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Injury scare for Murray ahead of Wimbledon title defence

Andy Murray has pulled out of his scheduled Wimbledon warm-up match at the Hurlingham Club on Tuesday because of a sore hip.

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Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday set for switch to Azerbaijani side Qabala

Rangers midfielder Andy Halliday is on his way to Austria to complete a season-long loan to Azerbaijani outfit Qabala.

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Lions held to draw by Hurricanes after surrendering second-half lead

The British and Irish Lions compounded two days of acrimony by throwing away victory for a galling 31-31 draw with the Hurricanes in Wellington.

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Warren Gatland laughs off clown cartoon after Lions held by Hurricanes

Warren Gatland has insisted he "couldn't give a toss" about the New Zealand Herald mocking him up as a cartoon clown.

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New Zealand's Kaino denies intending to hurt Lions scrum-half Murray

New Zealand star Jerome Kaino says he would never go on the pitch to "target someone and intentionally hurt them".

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Former Rangers winger Gregg Wylde disagrees with decision to snub Andy Halliday

Gregg Wylde believes Pedro Caixinha is taking a major gamble by leaving Andy Halliday out of Rangers' Europa League squad.

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Lions boss Gatland caricatured by New Zealand newspaper once again

New Zealand assistant coach Ian Foster says he would not like to be a victim of the newspaper clown treatment given to British and Irish Lions boss Warren Gatland.

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British and Irish Lions player ratings against the Hurricanes

The British and Irish Lions completed their schedule of midweek matches in New Zealand as they were held to a 31-31 draw by the Hurricanes at Westpac Stadium.

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Murray brothers 'might have a go in the doubles one day' at Wimbledon

Jamie Murray has told younger brother Andy he will have to wait his turn if wants to team up at Wimbledon after Jamie won the Aegon Championships doubles title with Bruno Soares.

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Gregor Townsend defends replacement Scotland fly-halves after Fiji defeat

Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has defended the two players who filled in at fly-half after regular starter Finn Russell was called up by the British and Irish Lions.

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Marin Cilic taking it one step at a time ahead of potential Queen's double

Marin Cilic will take things one match at a time as he looks to become the first player since Pete Sampras in 1995 to win both titles at Queen's.

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Gregor Townsend rues sloppy performance as Scotland tour ends in disappointment

Scotland coach Gregor Townsend was bitterly disappointed after seeing his dream of an unbeaten tour to launch his term in charge blown apart by the vibrant running and tackling of Fiji.

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Fiji defeat Scotland in Suva

Scotland's mission to finish their summer tour unbeaten failed as they lost 27-22 to Fiji in Suva.

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Harry Aikines-Aryeetey stars as Great Britain sit third in Lille

Great Britain sprinter Harry Aikines-Aryeetey took maximum points with victory in the men's 100metres final at the European Athletics Team Championships.

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Andy Murray to play at Hurlingham in Wimbledon warm-up

Andy Murray is to warm up for Wimbledon with two exhibition matches at the Aspall Tennis Classic at Hurlingham next week.

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Eve Muirhead ready for a family affair in Pyeongchang

Eve Muirhead is relishing the prospect of an"extra-special" third Winter Olympics after being joined by brothers Thomas and Glen in the Great Britain curling squad for next year's Winter Games in Pyeongchang.

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Scotland skipper John Barclay wary of 'stardust sprinkled' Fiji

Scotland captain John Barclay has warned his team-mates against ending a solid season on a sour note by underestimating a Fiji side boasting a "sprinkling of stardust".

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Rio silver medallist Dan Wallace given three-month suspension for drink-driving

Olympic silver medallist Dan Wallace has been suspended from all national programmes after he admitted driving under the influence of alcohol.

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Curler David Murdoch criticises decision to leave him out of Olympic squad

Sochi silver medallist David Murdoch has criticised the decision to deny him a place at his fourth consecutive Olympic Games after curling selectors opted instead to make Pyeongchang 2018 a Muirhead family affair.

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Paranormal activity spooks former Open champion Paul Lawrie

Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is convinced his house is haunted.

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