is looking changeable, mm is looking changeable, - re wet in is looking changeable, -re wet in -arts _ is looking changeable, pretty wet in parts of _ _ is looking changeable, pretty wet in parts of england . _ is looking changeable, | pretty wet in parts of england and wales_ pretty wet in parts of england and wales tomorrow. high pretty wet in parts of england and wales tomorrow.— pretty wet in parts of england and wales tomorrow. high pressure will settle things _ wales tomorrow. high pressure will settle things down _ wales tomorrow. high pressure will settle things down around - wales tomorrow. high pressure will settle things down around the - wales tomorrow. high pressure will. settle things down around the middle of the week before more rain and wind later in the week as sweeps off the atlantic. looking to the south for this low pressure and the weather front pushing northwards, already introduced cloud and rain across emma western areas. lovely conditions is crossed eastern scotland and eastern england, but the rain popping up towards emma the channel islands, spreading north eastwards during the night raducanu and into tomorrow. the rain becoming and into tomorrow. the rain becoming a little bit more widespread and heavy. generally patchy and light further north, a lot of cloud around, low cloud and mist, but increasingly warm and muggy across southern areas at 13—15 by the end of the night, io—ii southern areas at 13—15 by the end of the night, 10—11 and may be 12 further north. cloudy stop for many, patchy rain across northern areas and eastern wales, the midlands,
eastern and southern england see the heaviest of the rain and thundery downpours mixed in through the morning and into the afternoon, confined towards eastern england. southern and western areas improving, perhaps sunshine and if that happens, perhaps i was breaking out. disappointing temperatures with the rain, the brighter spots around 20 degrees. the low pressure clears away tuesday into wednesday and thursday, running into this ridge of high pressure. there will be quite —— quite a bit of cloud around, but a lot quieter, lighter winds, sunshine coming through. the best day for the sunny spells is thursday with quite a lot of misty and murky conditions on wednesday. but temperatures respond and feel pleasantly warm. all change by the end of the week with a new area of low pressure, a new weather front sweeping into western areas with heavy rain pushing towards the east late in the day.
hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm chetan pathak, coming up on the programme... a day in the new life of emma raducanu — we'll bring you the global reaction following her astonishing win at the us open. we also hear from the other first time grand slam winner in new york — as daniil medvedev stuns novak djokovic in the final. and the fallout continues from sunday's crash in formula one — as lewis hamilton thanks the �*halo' safety device for saving his life at the italian grand prix.
hello and welcome to sportsday, i'm chetan pathak. welcome along thanks forjoining us. around 10 weeks ago i wasat wimbledon talking about an 18 year old british wildcard ranked 338th in the world that had just pulled off a shock win in herfirst ever grand slam match. that felt remarkable at the time. but little did we know what emma raducanu had in store. on saturday she stepped out in the final of the us open at flushing meadows in new york. a qualifier, who'd never won a title on tour and playing only her second slam. she did what she did throughout the tournament, winning in straight sets against fellow teenager leylah fernandez. completing one of the greatest stories in the history of sport. a player, who just a few months ago was sitting her a—levels, achieving the unthinkable
in an improbable amount of time. it is no surprise that what emma raducanu's achieved has transcended sport, it's captured the imagination of the world. i'm running out of superlatives. it's safe to say that what emma raducanu did on saturday night change your life forever. absolutely. what a couple of weeks its been for emma raducanu, chetan. she's gone from being one of the big future hopes for british tennis, to a complete global superstar. it's not even been 48 hours yet, but slowly but surely, i'm sure the reality of what she's done is slowly starting to sink in. although, from this post earlier today. you can tell some things are still surprising her. she said... "sightseeing in new york, i never thought i would see this — the coolest thing. it's a picture of her,
underneath a billboard with herface on it. and that's because she's hot property in the united states. she's been on all of the major american chat shows this morning, with one of them claiming she's the best thing to come out of britain since one of them calling her teen phenom emma raducanu. of course these sponsorships will flood in poor emma raducanu. she's already featured in a photo shoot for vogue in the last week. but former grand slam champion sue barker told that she needs to carefully plan her next steps and focus on what's important. money, offers, magazines, they are going to be on shows but they've also been a fine time for the attendance. i really like the way the parents have dealt with, with you've got to do you a level, the tennis can wait. they seem to really, really understand it and i hope that they will protect her because emma is going to have photographers outside her door
for a long, long time. but we gotta give her time to develop and we've got to protect her because her world, it's going to hit her like a sledgehammer. i don't think she realised what's coming her way. so just a small insight there, chetan — of the kind of opportunities that will come her way now, after, of course, she was made a millionaire overnight with a £1.8 million check for winning the title. not bad. she won the british tour title at british lawn club and i'm pretty sure the prize money was not $1.8 million was numbers are the things that are staggering. not the money so much but the statistics that put into perspective exactly the extent of her achievement. because all those numbers are mind—boggling. because all those numbers are mind-boggling-_ mind-boggling. absolutely. a brilliant win _ mind-boggling. absolutely. a brilliant win for _ mind-boggling. absolutely. a brilliant win for her— mind-boggling. absolutely. a brilliant win for her but - mind-boggling. absolutely. a brilliant win for her but the i mind-boggling. absolutely. a. brilliant win for her but the story behind it really was a fairy tale in new york for emma raducanu. to win a grand slam at 18 is an incredible achievment,
but that's really only the tip of the iceberg in terms ofjust how special the win was. she ended britain's ali—year wait for a female grand slam champion. she did it as well, after coming through qualifying — the only player in tennis history to do that. and she did it in style too, without dropping a set, she only lost 3a games throughout her 7 matches. and as a result, having been the world number 354 at the start of this year. she's now ranked 23 in the world, and the new british number one. and annabel croft — herself a former british number one — says she's destined for big things on the court. going out onto the biggest tennis stadium — going out onto the biggest tennis stadium in the world completely unfazed — stadium in the world completely unfazed and just took it all in her stride _ unfazed and just took it all in her stride it— unfazed and just took it all in her stride. it was quite mesmerising to watch _ stride. it was quite mesmerising to watch she — stride. it was quite mesmerising to watch. she takes every single box was up _ watch. she takes every single box was up she's going to be a great,
great _ was up she's going to be a great, great champion. i think were seeing her at _ great champion. i think were seeing her at the _ great champion. i think were seeing her at the very beginning of what may potentially be one of the great, great _ may potentially be one of the great, great careers was up i don't think many— great careers was up i don't think many people can keep up with her on the court _ many people can keep up with her on the court a — many people can keep up with her on the court. a little bit like steffi kraft. — the court. a little bit like steffi kraft, actually. iwill the court. a little bit like steffi kraft, actually. i will never set the graph _ kraft, actually. i will never set the graph was a little bit like that — the graph was a little bit like that. look what she went on to achieve, — that. look what she went on to achieve, 22_ that. look what she went on to achieve, 22 to grandson titles so that we — achieve, 22 to grandson titles so that we don't want to put too much pressure _ that we don't want to put too much pressure on — that we don't want to put too much pressure on her but let's enjoy the moment— pressure on her but let's enjoy the moment i— pressure on her but let's enjoy the moment i can't wait to keep watching her career— moment i can't wait to keep watching her career develop because i think it's going — her career develop because i think it's going to be an amazing one. yeah, it certainly does appear to be that way, she's now the favourite with the bookmakers to be named the bbc�*s sports personality of the year and, of course, the next chapter of her grand slam career, at least, will be in melbourne — because chetan the australian open is just 4 months away. can you imagine what the topic is going to be like going into wimbledon? thank you so much. talking about the australian open final. was slighlty more predictable with the world number
one novak djokovic up against the number 2 daniil medvedev. but it was the russian who was victorious in the end — this was the first tennis grand slam in 17 years to be won by first—timers in both the men and women singles draw. medvedev on the right side of the result against the world number one djokovic. he was chasing history and a calendar grand slam. looking back on in extraordinary final. what do you do when you reach tennessee's peak, when you reach tennessee's peak, when you reach tennessee's peak, when you finally scale the summit you spent your life looking up at? daniel medvedev decided to pull back down. he was performing the dead fish, the celebration from a computer game and in beating djokovic to win his first grand slam he'd finally completed this level. sometimes you come to visualise and sometimes just dreaming about it since i was young. you dream of winning a major and doing something
crazy, something special. because that's what i am all about. you know, i want myself to remember these moments, to make it special. it was supposed to be novak steyn novak sierra. a calendar grand slam not completed in tennis since 1969 was within sight. only to be batted from his grasp by a giant. at six foot five medvedev can make the court smaller in a few strides and his opponents task bigger in a few servers with up instead of being over awed by the history that face and he turned the weight of the occasion back on djokovic. ii and he turned the weight of the occasion back on djokovic. occasion back on d'okovic. if you go out with djokovic — occasion back on djokovic. if you go out with djokovic and _ occasion back on djokovic. if you go out with djokovic and again - occasion back on djokovic. if you go out with djokovic and again you - occasion back on djokovic. if you go| out with djokovic and again you miss a shot he's going to take full advantage of it. from the start i knew that i needed to put pressure on him in tennis, tennis wise. and that's all maybe he's going to start questioning the calendar grand slam and everything and this and i think that's what happened.—
and everything and this and i think that's what happened. medvedev won the hard way- — that's what happened. medvedev won the hard way. twice _ that's what happened. medvedev won the hard way. twice before _ that's what happened. medvedev won the hard way. twice before he's - that's what happened. medvedev won the hard way. twice before he's made grand slam finals, twice before he's forced the awkward smile of the runner—up. like the rest of his generation unable to overthrow the three kings of djokovic rafael nadal and roger frederick. now beating one of them in a grand slam final for the first time in five years he struck a blow for tennessee's young turks. ., . , . , ~ turks. for a few years i think we were starting — turks. for a few years i think we were starting to _ turks. for a few years i think we were starting to get _ turks. for a few years i think we were starting to get closer to . turks. for a few years i think we | were starting to get closer to the big three they start getting older also, that's normal. really happy that i give more confidence to these guys by doing this in the final of a slam. because nobody did it before. and i think it can be won more turning point. and i think it can be won more turning point-— and i think it can be won more turning point. daniel medvedev dedicated his _ turning point. daniel medvedev dedicated his greatest - turning point. daniel medvedev dedicated his greatest victory i turning point. daniel medvedev| dedicated his greatest victory to his wife. it came on the third wedding anniversary, september the 12th, a significant date perhaps not just for the medvedev�*s buffer men's tennis too. at times they are a changing in tennis. at times they are
a changing in tennis. time now for some of the day's other sport stories and australia cricket captain tim paine has said he will be fit for the ashes, despite needing surgery to treat a pinched nerve in his neck. he expects to be back in full training by next month following the operation, with the first ashes test against england to begin in brisbane on the 8th of december. ireland are currently in belfast zimbabwe some 231 in the rain affected indians, and ireland currently i hundred and 13 for three and they revised 18 zimbabwe lead 1— mil in the series. scotland's women were well beaten in their first rugby world cup qualifier, losing to italy 38—13. they face spain on sunday and ireland next saturday, with one automatic qualifying spot available for the tournament in new zealand next year. there was no shortage of sporting drama at the weekend and that includes the italian grand prix from which lewis hamilton says he was lucky to leave alive after a frightening crash with max
verstappen. the race was won by mclaren's daniel ricciardo but it was overshadowed by the incident between the two championship title rivals. i've been getting the thoughts of our formula one correspondentjenny gow. when they were first talking about introducing the halo — this curved, reinforced bar in front of the driver's head — lewis hamilton was sceptical. he backed it in the end and there's no doubt it after a poor saturday which meant he only managed to get four from the grid from the start of the race. it was always going to be a bit of a tough contest for hamilton to come back. when verstappen chose the moment to go into the pit it was an incredibly slow pit stop from red bull. they were in the pit lane for 11 seconds which is probably at nine seconds longer than usual. so it ended up with hamilton deciding to pit as well and when he came out of the pit lane the two came together, they tried to get through turns one and two but it didn't quite work. verstappen going up on one of these
sausage currents which catapulted him into the air. then things subsequently put them into the wheel tracks of lewis hamilton and the wheel spun and spun him and his car on top of hamiltons mercedes. it was quite a spectacular crash. luckily both walked away fine. but it certainly liven things up in the championship with neither of them scoring points yesterday. so verstappen remains five points in lead. ~ , , . ~ verstappen remains five points in lead. ~ , , . ,, . lead. when they first talked about introducin: lead. when they first talked about introducing this _ lead. when they first talked about introducing this halo _ lead. when they first talked about introducing this halo this - lead. when they first talked about introducing this halo this curve - introducing this halo this curve hamilton was sceptical. he backed it in the end. there's no doubt that he'd protected him yesterday. yes. when the halo _ he'd protected him yesterday. yes. when the halo which _ he'd protected him yesterday. is; when the halo which is kind he'd protected him yesterday. iezs when the halo which is kind of like a wishbone that sits over the driver's head and protects them, when it first came out he said it's the worst looking modification in the worst looking modification in the sports history. since then i think we've seen time and time again now its potentialfor think we've seen time and time again now its potential for saving lives.