All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday's national newspapers...
Toulouse boosted their fight to avoid relegation from the Betfred Super League with a 28-6 victory over Hull KR.
After handing Christian Hammer a four-round defeat at Wembley Arena on Saturday, Joe Joyce has kept himself on track for a major fight in the heavyweight division.
Nick Kyrgios knocked out fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a dramatic and controversial showdown on a raucous No 1 Court on Saturday night.
Britain's Heather Watson will take on German Jule Niemeier in the first match on Centre Court at Wimbledon on Sunday.
A round-up of the final round group fixtures in the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship.
Iga Swiatek suffered a shock straight-sets defeat to Alize Cornet at Wimbledon as her 37-match winning streak came to a stunning end.
Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton assess Zak Crawley, how long England can stick with him and what he needs to change after the opener's Test struggles continued.
Carlos Sainz initially thought the lap that secured his maiden F1 pole was "nothing special", but is confident Ferrari have the pace to win the British GP.
All the details for how you can watch the British Grand Prix, live on Sky Sports.
Catalans Dragons twice came from behind to end Super League leaders St Helens' six-match winning run with a gripping 20-18 victory in Perpignan.
With a narrow lead going into the final round of Horizon Irish Open, Adrian Meronk will bid to become the first Polish winner in the history of the DP World Tour.
Richard Riakporhe is well placed to challenge new champion Jai Opetaia after he upset Mairis Briedis to win the IBF cruiserweight title.
A late Damian Willemse penalty denied Wales a stunning victory over South Africa as the world champions edged a thrilling first Test.
Lewis Hamilton said he felt "gutted" after qualifying fifth for the British GP, as he believes his Mercedes had the pace to seal a front-row start at Silverstone.