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Published : 26 Jun 2009 07:38:12
DAILY MAIL Andy Murray's display of near perfection met with royal approval as he raced into the third round of Wimbledon last night. It's Andy hurry as British No1 takes just 88 minutes to shoot down Gulbis United or Barcelona? David Villa must decide THE TIMES Andy Murray's path to the Wimbledon final appears far more comfortable this morning after he swept aside his latest opponent and one of his leading rivals was bundled out of the tournament. Also: Maybe Max Mosley is not finished after all. THE GUARDIAN Kevin Pietersen has allayed fears about his participation in the Ashes by saying he is "absolutely fine" and will face Australia in the first Test. Aussies ban sledging during Ashes series THE SUN Andy Murray moved closer to kissing the Wimbledon trophy - then revealed his coach sometimes plants a smacker on his feet! DAILY TELEGRAPH Andrew Flintoff limbered up for England's training camp by smashing a spectacular Twenty20 best 93 from just 41 balls. Also: Cesc Fabregas has issued a second statement in the space of just eight days to clarify his future following an outspoken interview with a Spanish news agency in which he outlined the "pride" he would feel at being targeted by Real Madrid or Barcelona. I'm staying with Gunners blasts angry Fabregas DAILY MIRROR Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is on red alert to make a £40million bid for Spain striker David Villa after Barcelona opened the auction last night. Fergie gives up on Costa but unveils new United kit DAILY STAR Cesc Fabregas last night shot down rumours that he will leave Arsenal this summer. DAILY EXPRESS Stuart Pearce has given the first hint he is aiming to step up from being England Under-21s manager and succeed Fabio Capello as senior boss. Walcott is over-rated taunts Sweden star Olsson Also: Simon Shaw is ready for the launch of Mission Improbable tomorrow after completing a 12-year journey into the Lions Test team. Simon Shaws up the pack as Geechs rings changes THE INDEPENDENT Andy Murray and Roger Federer are seeded to meet in the final here on Sunday week, and the Scot gave notice yesterday that he intends to reach his target with every bit as much panache as the Swiss.