it's 314th win in a row for the england women a new record. the third and final t20 is on tuesday. hayley turner has become the first female jockey to ride a winner at royal ascot for 32 years and just the second ever... she rode ‘33 to 1' outsider ‘thanks be‘ to victory in the sandringham stakes leaving the queen's horse ‘magnetic charm' in second. turner was later given a ban and a fine for over using the whip during the race. frankie dettori won his seventh race at this year's royal ascot winning the group 1 commonwealth cup on advertise. dettori won four races in a row yesterday with the bookmakers set for a munster pay—out before losing his final two races of the day. he once rode seven winners in a day at a september meeting at ascot in 1996. onto tennis... and it was another busy day for the 18—year—old canadian felix auger alia seem at the queen's club
championships. after beating nick kyrigos and grigor dimitrov in the singles yesterday, he caused another upset today, knocking out the top seed stefanos tsitsipas. aliiasime, who is currently the youngest player in the atp top 100, beat tsitsipas in straights sets. he then also played and lost a doubles match. the second match of andy murray's comeback was suspended due to fading light. murray and feliciano lopez won the first set against dan evans and ken skupski, but the players had to leave the court at ten to nine with evans and skupski five four ahead in the second set. the match will continue tomorrow after the singles‘ semi finals. there were wins for the top two sides in rugby league's super league this evening. warrington remain second after a convincing victory over wakefield. whilst the top side st helens continue their good form with a 36 ten win over struggling leeds rhinos. louis mccarthy scarsbrook with two of their trys.
elsewhere in tonights super league wigan beat huddesfield by 38 points to 22. salford go above castelford by beating them 2616. and confirmation of warrington's easy win against wakefield. let's take a look at some of the other stories making the headlines... ferrari's attempt to overturn the penalty that cost sebastian vettel victory in the canadian grand prix has been rejected by formula 1 officials who found that "no significant or relevant information" had been offered to over turn the race day decision. the scottish premiership fixtures for next season have been released and celtic will begin their bid for a record equalling ninth successive title at home to stjohnstone on saturday third august. rangers visit kilmarnock the following day. all the fixtures are on the bbc sport website. the former spain, liverpool and chelsea striker fernando torres has announced his retirement. the 35—year—old is currently playing injapan and won a world cup and two
european championships during his 18 year career. england's under 21's are out of the european championships after losing four two against romania. all six goals came in last 15 minutes. romania led but england drew level thanks to a stunning strike from leicester's demarai grey. but they were level forjust six minutes. ianis hagi putting romania back in front. tammy abraham equalised a minute later but romania snatched the win with two goals from florinel coman his first was a moment to forget for dean henderson. women's golf‘s third major of the year ther pga championship is well into the second round. australia's hannah green is still out in front, after another good round at hazeltine national. she followed yesterday's four under round of 68 with a 69 today to go seven under par for the tournament
three shots ahead of south korea's hjoojoo kim who's still on course. england's mel reid has dropped out of contention on one over par. more than 50 thousand tennis fans are heading to the sussex coast for the wimbledon warm up at eastbourne. some of the biggest names in the sport including defending champion caroline wozniacki and andy murray will compete there. but it's also the home tournament ofjohanna konta, who lives down the road and is hoping to inspire the next generation of british tennis players. juliette parkin reports. meet young player ruby. she dreams of becoming a pro one dayjust like her practise partner. and it was nothing short of the stuff of dreams whenjoe nothing short of the stuff of dreams when joe contessa nothing short of the stuff of dreams whenjoe contessa priced her at her home in eastbourne today. very nice to meet you. ruby was on court with the british number one. and this nine year has proved she has got the staying power. ——johanna konta.
nine year has proved she has got the staying power. -- johanna konta. my brother started it in then i got into it. now they both quit and now i'm the only child playing get. falling in love with a score at a young age, whatever this work but with tennis, that last with you forever. in a still lasting with me forever. in a still lasting with me for now and i'm sure ruby will be loving tennis for a very long time. one day of the international tournament, a chance for the fans here to get up close to the stars of the practise court. it is brilliant. my the practise court. it is brilliant. my favourite week of the year here. we get really good people here. my favourite week of the year here. we get really good people herelj have been to the french open, wimbledon, i've been to a few premier events and this is probably the best one so far. some wait to see some of the top professionals play when you are not lucky enough to get tickets for wimbledon. among them, the defending champion, caroline wozniacki. who returns here your own gear with high regard for the grass. when people are
complementary at that level, you do think to yourself, i have to maintain that now. and do better next time. as much as it is nice, you also think i hope the pressure is now on. the match action interest today all eyes on canada's eugenie bouchard. the former will but didn't find a list crashing got 6—2, 611. —— wimbledon number one. as for the british number one, she appeared relaxed back in home turf, will there be another surprise guests at temperature part? ship our christmas very much up to bono i think. he had the very much schedule and a mind of its own. super independent. i think you have to speak to his secretary. who do you think did better today? you have to speak to his secretary. who do you think did better today7|j who do you think did better today?|j think who do you think did better today?” think she did better.” who do you think did better today?” think she did better. i think she is being too kind. very much a 50—50 effort. it is so pressing the pros and action will help inspire a whole new generation of players and who knows, for one, this could be where it all begins. that's all from sportsday. goodnight.
hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are anne ashworth the associate editor of the times and jason beattie the head of politics, daily mirror. welcome to you both. many of the front pages already in. you will spot a theme. the telegraph lee jewitt reports that police were called by a neighbour to the lundholm of the conservative leadership. —— elites with reports. and his partner shortly after last night. the mirror also has that
story in the front page. the times is saying that mrjohn cena may be question over the alleged incident when he appears in front of thousands of tory party members. that's mrjohnson. eddie the hustings of and birmingham. the daily may also reporting the story claiming that a neighbour reportedly heard screaming and shouting coming from the flat. the express describes the incident as a quote furious the bus stop. the guardian who first reported the story don't actually lead on it, is focusing on and put the continuing tensions between the united states and iran. after president donald trump tweeted that he withdrew his orders for air strikes with ten minutes to spare after he was told that any attack may kill as many as 150 people. let's dip into some of those the next ten minutes. let's take us to the time. as ijust said, every paper has a story relating to boris
johnson. what is the times take on it? they are treating the story quite carefully because as you have said, it hasn't been confirmed. the police were called to the flat. there are peers and from the report of the neighbours to have been an altercation, and it seems that the tory leadership contest which we expect him to be interesting and for the mum has got to an even more exciting start then we thought that it would. extraordinary decision come all the papers have gone with the story, usually saturday paper if you have to diverse set of front page stories and people looking for an exclusive to run on the saturday. but everybody has gone on this story whichjust shows the but everybody has gone on this story which just shows the capacity that borisjohnson has to which just shows the capacity that boris johnson has to attract attention, to be the story. which is one of the reasons why his party loved him so much. that he knows how
to make the news and knows how to make the weather. but what and how he will talk about this, at the big session toitioi’i'ow he will talk about this, at the big session tomorrow and birmingham, i don't know. extraordinary how every paper, nothing else. no story at all. the time take, referring to what the police have said it, their statement doesn't mention names. we cannot independently verify with the neighbour the same but it is pretty clear with the papers are making of it. and the reason is right from the start, everybody has said that the only person that can be boris johnson is boris johnson. only person that can be boris johnson is borisjohnson. —— ken pete's. you can quite fill a large depository, we all heard gasps, blunders, mistakes, errors, misjudgments, appalling phrases that he has committed over the years. it is not a surprise that he has