Meet Katie Boulter - she's now a world junior top-10 rising tennis star. Oh, and she's British! The Loughborough teenager, who recently made it to the Australian Open girls' doubles final, is now flying up the rankings and is certainly Britain's brightest young prospect.
But Boulter isn't the only young Brit who has the world of sport at her feet. We take a look at the other up-and-coming stars of British sport who are expected to hit the headlines over the next few years.
Premier League champions Chelsea have submitted a planning application to re-develop its Stamford Bridge ground into a new 60,000-seater stadium, the club said on Tuesday. More »Reuters - 2 hours 52 minutes ago
Andy Murray has given a damning verdict on the state of British tennis after helping his country win their first Davis Cup since 1936. More »Eurosport - 7 hours ago
A consortium of Chinese investors is investing US$400 million to take a stake in the group that owns Manchester City - taking the consortium's value to $3 billion. More »Reuters - 6 hours ago
Yahoo's Boss of Goss says the papers have had a full day since Diego Costa’s fight with a bib to come up with Chelsea’s replacement for him, and the man they’ve chosen is Thomas Muller. More »Kevin Darling - 6 hours ago
Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski collected four certificates from the Guinness Book of Records to commemorate his crazy five-goal blitz against Wolfsburg. More »Eurosport Videos - UK - 6 hours ago