Tsitsipas survives Musetti scare to win late-night thriller at French Open

Last year's French Open finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas battled back from two sets down to defeat Italy's Lorenzo Musetti in a late-night thriller at Roland Garros.

Papers: Tuchel will be given £200m to spend in summer by Chelsea's new owners

All the top stories and transfer rumours from Wednesday's national newspapers...

Klopp named Premier League manager of the season

Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp has been named Barclays Premier League manager of the season and won the Sir Alex Ferguson trophy for the LMA manager of the year.

DeChambeau withdraws from Charles Schwab: 'I don't have endurance yet'

Bryson DeChambeau has withdrawn from another tournament on the PGA Tour as he fights to regain full fitness, with the American to miss this week's Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas.

Buttler brilliance in vain as Miller thumps Gujarat into IPL final

Jos Buttler rediscovered his form with 89 from 56 balls for Rajasthan Royals - but came out on the losing side as Gujarat Titans reached this year's IPL final thanks to David Miller's three successive sixes in the final over.

QPR's Tailor & Ramsey named KIO/Sky Inclusion Champions at LMAs

Alvarez to meet Golovkin in trilogy fight

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez will face Gennady Golovkin in a trilogy fight on September 17 as he aims to defend his status as the undisputed king of the super-middleweight division.

Chelsea takeover one step closer after PL approval

The Premier League Board has approved a proposed takeover of Chelsea by the Todd Boehly/Clearlake consortium with all eyes now on the government to push through the sale.

Clarke: I feel embarrassment and shame over WhatsApp group

Nottinghamshire's Joe Clarke feels "embarrassment and shame" over his past involvement in a vulgar WhatsApp group with convicted rapist Alex Hepburn.

Morgan 'absolutely delighted' by Mott appointment

Eoin Morgan has said he is "absolutely delighted" at the prospect of working with England's new white-ball coach Matthew Mott.

Paire critical of ATP for 'defending Russia' over Wimbledon ranking points

Outspoken Frenchman Benoit Paire has demanded to know whether the ATP is 'defending Russia' after its decision to strip Wimbledon of ranking points.

Rangers raise 'major concerns' over fan treatment at EL final

Rangers are in dialogue with UEFA and Football Supporters Europe (FSE) over "major concerns" around the treatment of supporters at the Europa League final.

Monaco GP: When to watch live on Sky Sports

After a dramatic Spanish GP saw the lead change hands in both the drivers' and constructors' championships, Formula 1 returns to Monte Carlo for the glitz and glamour of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Stoute: Crown doesn't need much improvement to win Derby

Sir Michael Stoute insists Cazoo Derby favourite Desert Crown will not have to find much improvement from his Dante success to win the Epsom Classic.

Roma vs Feyenoord ECL final preview | Jose: This is history

Jose Mourinho is putting his 100 per cent record in major European finals on the line when Roma play Feyenoord in the Europa Conference League final.

French Open: Order of Play

Order of Play for Day Four of the French Open with Alexander Zverev, Maria Sakkari, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz and Emma Raducanu all in action.

Brown: Ricciardo not meeting McLaren expectations

McLaren boss Zak Brown has admitted that Daniel Ricciardo's performances are not meeting the team's expectations, as the Australian continues to be outdriven by team-mate Lando Norris. 

Irish Derby likely option for Lionel

David Menuisier is leaning towards running Lionel in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby next following his victory at Goodwood last week.

Huge-priced winner at Punchestown as Sawbuck springs 300/1 shock

Sawbuck created his own little piece of racing history at Punchestown on Tuesday when winning at odds of 300-1.

Southgate hails Daniels' 'bravery' | 'Hopefully others feel free to follow'

Gareth Southgate has hailed Jake Daniels' "bravery" after the Blackpool striker became the UK's first active male professional footballer to come out publicly as gay.

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