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Edmund is five short places short of his career-high ranking of 40

British number three Kyle Edmund was beaten 6-2 4-6 6-3 by American world number 40 Sam Querrey in the Mexican Open first round.

Edmund, 22, ranked five places lower then Querrey, lost his only other top-level meeting with the 29-year-old at Eastbourne in 2014.

Chisom Egbuchulam signs the contact to join BK Hacken

Nigeria forward Chisom Egbuchulam has joined Swedish club BK Hacken on a season-long loan from Enugu Rangers.

He has the option of a three-year permanent move to the 2016 Swedish Cup champions

Drogba hints at Marseille return as he states intent to play on

The ex-Chelsea striker claims to already have an offer on the table in France but says his former club must show a willingness to bring him back to the south coast

Didier Drogba insists he has no intention of retiring from professional football and has admitted he still hopes to return to Marseille.

Durban won the bid to host the Games in 2015

Durban may be unable to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games because of financial constraints, South Africa's sports minister has said.

"We gave it our best shot but we can't go beyond. If the country says we don't have this money, we can't," Reuters quoted Fikile Mbalula as saying.

Oscar scores on Shanghai SIPG debut.

The Brazilian made an immediate impression as he came off the bench in a friendly, first scoring the opening goal and then having a big hand in the second

Oscar made a successful bow for Shanghai SIPG as he found the target in a friendly encounter against Saudi Arabian Premier League side Al Batin in Doha.

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