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UK News

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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

French Open: Johanna Konta doing all the right things as she heads to Roland GarrosFrench Open: Johanna Konta doing all the right things as she heads to Roland Garros

After an outstanding clay court season and a superb Fed Cup, Johanna Konta heads into the French Open in fine shape.

Tennis anti-corruption: Russian umpire failed to report 'corrupt approach'Tennis anti-corruption: Russian umpire failed to report 'corrupt approach'

Russian tennis umpire Svetlana Teryaeva is found guilty of failing to report a corrupt approach to the Tennis Integrity Unit.

Federer set for French Open return as Nadal eyes 12th titleFederer set for French Open return as Nadal eyes 12th title

Roger Federer returns to the French Open for the first time in four years to challenge Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic's bids for more records.

Elina Svitolina on facing Venus Williams at French Open, her injury battle and Gael MonfilsElina Svitolina on facing Venus Williams at French Open, her injury battle and Gael Monfils

In her first column for BBC Sport Elina Svitolina talks about being drawn against Venus Williams in the French Open and how injury has affected her form.

BBC Rugby News

Leinster beat Glasgow to retain Pro14 titleLeinster beat Glasgow to retain Pro14 title

Leinster score two tries to beat Glasgow Warriors at Celtic Park and retain the Pro14 title.

Premiership semi-final: Exeter thrash Northampton to reach fourth straight finalPremiership semi-final: Exeter thrash Northampton to reach fourth straight final

Exeter Chiefs reach a fourth consecutive Premiership final by comfortably seeing off Northampton Saints at Sandy Park.

Premiership semi-final: Saracens crush Gloucester 44-19 to reach fifth final in six yearsPremiership semi-final: Saracens crush Gloucester 44-19 to reach fifth final in six years

Nick Tompkins 16-minute hat-trick helps Saracens thrash Gloucester 44-19 in their Premiership semi-final at Allianz Park.

'Don't judge Cipriani on semi-final defeat' - Ackermann'Don't judge Cipriani on semi-final defeat' - Ackermann

Gloucester head coach Johann Ackermann hopes Danny Cipriani's World Cup chances are still alive.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Celtic: Neil Lennon offered manager's job after sealing treble trebleCeltic: Neil Lennon offered manager's job after sealing treble treble

Neil Lennon is offered the Celtic job less than an hour after guiding the club to a domestic treble treble.

Phil Neville: England women's win over Denmark 'messy'Phil Neville: England women's win over Denmark 'messy'

England women boss Phil Neville calls his team's friendly win over Denmark "messy" - and says it is partly down to camping with the Royal Marines.

Copa del Rey final: Valencia end Barcelona's double dreamCopa del Rey final: Valencia end Barcelona's double dream

Kevin Gameiro and Rodrigo score as Valencia beat La Liga champions Barcelona to win the Copa del Rey.

League Two play-off final: Newport County 0-1 Tranmere RoversLeague Two play-off final: Newport County 0-1 Tranmere Rovers

Tranmere Rovers earn a spot in League One thanks to Connor Jennings' last-gasp extra-time winner against 10-man Newport County.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

As Smith reaches another milestone, will boos soundtrack the English summer?As Smith reaches another milestone, will boos soundtrack the English summer?

Steve Smith batted as if he had never been away in scoring a century against England - but will he be able to move on from the ball-tampering scandal?

Cricket World Cup: Herschelle Gibbs' sensational six sixes record in 2007Cricket World Cup: Herschelle Gibbs' sensational six sixes record in 2007

South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs lights up the 2007 Cricket World Cup as the first man to hit six sixes in an over in a one-day international.

'Ice-breakers for that awkward family function' - a bluffers' guide to the Cricket World Cup'Ice-breakers for that awkward family function' - a bluffers' guide to the Cricket World Cup

Comedian Andy Zaltzman gives his unique perspective on the runners and riders of the Cricket World Cup.

England v Australia: Smith hits century in World Cup warm-upEngland v Australia: Smith hits century in World Cup warm-up

Steve Smith hits his first century for Australia since being banned for his part in the ball-tampering scandal to steer his side to a 12-run victory over England.

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