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Moores takes role with Notts

Peter Moores has the chance to rebuild his reputation at Nottinghamshire

Peter Moores has been given a route back into county cricket as coaching consultant at Nottinghamshire - less than two months after his unceremonious sacking by England.

Leicester sack Pearson

Nigel Pearson came back to manage Leicester for a second time in November 2011

Nigel Pearson has been sacked as manager of Leicester despite keeping the Foxes in the Barclays Premier League last season.

Winning Watson to target aggression

Heather Watson, pictured, saw off Caroline Garcia to reach the second round at Wimbledon

A "pumped up" Heather Watson will target "controlled aggression" to equal her best-ever Wimbledon showing and set up a potential third-round clash with Serena Williams.

Bouchard makes early exit

Eugenie Bouchard was stunned in the first round

Eugenie Bouchard was knocked out in the first round at Wimbledon as one of the biggest stars of the grand slam 12 months ago became the first big-name casualty of this year's tournament.

Rojo backs Di Maria to find form

Angel Di Maria, pictured, is one of the world's best players, according to Manchester United and Argentina team-mate Marcos Rojo.

Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo believes team-mate Angel di Maria is one of the best players in the world and has backed his compatriot to prove it at Old Trafford.

Robson vows to come back stronger

Laura Robson, pictured, slipped out of Wimbledon with a first-round defeat to Evgeniya Rodina

Laura Robson has challenged herself to be grand slam ready in two months' time after battling through her "no-brainer" roll of the dice Wimbledon defeat to Evgeniya Rodina.

Aldridge: Reds should sell Sterling

Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has urged the club to cash in on Raheem Sterling.

Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge believes selling Raheem Sterling to Manchester City is a "win-win" for the club as they have a better replacement in Jordon Ibe.

Tearful Bedene enjoys 'amazing' win

Slovenian-born British star Aljaz Bedene, pictured, admitted he wept at his maiden Wimbledon victory

An "emotional" Aljaz Bedene has described how he wept at his maiden grand slam victory, winning at Wimbledon after switching allegiance to Great Britain.

Kvitova in a hurry

Petra Kvitova raced through to the second round

Reigning champion Petra Kvitova began the defence of her Wimbledon title in emphatic style as she thrashed Holland's Kiki Bertens in straight sets.

Double bagel for Kerber

Germany's Angelique Kerber made a perfect start to Wimbledon

Angelique Kerber became the third player at Wimbledon this year to achieve the usually rare 'double bagel' as she beat fellow German Carina Witthoeft 6-0 6-0 on Tuesday.

Champions League heads to Cardiff

The Millennium Stadium is to host the Champions League final in 2017

The Champions League final is coming to Wales for the first time after UEFA announced the Millennium Stadium as host of the 2017 edition.