From the Back Pages, June 9: Andy Murray appoints Amelie Mauresmo as his new coach

Andy Murray has taken a decision that is both courageous and stunning to appoint Amelie Mauresmo, the 2006 Wimbledon champion, as his coach, initially for the grass court season. (The Times)

Sunday, 8th June 2014, 9:49 pm
From the back pages

Rafael Nadal has claimed a NINTH French Open crown with a four-set victory over Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros. (The Mirror)

Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo recorded his first grand prix victory in the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday as he exploited problems in the Mercedes team to break the German team’s astonishing hegemony this season. (The Guardian)

Roy Hodgson touched down in Rio and issued a calming message to those who were unimpressed by England’s back-to-back draws against Ecuador and Honduras. (The Independent)

MANCHESTER UNITED boss Louis Van Gaal wants Ed Woodward to complete a triple swoop for German stars during the World Cup while Barcelona could gazump Arsenal and Chelsea for Arda Turan. Elsewhere, Liverpool will join Newcastle in the hunt for Andre Ayew and West Ham and QPR are among a number of clubs interested in Galatasaray winger Bruma. (The Express)

Arjen Robben reacted angrily to a tough challenge from Netherlands teammate Bruno Martins Indi during a World Cup training session at their base in Rio. (Daily Mail)

Manchester United have been quoted an extraordinary fee of £60million to re-sign their former midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus. (The Telegraph)