WORLD OF SPORT: World class athletes braced for London return, Button delays F1 decision, top cyclists set for Derby
The latest sport headlines from around the world:
The fastest man in history returns to London’s Olympic stadium tonight for the men’s 100m at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games.
Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt has been struggling with a pelvic injury this year and hasn’t raced in almost six weeks. (Daily Star)
Jessica Ennis-Hill will compete in the Olympic Stadium, where she cemented her status as Britain’s golden girl, for only the second time since winning heptathlon gold in London 2012.
But there will be little room for sentimentality as she bids to prove to herself and coach Toni Minichiello that she is ready to defend her title at the World Championships in Beijing, less than a month away. (Daily Mail)
Australian batsman David Warner is braced to be the focus of crowd hostility when the Ashes moves on to Birmingham next week for the third test. (Guardian)
Jenson Button will delay making a decision on his 2016 future until after the summer break.
Button, signed to McLaren, has been linked with a move to Williams, where he started his career. (Sky Sports)
Several British Olympic champions will compete in the Revolution Series in Derby in a bid to gain World Championship qualification points.
British Cycling will field a full-strength team featuring Sir Bradley Wiggins, Laura Trott, Joanna Rowsell and Jason Kenny at the three-day event starting August 14. (BBC Sport)