You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer.Within MILLISECONDS of that Nadal shot edging out, we could no longer see the court from our commentary box fans leapt to their feet.
Sam is hitting very flat and deep and Rafael Nadal can't quite get in to position enough.If Federer breaks this early it could be all over before it's time for the BBC regional news.
Follow the route through the Canyon of Heroes, and stay tuned for updates along the way.CreditCreditHilary Swift for The New York TimesThe celebrations continue Wednesday for the United States women’s soccer team’s World Cup victory with a ticker-tape parade in Lower Manhattan.
CreditCatalina Fragoso/USA Today Sports, via ReutersThe homeland hurrahs begin today for the World Cup champion United States women’s national soccer team as New York hosts a celebratory ticker-tape parade.The 2015 parade for the last Women’s World Cup win cost the city nearly $1.
Tennis|What to Watch Saturday at WimbledonRafael Nadal, Roger Federer and a double dose of Serena Williams and Andy Murray are on the docket.ImageSerena Williams and Andy Murray practicing on Friday for their mixed doubles match Saturday at Wimbledon.
You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer.In other words, Barty is one game from taking the first set and we've only played 20 minutes.
Tennis|What to Watch Friday at WimbledonCori Gauff looks to continue her run, and Andy Murray and Serena Williams team up in mixed doubles.On Centre Court for the third round of Wimbledon, she will face Azarenka, another former No.
Tennis|What to Watch Thursday at WimbledonRoger Federer and Serena Williams are in action, but many eyes will be on Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios.Rafael NadalLast month Nadal won his 12th title at Roland Garros, losing only two sets along the way.
Sports|What to Watch Tuesday at WimbledonAngelique Kerber, the defending women’s singles champion, will be in action, as will Ashleigh Barty, the French Open champion.Zheng, a runner-up in women’s doubles at the French Open this year, enters the tournament ranked 43rd in singles.
Sports|What to Watch Wednesday at WimbledonCori Gauff returns to the court for a second-round match against Magdalena Rybarikova.Verdasco reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon in 2013, but has lost in the first round the past three years.
Sports|What to Watch Monday at WimbledonNovak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka and Venus Williams are among those in action on the first day of the tournament.EasternScores: Men | WomenNovak Djokovic vs.
“I’m happy because Serena is injury free finally,” Mouratoglou said in an interview from Wimbledon on Friday.“I’ve had a good week and a half,” Williams said in a news conference on Saturday.
Soccer|Watching Fans as They Watch the U.Beat France in a Tense World Cup QuarterfinalHere is a timeline of Friday’s match through fan reactions in Paris and Brooklyn.
CreditFocke Strangmann/EPA, via ShutterstockMatteo Berrettini Berrettini, a 6-foot-5 Italian, won the Mercedes Cup in Stuttgart, Germany, on grass two weeks ago by defeating Auger-Aliassime in the final.Roger Federer, who won the tournament, took notice of Berrettini’s rising level of play, saying he was “somebody to watch out for here obviously, but also then at Wimbledon.
WED 19 Jun 2019Women's World Cup - Group DScotland3Argentina2Little (19' minutes), Beattie (49' minutes), Cuthbert (69' minutes)90 minsHT 1-0Menéndez (74' minutes), Bonsegundo (79' minutes)LiveLiveScotland v ArgentinaBBC SportBBC Four & BBC Radio Scotland Got a TV Licence?Posted at 20:4420:44'It looks like a penalty'Scotland 3-2 ArgentinaJulie FleetingFormer Scotland striker on BBC SportsoundQuote Message: It looks like a penalty.
Sports|What to Watch Friday at the French OpenIf the threatening skies show mercy, all four singles semifinals will be played.ImageRoger Federer (above) and Rafael Nadal will meet in the semifinals, their first encounter at the French Open since 2011.
ImageAmanda Anisimova is the youngest player to reach a French Open quarterfinal in 13 years.Anisimova is the youngest player in a French Open quarterfinal in 13 years, but she betrays few nerves.
Sports|What to Watch Monday at the French OpenThe last of the fourth-round matches will determine the slate of quarterfinalists at Roland Garros.The Last Hopes for FranceIt has not been a strong French Open for the home team.
Sports|What to Watch Saturday at the French OpenDay 7 at Roland Garros will feature Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, warmer weather and the end of the third round.Eastern; NBC, noon EasternScoreboard: Men’s singles | Women’s singlesSerena Williams vs.
Sports|What to Watch Today at the French OpenSerena Williams and Naomi Osaka, who struggled in their first-round matches, will be back in action.Kurumi NaraSerena Williams’s second opponent at the French Open will be the 238th-ranked qualifier Kurumi Nara.