Top seed Kerber suffers historic first-round loss

French Open Venue: Roland Garros, Paris Dates: 28 May- 11 June Coverage: Listen to live radio commentary and follow text coverage of selected matches on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra and online. Germany’s Angelique Kerber became the first women’s top seed to lose in the opening round of the French Open with defeat by…

Man Utd loss to Ajax in Europa League final 'would cost £50m'

Manchester United will miss out on £50m if they fail to beat Ajax in the Europa League final on 24 May. The game in Stockholm is their only remaining chance of reaching next season’s Champions League. Failure to qualify for Europe’s flagship club competition for a second successive season would trigger a £21m penalty clause…

Dan Evans says Aljaz Bedene is 'not British' after Madrid Open loss

Dan Evans says he still considers himself to be the British number three – despite being overtaken by Aljaz Bedene in the world rankings. British number four Evans, 26, dropped to 58th in Monday’s latest standings, two places below Slovenia-born Bedene. Bedene, 27, moved to the UK in 2008 and switched nationality in March 2015….

I still love snooker & I won't retire – O'Sullivan positive after loss

Ronnie O’Sullivan says he has no intention of retiring and does not care if he fails to win another World Championship. The 41-year-old, a five-time winner at the Crucible, was beaten 13-10 by Ding Junhui in a captivating quarter-final. O’Sullivan was “disappointed” to lose but insisted he enjoyed the tournament and playing in a “fantastic…

Billy Monger crash: F4 driver's leg loss 'heart-wrenching'

Media playback is unsupported on your device The team boss of a teenage racing driver said he feared the worst in the crash which cost him his legs. Billy Monger, 17, was in a high-speed crash at Donington Park on Sunday and later had both legs amputated. Steven Hunter, head of Billy’s team JHR Developments,…

My future not affecting players – Wenger after 'worrying' loss

Media playback is not supported on this device Arsene Wenger says the uncertainty over his future is not affecting his Arsenal players, but admits their 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace is “a big worry”. Wenger is out of contract at the end of the season and has been offered a new two-year deal, although he…