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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Cilic wins battle of Wimbledon's marathon men

    A match between two missile-serving giants had the potential to go on for hours and hours but luckily for Marin Cilic he only needed 15 minutes and two games on Saturday to complete a 7-6(4) 6-7(6) 6-4 6-7(4) 12-10 win over John Isner.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    South Africa start build-up to Twenty20 World Cup

    South Africa begin their build-up to next year’s Twenty20 World Cup when they take on Bangladesh in the first match of a two-game series on Sunday.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Spoils go to Viktor as Brown exits Wimbledon

    Dustin Brown's Wimbledon flame fizzled out in a four-set defeat by Viktor Troicki on Saturday, two days after the dreadlocked journeyman illuminated the All England Club by beating twice champion Rafa Nadal.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Australia's Harris announces shock retirement

    Australia's injury-plagued paceman Ryan Harris announced his immediate retirement from all forms of cricket on Saturday, dealing a major setback to his team's defence of the Ashes starting in England next week.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Pedal power rules the roads in Utrecht

    Rush hour has a distinctive soundtrack in Utrecht.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Hamilton the home hero with British GP pole

    Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton gave the British Grand Prix crowd what they wanted by powering to pole position in a one-two with Mercedes team mate and title rival Nico Rosberg on Saturday.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Profile of the Super rugby champion Otago Highlanders

    Profile of the Otago Highlanders, who won the southern hemisphere's Super Rugby title on Saturday.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Boom to start Tour despite low cortisol levels

    Dutchman Lars Boom will start Saturday's first stage of the Tour de France despite showing low levels of cortisol in a test on the eve of the race, his Astana team manager said.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Pakistan stutter after Shah claims five wickets

    Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah claimed his third five-wicket haul of the series but Sri Lanka took the upper hand on day two of the third and final test by restricting the visitors to 209 for nine at Pallekele on Saturday.

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    04 Jul 2015 Sat

    Savea out of Super Rugby final, replaced by Gibbins

    Wellington Hurricanes loose forward Ardie Savea has been ruled out of the Super Rugby final against the Otago Highlanders after failing to recover from knee injury and been replaced by Callum Gibbins.