Britain's Kyle Edmund has withdrawn from the French Open with an abdominal injury ahead of his second round match.
Dick Advocaat has rejected the opportunity to become permanent head coach at Sunderland.
UEFA has called for FIFA's presidential election on Friday to be postponed after a wave of arrests of football officials.
Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli will remain at the club next season, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
A review of the pick of the men's singles action on day four of the French Open, including victory for Roger Federer.
Ian Poulter has pulled out of this week's AT&T Byron Nelson tournament in Texas due to injury.
Wigan prop Tony Clubb has committed his future to the Super League club after signing a new four-year deal.
Queensland edged a tight opening match of the State of Origin Series as they defeated New South Wales 11-10 in Sydney.
A review of the pick of the women's singles action on day four of the French Open, including Simona Halep's defeat.
Wales centre Jonathan Davies will miss the World Cup after rupturing a knee ligament.
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck has been ruled out of Saturday's FA Cup final and England's forthcoming internationals.
|County Champ D1|
|Sussex vs Warwicks Sussex win by 1 wicket|
|Worcs vs Durham Durham win by 6 wickets|
|Somerset vs Yorks Match Drawn|
|County Champ D2|
|Kent vs Surrey Surrey win by 3 wickets|
|State of Origin||NSW10
|Muller bt Lorenzi (4-6,4-6,7-6,7-6,6-4)|
|Wawrinka (8) bt Lajovic (6-3,6-4,5-7,6-3)|
|Simon (12) bt Klizan (7-5,6-2,6-3)|
|Johnson bt Stakhovsky (2-6,6-3,7-6,7-6)|
|Becker bt Verdasco (32) (6-4,0-6,1-6,7-5,10-8)|
|Mahut bt Gulbis (24) (6-3,3-6,7-5,6-3)|
|Cuevas (21) bt Thiem (7-6,7-5,6-7,7-5)|
|Gabashvili bt Monaco (6-3,6-4,6-2)|
|Federer (2) bt Granollers (6-2,7-6,6-3)|
|Dzumhur bt Baghdatis (6-4,6-3,4-6,6-2)|
|Nishikori (5) bt Bellucci (7-5,6-4,6-4)|
|Paire bt Fognini (28) (6-1,6-3,7-5)|
|Monfils (13) bt Schwartzman (4-6,6-4,4-6,6-2,6-3)|
Watch the fourth instalment of our Sky Sports Living For Sport: War Of The Roses series with Jamie Peacock.
Former FA Chief Executive Mark Palios thinks the FIFA crisis could speed up well-needed change in football’s governing body.
FIFA Director of Communications & Public Affairs Walter De Gregorio says that the World Cups in 2018 and 2022 will be held in Russia and Qatar.