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west divide with many was 3 east west divide with many western was a east west divide with many western areas dry and windy. tomorrow we are all in the sunshine and showers regime and the wind a little bit lighter. this low pressure brought that wet and windy weather today. pressure brought that wet and windy weathertoday. bringing pressure brought that wet and windy weather today. bringing heavy and persistent rain and place particularly through wales, north—west england and south—west scotland. further east it has been dry with sunshine. through this evening and overnight the rain slowly moving east. fizzling out in some areas but still some heavier breasts as it pushes the east. behind it clear spells and some showers but temperatures coming up from the subtropics so no lower than 12, 14 from the subtropics so no lower than 12, iii degrees. so tomorrow we start off with more rain which clears through and then we are into the regime of sunshine and showers, some of those heavy or thundery in
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places. and the wind could be slow—moving. for many temperatures in the high teens but further east we could get to 23 degrees. pollen levels moderate to high across england and wales, low to moderate across scotland and northern ireland. there may be an odd shower across the south—east of england which could affect play at wimbledon at times but there will be a lot of sunshine and a top temperature of around 23 degrees. showers around western areas as we move towards friday and the start of the weekend and then high pressure settle things down with plenty of sunshine for many. and that's bbc news at six, you can keep up with all the latest developments on bbc website. from the six team it's goodbye. the news continues here on bbc one, as now it's time to join our colleagues across the nations and regions for the news where you are, goodnight.
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hello and welcome to sportsday. coming up in the programming, candy king of clay reclaim his crown on grass? rough in adults being made to work hard in the opening round. among the british players into round two, 26—year—old ryan peniston has been telling me why he thinks his incredible run on grass will continue. and heather watson holds back the tears after an emotional three—set win takes her into the second round. i’ll three-set win takes her into the second round.— three-set win takes her into the second round. i'll “ust had a really rou:h second round. i'll “ust had a really rough couple — second round. i'll “ust had a really rough couple of_ second round. i'lljust had a really rough couple of years, _ second round. i'lljust had a really rough couple of years, like - second round. i'lljust had a really rough couple of years, like so - second round. i'lljust had a really i rough couple of years, like so many people have, so this means a lot. i'm olly foster at the bbc spot centre with the rest of the day's headlines. the end of an brilliant innings, england's white ball captain, eoin morgan retires from international cricket and sciver saves the day
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for england's women as they battle back in their test match against south africa. test tra nsfer test transfer sciver davidson—richards has given them a lead. and we will hear from luther burrell lead. and we will hear from luther burrel . , . , ., , burrell and experiences of racism in ru . b burrell and experiences of racism in rugby union- _ welcome to sportsday, it is a busy day here at wimbledon as you would expect, and if you were one of the lucky people with a ticket for centre court, what a blockbuster line—up there. we will talk about the british successes and struggles in a moment but we have to start on centre, where rafa nadal is struggling hard to see aims to win a third wimbledon title and the 23rd grand slam. it seems far away at the
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moment and looks it started with iga swiatek eager to win her first wimbledon title. jana fett will be able to say she laid eager of swiatek onto centre court, and then the tenor started. it's different players from two different worlds. swiatek is now the dominant woman of her era. in the first set, you wouldn't need telling which was which, 6—0 swiatek. but the crowd on centre will often get behind a struggle, new set, new fett. she wrote the good well, breaking early and then backing it up. for swiatek, that was a wake—up call, soon normal service was resumed. she cannot will rise to a level beyond her peers. in the end, it was all done in an hour and a quarter. for french open of enchanted remains the big favourites for wimbledon. enchanted remains the big favourites forwimbledon. next enchanted remains the big favourites
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for wimbledon. next up, the other french open event champion. rafa nadal won that title on a numbed foot, every match, you must coax his body into dealing with the threat of young men like francisco cerundolo. and jetty keeps coming back for more and more often than not, he finds more. at the crucial moments, he seized the first set. in the second, he played a few of the greatest hits, the power, the hungerfor every point. cerundolo couldn't get close. but the world number 41 it wasn't done. with well in skill he turned the third sector never surrounds, could you do the same for the match? doubtless been forced into more than a warm up. francisco cerundolo do the same for the match, patrick asks. it looks like it is turning in his favour in the moments. to the argentinian who has already broken is 3—1 up and
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rafa nadal not looking happy, his movements looked ok, all eyes on that foot as they always are with natal, he has won the french open and australian open already this year. grass are different thing, he is hanging back on the baseline war, not as aggressive as you like to see natal and cerundolo has grown in confidence. he has only one one grass court match on the atp tour, are we heading for five sets? that is a break point saved at least for rafa nadal, will keep you updated on how he gets on, one of the two of massive names on centre court. serena williams will be playing harmony tan in the evening match, and with serena just like with rafa, we don't know what to expect in terms of their fitness and the condition of their bodies but their winning mentality could get them over the line. winning mentality has been good in the last couple of days for the british players. a day of
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mixed fortunes, not everyone is going to win. it we had success for heather watson, disappointment for pauljubb, who lost to nick kyrgios. ryan peniston, his incredible run continues. another day, another chance to follow the british players at wimbledon and the classically british summertime. for ryan peniston, this was a special moment. the 26—year—old survived cancer as a child. compared to that, a debut on the wimbledon grass must have seemed easy. this was the biggest match of his career so far, but the britons it didn't let that distract him. a first appearance at wimbledon and a first appearance at wimbledon and a first win. and there was more britishjoy on court first win. and there was more british joy on court one. heather watson's match was all square with tamara korpatsch when it resumes on day two. in a rush to get this one
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finished, watson broke immediately and from there, it was all plain sailing. but while on court it looked easy, the emotion from the past few years quickly came to be for. , ., ., , , ., ., for. these are the moments you dream of as a little — for. these are the moments you dream of as a little girl. _ for. these are the moments you dream of as a little girl. i _ for. these are the moments you dream of as a little girl. i don't _ for. these are the moments you dream of as a little girl. i don't know- of as a little girl. i don't know what i'm getting emotional! cheering em [ma cheering — . i think i'vejust had a really . i think i've “ust had a really rou:h . i think i'vejust had a really rough ample _ . i think i'vejust had a really rough couple of _ . i think i'vejust had a really rough couple of years, - . i think i'vejust had a really rough couple of years, like l . i think i'vejust had a really| rough couple of years, like so . i think i'vejust had a really - rough couple of years, like so many people have, so this means a lot. figs people have, so this means a lot. as the wind swirled, storm was brewing on court three, where british wildcard pauljubb took the first set off nick kyrgios. in response, the australian team ball summer and the australian team ball summer and the vicinity of west london. kyrgios is often as enthralling in between games as he is on court. here, he wasn't happy at the boos threw his way after he labelled the match. it
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is pure just respect from spectators towards the athletes. he is pure just respect from spectators towards the athletes.— towards the athletes. he did calm down in time _ towards the athletes. he did calm down in time to _ towards the athletes. he did calm down in time to take _ towards the athletes. he did calm down in time to take the - towards the athletes. he did calm down in time to take the third - towards the athletes. he did calm down in time to take the third set| down in time to take the third set butjubb forced a tie—breaker in the fourth and with the british crowd behind him, the match was level again. but in the decider, experience eventually prevailed. might have had a real scare but it wasjob done for might have had a real scare but it was job done for kyrgios. jay clarke and katie swan also joined jubb at the wimbledon exit but for peniston and watson, it is on to run two. let's keep you updated with the british players, another one through is jack draper, 20 years old, he has beaten zizou barracks, a great prospect in a british men's tennis is through to round two, he will face the 19th seed here in the second round. a good win forjack draper, he took a set off at
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djokovic here last year and i got through to the semifinals at eastbourne. is a brutally hacked and evidence is getting on, not such a great start for him. evans won in nottingham but has lost the first set here as we dip into his first road game againstjason kubler, the 29 your taking that first set and taking it convincingly 6—1. so, evans has a bit of a fight on his handsif evans has a bit of a fight on his hands if he is to progress, that is one of the other british players were been seeing. in amongst all of that, i am so pleased to say that we are joined that, i am so pleased to say that we arejoined by that, i am so pleased to say that we are joined by the former world number one, two—time us open champion, tracey austin, always an honour to have you with us. so much to cover, we have been talking about the british players what you are sitting here, and emma and andy making it so yesterday, who else is catching your eye? jack draper is one we should all be excited about? very much so, i covered all the
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grass court tournaments last week for the tennis channel in the united states, and jack draper, i watch them take a set off novak last year, he has become has lots of weapons, a lefty serve and beforehand. but this year the back improved, it is really quite powerful. it is a good athlete so i think it is a bright future. most of your work is back in the us, we get excited about british tennis as you would expect, there was a time when tim henman and greg rusedski was all we could talk about. i was translated to a broad? obviously, emma raducanu's incredible story but as british tennis growing in stature and? ryan peniston has come through, the emma raducanu story is international news, what emma was able to do last year at the us open as a qualifier and win three matches there and then seven more, so ten matches without dropping a set, that's unprecedented. she was ranked 150 in
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the world, it was incredible to watch the way she was able to be composed. soften, you have a big win if your ranked 150, you aren't able to back it up and have a let down. but emma kept going and got stronger. then we all knew after that, after winning a major, there was going to be so much more focus on her and that sophomore year was going to be difficult because she really came out of nowhere and hadn't played much on the tour. she is doing amazingly well that we cover more time at to grow. emma raducanu place tomorrow because you won the us open at 16, if anyone knows what its like to win that title is a teenager, it's you. rafa nadal, titan of the game, we saw novak struggle yesterday, this is proving to be a battle for him against francisco cerundolo was now not to the against francisco cerundolo was now got to the semifinals _ against francisco cerundolo was now got to the semifinals at _ against francisco cerundolo was now got to the semifinals at miami - got to the semifinals at miami seemingly out of nowhere, because he was playing some of the challenger
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events last year. who is a strong player but rafa looks to be a little passive right now. we are so used to rafa being on the front foot, serve, looking for beforehand, so it's a little nerve—racking to watch rafa play this way. we know he had the procedure after winning his ilith, which is an incredible number, 14th at roland garros, to try and nom of the nerves in his foot, so wejust hope everything is ok there. he just didn't have the lead up he wanted to have coming into wimbledon but we figured he would play his way in. is still up to one so we hope you can finish off. ,, ., . ., , . ., finish off. serena williams coming u . finish off. serena williams coming u- next, finish off. serena williams coming up next. how _ finish off. serena williams coming up next, how upbeat _ finish off. serena williams coming up next, how upbeat it _ finish off. serena williams coming up next, how upbeat it should - finish off. serena williams coming up next, how upbeat it should bel up next, how upbeat it should be about her chances of progression? irate about her chances of progression? we are about her chances of progression? - are just happy that she's here. the key is to watch for her movements, she is striking the ball nicely, how quickly does she get in and out of the corners?— the corners? thank you so much. serena williams _ the corners? thank you so much.
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serena williams is _ the corners? thank you so much. serena williams is playing - the corners? thank you so much. i serena williams is playing harmony tan on centre court. ryan peniston was mentioned there probably not a name on tracey�*s lips before this tournament, he got to the quarterfinals in nottingham at queen's event and in eastbourne, he sent around two here and i am pleased to cycle with him earlier. it is an unbelievable feeling to come out and just play my first match at wimbledon is special but to get a win as well, it makes it even more special. get a win as well, it makes it even more special-— more special. brilliant quarterfinal runs at eastbourne _ more special. brilliant quarterfinal runs at eastbourne and _ more special. brilliant quarterfinal runs at eastbourne and at - more special. brilliant quarterfinal runs at eastbourne and at queen's event, really in the public concerns now. you had great support, how important were those wins to give you the belief you could do something here?— you the belief you could do somethin: here? ,., ., , something here? cuter important they ave me so something here? cuter important they gave me so much _ something here? cuter important they gave me so much confidence. - something here? cuter important they gave me so much confidence. the - gave me so much confidence. the experience of playing in front of the cross as well, they have been amazing, helping me get over the line by. it has been an amazing experience. line by. it has been an amazing experience-_
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line by. it has been an amazing exerience. , ., ., experience. some people don't follow tennis at closely, _ experience. some people don't follow tennis at closely, here _ experience. some people don't follow tennis at closely, here is _ experience. some people don't follow tennis at closely, here is ryan - tennis at closely, here is ryan peniston, this new young guy? year have talked a lot recently about having cancer as a child and how that has affected your development. how would you say it's that has affected your development. how would you say its effective the way you play tennis? it how would you say it's effective the way you play tennis?— how would you say it's effective the way you play tennis? it has impacted it hu:el . way you play tennis? it has impacted it hugely- having _ way you play tennis? it has impacted it hugely. having cancer— way you play tennis? it has impacted it hugely. having cancer is _ way you play tennis? it has impacted it hugely. having cancer is a - it hugely. having cancer is a one—year—old has given me a lot of strength and it was definitely a tough time. has impacted my game. i'm not as big are some of the players out there but i try to use my skills and run around a lot. i just mainly have fun out there and it's been awesome. you just mainly have fun out there and it's been awesome.— just mainly have fun out there and it's been awesome. you can tell you have finer championships, _ it's been awesome. you can tell you have finer championships, do - it's been awesome. you can tell you have finer championships, do you i it's been awesome. you can tell you l have finer championships, do you put a target either you go? the have finer championships, do you put a target either you go?— a target either you go? the first taruet a target either you go? the first target was just _ a target either you go? the first target was just getting - a target either you go? the first target wasjust getting here! - a target either you go? the first l target wasjust getting here! tick! target was “ust getting here! tick! to tick target wasjust getting here! tick! to tick that off _ target wasjust getting here! tick! to tick that off felt _ target wasjust getting here! tick! to tick that off felt good. no target, just go as far as i can.
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that's are very happy ryan peniston speaking to me earlier, it has been a great day for his family proudly watching on where his parents, they spoke to us earlier as well. it’s spoke to us earlier as well. it's unbelievable, _ spoke to us earlier as well. it�*s unbelievable, we are so proud of him. the whole family. i think he's worked so hard and he deserves it and i think hejust wants worked so hard and he deserves it and i think he just wants to play the best tennessee code and just carry on. flat the best tennessee code and “ust car on. ~ ., the best tennessee code and “ust car on. ., ., the best tennessee code and “ust car on. ~ ., ., carry on. at one story that has captured _ carry on. at one story that has captured the _ carry on. at one story that has captured the attention - carry on. at one story that has captured the attention is - carry on. at one story that has captured the attention is that l carry on. at one story that has - captured the attention is that ryan had a rare form of cancer as a child. what is your recollection of that period of time in his life? it was very difficult. as thousands and thousands of families with cancer go through it though, and we are just so gratefulfor the nhs, being what a worker myself, and the treatment of the care was just being fantastic. you can't beat the nhs.
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you can't... we remind him of that inthe_ you can't... we remind him of that in the way— you can't... we remind him of that in the way we — you can't... we remind him of that in the way we put the boys up is to respect _ in the way we put the boys up is to respect people are not so well offers — respect people are not so well offers us— respect people are not so well offers us health—wise, so in that aspect, — offers us health—wise, so in that aspect, its— offers us health—wise, so in that aspect, it's in—built in him. he respects— aspect, it's in—built in him. he respects people who are not as fortunate, put it that way. laura scott speaking _ fortunate, put it that way. laura scott speaking to _ fortunate, put it that way. laura scott speaking to ryan - fortunate, put it that way. laura | scott speaking to ryan peniston's parents earlier on. dan evans is fighting back, rafa nadal is fighting back, rafa nadal is fighting to hold serve, come back to me later. eoin morgan has retired from international cricket. he started off playing for his native ireland but made his england debut 13 years ago. he soon switched his focus to the shorter form of the game and his one—day and t20 captaincy helped england to the top of the white—ball rankings. here's our sports correspondent andy swiss.
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he put english cricket on top of the world. eoin morgan, the man who lifted the world cup and turned a struggling team into champions. but after battling with form and fitness, today he confirmed he was retiring from england to due to. a tough decision, he said, but no regrets. tough decision, he said, but no recrets. ., , ., , regrets. today it hits me, it was uuite a regrets. today it hits me, it was quite a sad _ regrets. today it hits me, it was quite a sad day. _ regrets. today it hits me, it was quite a sad day, reaching - regrets. today it hits me, it was quite a sad day, reaching the . regrets. today it hits me, it wasl quite a sad day, reaching the end regrets. today it hits me, it was - quite a sad day, reaching the end of such a specialjourney. but in many ways, since that day, i have been incredibly proud and content with the decision and excited for english cricket going forward. but it the decision and excited for english cricket going forward.— cricket going forward. but it is the end of an extraordinary _ cricket going forward. but it is the end of an extraordinary era. - end of an extraordinary era. warrican�*s blistering batting epitomise his fearless approach. england went from also—rans to world number one under his inspirational leadership. few players have transformed english cricket quite like eoin morgan has. in that world cup triumph here at modes, he leaves
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a glorious legacy. —— here at lourdes. how proud are you of what you are that team achieved? unbelievably proud. is a special day and moment and one i will never forget. i built incredible memories were some of my best friends who just happen to play in the same team as me and i will miss that. his successor? — as me and i will miss that. his successor? jos _ as me and i will miss that. his successor? jos buttler is expected to replace him but whoever it is, to say, they have a tough act to follow. we'll stay with cricket because england's women are in taunton, playing a one—off test against south africa. england have been battling all day on day two after bowling the tourists out on day one. a slightly shaky start today for england but the entity table two centurions? sensational performance from alice davidson—richards but it did start
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with a bit of a wobble, playing nicely alongside tammy bowman is, they got things moving for england in response to africa's come yesterday. but then they work it started tumbling into a brief burst after lunch, england found themselves five down rapidly. but face partnership between sciver and davidson—richards cemented the momentum of the game. departed for a long time between them and it was a first century in test cricket for both of them at a really special creation. nat sciver is one of the best all—rounders in the world, played well in that world cup final, scoring hundred 49. for davidson—richards, this is an unusual entry into test match cricket, wasn't expected to play in this match and comes into the side as an all—rounder at. she scored vital runs for england when they needed them. she becomes the first england test critic as her since wg grace in 1822 score a century and
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take a wicket on their test debut. england will be the happier side this evening. england will be the happier side this evening-— england will be the happier side this evening. what a stat that is! many thanks _ this evening. what a stat that is! many thanks indeed. _ this evening. what a stat that is! many thanks indeed. england - this evening. what a stat that is! l many thanks indeed. england with this evening. what a stat that is! i many thanks indeed. england with a 44 run first innings lead. lewis hamilton says that archaic mindsets have to change, after the former world champion nelson piquet used racially abusive language about him. the 69—year—old brazilian, who won three world titles in the 1980s, used a racially offensive term while referring to hamilton on a brazilian podcast. an fi statement said... "discriminatory or racist language is unacceptable in any form and has no part in society. lewis is an incredible ambassador for our sport and deserves respect." the former english centre at luther burrell says it is upsetting to hear that one of his idols lewis hamilton is being talked about in racial terms. borrell recently opened up
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and talk frankly about his own experience of racism in rugby union. are all played for a number of premiership clubs and described one incident where a former team—mate allegedly told him he would need sunscreen for where the shackles were as a slave. that was the nail on the coffin for me. that you can have banter and we can talk about how rubbish i was at the weekend, etc, let's laugh about that, but when we talk about to put some cream on, this, that and the other, within five seconds, we're tucking that shackles and slavery, that's at the forefront of peoples brains. we were best mates for 20 years, it would never occupy their minds. ., . , ., , years, it would never occupy their minds. ., . , .,, years, it would never occupy their minds. ., . , it years, it would never occupy their minds. ., . , ., , it was minds. how recently was this? it was relatively recent. _ minds. how recently was this? it was relatively recent. was _ minds. how recently was this? it was relatively recent. was that _ minds. how recently was this? it was relatively recent. was that at - relatively recent. was that at international _ relatively recent. was that at international level? - relatively recent. was that at international level? it - relatively recent. was that at international level? it was i relatively recent. was that at international level? it was at | relatively recent. was that at - international level? it was at one of my former _ international level? it was at one of my former clubs, _ international level? it was at one of my former clubs, it _ international level? it was at one of my former clubs, it wasn't - of my former clubs, it wasn't international level, it was what one
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of my previous employers. you have left newcastle. _ of my previous employers. you have left newcastle, is _ of my previous employers. you have left newcastle, is that _ of my previous employers. you have left newcastle, is that relevant? - left newcastle, is that relevant? took no, that's a coincidence. newcastle actually said to me they were keen to keep me on but unfortunately, the budget wasn't there to keep me on. northampton saints have issued a statement saying it was not at their club. i did read that statement and i have spoken to team—mates from northampton and the ceo of. sunday morning, when the article first dropped, it was amazing that i had support from the rfu straightaway and premiership rugby contacted me. so i am actually going to be in a meeting with them.— so i am actually going to be in a meeting with them. when you say you had eo - le meeting with them. when you say you had people contacting _ meeting with them. when you say you had people contacting you _ meeting with them. when you say you had people contacting you have - had people contacting you have experienced similar, once of the messages have you heard? aha, experienced similar, once of the messages have you heard? a message ahead this morning, _ messages have you heard? a message ahead this morning, luther, _ messages have you heard? a message ahead this morning, luther, my - messages have you heard? a message ahead this morning, luther, my son i ahead this morning, luther, my son is 15 years old, his experience except what you are talking about through your career. so i applaud you for speaking out. i don't want a
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13, 14, 15—year—old sat in the i3, 14, 15—year—old sat in the changing room feeling like he has been ambushed by this largish banter and behaviour are. wejust need been ambushed by this largish banter and behaviour are. we just need to eradicate it or not normalise it. we have seen today that nelson piquet has used derogatory language were talking about lewis hamilton. how does this make people of colour feel? i does this make people of colour feel? ., , ., ., ., feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, _ feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, he _ feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, he is _ feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, he is one - feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, he is one of- feel? i love lewis hamilton. for me, in this generation, he is one of my . in this generation, he is one of my idols. to know hear people are using using derogatory language towards him upsets me as well. for someone that has reached the pinnacle of their sports, world champion, one of their sports, world champion, one of the best, if not the best ever do it, to still be suffering that is terrible. do i think we are ever going to change society and get rid of it? i don't think we are but we can alljust be better and be more
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aware. let's have a quick look at some of the other stories making the sports news today. france's interior minister has apologised to everyone who suffered from bad management at the champions league final last month. get initially blamed liverpool fans for the disorder outside the stade de france but an independent reviews found security and crowd management was inadequate with french police criticised for the disproportionate use of tear gas. britain's jack laugher won individual bronze at the fina world championships, in budapest. a final dive of 97.5 in the 3m springboard secured his second medal of the week. laugher also won silver in the synchro event and has one more chance for a world medal later in the week. great britain have named a 61r—strong squad for the white athletics championship in six months. dina asher—smith and catriona thompson johnson will both defend their titles in oregon. let's head back to wimbledon now to get the latest on what is
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going on at day two. thank you. loud cheers from centre court that we can hear, rafa nadal, absolute tight turn. when you last left at me, he was a breakdown in the fourth set, looking like we are going to battle into r5. he has turned the whole thing around the time and time again. at 36, he is still so good at doing this. this man, francisco cerundolo, now trying to stay in the match with nadal hoping he can get himself over the line in four sets. he doesn't want to test that foot too much in the opening round, he wants to win, kitty have the audacity at 36—year—old to win calendar slime? rafa nadal has never done that in his career, he is halfway there and if you could win wimbledon. were getting carried away, nothing djokovic would potentially await in the final,. dan evans, no such loud
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cheers from his match against jason kubler, evans was the first set and his three went on in the second, alistair gray just three his three went on in the second, alistair grayjust three here, he beat the taiwanese player china. emma raducanu... emma raducanu, her match against caroline garcia is second on centre court tomorrow, followed by andy murray againstjohn is now, that could well be an epic for all the reasons without big serve from the american. brian peniston is up tomorrow as well, he will be playing at stevejohnson, thatis will be playing at stevejohnson, that is the first match up on court number three, that is the first match up on court numberthree, i believe. before that is the first match up on court number three, i believe. before all of that tonight, we still have serena williams, 23—time grand slam champion. so much happening here, will keep you updated on bbc news but from all the team here, good
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night. there has been some big contrasts in the weather across the uk during the day to day. tax of sunshine across eastern england there were temperatures and the low 20s, presently warm. the west, weather front is bringing a thicker cloud and heavy rain for parts of western scotland. the rain tied it with this slow—moving area of low pressure that will be with us through the rest of this week with showers in the forecast air pretty much every day. of rights, a band of rain pushes across central and eastern england, includes eastern scotland sing some wet weather. temperatures into double figures, relatively mild start tomorrow. starting off with the band of rain at moving quickly from eastern scotland and eastern england, and then a day a century of
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sunshine and showers. the showers heaviest in scotland and some lining up heaviest in scotland and some lining up to a banter in southwest england, so some areas seeing showers. fewest showers in the east.
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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is outside source. ghislaine maxwell is about to be sentenced by a judge in the us the us congressional committee investigating january 6th is hearing new former democrat evidence from a former white house staffer. he didn't former white house staffer. he: didn't look up to his dust from his phone and said something along the lines of, "there's a lot going on, cass, i don't know. things like it really bad onjanuary 6th." —— things might get really bad. ghislaine maxwell is about to be sentenced by a judge in the us for helping her former partner, the paedophilejeffrey epstein, sexually abuse teenage girls. victims say she played a key role in his crimes.

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