Gary Neville has told Wayne Rooney: Don't quit Manchester United. Also: Andy Murray wants the Centre Court crowd to go wild today and bring Olympic fever back to Wimbledon.
Formula One drivers are threatening to strike after the British Grand Prix came close to being called off yesterday amid safety concerns over a string of tyre failures. Also: The Lions are preparing to fast-track three key players back from injury for the Test series decider against Australia as part of a major overhaul of the side beaten 16-15 in Melbourne.
Lewis Hamilton blasted the sport's rulers over safety as F1 aces consider a boycott of Sunday's German Grand Prix. Also: Defiant Andy Farrell attempted to restore the Lions' roar last night as he declared: We're ready for the biggest game of our lives.
The most dramatic British Grand Prix for a decade was nearly halted by the race director as safety fears mounted. Also: The Lions today expect captain Sam Warburton to be ruled out of the decisive third Test against Australia next Saturday in Sydney.
Arsenal fear being blown out of the water in their bids to sign Wayne Rooney and Gonzalo Higuain. Also: Lewis Hamilton last night blasted the FIA after four high-speed tyre explosions at the British Grand Prix.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
Formula One drivers will consider boycotting this weekend's German Grand Prix unless the "unacceptable" tyre explosions which blighted yesterday's British Grand Prix are rectified. Also: There is always a strange serenity about Wimbledon on the middle Sunday of the Championships. Out on Aorangi's sun-drenched practice courts, Novak Djokovic larked around with a few of his Serbian compatriots. Just a couple of metres away, Laura Robson sat on the grass with her knees hugged up to her chest, deep in conversation with her latest coach, Miles Maclagan.
The British Grand Prix was almost called off yesterday after a series of spectacular tyre blowouts at 180mph risked the lives of drivers. Also: The captains of the Lions and Australia will contemplate their fates today before the winner-takes-all third international in Sydney, with the strong likelihood that both will be ruled out of the decisive contest.
Brian O'Driscoll is on standby to lead the British and Irish Lions into the decisive third Test against Australia amid fears that Sam Warburton's tour will end prematurely. Also: Formula One is in crisis with one of its most experienced competitors, Felipe Massa, discussing the possibility of a drivers' boycott after yesterday's British Grand Prix was dominated by exploding rubber, with five drivers - including Britain's Lewis Hamilton - experiencing serious tyre problems.
In the first flush of disappointment, Lewis Hamilton was cursing his luck after an exploding tyre cost him his shot at victory when leading the British Grand Prix. Also: The British and Irish Lions were licking their considerable wounds yesterday as they reflected on a one-point defeat by Australia in a a hard-fought second Test in Melbourne.