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Colombia hold Brazil in WC qualifer

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Bolovia hold Brazil in WC qualifierBRAZIL dropped points for the first time in their World Cup qualifying campaign with a 0-0 draw in Colombia.

Champions league qarterfinals set

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Champions League dates setTHE champions league quarterfinals will feature rematches from two of the past three finals.

Simona win Dubai Open

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Simona Halap win Dubai OpenWORLD number two Simona Halep has won her 20th WTA title, beating Elena Rybakina 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) in the Dubai Tennis Championships final.

Nadal wins Davis Cup for Spain

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Rafeal Nadal wins Davis Cup for SpainRafael Nadal clinched an emotional Davis Cup victory for Spain over Canada when he beat Denis Shapovalov in front of a jubilant home crowd in Madrid.

No time to celebate, Japan captian

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Japan qualifies for Cup quarter-finalsThe last time Japan hosted a World Cup in 2002, the ball was round, and memories of it hold a lesson for Japan captain Michael Leitch and his team-mates.

Sweden win third place at WWC

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ENGLANDEngland win fouth place in the WWC had to settle for fourth place at the Women's World Cup after a frustrating loss to Sweden in an eventful third-place play-off.

Qatar faces Messi in Copa opener

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MessiWORLD Cup 2022 hosts Qatar will face Argentina in this summer's Copa America.

Edmund on course fpr ATP title

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 Kyle Edmund: BBCBritish number one Kyle Edmund remains on course for his maiden ATP title after reaching the European Open final in Antwerp with a 6-3 6-4 win over 2016 champion Richard Gasquet.

Ronaldo debuts for Juventus

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Christiano Ronaldo debuts' for JuveCristiano Ronaldo made a winning start to his Juventus career as his new club came from behind to beat Chievo 3-2 in a dramatic start to the Serie A season.

Serena could be top seed

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Serena Williams: GISeven-time champion Serena Williams could still be made the number one seed at Wimbledon this year, even if the American does not climb back into the world's top 32 before the tournament.

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