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Bruce S. Old was a data pioneer whose early advances remain largely forgotten in today's secretive world of elite tennis analysis.
Highlights of Serena Williams' loss to Harmony Tan on Centre Court of Wimbledon in an epic 7-5 1-6 7-6 (10-7) tussle.
Serena Williams' hopes of a victorious return to Wimbledon after a year out ends with a loss to Harmony Tan.
The DP World and PGA Tours are strengthening their alliance to try to fight off an "existential threat" posed by Saudi-funded LIV Golf series.
Seven areas of Wales saw falls in population, as the first Census 2021 results are revealed.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says he is stepping back from his work at the BBC.
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries tells the heads of UK sporting bodies that elite women's sport "must be reserved for people born of female sex".
Finland and Sweden to join the alliance as footage shows civilians running for their lives.
Friends and colleagues pay tribute to podcast host Dame Deborah James, who has died at the age of 40.
Nick Kyrgios admits spitting in the direction of a "disrespectful" supporter after beating Britain's Paul Jubb in his first-round match at Wimbledon.
Ghislaine Maxwell told victims she had helped Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse she was sorry for their pain.
England v South Africa: Alice Davidson-Richards says century alongside Nat Sciver was 'really special'
England's Alice Davidson-Richards says it was "really, really special" to hit her maiden Test century alongside schoolmate Nat Sciver.
Epstein victim Annie Farmer says Maxwell's sentence will help bring some sense of justice.
Watch the best shots of day two at Wimbledon topped off with Paul Jubb's magnificent drop shot from his match against Nick Kyrgios.
Annie Farmer testified in court against Jeffrey Epstein's associate in December, sharing how manipulative Maxwell was.
The retiring Eoin Morgan is the most influential England cricketer of his generation, says BBC Sport's chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt.
An aircraft engineer explains how he ditched his 'double-life' at work and created an LGBT+ network.
Nicola Sturgeon wants to hold a second referendum next year, so is another vote now inevitable?
Protester Steve Bray reacts to police removing his amplifier after his noisy protest outside Parliament.
The UK Supreme Court will be asked if the Scottish government can hold a vote without UK consent.