deal at Dundee.

  6. Rodriguez contracted Zika


    Detroit Tigers pitcher Francisco Rodriguez says he contracted the Zika virus over the off-season in his home country of Venezuela.

    And, speaking to ESPN, he has advised potential Olympic athletes to educate themselves about the virus before heading to Rio this summer. 

    Rodriguez says he was laid up for two weeks with head and body aches, sore joints and other symptoms. It felt like he had a cold at first, but as symptoms worsened, he went for blood tests that determined it was Zika. It took about two months until he felt normal again. 

    A number of possible Olympic participants have voiced concerns about Zika recently, including Serena Williams and Rory McIlroy.

    Francisco Rodriguez
  7. Spain update


    Spain are playing at the moment and are 2-0 ahead against South Korea in a friendly in Austria.

    Two goals in three minutes - from Manchester City's David Silva and Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas - have put the 2012 European champions in charge.

    Cesc Fabregas
  8. On this day...


    2005: Chelsea were fined £300,000 and given a suspended three-point deduction after being found guilty of breaking Premier League rules in a tapping-up row over Arsenal's Ashley Cole. Cole was also fined £100,000 and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho £200,000. 

    Ashley Cole
  9. Fan anger at England support

    Euro 2016

    It's probably the last thing you expect to see heading into Cardiff city centre - support for England at Euro 2016.

    But signs showing the England team suit and promoting a Three Lions kit have upset one Wales fan, who says "we want to be recognised by these big stores as a country of our own".

    Hear why Rhydian Bowen Phillips was shocked to see the pictures.

    England signs
  10. French Open

    Murray 5-7 7-6 1-0 Gasquet

    Andy Murray takes the second set to level with Richard Gasquet at Roland Garros.

    The British number one went three games up before losing the opener and also broke first in the second, but Frenchman Gasquet took it to a tie break.

    The Scot has now also broken in the third, follow all the action here.

    Andy Murray
  11. Russia needs you

    World Cup 2018

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Fifa's new president Gianni Infantino need you.

    The pair have launched a campaign to recruit volunteers for the 2017 Confederations Cup and 2018 World Cup that Russia is preparing to host.

    "Russia will host the world's top 32 football teams at the World Cup," said Putin. "Today we are giving the start to the creation of the 33rd squad. The biggest team, the 2018 World Cup volunteers' team.”

    The 15 recruiting centres in all of the World Cup host cities will choose candidates from both Russian and foreign applicants.

  12. Ticketless fans told to stay away

    Euro 2016

    Supt Steve Furnham

    Heading to France this summer? Make sure you've got a valid ticket.

    This isn't a gentle reminder from your travel provider, but a warning from the head of a police delegation heading to the European Championships.

    Supporters without tickets for Wales' Euro 2016 game against England should stay away from Lens, says Supt Steve Furnham.

  13. 'You're supposed to hit people hard'


    Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane is not a man to mince his words, and he has not held back today.

    Asked about his side's 2-1 home loss to Belarus yesterday, Keane replied: "I wanted to kill a few of them last night, so we have moved on. It will be a different starting XI against Sweden.

    "Anyone who has an excuse has not played football. I want people to be carrying knocks, I'm worried when people aren't carrying knocks. You're supposed to tackle, hit people at pace and hit them hard because that's part of the game. It's not chess.

    "If you get a knock you don't have to go for a scan or go on painkillers - it is a man's game we are playing, believe it or not."

    Roy Keane
  14. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Your favourite international football moments

    Paul Coates: Watched England vs Argentina at Wembley May 1980 3-1. Johnson 2, Keegan 1 against Maradona and the world champions.

    Tony Mann: Germany v Italy, World Cup 2006 Semi Final. Absolute thriller and the noise not only in the stadium but the Italian commentary when Grosso and then Del Piero scored in extra-time with minutes to spare. I will never forget the noise when Grosso curled that shot past Lehmann.

    Daniel Pigeon Shelton: Italia 90. David Platt with that amazing goal when ball came over his shoulder (versus Belgium). Or Gazza scoring against Scotland in 1996. Quality goal.  

    David Platt
  15. French Open

    Murray 5-7 5-2 Gasquet

    Andy Murray has broken Richard Gasquet in the second set, but dare we say he'll win this one?

    The British number one was a break up in the opener, but France's Gasquet hit back to take the first set 7-5.

    Follow all the action from Roland Garros here.

  16. Injured Nadal pulls out of Queen's


    Rafael Nadal

    More on the news Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the Aegon Championships at Queen's Club with an ongoing wrist injury.

    Nadal said he feared he could tear a tendon if he played at Queen's, which starts in London on 13 June - a fortnight before Wimbledon begins.  

    But the Spaniard hopes to play at Wimbledon, adding: "I enjoy playing in front of the British people."

  17. Minor rule changes from World Rugby

    Rugby Union

    World Rugby has instituted a series of minor rule changes in the northern hemisphere to banish all forms of simulation from the sport, the governing body said on Wednesday. 

    The amendments announced on the governing body's website were approved in September 2015 and have been in effect in the southern hemisphere since January. 

    The announcement follows officials at last year's Rugby World Cup being instructed to sin-bin players who dived or feigned injury during matches. 

  18. Heading to Rio


    Team GB have tweeted a list of the 65 competitors who have secured their places so far in the Rio Olympics.

    Team GB
  19. French Open

    Murray 5-7 1-1 Gasquet

    What was that about silencing the Roland Garros crowd?  

    Andy Murray seemed in control over the first three games, but he ends up on the losing end of the first set to home favourite Richard Gasquet.

    Follow the action here.

    Richard Gasquet
  20. 'Ronaldo special, like Bale'

    Football - England news conference

    England face Portugal in the Three Lions' final warm-up game and Roy Hodgson has revealed why he wanted to line up against Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

    The England manager says facing the Real Madrid star will be similar to what his side can expect from Wales' Gareth Bale in the group stages.

    "One of the things we thought about with Portugal is Ronaldo is a very special player and special talent," said Hodgson. "We were thinking Bale is in a similar position.

    "We were thinking about them having a special individual. We're happy with the two opponents we've had so far and expect another tough test tomorrow night."

    Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale