Football

Real Madrid's Angel Di Maria reacts during their King's Cup final soccer match against Barcelona at Mestalla  stadium in Valencia April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
Colombia's goalkeeper David Ospina fails to save a goal by Brazil's David Luiz (unseen) during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza July 4, 2014.  REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
Ivory Coast's Didier Drogba runs after the ball during the 2014 World Cup Group C soccer match against Greece at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Blake
England's Adam Lallana reacts after missing a chance to score against Costa Rica during their 2014 World Cup Group D soccer match at the Mineirao stadium in Belo Horizonte June 24, 2014.  REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Di Maria expected back at Real for training - Ancelotti

Arsenal sign Colombia keeper Ospina

Drogba returns to Chelsea on one-year deal

Liverpool new boy Lallana to miss start of season

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South Korea's players react after losing to Belgium during their 2014 World Cup Group H soccer match at the Corinthians arena in Sao Paulo June 26, 2014.  REUTERS/Paul Hanna

Experience the key for next South Korea coach- KFA

28 July 2014

SEOUL (Reuters) - Experience is the top priority for choosing the next coach of South Korea's national football team, the new head of the KFA's technical committee said on Monday.

Southampton's Dejan Lovren celebrates after scoring a goal against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England October 19, 2013.    REUTERS/Phil Noble

Liverpool sign defender Lovren from Southampton

28 July 2014

LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool's raid on Britain's south coast continued with the capture of Southampton's Croatian defender Dejan Lovren on Sunday for a reported 20 million pounds.

France's national soccer team player Loic Remy attends a news conference at the theatre Pedro II at Ribeirao Preto, 336 km (208 miles) northwest of Sao Paulo, June 13, 2014.   REUTERS/Charles Platiau

Liverpool pull out of Remy deal after failed medical - reports

27 July 2014

LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool have pulled out of signing France international striker Loic Remy from promoted Queens Park Rangers, according to media reports in England and the United States where Liverpool are on tour.

Argentina's Jose Basanta listens to a question during a news conference at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 12, 2014, ahead of their 2014 World Cup Final soccer match against Germany on Sunday.    REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Argentina World Cup defender Basanta on way to Fiorentina

27 July 2014

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Fiorentina have agreed to sign defender Jose Basanta, who was part of the Argentina squad that reached the World Cup final, from Mexican club Monterrey, the Italian club said on Sunday.

Britain's Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Liberal Democrats, Nick Clegg, delivers a speech on international development, in London May 28, 2014.   REUTERS/Andrew Winning

Russia should lose 2018 soccer World Cup over Ukraine - UK deputy PM

27 July 2014

LONDON (Reuters) - Russia should be stripped of the right to host the 2018 football World Cup unless President Vladimir Putin stops destabilising Ukraine, Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Sunday, warning the world would look weak if it did not act.

Italy administrator caught up in racism row

27 July 2014

ROME (Reuters) – - Carlo Tavecchio, the favourite to become the next Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president, has been caught up in a racism storm after referring to African players as "banana eaters".

Football Association (FA) Chairman Greg Dyke arrives at the Houses of Parliament in central London July 22, 2014. REUTERS/Toby Melville

FA too white and too male and it must change, says Dyke

26 July 2014

LONDON (Reuters) - "Overwhelmingly male and overwhelmingly white" Football Association chairman Greg Dyke said of his own organisation on Saturday, saying the governing body must change.

Brownlee brothers ease England to mixed triathlon gold

26 July 2014

GLASGOW (Reuters) – - Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee and brother Jonny helped England secure gold in the first ever mixed relay triathlon at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday.

Former T-Team coach Azraai angling for Police job

26 July 2014

PETALING JAYA: Former T-Team coach Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah (pic) is open to signing a short term contract with Police for the Malaysia Cup competition.

Italy administrator caught up in racism row

26 July 2014

ROME (Reuters) - Carlo Tavecchio, the favourite to become the next Italian Football Federation (FIGC) president, has been caught up in a racism storm after referring to African players as "banana eaters". The influx of foreign players has been a hot topic since the national team crashed out of the World Cup in the group stage and 71-year-old Tavecchio suggested Italy should replicate England's stringent requirements for non-EU players.

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Results and Fixtures

Malaysian Football

SUPER LEAGUE

ARMED FORCES 1 SIME DARBY 1
KELANTAN 2 TERENGGANU 3
SARAWAK 0 JDT 1
PKNS 2 SELANGOR 2
PERAK 3 PAHANG 0
T-TEAM 0 LIONS XII 1

PREMIER LEAGUE

JDT II 1 SABAH 0
PENANG 2 SPA PUTRAJAYA 2
POLICE 2 KEDAH 3
UiTM 1 NEGRI SEMBILAN 1
PERLIS 2 FELDA UNITED 3
DRB HICOM FC 1 PBAPP FC 1

EPL Results & Standings

English Premier League

   P  GD Pts
Man City (C)
38 65 86
Liverpool
38 51 84
Chelsea
38 44 82
Arsenal
38 27 79
Everton
38 22 72
Tottenham
38 4 69
Man Utd
38 21 64
Southampton
38 8 56
Newcastle
38 -16 49
Stoke
38 -7 50
Crystal Palace
38 -15 45
Swansea
38 0 42
West Ham
38 -11 40
Sunderland
38 -19 38
Aston Villa
38 -22 38
Hull
38 -15 37
West Brom
38 -16 36
Norwich (R)
38 -34 33
Fulham (R)
38 -45 32
Cardiff (R)
38 -42 30

C - champion
R - relegated

Upcoming EPL Fixtures

Season 2014/15 commences on Saturday, Aug 16, 2014.

** Denotes morning match

All matches in Malaysian time

Other Football Results

Champions League second qualifying round, first leg: Valletta FC (Mlt) 0 Qarabag (Aze) 1, Slovan Bratislava (Svk) 1 The New Saints (Wal) 0, BATE Borisov (Blr) 0 Skenderbeu (Alb) 0, FC Sheriff (Mda) 2 Sutjeska (Mne) 0, Zrinjski Mostar (Bih) 0 Maribor (Svn) 0, Santa Coloma (And) 0 Maccabi Tel Aviv (Isr) 1, Rabotnicki Skopje (Mkd) 0 HJK Helsinki (Fin) 0, Sparta Prague (Cze) 7 Levadia Tallinn (Est) 0, Cliftonville (Nir) 0 Debrecen (Hun) 0, Partizan Belgrade (Srb) 3 Torshavn (Fro) 0, Dinamo Zagreb (Cro) 2 Zalgiris (Ltu) 0, KR Reykjavik (Isl) 0 Celtic (Sco) 1.

Commonwealth Games

BADMINTON

Mixed team quarter-finals: Singapore bt Australia 3-0; England bt Sri Lanka 3-0; India bt Canada 3-1; Malaysia bt Scotland 3-1 (Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing lost to Robert Blair-Imogen Bankier 24-22, 9-21, 11-21; Chong Wei Feng bt Kieren Merrilees 21-16, 21-14; Tee Jing Yi bt Kirsty Gilmour 21-10, 21-15; Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem bt Martin Campbell-Patrick MacHugh 21-12, 21-15).

CYCLING

MEN

Individual sprint
Final: Sam Webster (Nzl) bt Jason Kenny (Eng) 
Bronze medal playoff: Edward Dawkins (Nzl) bt Peter Lewis (Aus)
Selected: Azizulhasni Awang (seventh)

WOMEN

500m time trial: 1. Anna Meares (Aus) 33.435 (Games record), 2. Stephanie Morton (Aus) 34.079, 3. Jess Varnish (Eng) 34.267. Selected: 5. Fatehah Mustapa 34.667.

RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS

Individual All-Around Final: 1. Patricia Bezzoubenko (Can) 59.175, 2. Francesca Jones (Wal) 57.350, 3. Laura Halford (Wal) 56.225. Selected: 4. Wong Poh San (Mas) 55.875, 6. Amy Kwan Dict Weng (Mas) 53.475.

Apparatus Finals

Hoop: 1. Patricia Bezzoubenko (Can) 14.800, 2. Francesca Jones (Wal) 14.750, 3. Wong Poh San (Mas) 14.650. Selected: 6. Amy Kwan Dict Weng - 14.200
Ball: 1. Patricia Bezzoubenko (Can) 15.250, 2. Francesca Jones (Wal) 14.875, 3. Laura Halford (Wal) 14.550. Selected: 5. Amy Kwan Dict Weng (Mas) 13.650. 

Clubs: 1. Patricia Bezzoubenko (Can) 15.350, 2. Francesca Jones (Wal) 14.800, 3. Themida Christodoulidou (Cyp) 14.300. Selected: 7. Amy Kwan Dict Weng (Mas) 13.900, 8. Wong Poh San (Mas) 13.376. 

Ribbon: 1. Francesca Jones (Wal) 14.500, 2. Wong Poh San (Mas) 14.250, 3. Patricia Bezouubenko (Can) 13.800. Selected: 4. Amy Kwan Dict Weng (Mas) 13.600.

HOCKEY

Men's group stage: Malaysia 2 Canada 0.

RUGBY SEVENS

Pool A: New Zealand 39 Canada 0, Canada 68 Barbados 5, New Zealand 17 Scotland 14, Scotland 56 Barbados 0, New Zealand 59 Barbados 0, Canada 5 Scotland 21.
Pool B: Kenya 28 Cook Islands 0, South Africa 36 Trinidad and Tobago 0, Cook Islands 33 Trinidad and Tobago 10, South Africa 50 Cook Islands 0, Kenya 33 Trinidad and Tobago 5, South Africa 20 Kenya 0.
Pool C: Samoa 33 Papua New Guinea 14, Wales 52 Malaysia 0, Papua New Guinea 36 Malaysia 7, Wales 29 Papua New Guinea 7, Samoa 54 Malaysia 0, Samoa 19 Wales 12.
Pool D: Australia 62 Sri Lanka 7, Australia 43 Uganda 5, England 57 Sri Lanka 0, England 40 Uganda 0, Sri Lanka 14 Uganda 17, England 7 Australia 15.

SHOOTING

Women's 10m air rifle finals: 1. Apurvi Chandela (Ind) 206.7, 2. Ayonika Paul (Ind) 204.9, 3. Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi (Mas) 184.4.

SQUASH

MEN
Quarter-finals: Peter Barker (Eng) bt Cameron Pilley (Aus) 11-8, 11-4, 11-5; Nick Matthew (Eng) bt Chris Simpson (Ggy) 11-7, 11-8, 11-9; Saurav Ghosal (Ind) bt Campbell Grayson (Nzl) 8-11, 7-11, 11-6, 11-8, 11-6; James Willstrop (Eng) bt Ivan Yuen (Mas) 11-1, 11-7, 11-3.

WOMEN
Quarter-finals: Joelle King (Nzl) bt Madeline Perry (Nir) 11-6, 11-4, 11-6; Nicol David (Mas) bt Jenny Duncalf (Eng) 11-9, 11-7, 5-11, 11-4; Alison Waters (Eng) bt Dipika Pallikal (Ind) 8-11, 11-2, 11-9, 11-6; Laura Massaro (Eng) bt Low Wee Wern (Mas) 11-3, 11-2, 11-6.

SWIMMING (All Finals)

MEN

100m breaststroke: 1. Adam Peaty (Eng) 58.94, 2. Cameron Van Der Burgh (Rsa) 59.28, 3. Ross Murdoch (Sco) 59.47.
200m butterfly: 1. Chad Le Clos (Rsa) 1:55.07, 2. Grant Irvine (Aus) 1:56.34, 3. Sebastien Rousseau (Rsa) 1:56.43.
Para-Sport 200m freestyle S14: 1. Daniel Fox (Aus) 1:57.89, 2. Thomas Hamer (Eng) 2:00.27, 3. Jack Thomas (Wal) 2:01.27.
WOMEN

50m freestyle: 1. Francesca Halsall (Eng) 23.96, 2. Cate Campbell (Aus) 24.00, 3. Bronte Campbell (Aus) 24.20.
100m backstroke: 1. Emily Seebohm (Aus) 59.37, 2. Georgia Davies (Wal) 59.58, 3. Belinda Hocking (Aus) 59.93.
200m breaststroke: 1. Taylor Mckeown (Aus) 2:22.36, 2. Sally Hunter (Aus) 2:23.33, 3. Molly Renshaw (Eng) 2:25.00.
4x200m freestyle relay: 1. Australia 7:49.90, 2. Canada 7:51.67, 3. England 7:52.45.

TABLE TENNIS

Men’s quarter-finals: Singapore bt New Zealand 3-0, Nigeria bt Australia 3-2, India bt Scotland 3-0, England bt Wales 3-0.
Women’s semi-finals: Singapore bt India 3-1, Malaysia bt Australia 3-1.

Golf

Canadian Open
Leading third round scores (US unless stated):
195: Jim Furyk 67-63-65; 198: Tim Clark (Rsa) 67-67-64; 200: Kyle Stanley 65-67-68; 201: Jamie Lovemark 69-65-67; 202: Joe Durant 69-66-67, Scott Brown 67-66-69, Graham DeLaet (Can) 69-63-70, Tim Petrovic 64-66-72; 203: Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spa) 67-67-69, Michael Putnam 64-70-69, Graeme McDowell (Nir) 68-65-70, Justin Hicks 66-67-70; 204: Matt Kuchar 69-65-70; 205: Charlie Wi (Kor) 66-73-66, Brandt Snedeker 69-69-67, Troy Matteson 70-68-67, Matt Bettencourt 67-70-68, Retief Goosen (Rsa) 69-67-69, Will Wilcox 68-68-69, Nick Watney 66-68-71, Andrew Svoboda 67-66-72; 206: Andres Romero (Arg) 71-68-67, Joel Dahmen 66-72-68, Ernie Els (Rsa) 70-67-69, Tim Herron 69-67-70, Roberto Castro 69-67-70, Danny Lee (Nzl) 69-65-72.

International Crown
Four-ball matches (two points for win, 1 for halved match)
Group A: Spain 4 Taiwan 0 (Carlota Ciganda-Azahara Munoz bt Tseng Yani-Phoebe Yao 6 and 5; Belen Mozo-Beatriz Recari bt Candie Kung-Teresa Lu 1 up); United States 2 Thailand 2 (Cristie Kerr-Lexi Thompson bt Ariya Jutanugarn-Moriya Jutanugarn 3 and 2; Paula Creamer-Stacy Lewis lost to Pornanong Phatlum-Onnarin Sattayabanphot 1-up)
Group B: Sweden 4 Australia 0 (Pernilla Lindberg-Mikaela Parmlid bt Katherine Kirk-Lindsey Wright 7 and 5; Caroline Hedwall-Anna Nordqvist bt Minjee Lee-Karrie Webb 4 and 3); Japan 2 South Korea 2 (Mamiko Higa-Mika Miyazato lost to Park In-bee-Ryu So-yeon 4 and 3; Ai Miyazato-Sakura Yokomine bt Choi Na-yeon-I.K. Kim 3 and 2).
Wildcard playoff: Park In-bee-Choi Na-yeon (Kor) bt Lexi Thompson-Cristie Kerr (US) birdie-birdie to birdie-par.

Russian Open

Leading third round scores:
203: Peter Whiteford (Sco) 66-71-66, David Horsey (Eng) 65-68-70; 207: Andrea Pavan (Ita) 73-70-64, Thomas Pieters (Bel) 67-68-72, Scott Jamieson (Sco) 66-72-69; 209: Sam Hutsby (Eng) 72-67-70, Gary Boyd (Eng) 69-68-72, Damien McGrane (Irl) 69-71-69; 210: Jamie McLeary (Sco) 68-72-70, Soren Hansen (Den) 72-69-69; 211: Maximilian Kieffer (Ger) 67-71-73, Javier Colomo (Spa) 72-68-71, Adrian Otaegui (Spa) 70-73-68, Krister Eriksson (Swe) 72-68-71; 212: Adrien Saddier (Fra) 69-73-70, Jorge Campillo (Spa) 68-76-68, Edouard Dubois (Fra) 72-68-72; 213: Joachim B. Hansen (Den) 69-73-71, Sam Walker (Eng) 69-71-73, Baek Seuk-hyun (Kor) 74-70-69, Brinson Paolini (US) 72-71-70, Kevin Phelan (US) 69-70-74, Haydn Porteous (Rsa) 72-71-70, Gaganjeet Bhullar (Ind) 67-71-75, Mikko Korhonen (Fin) 74-71-68; 214: Carlos Del Moral (Spa) 70-71-73, Roope Kakko (Fin) 71-73-70, James Heath 71-72-71, Adam Gee (Eng) 70-75-69; 215: Merrick Bremner (Rsa) 79-65-71, Daniel Im (US) 73-72-70, Mathias Gronberg (Swe) 70-70-75, Stuart Manley (Wal) 71-73-71, Gunn Charoenkul (Tha) 73-68-74, Daan Huizing (Ned) 72-74-69, James Morrison (Eng) 71-73-71, Oliver Bekker (Rsa) 67-76-72, Andreas Andersson (Swe) 70-73-72, Richard Finch (Eng) 71-73-71, Alastair Forsyth (Sco) 75-70-70, Nacho Elvira (Spa) 69-69-77.

Tennis

Atlanta Open
Semi-finals: John Isner (US) bt Jack Sock (US) 7-5, 6-4; Dudi Sela (Isr) bt Benjamin Becker (Ger) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3.

Baku Cup
Semi-finals: Elina Svitolina (Ukr) bt Francesca Schiavone (Ita) 3-6, 6-1, 6-4; Bojana Jovanovski (Srb) bt Stefanie Voegele (Swi) 6-2, 2-6, 6-4.

Croatia Open
Quarter-finals: Fabio Fognini (Ita) bt Borna Coric (Cro) 5-7, 7-6 (6-4), 6-3; Tommy Robredo (Spa) bt Pablo Carreno Busta (Spa) 6-1, 6-4; Marin Cilic (Cro) bt Lukas Rosol (Cze) 6-0, 6-2; Pablo Cuevas (Uru) bt Teymuraz Gabashvili (Rus) 6-3, 4-6, 6-2.

Nanchang WTA
Semi-finals: Peng Shuai (Chn) bt Zheng Saisai (Chn) 6-4, 6-7 (6-8), 6-3; Liu Fangzhou (Chn) bt Luksika Kumkhum (Tha) 6-4, 6-1.

Swiss Open
Semi-finals: Juan Monaco (Arg) bt Robin Haase (Ned) 6-3, 7-6 (7-4); Pablo Andujar (Spa) bt Fernando Verdasco (Spa) 6-3, 6-7 (2-7), 6-1.

Cycling

Tour de France

Stage 20 (54km time trial): 1. Tony Martin (Ger) OPQ 1’06:21, 2. Tom Dumoulin (Ned) GIA 1:39 behind, 3. Jan Barta (Cze) APP 1:47, 4. Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) AST 1:58, 5. Leopold Knig (Cze) APP 2:02, 6. Tejay Van Garderen (US) BMC 2:08, 7. Jean Christophe Peraud (Fra) ALM 2:27, 8. Sylvain Chavanel (Fra) IAM 2:36, 9. Markel Irizar (Spa) TRE 2:39, 10. Daniel Oss (Ita) BMC 2:58, 11. Danny Pate (US) SKY 3:01, 12. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ 3:12, 13. Martin Elmiger (Swi) IAM 3:12, 14. Maciej Bodnar (Pol) CAN 3:13, 15. Svein Tuft (Can) ORI 3:23, 16. Peter Velits (Svk) BMC 3:24, 17. Nlson Oliveira (Por) LAM 3:30, 18. Tanel Kangert (Est) AST 3:35, 19. Luke Durbridge (Aus) ORI 3:38, 20. Lieuwe Westra (Ned) AST 3:44.

Leading overall standings: 1. Vincenzo Nibali (Ita) AST 86’37:52, 2. Jean Christophe Peraud (Fra) ALM 7:52 behind, 3. Thibaut Pinot (Fra) FDJ 8:24, 4. Alejandro Valverde (Spa) MOV 9:55, 5. Tejay Van Garderen (US) BMC 11:44, 6. Romain Bardet (Fra) ALM 11:46, 7. Leopold Knig (Cze) APP 14:41, 8. Haimar Zubeldia (Spa) TRE 18:12, 9. Laurens ten Dam (Ned) BKN 18:20, 10. Bauke Mollema (Ned) BKN 21:24, 11. Pierre Rolland (Fra) EUC 23:16, 12. Frank Schleck (Lux) TRE 25:57, 13. Jurgen Van den Broeck (Bel) LTB 34:01, 14. Yury Trofimov (Rus) KAT 36:50, 15. Steven Kruijswijk (Ned) BKN 38:15, 16. Brice Feillu (Fra) BSE 43:59, 17. Chris Horner (US) LAM 44:46, 18. Mikel Nieve (Spa) SKY 46:40, 19. John Gadret (Fra) MOV 47:30, 20. Tanel Kangert (Est) AST 52:11.

Motorsport

FORMULA ONE

Hungarian Grand Prix

306.630km (70 laps): 1. Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull Racing 1’53:05.058, 2. Fernando Alonso (Spa) Scuderia Ferrari 5.200 seconds behind, 3. Lewis Hamilton (Bri) Mercedes 5.800, 4. Nico Rosberg (Ger) Mercedes 6.300, 5. Felipe Massa (Bra) Williams 29.700, 6. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Scuderia Ferrari 31.300, 7. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Red Bull Racing 40.700, 8. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Williams 41.000, 9. Jean-Eric Vergne (Fra) Toro Rosso 58.100, 10. Jenson Button (Bri) McLaren Mercedes 1:06.800, 11. Adrian Sutil (Ger) Sauber 1:07.600, 12. Kevin Magnussen (Den) McLaren Mercedes 1:17.800, 13. Pastor Maldonado (Ven) Lotus 1:23.300, 14. Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Toro Rosso 1 lap, 15. Jules Bianchi (Fra) Marussia 1, 16. Max Chilton (Bri) Marussia 1.
Retirements: Marcus Ericsson (Swe) Caterham 9 laps, Romain Grosjean (Fra) Lotus 11, Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) Force India 15; Sergio Perez (Mex) Force India 23; Kamui Kobayashi (Jpn) Caterham 25; Esteban Gutierrez (Mex) Sauber 34.

Drivers’ standings: 1. Nico Rosberg (Ger) 202 points, 2. Lewis Hamilton (Bri) 191, 3. Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) 131, 4. Fernando Alonso (Spa) 115, 5. Valtteri Bottas (Fin) 95, 6. Sebastian Vettel (Ger) 88, 7. Nico Hulkenberg (Ger) 69, 8. Jenson Button (Bri) 60, 9. Felipe Massa (Bra) 40, 10. Kevin Magnussen (Den) 37, 11. Sergio Perez (Mex) 29, 12. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) 27, 13. Jean-Eric Vergne (Fra) 11, 14. Romain Grosjean (Fra) 8, 15. Daniil Kvyat (Rus) 6.0, 16. Jules Bianchi (Fra) 2.0.

Constructors’ standings: 1. Mercedes 393 points, 2. Red Bull Racing 219, 3. Scuderia Ferrari 142, 4. Williams 135, 5. Force India 98, 6. McLaren Mercedes 97, 7. Toro Rosso 17, 8. Lotus 8, 9. Marussia 2.

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Sports Calendar

July

June 23-July 5
Wimbledon Championships – tennis
London

June 12-July 13
FIFA World Cup Finals – football
Brazil

July 3
Diamond League – athletics
Lausanne, Switzerland

July 6
British Grand Prix – Formula One
Silverstone

July 4-11
World Masters – squash
Hong Kong

July 5
Diamond League – athletics
Paris

July 5-27
Tour de France – cycling
England-France

July 8-13
US Open – badminton
New York

July 10-13
Women's Open – golf
Royal Birkdale, England

July 11-12
Diamond League – athletics
Glasgow, Scotland

July 11-13
German Grand Prix – MotoGP
Sachsenring

July 15-20
Chinese Taipei Open – badminton
Taipei City

July 15-20
Diving World Cup
Shanghai

July 17-20
The Open – golf
Liverpool, England

July 18
Diamond League – athletics
Monaco

July 20
German Grand Prix – Formula One
Hockenheim

July 23-Aug 3
Commonwealth Games
Glasgow

July 27
Hungarian Grand Prix – Formula One
Budapest

July 27-Aug 10
World Masters Championships – swimming
Montreal, Canada

August

July 23-Aug 3
Commonwealth Games
Glasgow, Scotland

July 27-Aug 10
World Masters Championships – swimming
Montreal, Canada

Aug 4-10
Rogers Cup – tennis
Toronto

Aug 7-10
US PGA Championship – golf
Valhalla

Aug 9-17
Cincinnati Open – tennis
US

Aug 10
FA Community Shield – football
Wembley

Aug 10
Indianapolis GP – MotoGP
US

Aug 10-15
Men’s & Women’s World Junior Individual – squash
Windhoek, Namibia

Aug 12
UEFA Super Cup – football
Cardiff, England

Aug 12-17
European Championships – athletics
Zurich

Aug 13-24
European Championships – aquatics
Berlin

Aug 16
English Premier League season starts – football
England

Aug 16-21
Men’s World Junior Team Championship – squash
Windhoek, Namibia

Aug 16-28
Youth Olympic Games
Nanjing, China

Aug 17
Czech Republic GP – MotoGP
Brno

Aug 21
Diamond League – athletics
Stockholm

Aug 24
Diamond League – athletics
Birmingham

Aug 24
Belgium Grand Prix – Formula One
Spa

Aug 25-31
World Championships – badminton
Copenhagen

Aug 25- Sept 7
US Open – tennis
New York

Aug 27-28
Swimming World Cup
Doha, Qatar

Aug 28
Diamond League – athletics
Zurich

Aug 31
British GP – MotoGP
Silverstone

September

Aug 25- Sept 7
US Open – tennis
New York

Aug 23-Sept 14
Tour of Spain (Vuelta Espana) - cycling

Sept 1-7
World University Squash Championships – squash
Chennai, India

Sept 2-7
Vietnam Open – badminton
Ho Chi Minh City

Sept 5
Diamond League – athletics
Brussels, Belgium

Sept 7
Italian Grand Prix – Formula One
Monza

Sept 8-21 World Championships – sailing Santander, Spain

Sept 9-14
Indonesia Open – badminton
TBC

Sept 12
Davis Cup semi-finals – tennis
Various locations

Sept 14
San Marino GP – MotoGP
Misano

Sept 19-Oct 4
Asian Games
Incheon, South Korea

Sept 20-28
World Road Championships – cycling
Spain

Sept 21
Aragon GP – MotoGP
Aragon, Spain

Sept 21
Singapore Grand Prix – Formula One
Singapore

Sept 26-28
Ryder Cup – golf
Gleneagles

Sept 28
Brazil GP – MotoGP
Brasilia

Sept 30-Oct 6
Carol Weymuller Open – squash
New York

October

Sept 27 - Oct 5
WTA China Open - tennis
Beijing

Oct 2-5
Reignwood LPGA Classic - golf
Beijing, China

Oct 3-12
World Artistic Championships - gymnastics
Nanning, China

Oct 5
Japanese Grand Prix - Formula One
Suzuka

Oct 5-12
Shanghai Rolex Masters - tennis
Shanghai

Oct 6-12
WTA Generali Ladies Linz - tennis
Austria

Oct 9-18
US Open - squash
Philadelphia

Oct 9-12
Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia - golf
Kuala Lumpur

Oct 11
Rugby League: Super League Grand Final - Rugby
Manchester, England

Oct 12
Standard Chartered KL Marathon
Kuala Lumpur

Oct 12
Russian Grand Prix- Formula One
Sochi

Oct 7-12
Dutch Open - Badminton
Almere

Oct 12
Japan GP - MotoGP
Motegi

Oct 13-19
WTA Kremlin Cup - tennis
Moscow, Russia

Oct 14-19
Denmark Open (Superseries Premier) - Badminton
Odense

Oct 16-19
LPGA HanaBank Championship
Incheon, South Korea

Oct 19
Australian GP - MotoGP
Phillip Island

Oct 20-26
BNP Paribas WTA Finals - tennis
Singapore

Oct 21-26
France Open (Superseries) - Badminton
Paris

Oct 26
Malaysian GP - MotoGP
Sepang

Oct 27 - Nov 2
WTA Yinzhou Bank Open - tennis
Ningbo, China

Oct 27 - Nov 2
BNP Paribas Masters - tennis
Paris

Oct 28
National Basketball Association season starts - basketball
USA

Oct 28 - Nov 2
Bitburger SaarLorLux Open - badminton
Saarbrucken, Germany

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