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BBC Tennis News and Feeds

Konta to miss GB Fed Cup duties in 2020 to protect body

British number one Johanna Konta will not play for her country in the Fed Cup this year as she looks to increase her career longevity and manage injury.

GB's Dart reaches Australian Open first round

Harriet Dart becomes the fourth British woman to reach this year's Australian Open first round after winning her final qualifying match.

Britain's Heather Watson beaten in Hobart International semi-finals

British number two Heather Watson is knocked out in the semi-final of the Hobart International by Elena Rybakina.

Murray refuses to put time frame on recovery after injury setback

Andy Murray's comeback is delayed until the middle of February at the earliest as a pelvic injury is taking longer to heal than expected.

BBC Rugby News

Saracens Q&A: What is going on and what would relegation mean?

Already the recipients of a huge fine and points reduction, English champions Saracens now look set to be relegated. BBC rugby union correspondent Chris Jones explains why.

Saracens players could still represent England if club is relegated

Saracens' star players would still be able to play for England even if they are relegated from the Premiership to the Championship.

Dragons into Challenge Cup quarter-finals with bonus-point win

Dragons earn a quarter-final spot in the European Challenge Cup after a home bonus-point victory over Enisei-STM.

The race for the last eight - who needs what in the Champions Cup?

Saracens, Northampton, Gloucester, Glasgow and Ulster are set to duel it out for three quarter-final spots in the final round of pool matches in the Champions Cup.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Rangers 2-0 Stranraer: Hosts ease into Scottish Cup last 16

Rangers begin their Scottish Cup campaign with a routine victory over Stranraer at Ibrox to ease into the fifth round.

Fulham 1-0 Middlesbrough: Anthony Knockaert sends Whites third with winner

Anthony Knockaert scores the only goal as Fulham beat Middlesbrough to move up to third in the Championship.

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool boss says Afcon switch to January is 'catastrophe' for club

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says moving the Africa Cup of Nations back to January is a "catastrophe" for his club.

Derby County: Club claim EFL's charge over breach of spending rules 'unlawful'

Derby County say the English Football League's decision to charge them with a breach of spending rules is 'unlawful'.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

England in South Africa: Ollie Pope & Ben Stokes hit hundreds in third Test

Ollie Pope scores his first Test century and Ben Stokes 120 to put England in a dominant position on day two of the third Test against South Africa.

South Africa v England: Ollie Pope belongs in Test cricket - Jonathan Agnew

Ollie Pope's maiden Test century shows he is the "real deal" as a Test batsman, says Jonathan Agnew.

Women's T20 World Cup: England recall Georgia Elwiss for Australia tournament

All-rounder Georgia Elwiss is recalled to the England squad for the Women's Twenty20 World Cup in Australia in February and March.

India v Australia: Shikhar Dhawan makes 96 as hosts level one-day series

Shikhar Dhawan produces another strong batting display as India bounce back from Tuesday's humiliation to beat Australia by 36 runs and level the one-day series.

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