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Tennis – Nadal ignores rankings target

Rafael Nadal says he will put the opportunity to return to the top of the world rankings to the back of his mind as he readies himself for action at the Rogers Cup in Montreal. Nadal needs to reach the semi-finals in Canada to overtake Andy Murray at the summit, but the Spaniard says he will maintain a short-term focus of ensuring that he prepares in the best possible way for his opening match against either Borna Coric or Mikhail Youzhny

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Tennis – Murray to lose number one spot

Andy Murray will lose his place at the top of the world rankings after being forced with withdraw from the Cincinnati Masters. Murray has pulled out of the event, having already withdrawn from the ongoing Rogers Cup, with the hip injury that blighted his Wimbledon campaign earlier this summer. The Scot will now lose his place at the top of the ATP rankings as a result and either Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer will take top spot.

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Soccer – Silva desperate for new signings

Watford head coach Marco Silva is keen to add up to six new players to his squad as soon as possible. Silva, who succeeded Walter Mazzarri as Hornets boss in June, has already brought five players to Vicarage Road in the last few weeks, but is set to sell Valon Behrami and Steven Berghuis. Former Hull City boss Silva said: “We need strong moves in the market

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Soccer – Clement plans without Llorente

Striker Fernando Llorente is expected to miss the start of the new Premier League season, with his Swansea City side 17/4 with bet365 to win at Southampton on the opening weekend. The 32-year-old Spain international sustained a broken arm while on holiday and head coach Paul Clement is wary of rushing his charge back into action and risking a much longer lay-off than currently expected. He told Wales Online: “Fernando is rehabilitating individually – he has not joined the team training yet

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Tennis – Zverev eyes Grand Slam impact

Rising star Alexander Zverev is determined to make a bigger impact at Grand Slam tournaments in the future, having claimed a fourth title of the season at the Citi Open. The 20-year-old German defeated Kevin Anderson 6-4 6-4 in Washington, continuing his impressive form of 2017, which had already seen him secure tournament wins at the Open Sud de France, the BMW Open in Munich and the Italian Open. However, Zverev believes that there is plenty more to come from him, with a run into the latter stages of a Grand Slam his top priority

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