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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

'I couldn't play on one leg' - Djokovic into Australian Open semis as Nishikori quits'I couldn't play on one leg' - Djokovic into Australian Open semis as Nishikori quits

Six-time champion Novak Djokovic reaches the Australian Open semi-finals after Japan's eighth seed Kei Nishikori retires injured.

Williams knocked out by Pliskova after holding four match pointsWilliams knocked out by Pliskova after holding four match points

Serena Williams misses four match points before succumbing to Czech Karolina Pliskova in a dramatic Australian Open quarter-final.

Australian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka beats Elina Svitolina to reach semi-finalsAustralian Open 2019: Naomi Osaka beats Elina Svitolina to reach semi-finals

Naomi Osaka beats Elina Svitolina in straight sets to reach the Australian Open semi-finals in Melbourne.

Australian Open 2019: Lucas Pouille beats Milos Raonic to reach semi-finalAustralian Open 2019: Lucas Pouille beats Milos Raonic to reach semi-final

Lucas Pouille reaches his first Grand Slam semi-final with a 7-6 (7-4) 6-3 6-7 (2-7) 6-4 win over Milos Raonic at the Australian Open.

BBC Rugby News

Hamish Watson: Edinburgh & Scotland flanker to miss entire Six Nations with broken handHamish Watson: Edinburgh & Scotland flanker to miss entire Six Nations with broken hand

Scotland flanker Hamish Watson will miss the entire Six Nations after confirmation he fractured his hand playing for Edinburgh.

Six Nations 2019: Leigh Halfpenny ruled out of Wales' opener with FranceSix Nations 2019: Leigh Halfpenny ruled out of Wales' opener with France

Back Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of Wales' opening Six Nations game away to France in Paris on Friday, 1 February.

Farrell 'confident' he will be fit to face IrelandFarrell 'confident' he will be fit to face Ireland

England captain Owen Farrell says he expects to be fit to face Ireland in his team's Six Nations opener on Saturday, 2 February.

Ireland expect Sexton to face EnglandIreland expect Sexton to face England

Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt expects Johnny Sexton to be fit for their Six Nations opener against England in Dublin on 2 February.

BBC Live Football Feeds and World Cup Football News

Emiliano Sala: 'No hope' for missing Cardiff City playerEmiliano Sala: 'No hope' for missing Cardiff City player

Channel Islands Air Search's chief officer says the conditions in the water "are pretty horrendous".

David Beckham to become shareholder of National League club SalfordDavid Beckham to become shareholder of National League club Salford

Former England captain David Beckham is set to become a new shareholder at National League club Salford City.

Emiliano Sala: Profile of 'a South American warrior' & the 'local Carlos Tevez'Emiliano Sala: Profile of 'a South American warrior' & the 'local Carlos Tevez'

Emiliano Sala, known as the 'local Carlos Tevez', is a player who bloomed late, was teased by team-mates and loved detective novels.

Emiliano Sala: Claudio Ranieri leads messages for missing Cardiff forwardEmiliano Sala: Claudio Ranieri leads messages for missing Cardiff forward

Missing Cardiff forward Emiliano Sala is a "fighter" and "wonderful character", says Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri, who managed him at Nantes.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

It does not matter who gets our runs as long as we win - RootIt does not matter who gets our runs as long as we win - Root

England Test captain Joe Root says it does not matter who scores his team's runs, as long as they are winning.

Sun stops play as India beat New Zealand in ODISun stops play as India beat New Zealand in ODI

Play was halted because of the sun in Napier as India cruised to victory over New Zealand in the first of a five-match one-day series.

Ricky Ponting & Shane Warne send message to cricket car crash victimRicky Ponting & Shane Warne send message to cricket car crash victim

Wiltshire wicketkeeper Billy Cookson receives a special video message from Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne and Michael Vaughan after a horrific car crash in Australia that almost claimed his life.

The start of something big? Why you shouldn't miss England in West IndiesThe start of something big? Why you shouldn't miss England in West Indies

England begin one of the most exciting years in their history with a three-Test series against West Indies - here is why it is worth following.

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