News has emerged that three matches at the recently concluded Wimbledon tournament have aroused suspicions of match-fixing. Roger Federer emerged victorious at this year's men's singles event with his dominant win over Marin Cilic while Garbine Muguruza won her first ever title at SW19 with her win over Venus Williams in what was regarded as a successful event overall.
Jurgen Klopp warned his transfer targets that he would move on if there was no progress in the players signing for Liverpool. The Anfield boss, according to the whispers and rumors filtering around the Premier League, will lodge a third bid for his top target, with a fee that would break the club’s transfer record. Meanwhile, Manchester United and Chelsea are back vying for a rival's player, likely to cost £50 million (about $65 million), with Tottenham also heavily interested, and possibly the winner.
Charlie Gard's parents 'optimistic' after new brain scan and examination by US neurosurgeon
The British tennis player Johanna Konta, who was born in Australia to Hungarian parents. Although John Humphrys admittedly used a rather abrasive tone best kept for interviews with recalcitrant politicians, I don’t think his questions regarding Johanna Konta’s nationality (Konta exposes faults in BBC host’s preparation, 19 July) were unreasonable. People’s ethnic origin, and the nationality they identify with, is fascinating.
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