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and tells you everything you need to know, simply astonishing. she not old enough to get uncertain certain roller coasters, but the ride continues. the cloud was amazing, even when i was down match point they were cheering me on and i'm just super thankful that they believed in me. hunger, character, talent, coco is popping all the bubbles, shall be labelled a champion in the making, but she's already playing title winning tennis. well because gauff‘s match went on so long it meant the much anticipated pairing of andy murray and serena williams had to be postponed. they were due to play germany's andreas mies and alexa guarachi of chile on centre court in the first round of the mixed doubles. instead the match was pushed into the 6th day at wimbledon. meanwhile in the day's other wimbledon news — last year's beaten finalist kevin anderson showed his lack of match fitness against guido pella. the fourth seeded south african, who's just recovered from injury, was beaten by the argentine pella in straight sets in their third round match.
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the battle of the former women's world number ones went the way of simona halep who knocked—out victoria azarenka in straight sets... azarenka completely fell apart after going 3—1 up in the first set, losing ii of the next 12 games. she also had to be warned during the match after bouncing her racket in frustration. halep will play gauff in the 4th round... and whatever happens with andy murray in the men's doubles, he won't be facing his brother. jamie murray and neal skupski lost in the first round — beaten in five sets in their match which was postponed from last night. so here's how tomorrow's wimbledon action looks. first—up on centre court britain's harriet dart faces world number one and french open champion ashleigh barty in the third round. and also on centre court is the seven time wimbledon champion roger federer against lucas pouille. serena williams is first on court one againstjulia goerges followed by british number one
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jo konta and sloane stephens. and then dan evans — who's the only male briton in the last 32 — plays portugal's jao sousa. well this year's women's world cup has already broken several records including tv audiences and ticket sales as well as the biggest scoreline when the usa thrashed thailand 13—nil. and now fifa want to make the next tournament even bigger increasing the nations participating from 2a to 32 and doubling the prize money. katie gornall reports. as we near the finale of the lemons well cap here and leon, this time today to pause and reflect on the tournament as a whole which has not had his issues, but today was gee- lee- the before, the they w sbefare,
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the they as the out. the they ébe out. | five was women's 2a to women's 2a to inimen's 2a m— m to i in men's the tricky - 24 of 55 ' a cup 3 ' a cup 3 ' 2023 a cup ;ii— ' 2023 ‘ which cup; couple )23 i w ——| cup; couple) wel‘w ——| cup; couple) wel‘w - to cupgcwee) wel‘w-to 2023 3 cwe.e) we gigs.) .. 2023 x nothing5.e) we gigs.) .. of we had to world cup, of course we had to believe bigger and to do what we should have done already probably sometime ago, but now we have evidence to do it. especially for women's football. he also said he wa nts to women's football. he also said he wants to create a cloud a weld cup played every year and create a weld
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football league like the nations lea k football league like the nations leak and the men's game, he also wa nts to ta ke leak and the men's game, he also wants to take £500 million from that vast reserves that fifa and put that into the grassroots of the women's game as well. a final proposal is about price 90, he wants to doublet for the next women's weld cup $260 million, still pales in comparison to the prize fund for the men's world cup which in qatar will be increased to 440 million dollars. so from that point of view, the gap between the men's and women's price find is actually increasing as the proposal because i had and it's something that be a talking point i had at the women's weld cup final between usa and that the women's weld cup final between usa and netherlands on sunday. she won in10.7 only for hundreds of the sentence seller as the lifetime best,
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finishing second with 10.91 second. unsurprisingly pakistan are out of the cricket world cup — confirming new zealand's place in the semi—finals. alongside england, india and australia, pakistan needed to beat bangladesh by at least 308 runs today to reach the semi—final, an almost impossible task. they won by 94 runs. the tour de france gets underway tomorrow in — brussels. in rugby league, leeds rhinos have beat castleford tigers for the second time this season. the rhinos were 10—nil up for the first half, thanks to tries from trent merrin, jack walker and rob lui. the tigers scored two tries after half time, but it wasn't enough to beat leeds. also tonight, they had a big win over whole kr. the tour de france gets underway tomorrow in — brussels. the riders will cover over 2000 miles before finishing in paris in three weeks time. the defending champion geraint thomas is in the unusual position of co—leading team ineos with egan bernal after chris froome
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was seriously injured in a crash last month. but the welshman says he and bernal aren't rivals — gareth rhys 0wen reports from the belgian capital. they may may have changed but expectations surrounding cycling richest most successful team remain as high as ever, despite the omission, formally team sky still start the race as clear favourites, they have two joint leaders, deride time as the defending champion and his form lately has been patchy and the untalented colombian. as for other contenders from the uk, they will be hoping for a high finish, especially item, but there is left out of that team dimension due to lack of form and not adding to that third victory stage, all eyes on favourites. i feel ifeel i'm in
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i feel i'm in a good ifeel i'm in a good place i think especially with the way the races this year, so lots of big days to the end, i'm sure, i think it'll help, but yeah i'm happy with how i ama help, but yeah i'm happy with how i am a little bit obviously nice to finish first fresh air, but it's just the way it was but i had good training and didn't miss anything. so all dead. britain's women's basketball team made history yesterday when they reached the semi—finals of the eurobasket for the first time. they'll play france tomorrow in the last 4 and earlier i spoke to key player temi fagbenle who scored nearly half their points against hungary and started off by asking how she and the team felt about making history for britain. it was just, you it wasjust, you know, it was just, you know, just an amazing feeling to have all of us together, accomplishing something so amazing and for me, individually i was just... shocked at the end it was just... shocked at the end it was like a very numb feeling because he put so much into the game, and
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then it's over and you accomplish something huge and everyone is going crazy but it's like wow, i'm exhausted but today i'm like i get a chance to really reflect and enjoy what we have been able to accomplish, which is major. we made great history. you made the semifinals and now you have france next, what will that be like to place and how tough will it be do you think? it's going to be tough, every game at this stage will be taught so it's nothing we are not used to. so we are raring to go and so used to. so we are raring to go and so excited and just going to do what we've been doing during the whole tournament and sticking together and playing high defence and battle all the way to the end, we are known for this, this is our training as a team and many don't like playing is because of that because it's so hard to do. so we are looking forward to it and ready to fight. that's all from sportsday.
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we'll have more sport throughout the weekend. hello and welcome to our luck i had for the paper is. with me are the added eric kevin schofield and the uk correspondent benedict. many of the front pages are in, conservative leadership race leading a number of the front pages including the times reporting borisjohnson set the front pages including the times reporting boris johnson set for a landslide victory with the pope leading him on 74% of thejeremy hunt gets 26% of the vote. staying
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with the leadership race, boris johnson tells the daily e—mail he will make violent criminals serve a full jail sentences and will make violent criminals serve a fulljail sentences and search powers. borisjohnson says he will ta ke powers. borisjohnson says he will take a pay cut to become prime minister putting some of his at the cabin proposed shake—up to inheritance rules leaving —— with recommendation to cut seven years gifting roll it down to five. killers who refuse to root reveal the whereabouts of bodies will no longer be eligible for parole after a change in the law. duke and duchess of sussex are urged to lift the secrecy surrounding that christening tomorrow have baby archie. that paper says their own online paul reveals 82% of readers disagreed with the decision to keep
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