WORLD OF SPORT: Ashes ticket row, Bouchard soldiers on, Khan to fight Pacquiao?
These are the stories hitting today’s back pages...
Australian opener Chris Rogers has offered an apology for his role in the unsanctioned resale of Ashes tickets for this summer’s Test at Lord’s but has been left disappointed after insisting Middlesex were fully aware of his intentions. Click HERE (Guardian)
Eugenie Bouchard said she was ready to play on one leg at Wimbledon next week after an abdominal problem forced the world No12 to retire from her third-round match against Belinda Bencic at the Aegon International. Click HERE (Guardian)
Amir Khan has said he is open to a Manny Pacquiao fight if a deal can’t be struck with Floyd Mayweather. Click HERE (Daily Mirror).
Miami Dolphins American football team owner Stephen Ross is reportedly working with investors from Qatar to buy a stake in Formula 1 racing. Click HERE (BBC Sport).
Chicago Cubs baseball fan Keith Hartley has made the headlines after catching the ball while feeding his baby. Click HERE (BBC Sport).