tv Sport Today BBC News July 2, 2019 1:45am-2:01am BST
hello, i'm tulsen tollett and this is sport today, live from the bbc sport centre. coming up on this programme: world number two naomi osaka is out of wimbledon after losing her first round match to yulia putintseva. pop superstar rhianna turns up to watch the west indies at the cricket world cup but they lose to sri lanka by 23 runs in durham. and sadio mane scores twice for senegal against kenya as they move through to the last 16 of the africa cup of nations. hello and welcome to the programme, where we start with tennis news from the opening day at this year's wimbledon championships. there is plenty to get through. there was a shock in the women's draw with reigning us
and australian open champion naomi osaka knocked out in the first round, while a 15—year—old qualifier accounted for one of her childhood idols. wrapping up day one from the all england club is holly hamilton. well afterjapan‘s well after japan's naomi osaka well afterjapan‘s naomi osaka lost her number one ranking last week she said it felt like a weight had been lifted, it made her the number two seed at wimbledon that it didn't stop herfrom seed at wimbledon that it didn't stop her from buckling seed at wimbledon that it didn't stop herfrom buckling under the pressure. she is the first shock exit from the tournament and she was beaten by world number 39 yulia peninsula in straight sets, 76, six to —— peninsula in straight sets, 76, six to -- 7-6, 6-2. and peninsula in straight sets, 76, six to —— 7—6, 6—2. and cori gauff, at 15 years old has beaten seven sign grand slam champion venus williams in straight sets, winning 6—4, 674. the teenager described thing on court with one of her idols is a dream come true —— 674, 6—4. court with one of her idols is a dream come true -- 674, 6-4. she just told me good luck. after the
match i told her thank you for everything she did and i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for her. and i was just telling her that she is so inspiring, like, ialways just telling her that she is so inspiring, like, i always wanted to tell her that even though i met her before it. i guess now i had the guts to do. and for the men, alexander zverev and steph honest tsitsipas both lost their opening matches —— stefan is tsitsipas. novak jockey veggies through matches —— stefan is tsitsipas. novakjockey veggies through to the second round after beating jeremy schreiber after a few brief scares. the 15 time grand slam champion cranked up the pressure. he achieved victory injust over cranked up the pressure. he achieved victory in just over two hours. next up, roger federer and rafael nadal, and ashleigh barty against angelique kerber. serena williams returns to the all england club, bidding for
her 24th, a record eating 24 grand slam titles are —— equalling, and her eighth ad wimbledon. on to the cricket world cup in england where sri lanka are finding some form — but it's all a bit too late. they beat west indies in a dead rubber in durham, with both sides already eliminated. sri lanka batted first after west indies won the toss — and avishka fernando laid the foundations for their victory by top—scoring with 104 as they made 338 for 8 from their 50 overs. chris gayle led the west indies‘ reply but perished after labouring to 35 off 48 balls and with pop star rhianna watching, they weren't shining bright like diamonds. a century from nicholas pooran dragged west indies back into the contest and gave them hope of pulling off the second—highest successful run chase in world cup history. but those hopes were dashed when he was out for 118, and sri lanka went on to win by 23 runs.
on to football, and four more teams qualified for the knockout phase of the africa cup of nations on monday. senegal go through from group c behind algeria who picked up a third successive win to finish top of the group. algeria, last winners of this tournament back in 1990, were also 3—0 winners over tanzania. meanwhile, morocco and ivory coast have qualified from group d. those results also mean that dr congo have also qualified for the last 16. they're now guaranteed to be one of the four best third—placed teams. from cairo, the bbc'sjohn bennett rounds up the day's action. wilfred is eyes making headlines on and off the pitch as news broke that arsenal submitted an opening bid. his good ivory coast's third goal of and a beer —— over now beer, new bb —— nabia opened the scoring. meanwhile, morocco open top of group d with a 100% record after a
dramatic 90th minute winner. it was a cruel blow for their opponents, south africa, who can use on three points and have to wait and see if they will be one of the four best third—place teams to be moving onto the last in group c, mane moved onto the last in group c, mane moved onto the third place stages. algeria continues to impress in egypt, the group c winners one 3—0 against tanzania. there are four more games on tuesday, which will decide the remaining places in the last 16. group e and f are the most closely—fought of all with no—one yet qualified from either group. mali are two points clear at the top of group e, and need just a point from their match against angola to go through. and it's a similar story in group f, where the leaders and defending champions cameroon will qualify with a draw against benin but head
coach clarence seedorf says they'll be playing for more than that the team that has ambitions to win the cup cannot go into a match thinking to draw. that is the worst thing you can do if you want to become a champion. and we're not going to think about who we have in front of us, because every team from morocco or egypt, we respect them in the same way. that is the way i've learned to win things in my career and that's what i transmit to the group as well. we talk about what we need to do, and we have respect of our adversaries every match and during the match to win the match. after a couple of rest days, the women's world cup resumes on tuesday. the defending champions usa play england in the first of the semi—finals in lyon. the americans held off hosts france in their quarter—final with megan rapinoe scoring both goals in a 2—1win. she's the tournament's joint top—scorer with five in all.
alex morgan also has five goals for a united states side that's aiming to reach a third successive final and stay on course for a record—extending fourth title. england is a great team. they are going to be fed. they are going to be, you know, ready for this game as well are —— fit. we had a great game with them in march, we know what we're getting into now that we need to bring what we can to the table as well and perform to our best as well. meanwhile, england, who are looking to reach the world cup final for the first time, were comprehensive 3—0 winners over norway in the quarter—finals. in a game that included a wonder goalfrom lucy bronze, she plays her club football in france with the european champions lyon — and she's looking forward to a world cup semi—final on her home ground. a lot of people at the club have texted me over the last while, they
sent me a few messages, gerard works with leon and has said good luck to all the girls —— lyon was and have had messages from the staff saying good luck, beat the us for us. so i think we have more supporters than we normally have over there. tributes have been paid to the baseball star tyler skaggs who passed away on monday. the la angels pitcher was 27 — and no details about the cause of death have yet been released. skaggs, who started saturday's game against oakland athletics has been a regular in the angels‘ starting rotation since late 2016, after returning from surgery. he struggled with injuries over the past three seasons but started 15 games this season, going 7 and 7. skaggs, who would have turned 28 later this month, graduated from santa monica high school in 2009, when the angels drafted him in the first round. monday's game against texas rangers was postponed as a mark of respect.
on behalf of the rangers organisation, all of us here, players, staff, everybody talked about him. we're just saddened players, staff, everybody talked about him. we'rejust saddened by the news today and certainly want to express our deepest consultants is —— condolences and sympathies to tyler's family and the angel organisation. 0k. canterbury crusaders inside centre ryan crotty and lock scott barrett have been ruled out of the super rugby final against the jaguares on saturday and likely the entirety of the rugby championship after breaking bones in their hands. crotty will be out for around eight weeks and miss all of the southern hemisphere's rugby championship after he broke his thumb in the 30—26 semi—final victory over the wellington hurricanes. barrett broke his index finger and won't be able to play again for about six weeks.
both will be back before the all blacks play their opening world cup match against south africa on the 21st of september in the japanese city of yokohama. the all blacks are going for a third consecutive william ellis trophy if they can possibly do it, looking forward to that world cup very much and also can afford to have a look at the website, because it has everything there. bye for now. hello again, we are in the middle of quite a quiet spell of weather, really. there would be a few subtle changes, mind you. the satellite picture is quite interesting where cooler atlantic air is meeting the extreme heatwave.
we have these massive thunderstorms that have developed. there is a risk of damaging winds, flash flooding, but we also have some thicker cloud working into scotland and northern ireland at the moment and that will continue to provide the focus of a few showers in northern scotland over the next few hours. but otherwise, if you're heading outside in the next hour or two, it is most likely to be dry and not too cold, temperatures between 9— 12 degrees. take a look at tuesday's weather picture, we will have those showers continue across northern scotland, not as many as we had on monday, so more of us will have dry weather. quite cloudy for most of us in north—western scotland and northern ireland. there will be some sunshine in eastern scotland and england and wales. a day similar to monday in that there should be some lengthy spells of sunshine around, staying dry. temperatures in the high teens to low 20s, the exceptions of the northern isles are temperatures are still a little on the cool side. it's another dry day at wimbledon and again there should be some spells of sunshine coming and going through the day, really. in the middle part of the week, our area of high pressure
is still firmly in charge of our weather and that means more in the way of dry weather. there could be a few showers just sneaking in across the extreme north of scotland where also there will be a fair bit of cloud. but the more broken cloud there is the more sunshine there will be. temperatures similar, really, 18—22, still a little cool up north with just 12. there will be some changes as we head into thursday. our area of high pressure slips a little bit further west, that allows some rain to come into scotland. whereas scotland gets wet, for england and wales gets a bit warmer with the winds coming a little further southwards around this high pressure and then across england and wales, boosting the temperatures here. now the rain in scotland is likely to be notjust heavy, but also pretty persistent, lasting for most of the day with those totals relly building up in the highlands. could potentially get a bit of rain in northern ireland,
i'm karishma vaswani in hong kong where the chief executive, carrie lam, has promised to take a hard line against the protestors who stormed and ransacked parliament. this is something that we should seriously condemn. because nothing is more important than the rule of law in hong kong. police ended the eight—hour occupation — evicting hundreds of activists. but the damage remains. many in the opposition are starting to ask questions about the wisdom of these young protesters storming into this building, whether it was really a victory of any sort or in fact it has handed victory to the government. i'm duncan golestani in london. our main story: we have a special report from the amazon rainforest,