Andy Murray is still searching for his first singles win since hip surgery after losing 7-6 7-5 to Tennys Sandgren in the Winston-Salem Open first round.
In his latest BBC Sport column, Glenn McGrath discusses Jofra Archer's impact on this series, and how Australia have to deal with his pace.
A look back as Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt breaks the 200m world record at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin on 20 August 2009.
Arsenal director Josh Kroenke speaks to BBC Sport about the club's summer transfers, fan pressure and future ambition.
The plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland is "unviable", the PM says in a letter to the EU.
A new batch of contestants get ready to battle it out for the Bake Off crown.
A no-deal Brexit could be a greater challenge than BSE and foot-and-mouth, a researcher suggests.
The estate of the former financier was worth $577m (£475m) when he killed himself, reports say.
Graduates have paid millions in repayments after their loans have been cleared.
At 16, teenagers face a number of training or education choices - but how have these decisions changed over time?
Three years after eliminating the infection, Britain has lost its 'measles-free status'. How?
We look at why music stars like Stormzy are wanting bigger and more impressive special effects at their shows.
Elijah Quashie tells the BBC knife crime warnings on takeaway boxes are either "racist or stereotyping".
Website content moderators have to see some very disturbing material. How do they cope?
When we retire we often pretend that we're still working according to one Harvard academic.
Gaming is a near billion-dollar industry, but what kind of pressures do young e-sports stars face?
Ben Shenton was raised in a cult that thought the world would soon end. It didn't - but one day his world abruptly changed.
Pundits criticise Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's selection of two penalty-takers after Paul Pogba misses from the spot for Manchester United against Wolves.
More than 50 people died when the Marchioness pleasure boat sank on the Thames 30 years ago.
The papers cover Boris Johnson's letter insisting the "anti-democratic" backstop plan is ditched.