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tv   Sportsday  BBC News  May 29, 2018 10:30pm-10:47pm BST

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and into the queen's diamond jubilee i'm hugh ferris. our headlines tonight. no bother for the british number one. galleries. the point from the ground, where kyle edmund cruises into the second round of the french open. unseeded she may well you could no longer see it... be, but a serious they are new but the threat nonetheless. space isn't. it's been here for centuries, largely unused and neglected. with a win at roland garros. scotland prepare to play peru, a to create chapels up nation gripped by world cup fever. here. while northern ireland a lot of monks, masses have also gone needed to be said, chapels. west. but they didn't ever do they'll play england's world cup opponents it. so the fashion changed and it was just abandoned. panama. hello of course, it was used for coronations. archive footage: this great building in all its magnificence. again. on queen elizabeth ii's coronation in 1953. the abbey's ancient story. thanks forjoining us on sportsday. surviving altarpiece. with playing in a grand slam as the british number the funeral effigy of one. he didn't show admiral nelson.
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it. was building his then—new and impressively, too. church. as patrick gearey reports. and some wonderful stone carvings. you know, these galleries are terrific. on display are absolutely fascinating. but they are not the best thing. repetitions through his sudden success. repetitions through his sudden success. success. is what you can see from put them in a position to do this on the first point of the french open. the first point here. of the french in europe," and now you can enjoy it, too. open. but at a price. an additional £5 charge to visit the new time getting charged by the british number one. number one. galleries. some might consider that good value. others might feel, like the old spiral staircase, it's a bit steep. smashed through his rapid rise since the australian open. the australian open. it's not at all bad. the teenager is less fully 105th in the world. will gompertz, bbc news. less fully 105th in the world. that's all flickers of the player he will become. from us. become. not enough to save the second or threaten in the third. second or threaten in the third. in salisbury saved the lives of sergei and
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yulia skripal. but here on bbc one it's time for the news where you are. 00:02:04,302 --> 858993220:40:21,327 hello 858993220:40:21,327 --> 1717986441:18:38,353 and 1717986441:18:38,353 --> 2576979661:56:55,379 welcome 2576979661:56:55,379 --> 3435972882:35:12,404 to 3435972882:35:12,404 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 sportsday. almost blemish three —— blemish free victory. one of rights. —— likes. in his first round match. that was delayed due to thunderstorms in paris last night. the ten—time winner at roland garros had a much tougher third set. 11—9 in the tie break. and will face argentina's guido pella next. since becoming a mother. she's unseeded at roland garros after her time away from the game. but beat krystina pliskova in the first round. the victory was in straight sets. but still tough. one hour and 45 minutes worth. inspired by wakanda. from the recent movie the black panther.
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i feel like a warrior in it, a warrior princess. warrior princess. i am always living in a fantasy world. in a fantasy world. i have always wanted to be a superhero. wanted to be a superhero. and it is kind of my way of being a superhero. kind of my way of being a superhero. i feel like a superhero when i wear it. at the french open since 2015. richel hogenkamp by sets to one. —— to— one. sharapova will face croatia's donna vekic next. of south africa this summer with a quad injury. northampton‘s piers francis. also out and jason woodward and nathan hughes called up.
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makes financial sense to the governing body. who are considering the bid from fulham owner shahid khan. the soul of the game. community football. them in their world cup group. reporter chris mclauglin. the peruvian capital is home to a very british player. very british player. paddington‘s gets a fair much is scottish. scottish. each one here with a tip to talk
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about their travels. to talk about their travels. acid in panama city, panama city here. panama city, panama city here. with you be watching? i hope so. a great feeling because i'm going to the world cup. and maybe a long way. hands up if you disagree. but it is a very experienced squad. a very experienced squad. something not lost on their manager. not lost on their manager. before to come to south america and play in front of a full stadium. play in front of a full stadium. the first minute of the game to the very last. he is not kidding. was the crowd for national team training session. training session.
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has gripped the nation heading for the finals in russia. the finals in russia. they want to be part of a party. be part of a party. we were coming home from trips away. home from trips away. we are not here to be making numbers. here to be making numbers. to just give a good account of ourselves “ are so. to just give a good account of ourselves -- are so. ourselves -- are so. over 16,000 peruvians will pack this plays out for a world cup party. plays out for a world cup party. but in reality, it is a mammoth task. —— scotland's work. of an even tougher tests in front of mexico. in the early hours. england's world cup group — panama. in the capital panama city. as he tries to get his side ready for euro 2020 qualifying. the conditions will be tough for us there is no doubt about that.
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there is no doubt about that. we only had two days prep. only had two days prep. but it is a learning experience for our players. learning experience for our players. the players are also looking forward to the game. to the game. young boys will play a part, there is no doubt about that. part, there is no doubt about that. the conditions mean that players will struggle. will struggle. that finishes the game will be a lot younger than the timu starts it. younger than the timu starts it. —— than the one who starts it. for most of the world, the 14th ofjune is a crucial date. in the diaries of football fans from a select group of countries. that's when fifa will decide the host of the 2026 tournament. conway reports. this is the academy outside of the capital. capital. education but also a
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football education. education. the hot of morocco pasay footballing talent. footballing talent. proud of this facility and proud of their world cup bid. their world cup bid. they want it here in 2026. here in 2026. them to aim at as they tried to become professional players. become professional players. great honour to organise the world cup here. in morocco. have all the facilities to do this i think. football is the... its life. the vote for the 2026 world cup will take place in moscow. take place in moscow. the usa canada and mexico combining for a joint campaign. for a joint campaign. to stage a 48 team world cup as it will be. will be. executive of the bit to see what he had to say. had to say.
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and its way of celebrating the gathering of people and everything. gathering of people and everything. we want to have the world coming into dust 26. into dust 26. it means a lot in every single aspect. every single aspect. russian world cup starts in a few weeks' time. and it is a key decision. decision. between the united states, mexico, canada. two bits i couldn't be more different. different. morocco needing to upgrade its infrastructure. upgrade its infrastructure. next year and offering huge amounts of revenue. of revenue. voters, all 211 member nations must now make a very big decision. that's all from sportsday. coming up in a moment, the papers.
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bringing us tomorrow. chartered certified accountants. welcome to you both. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. unanswered.
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feature in the ft and the negative effect on european and us markets. street corner in liege today. is to be launched in days. videos posted on social media. different stories tonight which gives us lots to talk about. gives us lots to talk about. central bake chief warms that the centre trusses failing. centre trusses failing. that's trusses failing. this is the latest crisis.
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crisis. would have to take a look quickly because this is not for serious. because this is not for serious. because the implications of what happen. we are used to political crisis. crisis. but it is ijust a country of grand opera. of grand opera. they put on great clinical shows. and clinical nightmares. —— great political shows. shows. standard, they are facing this popular uprising. popular uprising. finishing line, it was blocked by the italian president. —— five star. he has now impose his own prime minister. minister. he will be a caretaker that will last. that will last. group and we will be facing new elections.
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elections. the question is than you have more elections. have more elections. the last one was in march. was in march. we have another one that could be as early asjuly. that could be as early asjuly. they will campaign on this is what the elitist telling us to do. the elitist telling us to do. this wave of sentiment and would like to be reelected again. like to be reelected again. that's not a certainty. not a certainty. had in the eu referendum, the parallels here are very similar. parallels here are very similar. italians will vote rather than for sentiment. sentiment.
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to be a member of the —— a member of it any more. it any more. campaigned on coming out of the euro, did they? no. they intimated they were unhappy. they were unhappy. they wanted reform from the european union. reform from the european union.
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