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Sharapova gets wildcard into WTA Toronto event

Sharapova gets wildcard into WTA Toronto event

Set to enter the top 200 Monday, however, she is eligible to play in the qualifying event the week before in Roehampton, where she would need to survive three rounds just to take her place in round one at the All England Club. "She has complied with the sanctions imposed", he said. In a statement on her website, Sharapova said: "A few months ago, I received a wildcard offer from Birmingham, one of my most memorable tournaments as a young player".


Craig Anderson: Craig Anderson will start Game 6 on Tuesday

Craig Anderson: Craig Anderson will start Game 6 on Tuesday

After Sunday's 7-0 thrashing, the Penguins exit Game 5 and head back to Ottawa needing just one win to get back to the Stanley Cup Final. It was a masterclass performance, a display of offensive talent and depth, stout goaltending and strong defense.


Mourinho: Manchester will pull together as one

Mourinho: Manchester will pull together as one

Mourinho , who only joined United a year ago, added: "I know, even during my short time here, that the people of Manchester will pull together as one". UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said he was "deeply saddened" by the "horrible terrorist attack". United's England midfielder Jesse Lingard added: "My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by last night's attack on this handsome city".


US earns late point against Ecuador at U20 World Cup

US earns late point against Ecuador at U20 World Cup

Tab Ramos's side was hit with another deficit when Bryan Cabezas put Ecuador ahead with his second goal, in the 64th minute, but that set the stage for De La Torre, with the Fulham product cleaning up a failed clearance with a first-time effort that brought the US level.


'No specific intelligence' of risk to Europa final

'No specific intelligence' of risk to Europa final

United were due to have a routine pre-match meeting with Uefa today at which it is understood they will now ask if their players can wear black armbands in the final as a mark of respect in response to an attack that also left 59 people injured.



Eight-year-old confirmed as second Manchester terror victim

She was loved by everyone and her warmth and kindness will be remembered fondly. Manford wrote: "I'm so sorry about all those injured and who's lives have been devastated by his act of cowardice and for all the young people who will never go to another concert in their lives because of this frightful night and will be effected psychologically forever".