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By Phil Dawkes and Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Cities bid for Uefa club finals

    The Champions League final in 2019, will either be held in Baku or Atletico Madrid's new stadium.

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  2. Post update

    Murray has now lost that first set 6-2 in 34 minutes.

  3. La Duodecima back in Real's museum

    The trophy wasn't gone for long, after Los Blancos won back to back titles.

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  4. Real will not sign De Gea this summer


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    Marca is reporting that David de Gea will not be joining Real Madrid this summer and Los Blancos will stick with Keylor Navas and Kiko Casilla in goal.

    Is that the summer's big transfer story over already?

  5. Bonucci to the Bridge


    Leonardo Bonucci

    Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci could be set for a reunion with former boss Antonio Conte at Chelsea this summer. The Sun say the Italian defender will move to Stamford Bridge, with midfielder Nemanja Matic and £48m going the other way.

    At 30, this could be Juve's last chance to coin in on the defender.

  6. Garde to Standard Liege?


    Remember Remi Garde and his ill-fated time at Aston Villa?

    The Frenchman was sacked by the club in March 2016 after just 147 days in charge.

    He's not managed since, but journalist Kristof Terreur brings us news that he could soon be taking charge at Belgium club Standard Liege.

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  7. Champions Trophy latest


    Pakistan are absolutely tearing through the South African batting. They have reduced the world's number one ranked side to 119-6 in the Champions Trophy. Who saw that coming?

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  8. Get Involved - Your greatest sporting con

    #bbcsportsday or text 81111

    James Ward

    Alex: Lads holiday in Magaluf, pretended that I was James ward, British tennis player (actually looked a bit like him and was his height). So I'm trying to impress these Scottish girls that I'm mates Andy Murray and even pretended to call in front of them. After, not thinking either of them would have a clue about tennis they said shouldn't you be playing at queens! Said I'd faked an injury to go away with the boys week before Wimbledon! They bought it and I'm sure Wardy had a few extra fans!

    Get in touch and send us YOUR stories via Twitter #bbcsportsday or text 81111.

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  9. Niewiadoma wins first stage of Women's Tour

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    Poland's Katarzyna Niewiadoma has won stage one of the 2017 Women's Tour in Kettering.

    It's a 1-2 for WM3 Pro Cycling, as Marianne Vos leads the peloton over the line a few minutes behind race winner Niewiadoma. She's followed by Christine Majerus (Boels Dolmans).

  10. Jonnie on the spot

    Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport at the London Stadium


    It's team launch day for Britain's squad for the World Para-Athletics Championships, which are at the London Stadium next month.

    Sprint star Jonnie Peacock was the last to arrive - casually wandering in seconds before the scheduled start time. The fastest Paralympian in the world is ironically not known for his timekeeping.

  11. BreakingHalep recovers to reach semi-finals

    Simona Halep

    Simona Halep progresses to the French Open semi-finals after battling back to beat Elina Svitolina 3-6 7-6 (8-6) 6-0.

  12. Halep battles into semi-finals

    Piers Newbery

    BBC Sport at Roland Garros

    An absolutely stunning, potentially career-defining, win for Simona Halep over Elina Svitolina. The Romanian third seed and favourite appeared set to miss out once again on a first Grand Slam title as she was overpowered by Ukraine's Svitolina for an hour-and-a-half.

    However, Halep saved a match point and powered through the final set like a champion in waiting, with the world number one ranking also there for the taking if she wins the title.

  13. Halep takes control

    French Open

    Simona Halep is battling back in style against Elina Svitolina.

    The Romanian fought off match point in the second set and won the tie-break.

    She's now 4-0 to the good in the decider against the Ukranian fifth seed.

  14. Donnarumma offered to Madrid



    Another goalkeeper has entered the frame to be Real Madrid's number one next season.

    Marca says AC Milan's teenage sensation Gianluigi Donnarumma has been offered to the European Champions.

  15. Pliskova into last four


    Second seed Karolina Pliskova is through to the semi-finals of the French Open. The Czech beat France's Caroline Garcia 7-6 (7-3) 6-4 in the last eight.

    Pliskova has yet to win a grand slam, although she has reached the final of the US Open and quarter-finals in Australia in her last two.

  16. Sidwell signs new Brighton contract

    Steve Sidwell

    Brighton midfielder Steve Sidwell signs a new one-year contract with the newly-promoted Premier League club.

    Sidwell made 34 league appearances last season as the Seagulls returned to the top flight after a 34-year absence.

    The 34-year-old joined Brighton on an initial loan deal from Stoke in January 2016, before joining the club on a free transfer ahead of last season.

  17. Halep levels in Paris

    French Open

    The comeback keeps on going from Simona Halep!

    She was 5-1 down in the set and fought back to win it on a tie-break, fighting off a match point for her opponent Elina Svitolina in the process.

    It is now level at a set apiece. It's anyone's game now.