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Tennis – Nishikori upbeat on Wimbledon hopes

Kei Nishikori has his sights set on the Wimbledon title after a convincing first round victory over Marco Cecchinato. The Japanese ninth seed needed just one hour and 13 minutes to secure a 6-2, 6-2, 6-0 win over the Italian and a place in the second round, where he will take on Sergiy Stakhovsky. Speaking after the victory, Nishikori said he wanted to “win the whole thing” as he seeks a maiden Grand Slam crown.

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Soccer – Clement seals Abraham coup

Swansea City boss Paul Clement is pleased to have persuaded Chelsea starlet Tammy Abraham to spend the 2017/18 season on loan at the Liberty Stadium. The England Under-21 international, who spent last term on loan at Bristol City, signed a new five-year contract at Stamford Bridge before agreeing the temporary switch to the Swans, 9/4 with bet365 to be relegated from the Premier League this season. Clement said: “Tammy was sought after and he had options

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Rugby Union – Gatland calls for repeat performance

British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has decided to name the same side for the final Test against New Zealand that beat the All Blacks 24-21 on Saturday. It will be the first time in 24 years that the Lions have kept the same starting line-up for consecutive Tests. Gatland said: “We felt we should reward the players for the result and the courage that they showed in coming from 18-9 down, digging themselves out of a hole, and then finishing strongly in that last ten to 15 minutes.” The Lions are 7/2 with bet365 to win the match at Eden Park while an All Blacks victory is available at 1/5.

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Soccer – Chambers ready for massive clash

Calum Chambers is looking forward to Tuesday’s European Under-21 Championship semi-final clash between England and Germany. Aidy Boothroyd’s side beat hosts Poland to finish at the top of their group, while Germany edged into the last four by being the best runners-up. England are 21/10 with bet365 to beat Germany and reach the final, while Spain are 8/13 to triumph against Italy in the other semi-final

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Tennis – Top seed spot for Murray

Andy Murray will go into his defence of the Wimbledon title next week as the top seed with Angelique Kerber named top women’s seed. Murray has struggled for form and fitness so far in 2017 and the 30-year-old world number one was forced to withdraw from a warm-up exhibition game at the Hurlingham Club on Tuesday with a sore hip. Despite fears over his fitness ahead of the third Grand Slam of the year, the Scot will start as number one seed as he is 10/3 with bet365 to win at the All England Club for a third time in his career

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Soccer – Bravo calls for final push

Goalkeeper Claudio Bravo warned his Chile side they have ‘one more game to win’ after they reached the final of the Confederations Cup. Bravo was the hero of the hour as he saved all three of Portugal’s penalties in the semi-final shootout, with La Roja making no mistake with their three spot-kicks to claim a 3-0 win after the game in Kazan had ended goalless.

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Soccer – Cup win no guarantee for Low

Coach Joachim Low claims Germany’s Confederations Cup final success against Chile on Sunday night does not guarantee that they will win next summer’s World Cup. The 57-year-old was the subject of criticism when he decided against taking experienced campaigners such as Mesut Ozil, Thomas Muller, Mats Hummels and Toni Kroos to the tournament in Russia

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