BBC Radio Wales
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his 60s and 70s will appear at Finesse Leigh magistrates court next month and a recording of a television performance bicycle if Richard from 1958 has been discovered on a farm in Blackpool is believed to be the oldest surviving television footage of the cliff and I think to place even before he did that singing at Wimbledon a couple of years ago so that's a summary of the news now with a sport not involving Cliff Richard his mum poyser thank you good afternoon Chris Coleman says his only Focus is Wales's World Cup qualifier in Serbia next month and not his long-term future as manager is Candice contract to Wales until the finals in 2018 but has hinted he would consider this position is Wales became out of contention in the group has this week been linked with Crystal Palace but he is.
Daily Mail - Home
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The first ball of this year's Wimbledon will be served on July 3rd...but for those who can call themselves permanent residents of SW19, the tournament offers an almighty property rental payday.
France 24
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Andy Murray admits he struggled to stay motivated after a scintillating surge in form that propelled him to the top of the world rankings only a few months ago. The Briton usurped Novak Djokovic to become world number one for the first time at the end of last year, but approaches the French Open next week on a poor run. Murray turned 30 last week but there has been little to celebrate on the court, with his latest defeat coming at the Rome Masters when he lost his second-round match to local favourite Fabio Fognini. Rafael Nadal's red-hot form makes him the favourite at Roland Garros when the French Open begins on Sunday and Murray told AFP in Paris: "Maintaining your motivation, your focus and concentration for a very long period is difficult. "At the end of last year I put in a lot of effort, focus and I achieved a very big goal. "I had a similar period after I won my first Grand Slam tournament at the US Open and also after I won Wimbledon for the first time, especially Wimbledon because I felt like there was nothing.
South China Morning Post
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After months of disappointment and a lack of motivation, Andy Murray is counting on the French Open to turn his season around. In November, Murray became the first British man to reach world No 1 since the rankings were introduced in 1973. The Wimbledon champion also became the first player to win a grand slam, the ATP World Tour Finals, the mens singles at the Olympic Games and a Masters 1000 title all in the same calendar year. Not surprisingly, its been a tough act to follow....
BBC Radio Ulster
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it's 7 o'clock on Thursday the 25th of May you're listening to good morning Ulster on FM online and on digital with Declan lawn in Belfast and I'm counting in belcoo on the Fermanagh caravan border this morning we'll find I've got people in the Lakeland County think of brexit also on the programme this morning Theresa May use to raise concerns with president trump over intelligence leads to the US Media showing photographs and other details from the scene of the Manchester bombings a total of 8 people in custody including the older brother of the suicide bomber so my BT sports headlines an emotional night in Stockholm is Manchester United odds to win the Europa League qualify for the Champions League and the Wimbledon hits A century is England cricketers defeat sadaf.
BBC News 24
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But he has said in a statement that he has no ambitions now to take another job. Two time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova could still play at Wimbledon this year. She suffered injuries to her hand in a knife attack in December but her representatives says her recovery is on track.
BBC Radio Wales
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Crystal Palace manager 5 months after joining the club he replaced Alan Pardew in December on a two and a half years old and still the club to Premier League safety on the penultimate week end of the season and a double Wimbledon champion Petra converter because it is on track to play at this year's Championship that's less than 6 months after an intruder at home left with career threatening injuries because of Us representative said she could also quite the French Open which starts next week thank you Joe business news now and we're off to Hong Kong to talk to Andrew Wood who's that the BBC's business days grace home care we got issues with Volkswagen there's a pollution scandal over at the company we got car makers of being implicated in similar schemes elsewhere the United States government is suing Fiat Chrysler it's a legend of a Chrysler Sol.
Bleacher Report
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Two-time champion Petra Kvitova has revealed she is "on track" to compete at Wimbledon in July having recovered from a hand injury she suffered in a knife attack at her home in December. Per BBC Sport , a spokeswoman for the 27-year-old left-hander said a " last-minute decision" would be made about Kvitova competing at the French Openwhich starts next weekwhile the player herself posted a positive message on Instagram earlier this month. Per Reuters' Simon Cambers , the Czech, who won Wimbeldon in 2011 and 2014, underwent four hours of surgery to her left hand following the attack at her home in Prostejov, Czech Republic, at the end of last year, and she has made a quicker recovery than expected. Kvitova is currently ranked 16th in the world. Her best result in the French Open is the semi-final she reached in 2012, and it would be a tough ask for her to make her return at Roland Garros "g iven the physicality required to play on clay," per Cambers.
BBC Radio Scotland
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absolutely no sense again I've got in the end he gave up acting for charity work as a Goodwill ambassador for UNICEF it didn't of his knighthood we could still make headlines when is third marriage break-up I think this is the way we remember to Rodger Moore suave sophisticated a not remotely serious that was Nick time remembering the life of Sir Rodger Moore someday Lord Warner Bros check your balance check select case let's start this weekend wrap yourself in one of the most beautiful road trips in the world Eaters and he Curzon Wimbledon.
BBC Radio Wales
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how tall you started to test against New Zealand last summer and Dan Evans you're also throws into question the validity of Wales's senior player selection policy which is supposed to say the players playing in Wales and Richard Hibbard has been added to the barbarian squad for the match is against England at the Ulster he's the only Welsh Malin involved in the games next Sunday and next Thursday Nigel Owens will referee the pro 12 final in Dublin this Saturday between the Scarlets and Munster and Petra kvitova is on track to play at Wimbledon less than 7 months after she was stabbed by an intruder in a house which left with a career threatening hand injury to time Wimbledon champion is due to make a last minute decision about whether to make a return of the French Open which starts next week Simon thank you 537 the time and in the last hour please your half an hour should use of name to the chief suspect in last night said.
BBC Radio London
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the time Wimbledon champion is due to make a last minute decision about whether or not she will return at the French Open as well though which starts at next week or call 020 7224 2730 much sugar Heather the telling it's what's happening in the world of Sport at just to confirm for you salmon that BD is there has been named by Greater Manchester Police of the person responsible for the Manchester arena attack last night at 22 years old a baby was born in Manchester New Year's Eve in 1994 a year at least three siblings and elder brother who was born in London and a young brother and sister who are bowling Manchester the family is believed to have been over Libyan origin that they have lived.
BBC Radio London
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and Irish Lions Captain Sam Warburton says he's fully fit for the upcoming tour of New Zealand after recovering from a knee injury he was I given his back into believing to Polish the Saracens Number 82 pulled out of the score yesterday with a shoulder injury that's Warburton insist he'll come back stronger but it was actually really mature you talking to me there's a lot of pressure on him with a blog Preston to go on tour and she could have ended up becoming playing the first two games with apps he might values play In The Park it ended up being sent home when you over the shoulder so he'll be gutted but you don't have to say you can go and Sensibility Lions tours you know so disappointed be back and Petra kvitova is on track to play at Wimbledon lesson 7 months after she was found by an intruder in her house she's left her with career threatening hand injury.
Daily Mail - Tennis
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Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova will decide this week whether she will make her comeback at the French Open. She hasn't played since being attacked by an intruder in December.
The Washington Times - Tennis
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PRAGUE (AP) - Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova will decide this week whether she will make her comeback at the French Open. She hasn't played since December, when she was attacked by a knife-wielding intruder. Kvitova previously said she would sign up for the Grand Slam in Paris, which begins ...
Daily Express - Sports
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PETRA KVITOVA is expected to play at Wimbledon this summer, less than seven months after she was stabbed by an intruder in her home
The Guardian - Sport
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Two-times champion could be ready for French Open this weekendVictoria Azarenka also on course for Wimbledon after birth of son Petra Kvitova is set to play at Wimbledon less than seven months after she was stabbed by an intruder in her home. The 26-year-old, who required four hours of surgery to her playing hand after the December attack in Prostejov, Czech Republic, could even be ready to play in the French Open, which begins in Paris on Sunday. Continue reading...
BBC News - Top Stories
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BBC Radio Wales
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as we work with the hotels in Manchester so we got a lot of calls from the hotels were people were taken in from the hotel so they did a brilliant job by taking them in and then obviously the worry dolls and their Foster us to come today and see if he could help in any way and that's when we decided that earn money wasn't very important in this sun what what what am I most was the safety of the people and that's when we decided to if you could help anyone who was genuinely stranded in Manchester to get home we decided to give a free taxi to tell me that some of the people that you have helped over night smiley without phone calls from parents so obviously it must have been destroyed. I'm not known by their kids wearing stuff and then obviously getting hold of Wimbledon very worried where they were.
BBC Radio London
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one penny on income tax in the short run with run would raise 6 billion times a year is the cost for an average worker on about 25 thousand of less than two coffees a week I know the People's budget too tight but when we come down to the question do we want to ensure that our loved ones have care when they need it I know how I answer that question I think it's a price that's worth paying and and ever and never the less you know and I know that there is a big push to get us to consider what might happen as we get older and and it certainly that late reported that the few months ago which was ok did the same way we look after our children we think about them and we also need to make provision for Wimbledon older certainly even if you disagree with what Sabina in the manifesto.
The Washington Times - Tennis
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MOSCOW (AP) - Two-time Australian Open champion Viktoria Azarenka says she is planning to return to competition before Wimbledon. Azarenka, who was ranked No. 1 for seven months in 2012 and 2013, went on a break last July to have her first child. She had previously been targeting a return ...
BBC News - Top Stories
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Former world number one Victoria Azarenka is planning to play at Wimbledon as she returns to tennis following the birth of her son.
Daily Mail - Tennis
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MIKE DICKSON: Parenthood has given another twist to women's tennis after Victoria Azarenka announced she will be returning in time for Wimbledon after giving birth last December.
France 24
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Former world number one Victoria Azarenka said Monday she will return earlier than planned to compete at Wimbledon this July, seven months after giving birth to son Leo. "My training has been progressing well and I feel ready to start competing... plus Leo kinda said he wants to see London and Wimbledon," the 27-year-old Belarusian wrote on Twitter. "I will be finalising my schedule before Wimbledon in the coming days -- I plan to play one of the grasscourt events prior to Wimbledon! I will keep you updated!" Wimbledon starts on July 3 with grasscourt warm-up tournaments beforehand at 's-Hertogenbosch in The Netherlands and Nottingham, Birmingham and Eastbourne in England. Azarenka, a two-time Australian Open champion, previously said she intended to return at Stanford, California at the end of July. She launched her 2016 campaign with back-to-back titles at Indian Wells and Miami, but missed the rest of the season after announcing she would give birth in December.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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" Even if Noah remains the last French man to win a grand slam singles title, France have at least enjoyed more success on other surfaces, even if it all ended in anti-climax. Arnaud Clement reached the Australian Open final in 2001, Tsonga also made the final in Melbourne in 2008, while Pioline reached the finals of both the US Open (1993) and Wimbledon (1997). Would Wilander be tempted to coach a French man to try to take him to Roland Garros glory ? "No!" he said, before adding with a laugh: "I am happy with my life, my work as a commentator for Eurosport - I have made the finals of every grand slam since 2002." Wilander still thinks that no French man is close to winning again on the red dirt in Paris. "I think the longer it (the drought) goes on, the harder it gets. Yannick transcended sport in the way that Andre Agassi did, and Bjorn Borg," said Wilander.