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that's all ahead on bbc news. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm hugh ferris. our headlines this evening. a must win game... won... england reach the semi finals of the cricket world cup as durham boy mark wood provides a key contribution on home soil. to gauge from the third round but here at emerson, kyle men's whim then dreams are over. —— kyle to‘s a wimbledon dreams are over. and the legacy of the lionesses‘ agony. how defeat to the usa could mean success for future generations.
hello again. welcome to the programme. the shadows may be lengthening at durham but the sun will not be setting on england's cricket world cup. the hosts are through to the semi finals after beating new zealand and comfortably too by 119 runs. let's head there now and speak to our correspondent andy swiss. andy, england have come good in the nick of time. that's right, when the egg led fans we re that's right, when the egg led fans were arriving this morning to suspect and might of been some nerves jangling, because they knew that if they lost this match then potentially they could be out of the world cup. in truth, a defeat never really looked likely from the moment they got off to a terrific start,
thanks again to that opening partnership of jason roy and thanks again to that opening partnership ofjason roy and jonny ba i rstow. partnership ofjason roy and jonny bairstow. another terrific pair of innings from them. jonny bairstow reaching 100 for the second match in a row. a terrific innings from jonny ba i rstow. a row. a terrific innings from jonny bairstow. 106 eventually. he proved what an important part of this team he is alone with jason roy. then eglin slightly lost they are way towards the end. a clatter of wickets in the middle order which gave new zealand some hope that they might be able to restrict england to get a bowl total, but the tail wag, liam plunkett web blows towards the end of that helped put england beyond the 300 mark which was always going to be a tough target as far as new zealand are concerned. but take delhi when eglin got to a stunning start, what a catch that was from jos buttler to dismiss the dangerous martin stop led to a perfect start as new zealand lost early wickets.
fairto as new zealand lost early wickets. fair to say england also enjoyed something of a dose of good fortune as well with this extraordinary dismissal of kane williamson, the new zealand captain. such a danger man. mark wood just getting a fingertip onto the wall on the stance, running out kane williamson at the non—strikers and, touch pad lock. that was what england needed, and from there it went from strength to strength. ben stokes taking a wicket with his very first ball of the day. he enjoyed that one. new zealand ultimately dismissed, doubly as far as england are concerned. england are taking that final wicket which takes them through to the world cup semifinal. it has been a nerve—racking ride to get here, but for the first time in some 27 years, they are through to last four of the world cup. the key elements to eglin‘s game seem to be prospering. you mentioned the key opening partnership and also at their pace attack. these are the things that made engler the pre—tournament
favourites. that's right, that opening partnership betweenjason roy and jonny bairstow was interesting that it went jason was injured, that is when england seem to come unstuck. he built such momentum at the start of the innings along withjenny boyce though. their partnership is so key as far as england are concerned. —— jonny ba i rstow. england are concerned. —— jonny bairstow. they never really gave new zealand a snap, they shackled the batsmen early wickets, and new zealand never found a way back. special mention for mark wood who got the stadia run out of kane williamson but to three more wickets. very impressive. an all—round performance from england, showing why the other world number ones, why they wear the peat tournament favourites, i def they convey produce of the sort of ruthlessness that they showed in this sort of match, anything is possible going into the semifinals. likely to be either india or australia, so it will be tough for england, but after the last two performances they will not be
fearing anyone. while the cricketers are heading through in the north east... another home favourite is not... in south west london. british number one kyle edmund is out of wimbledon after a second round defeat to fernando verdasco. and he wasn't the only british player to lose today. john watson is there and can tell us more. it might be disappointed, shoe support for the two british players, kyle edmund ever watson given prime spots on the show courts, hoping to become the first british players enter the third round of the singles, but kyle and's run ended by fernando verdasco a few moments ago on centre court, and earlier in the day heather watson was come doubly beaten by a net content that.
right from the beginning it was clear this would be gruelling. but edmund soon had centre court clapping along to his beat. it looked so good, first sec check, second set check. cat and mouse rallies. the mouse pad back. but fernando verdasco would pounce any slip—up. inspired is notorious for five set comebacks. whether kyle edmund chances buckling, concern for britain's number one was growing. but ask oh has been right as high as seventh in the world, and here he says to chance to take a vice —like grip. the resistance gave in. this quite literally a defeat as painful as they come. meanwhile there is plenty of heavy lifting ahead for heather watson in order to improve her 2019, hedger has been farfrom jolly. she won just four of her singles matches before today, but she sought to swat away any such
concerns. the estonian has right more than 100 places above watson, thatis more than 100 places above watson, that is a chasm in tennis terms. her reward, the first set on the scoreboard. before long watson's women dead which is wasted away, the opponent got a line of her own.|j just felt like i had so many chances. i wasn't able to play aggressive tennis, i went on the back food. a bad day for the brits, but there are others to continue carrying the torch. joe, kyle so close with those two games away from booking his place in the third round, he he had that nasty fall which seems to have jarred his knee. that has read unravel. yes, he had a big lead, and i sure that shocked him because he has had a knee problem for months
going back to last year. bobbie made him a bit uncertain moving on the court, but it is a shame to get so near and not quite do it. huge support for him on centre today as i was on court number one for heather watson. we know her best grand slam performance has been reaching the third round, she has done so here three times previously. why is that she has not been able to get into the second week? heather plays quite well on grass, but coming into their she had fully had many wins, i doubt think she is very relieved to get into the first round where perhaps he did not play that well, but still w011 he did not play that well, but still won the match. today the first set was tight, she had chances here and they are but her opponent has won a lot of matches as she has a top player, so adjust got tougher and tougher. only harriet dart and johanna konta left, we will get more from you in a moment, bullets benyu some of the other talking points. the three—time grand slam champion
sta n the three—time grand slam champion stan wawrinka is out, beaten and five set today, see them get upset against the unseeded american riley apel against the unseeded american riley apel, who stays at a huge six so off as they wawrinka had that big serve to co nte nt as they wawrinka had that big serve to content web. with pointing out favre because the last 90 when a grand slam other than novak rock, rough andi grand slam other than novak rock, rough and i dial and roger. you feel for wawrinka, se running out of chances? what a win for him. karolina pliskova one, these born champion one of the potential failure to win the rebels entitled this year. the third seed wrapping up this year. the third seed wrapping up her match, a huge serve, she will bea up her match, a huge serve, she will be a contender this year. you have to fight her chances. she is into the third round. never been passed the third round. never been passed the fourth round here at wimbledon, you think you she will do better than that they see are. simona halep, former french open champion, she is also through, it was an all
remaining encounter this one. she came to 6—3, 4—6, 6—2, so simona halep safely through. we know her calibre in the grand slams as well. the other courts, let's benyu up to date with novak djokovic. the men's number one, in action at the moment against dennis could lower of the united states. novak djokovic has made quick work in this one. he has done really well here. five games are in that first set, so novak djokovic racing through this one i gazed a player with pointing out has reached the fourth round previously, and when he did that he beat alex thereafter for losing to merrin cilic in the fourth round. he has clearly got some pedigree on the grass, but against a play—off novak djokovic's calibre you that novak
djokovic's calibre you that novak djokovic is the defending champion will have too much to book his place in the second round. court number one, bringing you up—to—date, jesus traced through on a cocoa and a cover against caroline wozniacki, it was the russian who beat wozniacki at the french open. just a a few weeks ago. caroline wozniacki a grand slam cabin herself, one ds gillian ( last year that she lifted the title. wozniacki a big name in the title. wozniacki a big name in the women's draw dacia at webber dent. you would fancy her chances despite the level pegging at that first set. wozniacki will feel that she could progress to the second round once again. you were watching simona halep today, what did you make of her and will she be a contender? it was a very tough
match. strange when you play someone from your country, aired out a bit more attention. a bit of controversy at the end and the last game when the umpire really got the call wrong. gave the point to simona halep when it should not have been. not really, didn't change the whole match but are lucky. what do we make of the women's draw, it feels like had opened up. naomi osaka going out. we know the quality of ashleigh barty. who would you see as one of the favourites? event after event on the favourites? event after event on the women's tour, it is hard to pick a winner. pliskova playing really great grass court tennis, and i think it is about time she won a grand slam. ashleigh barty may have something to say, and serena williams may have something to say, she has belly said her knee is ok, she has belly said her knee is ok, she is fit and healthy. just like we welcome to her in the doubles. partnering alongside andy murray in
the mixed doubles. what chances do you feel as far as british success this year is concerned, we know there are only two players left in there are only two players left in the women's singles stop everyone looking to johanna konta, the women's singles stop everyone looking tojohanna konta, how do you fa ncy looking tojohanna konta, how do you fancy her chances? i think she will probably play sloane stephens which will be a tough match but she has beaten her. on a grass court i would go with johanna konta, beaten her. on a grass court i would go withjohanna konta, she will have to play well, but she can do it. who knows? she is in that top bit where it is staff, packed full of really good grass court players. i think she has got the tougher end of the draw. it will be fascinating. we know that serena williams has given everybody a boost here. having said that she will play mixed doubles alongside andy murray this year, andy got everyone excited saying he was going to play any men's doubles but it is the linkup play alongside serena williams in the mixed doubles which will give the british faithful plenty to shout about. not least
with jamie murray teaming up with better pneumatic science in the mixed doubles. an interesting one,j clarke, another brit playing alongside cocoa golf any mixed doubles that draw was made today. plenty of excitement any murray household with the brothers. set to potentially meet in the men's doubles and maybe even ending mixed doubles and maybe even ending mixed doubles as well. this is what she had to say. i was try to figure last time he played mixed doubles i thick it was at the olympics in 2012. long time since he played make, but what an opportunity. they have both got good form so hopefully they can be the perfect match. we could see both meeting in the men's doubles. how does that make you feel? you never look below your first
match, so i am fortunate that i do's ria singles, so it has been great forfamily harmony. ria singles, so it has been great for family harmony. they haven't competed against each other for a long time. if ed happens i will go to the pub and wait for a text. you will not be watching courtside? though, that would be torture. possibly want to avoid and wait for the update. you of course 12 grand slam titles in the mixed doubles. interesting whatjudy slam titles in the mixed doubles. interesting what judy had slam titles in the mixed doubles. interesting whatjudy had to say, it is quite a difficult discipline because which you do not get much time to prepare. how tough is it?|j a lwa ys time to prepare. how tough is it?|j always thought mixed was great fun. when i played byjeremy we won here which was fabulous. we were not away talk about tennis on court, so we did have a bit of fun. it is a nice combination with a man and a woman, i doubt they can add a will be surprised at how many balls so we 110w surprised at how many balls so we now might want to take off him. i cannot wait to watch. hence so much
success , cannot wait to watch. hence so much success, serena williams has 139 titles in singles and doubles. what will it be like without support? you have felt it yourself. how much does that help? it gives you such a buzz. ican that help? it gives you such a buzz. i can understand why i do want to come back and play. great to see him in the doubles. to have my be at home and everyone cheering for you is superb. i am just a bed worried about the pair of them with the hair and serena's knee. serena will be serious about wanting to win the singles. she is going after the grand slam titles and she wants to go past margaret court on 24. she has just go past margaret court on 24. she hasjust come back go past margaret court on 24. she has just come back to fitness. her knee was recently still hurting, she was uncertain. now she is set at the next as well, so fingers crossed. was uncertain. now she is set at the next as well, so fingers crossedlj am next as well, so fingers crossed.” am sure she would not be competing the doubles that she did not feel she could win it alongside andy. many thanks indeed for your thoughts. we'll keep and i out for
serena in the singles, but what a fantastic proposition we have in store with those doubles match ups to come. that is all from webber than on day three. i will had you back to you with plenty of reflection stale after that result, the disappointment of the lionesses. england's women footballers are in nice, but they world cup journey will end on the south coast on saturday rather than in the final on sunday after defeat to the usa last night. let's go to lyon. they might not be feeling it right now, but is there a sense perhaps amongst this god in what they have been able to achieve over the course of the last layer month? —— amongst the squad. whatever the sense of achievement, it will take a long time to sink in. i saw them this morning as they left
a hotel in lyon, so putting a brave face on things. we know there was a feeling of emptiness in that camp after that result, huge disappointment. you can understand why, their world cup has ended any familiarfashion. going why, their world cup has ended any familiar fashion. going out why, their world cup has ended any familiarfashion. going out at why, their world cup has ended any familiar fashion. going out at the semifinals, the third major tournament in a row that they have exited at the last four, although they did not have enough to beat the usa at this time, there will still bea usa at this time, there will still be a sand that progress has been made. this world cup has seen more people interested in the sport, a record tv audience for their semifinal against the usa, more people watched and have watched any other programme this year. that is something i was speaking to baroness sue campbell about, she is the director within‘s football, as she believes there is world cup has already seen a transformation in the women's game. i think we have seen 11.7