tv Sport Today BBC News July 13, 2017 1:45am-2:01am BST
andy murray loses in five sets to sam querrey. novak djokovic is also out, forced to retire during his quarter—final against tomas berdych. and kittel wins again. that's now five stage wins for the german at this year's tour de france. hello. thank you forjoining us. we're going to kick things off at wimbledon where it was a big day for big—name shocks. the world number one, andy murray, who is also the defending champion, has been knocked out at the quarter—final stage as has three—time wimbledon winner, novak djokovic. if you chuck in stan wawrinka and rafa nadal falling by the wayside as well, it means the purveyor of indian summers, roger federer, at 35—years—old, is the highest ranked player left in the draw.. austin halewood rounds up the men's quarter—finals for us. centre court crowds are used to
seeing andy murray in quarter—finals. his 10th in a row this time against america's sam querrey. but after andy murray took the first set, losing the second was not in the script. the third, andy murray was too good and back in control. 0r murray was too good and back in control. or was he? the fourth was lost and the next would soon follow. into a decider, andy murray was limited and wincing in pain. in typicalfashion, sam limited and wincing in pain. in typical fashion, sam querrey limited and wincing in pain. in typicalfashion, sam querrey reached the last four of the grand slam. the defending champion going home. five set matches continue to be the order of the day, as marin cilic and muller could not be separated. muller could not be separated. muller beat rafael nadal a few days ago, but got broken in his first service game with a bad start. from that point on, marin cilic did not look back. another semifinalist for
the second time. it means a lot. it is an amazing achievement. three times. this isjust an is an amazing achievement. three times. this is just an amazing achievement. today was a really ha rdfoug ht achievement. today was a really ha rdfought battle. he achievement. today was a really hardfought battle. he played great tennis, serving unbelievably today. i had to work hard to get the first break. it was just a couple of points deciding the match. another day and another grand slam quarter—final for day and another grand slam quarter—finalfor roger day and another grand slam quarter—final for roger federer, his 50th, in fact. quarter—final for roger federer, his 50th, infact. his quarter—final for roger federer, his 50th, in fact. his opponent, the last round it from canada, world number seven, the man who beat him last year. —— milos raonic. looking to make amends, roger federer raced out of the box. and the second set followed in the hour. last year's semi—final was one of the matches of
the championship, but this one never reached the same heights, until the third set, milos hitting back. but there was only one winner, fabulous roger federer cruising into the final four. roger federer cruising into the finalfour. you roger federer cruising into the final four. you can always play a little bit better but you can also play a little bit worse. conditions change. today felt a bit more damp. not as hot and crisp and fast as the first week. you adjust it to the conditions. it is like going to work. you cannot produce the best every day but you have to make sure your average is every day but you have to make sure your average is as every day but you have to make sure your average is as high as possible every single day. i think i did a greatjob this week. every single day. i think i did a great job this week. last encore number one was two—time champion novak djokovic against world number 15 tomas berdych. —— on court one. tomas berdych edged this one. into the second, injury struck once again. this time, at the expense of
novak djokovic. thomas berdych was through to face roger federer in the final. i was able, maybe, you know, for 30 minutes to play with some pain. it was bearable, let us call it that. all of the treatments could not really help. serving forehand, that was where i could feel it the most. there was really no sense. meanwhile, andy murray's been widely praised on social media for a comment that he made during in his post—match press conference. after losing to sam querrey in the quarter—finals, the world number one correcting a reporter with his facts. sam querrey was the first us player to reach a major semi—final since 2009... male player. sorry? male player. yes, male player, that is
for sure. to cycling, and the german, marcel kittel, just can't stop winning. he took wednesday's11th stage of the tour de france from eymet to pau on the edge of the pyrenees, a distance of 203 kilometres. it's the second successive stage win for the quickstep rider. and his fifth in the year's race. the defending champion, chris froome, of team sky retained the yellow jersey. he leads by 18 seconds. simon brotherton reports. 0nly only three riders decided to have a go. 0ne only three riders decided to have a go. one of them almost pulled off a sensational victory. this polish rider was caught 15 metres from the line as the peloton went past. kittel, first. the norwegian banging his handlebars in frustration at being denied a podium. the overall situation has not changed. chris froome still leads by 18 seconds. simon yates still wears the white jersey as the best young rider.
this is the first time donald trump's course has hosted a women's major. britney. this is a big event in women's golf. it is very special. my in women's golf. it is very special. my whole family was there. that was an absolute dream come true to have eve ryo ne an absolute dream come true to have everyone there. it took half a year for it to sink in. yeah, you know, i am excited to be back. i love that
us 0pens and have been hitting it really good. i am excited to get out there tomorrow. and now for the cricket news. three of the semi—finalists as the women's world cup were decided on wednesday, and they include the holders, australia. india batted first after the aussies won the toss, and poonam raut top—scored with 108 as the indians made 226 for seven from their 50 overs. there was also a landmark for mitali raj, who became the first woman to reach 6,000 runs in 0ne—day internationals, before she was out for 69. australia's reply was underpinned by another big innings from meg lanning. she hit an unbeaten 76. while ellyse perry was 60 not out at the end, and hit the winning runs, as the defending champions won by eight wickets with nearly five overs to spare. the host nation, england, are also through to the semi—finals after beating new zealand. england made 284 for nine from their 50 overs thanks to a century from natalie sivver and tammy beaumont‘s 93.
new zealand were bowled out for 209, as england won by 75 runs. england's victory was also good news for south africa, who beat sri lanka earlier in the day. the sri lankans were skittled out forjust 101, and south africa chased that down with nearly 27 overs to spare. they're also through to the semi—finals. let's bring you up—to—date with some of the latest football transfers. james rodriguez has been officially introduced as a bayern munich player. the colombian international joined the german champions from real madrid on a two—year loan, and he's been reunited with his former madrid manager, carlo ancelotti. meanwhile, in the transfer merry—go—round, douglas costa has left bayern munich. the brazilian winger has joined juventus on a season—long loan,
and the italian champions will have the option to buy him next year. fellow brazilian, dani alves, who was released byjuventus last month, hasjoined the french side, paris st germain, on a two—year deal. he was also wanted by manchester city, and says he's sorry for any hurt he might have caused their manager and his former barcelona coach, pep guardiola. and manchester united's adnan jazuzaj has joined the spanish side real sociedad. the belgian winger, who's spent the last two seasons on loan at borussia duirtmund and sunderland, has signed a five—year contract with the basque club. just about enough time to remind you that it's women's semi final day at wimbledon on thursday. 2015 runner up garbine muguruza up against this years wimbledon fairy tale in the shape of world number 87, magdalena rybarikova. the slovakian was outside of the top 400 in the world as recently as march after knee and wrist injuries, can she continue her cindarella story and book a place in the final. the second semi—final also promises to be a cracker. after becoming the first british woman into the semi—finals at the all england club in almost a0 years, johanna konta will be looking to feed off a partizan crowd
as she takes on 37—year—old, venus williams. you can get all the latest sports news at our website. that's bbc.com/sport. but from me and the rest of the sport today team, goodbye. hello there, good morning. yesterday was a lovely day across large swathes of the uk. after some early rain in the south—east, that soon cleared away, and the sun came out for the afternoon. and it was a fine and sunny day in cumbria, thanks to the weather watchers for sending in the pictures. we saw the sunshine through the day yesterday. clear skies overnight, and that will take us on into the morning. with those clear skies it will be chilly in some rural spots. major towns and cities starting in double figures for most, up to 111—15 at the very best. in more rural parts, rural scotland, three degrees, england and wales down to about four or five, so a bit on the chilly side for some. high—pressure is in charge of the weather for the most part through the day today. you will notice this weather front in the north and west, more isobars here, so a bit more of a breeze.
the weather front will see cloud and will bring rain to northern ireland, and into western scotland as well. ahead of that, a lot of fine and dry weather, but not completely dry, because there will be one or two showers around. but i think east anglia and the south—east, increasing cloud in the afternoon, but it is staying dry. the low 20s quite widely. there will be a line of showers from the south—west of england into south wales, drifting through the midlands, to the north—east of england. behind that, a lot of dry and bright weather. maybe a shower or two in aberdeenshire. the breeze and rain into western scotland and northern ireland as well. 19 degrees the top temperature in belfast. wimbledon continues and it looks like it will be a decent day for it. light winds, there will be sunshine, patchy cloud as well, and temperatures should get into the low 20s. as we go through the evening, our he weather front makes progress southwards and eastwards. that will bring some rain with it, not a great deal. it's mostly overnight rain as well. any lingering rain in the morning in the south—east won't last long, it will clear away quite quickly.
then it is a decent day with a lot of dry weather. it's dry for the most part. 18 in aberdeen, 32 in london. friday night, we start to see rain across scotland, into northern ireland as well. outbreaks of rain further south in england and wales. early rain in the south—east on saturday doesn't last too long. it should clear way. then we have scattered showers out to the west, where it is quite breezy, and the showers will be fairly frequent in western scotland. now, of course, it's the finals weekend, the ladies' finals on saturday looking pretty good. temperatures on the rise, humidity too, for the men's final by saturday. so on the weekend it will be cloudy and muggy with humidity on the rise, but some showers will crop up in the north and west of the uk. and it will be quite warm further south. welcome to bbc news, broadcasting to viewers in north america and around the globe. i'm mike embley. our top stories: it's not a witch hunt — the likely next head of the fbi says investigations into president trump are fair.
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