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Andy Murray left to focus on singles after doubles defeat in Dubai

Andy Murray lost out to fellow Briton Dan Evans in the first round of the men's doubles at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.

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Jonny Gray wants improvements from impressive Scotland

Scotland may be ripping up the history books but Jonny Gray has warned they will be in for a familiar sorry story if they do not make improvements before facing England.

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Andy Murray ready for return in Dubai despite bout of shingles

Andy Murray insists he is "fit and raring to go" at the Dubai Tennis Championships having overcome a bout of shingles during a five-week lay-off.

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Scotland flanker John Hardie to miss remainder of Six Nations with knee injury

Scotland have suffered another injury blow to their RBS 6 Nations campaign after it was confirmed John Hardie will miss the Dark Blues' final two games of the Championship.

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Price confident Scotland can end long wait for Twickenham win over England

Ali Price insists Scotland will march on Twickenham determined to end more than three decades of failure against England in London.

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Michael Jamieson retires after opening up on battle with depression

Olympic silver-medallist Michael Jamieson has retired from competitive swimming.

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Anthony McGill overcomes Xiao Guodong to win Coral Shoot Out

Anthony McGill held his nerve to come out on top to take the Coral Shoot Out crown after defeating Xiao Guodong in the final of the one-frame tournament.

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Ospreys soar to victory as Keelan Giles impresses again

Ospreys moved up to second in the Guinness PRO12 table and put another dent in Glasgow Warriors' top-four ambitions with a bonus-point 26-15 triumph.

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Scotland v Wales - Story of the match

Tries from Tommy Seymour and Tim Visser kept Scottish hopes of a first Triple Crown in 27 years alive as they claimed an impressive 29-13 win over Wales.

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Lee Wallace: No excuses for Rangers' poor form

Rangers skipper Lee Wallace admits there are no excuses for their "shocking" run.

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Celtic fined by UEFA over crowd trouble against Manchester City

Celtic have been fined 19,000 euros (£16,051) by UEFA owing to the conduct of some of their fans during the Champions League draw at Manchester City in December.

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Scotland battle back to earn first win over Wales in 10 years

Scotland ended 10 years of hurt against Wales as they kept alive their RBS 6 Nations title hopes at Murrayfield.

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Celtic skipper Scott Brown ready to answer Scotland call again

Scott Brown has confirmed he will make himself available for Scotland's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Slovenia next month.

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Ian Cathro keen to win back Hearts fans after defeat to Hibernian

Hearts head coach Ian Cathro admits he and his players have to win back the trust of the Tynecaste fans following one of the worst experiences he expects to endure.

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Tim Visser aware of the importance of Scotland's clash with Wales

Tim Visser reckons he is Scotland's eternal optimist - but fears their RBS 6 Nations campaign will be headed for failure if they slip up against Wales.

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Gregor Townsend warns Glasgow to remain focused against Ospreys

Gregor Townsend has warned Glasgow they cannot afford to switch off if they want to avoid a slip-up in Swansea on Sunday.

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Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones expects the unexpected against Scotland

Alun Wyn Jones believes Wales must be ready to "expect the unexpected" when they chase a 10th successive victory over Scotland on Saturday.

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Sarah Law kicks Scotland to long-awaited Women's Six Nations win

Sarah Law's late penalty completed a remarkable comeback and gave Scotland a long-awaited victory in the Women's Six Nations.

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Greg Docherty keen to relieve pressure on manager Martin Canning

Hamilton midfielder Greg Docherty admits he is desperate to get back in action and help Martin Canning after being exposed to criticism of his manager.

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Emerson Hyndman: Managerial change has not confused Rangers players

Rangers midfielder Emerson Hyndman insists there is no confusion in the Ibrox ranks.

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