Djokovic marches on

World No. 1 meets Australian Tomic next as temperatures soar in London

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Hapless Halep

Third seed crashes out with last year's 
finalist Bouchard, but 
Sharapova moves on

DIFFERENT STROKES: Simon Halep (above) and Eugenie Bouchard crash out while Maria Sharapova has an easy passage to 
the Round of 32.
DIFFERENT STROKES: Simon Halep and Eugenie Bouchard (above) crash out while Maria Sharapova has an easy passage to 
the Round of 32.
DIFFERENT STROKES: Simon Halep and Eugenie Bouchard crash out while Maria Sharapova (above) has an easy passage to 
the Round of 32.
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WHAT'S GONE

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Bowman gets Derby ride

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Kranji's love affair gets even hotter

ASTONISHING FEAT: Apprentice R Shafiq celebrating his fifth winner on June 21.
ASTONISHING WIN: Alan Munro steering War Affair to win the $500,000 Group 1 Patron's Bowl on June 21.
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Clyne completes move to Liverpool

Southampton's English defender Nathaniel Clyne.
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Pearson pays the price

Controversies cost Englishman Leicester job despite him leading club to safety

SHOCK EXIT: Nigel Pearson (above) was reportedly sacked by telephone and had no idea it was coming.
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