Andy Murray says he is proud of his French Open campaign despite a semi-final defeat to Stan Wawrinka on Friday.
Rafael Nadal beat Austrian Dominic Thiem in three sets to reach his first French Open final in three years on Friday.
Craig Gordon says Scotland are “capable of hurting England” and insists they will not be overawed by the occasion at Hampden.
Wildfires that tore through a coastal South African town on Wednesday, killing at least four people and forcing about 10,000 to evacuate their homes, were still not fully controlled on Thursday, according to local news reports.
Andy Murray’s movement has got better throughout his French Open campaign which puts him in good stead for the impending grass court season starting at Queen’s Club later this month.
Michael O’Neill says he will not focus Northern Ireland’s gameplan around stopping Azerbaijan debutant Richard Almeida on Saturday.
England make the short trip to Scotland as World Cup 2018 qualification resumes at Hampden Park on Saturday, live on Sky Sports.
NAIROBI, Kenya — With sloping, charcoal-gray walls that resemble the elegant curves of a luxury car, Nairobi’s sleek new railway station, built by
Stan Wawrinka ended Andy Murray’s hopes of a maiden French Open title and remained on course for a second of his own after a thrilling five-set victory in Paris.
Gordon Strachan admits he is a “big fan” of Harry Kane and says Scotland must find a way of denying the Tottenham striker service at Hampden.