Andy Murray has set his sights on replacing his friend and rival Novak Djokovic as world number one, following his second Wimbledon men's singles triumph. "Obviously now we have to focus on what the most important thing is to put as much attention as I can because I can't focus on everything the whole time ", Raonic said.
Kim Kardashian had released a video recording of the conversation between Swift and West discussing the controversial song. Normally, in the state of California, if a person records a private conversation without the other person's consent, it's illegal.
The striker was the subject of a failed £11m bid from Sunderland last month. And Sullivan said: "He (Sakho) is not for sale until we get players in". "I can't say I blame him", Sullivan conceded. The West Ham supremo added: "I would say to people if we don't bring anyone in it is not the end of the world as we were the fourth highest scorers in the Premier League last season - and we haven't lost a striker".
Those slim chances got a lot slimmer when Portuguese star/human wax figurine Cristiano Ronaldo went down in the opening minutes with a left knee injury after a late challenge from Dimitri Payet. The Portugal national team celebrates after winning the 2016 European Championship. Ronaldo and company replaced Spain, who won the tournament in 2008 and 2012, as the reigning Euro champions, and will represent UEFA at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup in Russian Federation.
Under him, he argued, Labour would keep its principles but also win power. He said this week that he backs the idea of a second European Union referendum, saying: "I don't think we should accept that we're on a definite path out.' And he faced controversy after declaring he was the 'normal" candidate - seen by some as a swipe at Miss Eagle, who is openly gay.
The country's favourite yearly sporting spectacle rolled on but no-one was in celebratory mood at the Tour de France's 13th stage time-trial following the Nice terror attack. Later, Froome and Dumoulin spoke with outward emotion. "I think it's pretty clear today everyone's thoughts are with those affected down in Nice ", Froome said.