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Bottas: Team orders not on the table

Valtteri Bottas insists Mercedes have not had the talk about team orders despite twice being told to move over for Lewis Hamilton in Bahrain.

Ferguson lauds team effort after man of the match award

Black Caps and Rising Pune Supergiant quick bowler Lockie Ferguson has lauded the effort of his fellow bowlers after he was named man of the match in the win over RCB.

Rashford wants influential Ibrahimovic to stay

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has praised the impact Zlatan Ibrahimovic has made at the club, and wants him to be there next season.

'Huge excitement' as Sauber switch to Honda

Sauber have confirmed that they will be switching to Honda power come 2018, saying it is a "huge honour".

Halo out, transparent screens in

Formula 1 is to renew its efforts into coming up with a transparent 'shield' device as authorities try to settle on a driver head protection system in time for the 2018 season.

Premiership: Harlequins topple Wasps, Newcastle win

Premiership leaders Wasps went down to an inspired Harlequins while Newcastle edged Worcester in the other game taking place on Friday.

Conte: Chelsea passed psychological test

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes his players took an important step towards claiming the Premier League title when they beat Southampton on Tuesday.

Sharapova wins again in Stuttgart

Judging by her performances at the Porsche Grand Prix, it hasn't taken Maria Sharapova very long to get back in the swing of things

Vettel won't be 'misled' by gap to Mercedes

Although reasonably happy with Ferrari's pace in Friday's practice for the Russian GP, Sebastian Vettel says he won't be "misled" by the Scuderia's advantage over Mercedes.

Edwards 'thrilled' to be Women's World Cup Ambassador

World Cup winning captain Charlotte Edwards has been announced as an ambassador for the Women's World Cup 2017 being held in England and Wales.

Nadal to vie for 10th Barcelona Open crown

Rafael Nadal can cap a truly historic fortnight if he wins Sunday's Barcelona Open final on the court that now bears his name.
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