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Formula 1

Social Story of the Monaco Grand Prix.

Relive the Monaco Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel secured Ferrari's first victory there since 2001.

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Formula 1

An embarrasing return for Button?

Mark Gallagher discusses Jenson Button's return to Formula 1 and discusses the mistakes that both he and Sergio Perez made during the Monaco Grand Prix.

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French Open, Day 1

May 28, 2017

Top Headlines

Formula 1

Can Ferrari finally break away?

Mark Gallagher discusses whether Ferrari can finally break away from Mercedes in the F1 Championship.

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Tennis

Kvitova returns to open 2017 French Open.

Petra Kvitova returns to Grand Slam tennis for the first time since a knife attack in her home country to be among the headlines on Day 1.

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Arsenal win FA Cup

FA CUP HIGHLIGHTS

Football

HIGHLIGHTS - Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea.

Aaron Ramsey's late goal earned Arsenal the FA Cup title over Chelsea at Wembley.

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Football

WATCH - Ramsey nets quick reply for Arsenal.

Aaron Ramsey's header restored Arsenal's lead moments after Diego Costa had scored for Chelsea.

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Football

WATCH - Diego Costa pulls Chelsea level.

Diego Costa equalised for 10-man Chelsea in the 76th minute after neatly taking down the ball and firing past David Ospina

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Barcelona

Football

Football

WATCH: Barca lift third consecutive Copa del Rey.

Watch as Barcelona celebrate their third straight Copa del Rey triumph, courtesy of Lionel Messi's individual brilliance.

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Cavaliers

NBA

Love: 'Underdog thing is funny to me.'

Kevin Love doesn't understand why the Cavaliers are considered the underdogs going into their matchup with the Warriors in the NBA Finals since they are the defending champions.

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French Open

Tennis

Murray vows to return to form.

Andy Murray accepts that his game is struggling at the moment, but promises to work through it.

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Tennis

Konta confident with seeding despite French inexperience.

Johanna Konta is happy with her place in the top 10 seeds, despite limited experience at Roland Garros.

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Tennis

Nadal: I'm very happy on what I have achieved.

Rafael Nadal is happy about his performance at the events he has competed in this year and is confident heading into the French Open

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Tennis

Djokovic happy with Agassi partnership.

Novak Djokovic looks forward to working closely with new coach Andre Agassi.

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Alonso at Indy 500

Drivers

Alonso: It was the right time to come here.

McClaren Honda Andretti driver Fernando Alonso seeks to add to his driving skills by competing in his first Indianapolis 500.

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Formula 1

Watching Indycar with the spotters.

Nate Saunders reports on what it's been like to watch the final test laps at Indianapolis with the team spotters.

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Tennis

Kvitova feared career was over.

Petra Kvitova looks forward to Roland Garros, after fearing for her tennis career after being stabbed in the hand.

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French Open

Tennis

Djokovic, Muguruza and Nadal excited by French Open.

French Open defending champions Novak Djokovic and Garbine Muguruza, together with men's nine-time singles champion Rafa Nadal, all looked ahead to the start of the tournament at Roland Garros.

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NBA Finals

NBA

Warriors showing no mercy in quest to reclaim title.

Before Golden State faces Cleveland in the NBA Finals, relive their masterful, undefeated journey through the Western Conference.

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Cavaliers

NBA

How the Big 3's chemistry has blossomed in Cleveland.

Brian Windhorst examines how LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love have grown together to become a force.

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French Open

Tennis

Cricket

How Mumbai Indians won the IPL.

A breakdown of the strategy they used on the way to a third title

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Cavs v Warriors in NBA Finals

Cavaliers

NBA

LeBron on passing MJ: 'I did it just being me.'

LeBron James says he wanted to be Michael Jordan as a kid, but he is proud he has become the all-time leading NBA postseason scorer while maintaining his unselfish style of play.

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Eastern Conference finals

Cavaliers

NBA

The East posed no threat to the Cavs.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman both recognized the talent difference between the Cavaliers and the rest of the Eastern Conference.

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