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    THE SUN:
    Alan Shearer's name was ripped down from St James' Park this week - and Newcastle did not even consult him. Also: Kick It Out T-shirts are set to be scrapped next season

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    THE TIMES:
    Kevin Pietersen will make his return to competitive cricket today with Australia playing to put England under the same pressure that led to them imploding last year. Also: The guessing game is over and whatever one's opinion, Warren Gatland has spoken.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England doubtless presumed that they could look forward to the Champions Trophy final in peace. Also: Warren Gatland and the Wallaby nation may not agree on many things at the moment, but both the Lions head coach and the whole of Australia are relishing the prospect of George North and Israel Folau tearing into each other in the Suncorp Stadium hothouse tomorrow.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Arsenal have finally joined the Premier League's biggest spenders after finalising a record-breaking deal to sign Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain that could be worth a staggering £50million. Also: Lions captain Sam Warburton has declared that he and his team will harness the desire of 'desperate' men as they strive for victory in the first Test against Australia.



    DAILY STAR:
    Sol Campbell is interested in the England Under-21s manager's job. Also: Sam Allardyce has tipped Andy Carroll to go from mega-money flop to England regular and one of the country's top strikers.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    The British and Irish Lions captain, Sam Warburton, has warned Australia to brace themselves for an explosive contest when the two teams finally meet in tomorrow's eagerly awaited first Test. Also: Alastair Cook and his Champions Trophy squad will each receive a sum approaching six figures if they can win England's first 50-overs title at Edgbaston on Sunday by beating India in the final.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    "Hats off for Her Majesty" was the cry from the 62,000 crowd as the courageous filly Estimate bravely held her Gold Cup rivals at bay to give the Queen her biggest win at Royal Ascot in more than six decades as a racehorse owner. Also: Brisbane is bracing itself for what Lions captain Sam Warburton believes will be the most ferocious examination of a player's resolve and self-confidence that he has experienced.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Arsenal's second-largest shareholder Alisher Usmanov has called on Arsene Wenger to buy Wayne Rooney. Also: Sam Warburton has believed "from day one" his team are capable of entering Lions folklore by delivering a special performance to beat Australia in tomorrow's first Test.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Liverpool paid Andy Carroll £1million to leave Anfield. Also: Newcastle stripped the Alan Shearer name from St James' Park yesterday, hours after the Toon hero called Joe Kinnear's appointment a "disaster".

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    THE SUN:
    Jose Mourinho has been given the green light to launch a major spending spree after Chelsea signed a staggering £300 million deal with adidas. Also: Sam Warburton and his Lions plan some nasty surprises for the Wallabies in today's First Test.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Wayne Rooney will meet David Moyes to decide his Manchester United future next week, with both Chelsea and Arsenal ready to offer him a way out. Also: Andy Farrell has warned Australia that Sam Warburton's Lions are ready to end 16 years without a series win.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    The pride of the entire Lions unique sporting brand is at stake against Australia today according to Ireland centre Brian O'Driscoll. Also: Joe Root is set to get the nod as Alastair Cook's opening partner ahead of Nick Compton for this summer's Ashes battle.



    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney wants to join Chelsea if he quits Manchester United this summer. Also: Thiago Alcantara has decided to turn his back on Barcelona and join Manchester United to rescue his World Cup dream

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    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    Brian O'Driscoll says that it is time he added to his sole winning experience as a Lion, the famous first Test at the Gabba in 2001, and revealed his desperation to be remembered as a successful Lion - not just one who lasted the course. Also: Andy Murray's Wimbledon draw could have been better and could have been worse.



    THE TIMES:
    An emotional Sir Ian McGeechan presented the Lions with their match jerseys for the first international against Australia last night and urged the players to seize their moment. Also: The world seemed to be at their feet when England secured the No 1 ranking in Test cricket at Edgbaston two years ago, but they face a much tougher challenge in the Champions Trophy final tomorrow when they face an India side that is vastly different in attitude, athleticism and personnel from the one that slumped so badly back then.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Sir Bradley Wiggins may have raced his last Tour de France. The 2012 winner hinted yesterday that he may not attempt to win the race for a second time, adding that the sacrifices involved for him and his family may prove too much in the future. Also: England may view tomorrow's match as 100 overs that stand between them, the Champions Trophy and the 1.3 million smackers that go with it but they will be hard pushed to overcome India, the form team of the tournament.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    A small handful of rugby players - those happy few - are born into Lionhood, and the very best of them, the creme de la creme, grow to their fullest size in the red jersey. Brian O'Driscoll is among that number. Also: He has avoided the draw from hell, but as Andy Murray reaches for the heavens he understands the size of his task. If the 26-year-old Scot is to end Britain's 77-year wait for a men's singles champion at Wimbledon, which begins on Monday, he will have to win seven best-of-five set matches over the next fortnight.



    DAILY MAIL:
    The British and Irish Lions go into battle against Australia today vowing to roar to victory. Also: Alan Pardew fears his top players will want to leave Newcastle after Joe Kinnear's radio rant.

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    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    Sam Warburton went from agony to ecstasy in the space of just 60 seconds, as his Lions side got lucky to win the first Test. Also: Liverpool have warned Real Madrid that they should put up or shut up over Luis Suarez.......Wayne Rooney will tell David Moyes that he wants to stay at Manchester United.




    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Sam Warburton went to hell and back as his British and Irish Lions got out of jail in a dramatic first Test. Also: Wayne Rooney is demanding an apology from Manchester United for Sir Alex Ferguson's parting shot at the striker.....Mike Ashley will bring in Gus Poyet if Alan Pardew decides he can take no more of Joe Kinnear at Newcastle.



    SUNDAY TIMES:
    Brisbane was alive and decked in red well into the early hours. The thousands of British and Irish rugby followers who had taken possession of Suncorp stadium were reflecting on history in reverse.

    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Wales wings George North and Alex Cuthbert scored tries in each half as they inspired the Lions to a pulsating first Test triumph. Also: Manchester City could launch a surprise £35million bid for Liverpool's want-away striker Luis Suarez.



    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    The Premier League yesterday came under unprecedented attack for having too much power - and not giving enough opportunities to English footballers. Also: Warren Gatland has called for better refereeing for the remainder of the Lions' tour after launching a scathing attack on yesterday's match official Chris Pollock.



    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo have been linked to a sensational £90million swop deal between Man Utd and Real Madrid. Also: Spurs want Aston Villa's lethal striker Christian Benteke.



    THE OBSERVER:
    Warren Gatland warned Australia his victorious Lions would be a lot better in Saturday's second Test in Melbourne and would have added firepower, with Tommy Bowe and Manu Tuilagi expected to make their comebacks against the rebels on Tuesday.



    INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    The British and Irish Lions believe two of their injured backs, the Ireland wing Tommy Bowe and the England centre Manu Tuilagi, will be passed fit for next weekend's meeting with the Wallabies in Melbourne where a win would give them a first series win in 16 years.



    THE SUN ON SUNDAY:
    Kurtley Beale was the toast of the Lions after the Aussie bad-boy's amazing last-minute blunder gifted the tourists a famous Test win. Also: Tony Adams has launched a scathing attack on Arsenal - and offered to join the board to help find Arsene Wenger's replacement.



    THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:
    Wallaby replacement Kurtley Beale had a chance to win the game for Australia with the last kick of the match - a penalty from 46 metres out - only to slip as he made contact. His effort fell well short. Also: Would the All England Club consider placing Lord Kitchener-style posters around its gates this fortnight? As Andy Murray prepares to chase his destiny once again on the lawns of Wimbledon, the message to every British fan should be "Your country needs you!"

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    THE SUN:
    Andy Murray will start his Wimbledon bid today admitting: I might never win it. Also: Alastair Cook's dreams of making history were shattered after his England team choked under pressure.



    DAILY MAIL:
    The Lions tour erupted in controversy last night as Australia captain James Horwill was cleared of stamping on the face of Alun Wyn Jones, despite damning video evidence. Also: England threw away a golden opportunity to win their first global one-day title last night in an extraordinary climax at Edgbaston, more Indian Premier League thriller than Champions Trophy final.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Stunned Gus Poyet hit out at Brighton last night after learning he had been sacked live on TV. Also: Alastair Cook admitted he was "devastated" after England's bottlers squandered a golden chance of Champions Trophy glory.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    England captain Alastair Cook admitted he was "devastated" that his team contrived to throw away victory in the Champions Trophy final at Edgbaston last night. Also: Roger Federer believes Andy Murray is the man to beat at Wimbledon and the biggest threat to claiming his record eighth title.



    DAILY STAR:
    Wayne Rooney was last night warned: You will crack up in the bright lights of London. Also: Alastair Cook admitted he found it "tough to take" after seeing Champions Trophy glory snatched away by India as they beat England by five runs at Edgbaston last night.



    THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The 38 years of fallowness in 50-over titles will turn 40 before England get their next chance to end the drought after India won a rain-reduced thriller at Edgbaston by five runs last night. Also: Defending Wimbledon champion Roger Federer stoked up home hopes yesterday by revealing that he rates Andy Murray as his toughest competition this year, even ahead of his long-time nemesis Rafael Nadal.



    THE TIMES:
    A day after the euphoria of their victory in the international over Australia, the mood of the Lions changed dramatically last night when James Horwill, the Wallabies' captain, was cleared of stamping on Alun Wyn Jones, Paul O'Connell faced the prospect of having to return home injured, and an eighth replacement was sent for owing to Alex Corbisiero's calf strain. Also: England contrived to lose their fifth one-day final on the last ball of a wet, windswept day that was celebrated long into the Birmingham night by vibrant India supporters who had been taken on a sometimes-magical, sometimes-mysterious tour by their side over the preceding four hours.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    For England the wait goes on: a five-run defeat by an energetic - and energetically supported - India in a rain-ravaged Champions Trophy final deprived Alastair Cook of the chance to become the first England captain to lift an ICC 50-over trophy. Also: Australia's captain, James Horwill, was yesterday cleared to face the British and Irish Lions in Saturday's second Test after escaping a ban for an alleged stamp on the head of Alun Wyn Jones.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The wait goes on. For 38 years and 16 competitions England had gone without winning a global one-day trophy and now that will rise to 40 and 17 after their befuddling defeat to India in the Champions Trophy final. Also: If the Lions dodged a bullet in the first Test against the Wallabies - had Australia been blessed with a goal-kicker worthy of the name, they would almost certainly have won - the home team evaded a disciplinary cannonball yesterday when James Horwill, their hugely influential captain, was cleared of stamping on the face of Alun Wyn Jones, his rival lock.

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    THE STAR:
    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini made a personal plea to Isco in a last-ditch bid to stop his £30million move to Real Madrid. Also: Rafa Nadal crashed out on the first day of Wimbledon yesterday in one of the tournament's biggest shocks.



    DAILY EXPRESS
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    Rafa Nadal was mauled by "The Shark" on Court No1 to leave a surprised Andy Murray with much clearer water between him and another Wimbledon final. Also: Australia yesterday pinned their hopes on Darren Lehmann resuscitating their flagging Ashes challenge after dramatically sacking coach Mickey Arthur just 16 days away from the first Test.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    England and Australia both took ruthless decisions yesterday in their quest for the Ashes. Also: Had it happened on Centre Court, where twice he has communed with the gods of his game and on one occasion beat Roger Federer in the final that some will always believe was the greatest match ever played, the fall of Rafa Nadal here yesterday might have been a little more wrenching.



    THE MIRROR
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    Manchester United are making a record-breaking £50million move for Edinson Cavani. Also: Andy Murray saw title rival Rafa Nadal fall to one of the biggest shocks in Wimbledon history - then claimed it was "a shame".



    THE TIMES:
    Joe Root was handed the task of opening the batting for England in the Ashes series on a dramatic day in which Australia replaced Mickey Arthur with Darren Lehmann as their head coach. Also: Rafael Nadal's face was like thunder.



    THE GUARDIAN
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    A disconsolate and shell-shocked Rafael Nadal refused to blame injury after crashing out of Wimbledon in the first round to a 1500-1 outsider in straight sets. Also: Australia have responded to the chronic form and crumbling discipline that has made a laughing stock of their Ashes preparations by sacking their South African coach little more than a fortnight before the first Test at Trent Bridge and replacing him with Darren Lehmann.



    DAILY MAIL
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    Rafael Nadal found himself bitten by an unknown nicknamed The Shark yesterday to suffer the biggest upset seen at Wimbledon so far this century. Also: Nick Compton's Ashes dream looks over after England yesterday left him out of the squad for their warm-up match against Essex and promoted Joe Root to open in his place.



    THE TELEGRAPH
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    Steve Darcis grinned half in delirium, half in sheer belief, after bathing in the adulation on Court No 1. Also: Much was made, in the build-up to this year's Wimbledon, of the fact that the famous four of men's tennis would be back in the same grand slam.



    THE SUN:
    Andy Murray cruised to a first-day victory at Wimbledon - then insisted he was sorry to see Rafa Nadal crash out. Also: Barcelona are ready to fight Real Madrid and Chelsea for £25million Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney.

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    THE STAR:
    Chelsea have told Napoli they will only pay a maximum of £40million for striker Edinson Cavani. Also: Golden girl Laura Robson was last night tipped for Wimbledon glory after slaying 10th seed Maria Kirilenko in stunning fashion.


    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Incredulous Laura Robson was tipped by Virginia Wade to do ''something incredible'' this fortnight after becoming the first British woman to beat one of the world's top 10 players at Wimbledon for 15 years. Also: Carlos Tevez's turbulent seven-year spell in England will end today when he joins Juventus in a deal worth potentially £27million to Manchester City.


    THE INDEPENDENT:
    Laura Robson has been hailed as the future of British tennis and the 19-year-old did much to salvage its current reputation here last night when her first-round victory saved the home contingent from equalling their worst-ever performance at Wimbledon. Also: wimbledon press conferences are frequently bizarre, with questions on subjects far removed from tennis, but not many are prepared with suggestions that questions be put "to my lawyer".


    THE TIMES:
    Warren Gatland is expected to make three changes to the Lions' starting line-up for the second international against Australia on Saturday after Alex Corbisiero became the latest player to be ruled out by injury. Also: The day after an event as shattering to a major championships as the loss of one of its few superstars tends to be the time to regain a sense of equilibrium: Novak Djokovic in straight sets, check; Serena Williams in full strut, check; Tommy Haas defying the ages, check. Laura Robson beating the world No 10 in straight sets ... whoa!


    THE GUARDIAN:
    The story was looking depressingly familiar when Laura Robson took to Court No1 on Tuesday afternoon, with only Andy Murray left standing after eight Wimbledon first round matches featuring a British interest. Also: Hacking through the undergrowth of a grand slam title before reaching the sunlit plains of the second week is tough work for most, a little more straightforward so far in these championships for Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.


    DAILY MAIL:
    Laura Robson produced a scintillating display to restore some British pride at Wimbledon yesterday as she knocked out world No 10 Maria Kirilenko. Also: Carlos Tevez's turbulent stay in England was coming to an end last night after Manchester City agreed a £10 million deal with Juventus for the Argentina striker. Also:


    THE TELEGRAPH:
    When Laura Robson picked up her phone after what felt like a career-defining victory over Maria Kirilenko, she found eight messages waiting from mother Kathy. "My mum always texts me during my matches," she smiled. "Generally it's about catching my ball toss." Also: Carlo Tevez is on the brink of ending his eventful seven-year stay in English football after Manchester City on Tuesday night accepted a £10 million offer from Juventus.


    THE SUN:
    Manchester City last night agreed to sell former skipper Carlos Tevez to Juventus in a £10million deal. Also: Laura Robson won the hearts of the British public with a stunning Wimbledon win.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    David Moyes wants Wayne Rooney to stay at Old Trafford. Also: Laura Robson was backed to win future Grand Slams after the biggest win for a British woman at Wimbledon since 1998.

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    THE SUN:
    Andy Murray was gift-wrapped a route to the Wimbledon final after Roger Federer crashed out. Also: Juventus hope to persuade Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov to follow Carlos Tevez to Turin... Rafa Benitez has taken a swipe at Jose Mourinho.



    DAILY STAR:
    Arsenal have put together a package they hope can convince Wayne Rooney to join them from Manchester United. Also: Roger Federer crashed out of Wimbledon as Andy Murray's route to glory dramatically opened up after one of the craziest days in the tournament's history... Carlo Ancelotti was finally unveiled by Real Madrid last night - and told them to go and sign Gareth Bale.



    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andy Murray saw the path to Wimbledon glory open up last night as Roger Federer's exit capped a day of carnage at the All England Club. Also: Ben Youngs has won the battle to be the Lions' starting scrum-half in Saturday's second Test... Real Madrid have offered cash plus players to Tottenham in a bid to deliver Gareth Bale for new boss Carlo Ancelotti.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    Andy Murray took four massive steps to the final on one of the most astonishing days of carnage in Wimbledon history, as Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova crashed out. Also: Andrew Straus has warned the intense pressure of Ashes combat may yet reopen cracks in Kevin Pietersen's relationship with the England dressing room... Manchester City are reviving their interest in Robert Lewandowski to replace Carlos Tevez.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Seven-time champion Roger Federer crashed out of Wimbledon on one of the craziest days in the tournament's history. Also: Andrew Strauss hopes Kevin Pietersen has learned his lesson, as England's star batsman prepares for his first home international since the texting controversy he sparked last summer... Australia's build-up to the crucial second Test against the Lions on Saturday was thrown into turmoil after Kurtley Beale and James O'Connor were caught on a night out which went on until 4am

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    THE TIMES:
    Andy Murray's chances of breaking a 77-year British sporting jinx at Wimbledon were dramatically enhanced last night by the shock elimination of Roger Federer, the defending champion. Also: Kevin Pietersen is preparing for his first England appearance on home soil since being "reintegrated" back into the team, with Andrew Strauss, the captain he allegedly betrayed last year, hoping that his former team-mate has "learnt some important lessons" from the dispute that split the dressing room... Warren Gatland left team selection for the second international against Australia until the last minute as injuries and tired bodies were assessed in Melbourne.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The most extraordinary day in Wimbledon's 136 years ended in the highest drama here last night as Roger Federer, the seven-time winner, suffered the most astonishing defeat of his career. Also: Carlo Ancelotti declared he was looking forward to coaching Cristiano Ronaldo in his presentation as the new Real Madrid coach yesterday, as the Spanish broadsheet El Pais reported that the striker had been encouraged to stay at the club this year before moving back to Old Trafford as a free agent in 2015... Arsenal's hopes of signing the Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain have been improved by Carlos Tevez's move to Juventus.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Maria Sharapova has led criticism of the condition of the Wimbledon courts, after she slipped three times and then fell out of the tournament altogether on a day when a record seven players were forced to pull out through injury. Also: Andrew Strauss knows more than most about how conflict can disrupt a dressing room... Kimi Raikkonen could replace Mark Webber as the team-mate of the world champion Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull next year.



    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The All England Club came under heavy fire for the state of its grass courts yesterday after Wimbledon experienced the most number of withdrawals from a tournament in a single day in the Open era. Also: Sebastian Vettel has said he would have no problem lining up alongside Kimi Raikkonen next season after Red Bull team principal Christian Horner conceded publicly that the Finn would "have to be an option" for the team for 2014... Liverpool will seek urgent talks with striker Luis Suarez to assess whether he is in breach of his contract following claims from Spain he has agreed personal terms with Real Madrid.

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    THE SUN:
    Andy Murray has vowed to work harder than ever after a week of shocks at Wimbledon. Also: David Moyes will need to stump up £16million to land Leighton Baines from Everton... Jose Mourinho last night made a £5million bid to nap Norwich keeper John Ruddy.



    DAILY STAR:

    Manchester United will turn their attention to Gareth Bale if they fail to lure Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford. Also: Novak Djokovic insists he is more concerned about his third-round clash than a potential Wimbledon final with Andy Murray.



    DAILY EXPRESS:
    The future of Lions rugby will be secure as long as the players withstand the groaning weight of expectation and settle the series by winning tomorrow's second Test here. Also: Everton have rejected Manchester United's opening bid for Leighton Baines and insist the England left-back is not for sale.



    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Wallaby captain James Horwill will definitely face the British and Irish Lions in Saturday's mighty set-to at the Docklands Stadium, but his chances of seeing out the series are now dangerously slim.



    THE MIRROR:

    David Moyes will have to battle his old club to land Leighton Baines after Everton rejected his £12million offer for the England defender. Also: Andy Murray warned that any of the remaining big names could be rocked out of Wimbledon as he prepared to face an on-song Spaniard named after The Who musical.



    THE TIMES:
    Tensions in the Lions series in Australia threatened to boil over yesterday after James Horwill, the Wallabies captain, learnt that he could yet be banned for stamping.



    THE GUARDIAN:
    Manchester United will have to increase significantly their opening offer for Leighton Baines if David Moyes is to take Everton's outstanding player with him in his new job as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Andy Murray goes into his third-round match at Wimbledon today with John McEnroe heaping expectation upon him after Wednesday's carnage left his path to the final wide open. Also: Everton have rejected a £12million bid from Manchester United for Leighton Baines.



    THE TELEGRAPH:
    The die has been cast in Melbourne, the British and Irish Lions sending out a clear signal that they intend to fight with every fibre in their body to claim the win against Australia that would give them a first series victory in 16 years.

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    DAILY TELEGRAPH:
    The British and Irish Lions have pledged "not to die wondering", as they contemplate putting their entire playbook into action for the second Test at the Etihad Stadium today. Also: Putting on a show is not really Andy Murray's style. He leaves the flamboyance to others

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    THE INDEPENDENT:
    The Lions know it can be done - three of their coaches were members of the playing squad the last time the feat was achieved, 16 years ago in South Africa - and they understand how to do it. Also: Come rain or shine, under a roof or in the open air, Andy Murray's progress is relentless.



    THE TIMES:
    Andy Murray may have benefited from the roof over Centre Court, allowing his third-round match to start last night, but the No 2 seed is not a fan, tweeting that he missed it being open to the elements and saying: "It looks and sounds weird watching grass-court tennis indoors." Also: When Laura Robson said that her third-round match against Marina Erakovic today would be tough, she was not being polite.



    THE GUARDIAN:

    It has been 12 years in the making, two years in the planning, and six weeks in the execution. And it could all be settled today. The British and Irish Lions have the chance to win their first Test series since they beat South Africa in 1997, 16 years and a single day ago. Also: Andy Murray has hit a scary peak of form at the end of a wild week at Wimbledon.


    DAILY MIRROR:
    Andy Murray and Laura Robson were on song yesterday as the two Brits continued their march up the Wimbledon charts. Also: Brazil's Confederation's Cup hero Paulinho cannot wait to join Spurs - because he has been told Gareth Bale is staying.



    DAILY STAR:

    Andy Murray last night begged the nation to stop piling on the Wimbledon pressure. Also: Manchester City are set for a new showdown with Real Madrid - this time over defender Pepe.



    THE SUN:
    Wayne Rooney favourites Andy Murray and Laura Robson kicked their opponents into touch on a best of Britain day at Wimbledon. Also: Patrice Evra is set to quit Manchester United after David Moyes' move for Leighton Baines.



    DAILY EXPRESS:

    Andy Murray steamrollered his way into the fourth round of Wimbledon with a dominant display under the roof last night. Also: Rob Howley has told the Lions to throw everything into today's second Test to get the series over and done with.



    DAILY MAIL:
    Andy Murray cruised into Wimbledon's second week - and Laura Robson can help fly the flag today by becoming the British woman to reach the fourth round since Sam Smith 15 years ago. Also: The Lions have been ordered to show a ruthless streak today by completing their quest for a rare Test series success a week early.

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    THE SUN SUNDAY:
    David Moyes has secretly met Wayne Rooney in a bid to persuade the troubled star to stay at Manchester United. Also: Laura Robson made two bits of history as she steamed into the last 16 of Wimbledon.



    SUNDAY PEOPLE:
    Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants to bring Fernando Torres to the Emirates. Also: Laura Robson staged an amazing comeback to storm into Wimbledon's last 16 - then ordered her mum to stay away.



    MAIL ON SUNDAY:
    Laura Robson became the first British woman for 15 years to reach the Wimbledon last 16 as she completed an extraordinary comeback yesterday. Also: Lions captain Sam Warburton faces being ruled out of the series-deciding third Test against Australia in Sydney by the hamstring injury which forced him from the field with 14 minutes left of yesterday's agonising 16-15 defeat by the Wallabies.



    SUNDAY MIRROR:
    George North showed his breathtaking power and strength, but the giant winger couldn't inspire a Lions win this weekend. Also: Arsenal have made a £20million bid for Wayne Rooney.



    SUNDAY EXPRESS:
    Laura Robson wowed Wimbledon with a brave fightback that sent Court Two into raptures. Also: Thousands of motor racing fans will flock to Silverstone today to watch Lewis Hamilton attempt to make British Grand Prix history.



    SUNDAY TELEGRAPH:

    The British and Irish Lions face the prospect of losing their captain, Sam Warburton, for the series decider in Sydney next Saturday after he suffered a hamstring problem in yesterday's dramatic 16-15 defeat to Australia. Also: Mark Cavendish and Chris Froome, Britain's Tour de France luminaries, were left breathing a huge sigh of relief last night at avoiding a potential calamity after the 100th edition of the great race began with a terrible crash amid farcical scenes here in Bastia.



    THE SUNDAY TIMES:
    All square in Australia - but are momentum and history now against the 2013 British & Irish Lions? Also: Many British teenagers will tell you that this is the most trying time of their young lives, with all-important examinations taking their toll. For Laura Robson, the latest test took place in public on Wimbledon's Court No 2.



    THE OBSERVER:
    After an opening stage of the Tour de France that Mark Cavendish described as "carnage" and Chris Froome called "brutal", there was relief for Britain's hopes for the green and yellow jerseys as they avoided injures and lost no time. Also: Sam Warburton will find out tomorrow whether he will be available for the deciding Test in Sydney after the first hamstring injury of the Lions captain's career forced him off the field with 14 minutes to go.



    THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY:
    The Lions are licking any number of wounds after narrowly failing to win a first Test series in the southern hemisphere since 1997, but one wound in particular will be tormenting them ahead of next weekend's third and final meeting with the Wallabies in Sydney. Also: There are still times when a nervous and immobile Laura Robson can look like so many of the home players whose failures have littered the courts of the All England Club over the years.





    DAILY STAR SUNDAY:
    Wayne Rooney will stay with Manchester United if he's offered a new contract on the terms he has now. Also: It is Sydney or bust for the Lions after Leigh Halfpenny and his team-mates took their turn to endure last kick heartbreak.







 
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