● French Open 2020: Kiki Bertens leaves court in wheelchair after win Fifth seed Kiki Bertens leaves the court in a wheelchair after a gruelling and bad-tempered win over Sara Errani in the French Open.
● Company lined up to buy Prestwick Airport pulls out of deal The airport was taken into public ownership in 2013 after being threatened with closure.
● French Open: Serena Williams withdraws with Achilles injury after 'struggling to walk' Three-time champion Serena Williams says she has been "struggling to walk" after withdrawing from the French Open because of an...
● NBA Finals: Can the Miami Heat stop LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers? As the Los Angeles Lakers prepare to meet the Miami Heat, BBC Sport takes a look at the storylines behind the Finals and speaks to those inside the...
● Speaker Hoyle attacks handling of virus legislation The Speaker criticises the government’s handling of powers to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
● Thousands have been waiting months for holiday refunds "They've got your money and are not passing it on". Thousands have been waiting for holiday refunds.
● Covid: Pupils 'flouting' school bus face covering rules A bus company writes to schools after drivers report a "significant number" are not complying
● UK Sport investigates allegations against British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association UK Sport launches an independent investigation into allegations made against the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association.
● Claims Birmingham surgeon kept bones of patients probed Derek McMinn, who invented a hip resurfacing technique used on Sir Andy Murray, has been suspended.
● Coronavirus: Delirium 'key symptom' in frail older people Doctors and carers advised to watch for signs of confusion because it could be a sign of Covid-19.
● London Marathon 2020: Athletes to wear social-distancing tech All staff and participants will wear devices that send an alert when too close to others.
● Ex-Audi boss stands trial over "dieselgate" claims in Munich Rupert Stadler is the first first top executive to stand trial over the 2015 scandal.
● Fuller's pub chain boss warns of 10% job cuts The government's decision to encourage people to work from home will hit its city-centre pubs.
● Ocado overtakes Tesco as most valuable UK retailer Online grocery delivery firm's stock market valuation beats Tesco's as the Covid crisis continues.
● Scots Covid death toll hits highest level since June First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the seven deaths are a "sharp reminder" about the dangers of Covid-19.
● County lines: Teenage drug dealers posed as key workers during lockdown. Gang leaders urged dealers to vary working hours to be less obvious in lockdown, a report reveals.
● 'Chicken Licken' views will hold us back, says Bank economist The Bank of England's Andy Haldane says now is not the time for pessimism about the UK's recovery.
● 1Xtra Live is back after 2019 event was shut down early This year's line up includes sets from Burna Boy as well as Young T & Bugsey.
● Banaz Mahmod murder: 'What they did was unforgivable' Banaz Mahmod was murdered by her uncle and father, fourteen years on her sister has chosen to speak out for the first time.
● Giro d'Italia: Geraint Thomas & Ineos set for battle with Simon Yates & Michelton-Scott Geraint Thomas will be supported by another two British riders as he bids to win his second career Grand Tour at the Giro...
● Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe: Derby winner Serpentine added to field at ParisLongchamp Serpentine, runaway winner of this year's Derby at Epsom, is added to the line-up for Sunday's eagerly awaited Prix de l'Arc de...
● Jonny Bairstow: England batsman loses Test central contract for 2020-21 Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow is not offered an England central contract for Test cricket, though he retains a limited-overs deal.
● Bairstow loses England Test central contract Wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow is not offered an England central contract for Test cricket, though he retains a limited-overs deal.
● London Marathon 2020: Eliud Kipchoge says race can bring hope to the world Kenya's four-time winner and world record holder Eliud Kipchoge says this year's unique edition of the London Marathon "can bring hope to...