A determined Elina Svitolina ended her long-time jinx against former Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova, cruising to a straight sets win at the WTA Finals.
This week’s sport on the BBC includes the Champions League, Mexican grand prix and the Super League Triathlon.
Spaniard Marc Marquez wins a fifth MotoGP title – his third in a row – then suffers a dislocated shoulder while celebrating his victory in Japan.
England coach Eddie Jones believes he knows just what it takes to get one up over the Springboks, as the two side prepare to square off at Twickenham.
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Eight-time Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has been offered a deal by Central Coast Mariners, says his agent Ricky Simms.
Pakistan bowler Mohammad Abbas rose to number three in the Test bowling rankings following his 17 wickets in the series against Australia.
Three-time NBA champion LeBron James had to break up a melee as the LA Lakers lost on his home debut at Staples Center.
The glitz and glam of the IPL could be headed to South Africa in 2019, as the BCCI is sending a team to assess the country as a possible host.
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Williams’ new driver George Russell drives BBC reporter Andrew Benson round a lap of the Circuit of the Americas which hosts Sunday’s Austin GP.
Wales’ Becky Morgan wins her first event after 18 years on the Ladies European Tour with victory at the Hero Women’s Indian Open.
Proteas wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock will represent Mumbai Indians in the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League.
Opposition which caused the £600m sale of Wembley to collapse is “bizarre” and led by “old men”, says ex-FA chairman Greg Dyke.
Great Britain’s Bianca Walkden was pipped to the top prize, going down 6-4 in the final to the Olympic champion Zheng Shuyin of China.
Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff warned that he fears Ferrari’s resurgent speed could create an upset despite Lewis Hamilton claiming pole position.
Fijian soldier Aveuta Tuila tells BBC Sport that his left-leg below-knee amputation will not stop him from competing at the 2018 Invictus Games.
John Isner has backed planned changes to Wimbledon aimed at preventing marathon matches – and says the rule should be named after him.
Danielle Kang said she had a “temper tantrum” and was given a stiff talking to from her caddie on her way to victory in Shanghai.
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss and elected to bat first in the opening ODI of a three-match series against Zimbabwe.
Italy’s Gianni Moscon of Team Sky won the Tour of Guangxi after Dutchman Fabio Jakobsen triumphed in the sixth and final stage.
Unbeaten Puerto Rican Emmanuel Rodriguez retained his International Boxing Federation bantamweight world title with a 12-round split decision.