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The 2018 Wimbledon final features Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic , a three time Wimbledon champion, facing off with Kevin Anderson , a South African veteran in his second career Grand Slam final. The 33-year-old American´s composure wasn´t helped by a delay caused by a ball boy slipping and falling. The matches that came down to tiebreaks would be nail-biting.
  • Serena Williams wins, will go for Grand Slam No

    Serena Williams wins, will go for Grand Slam No

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    Kerber, a finalist at Wimbledon just two years ago, and a two-time Slam victor, should be a much tougher test. Serena had not faced another seeded player in this tournament until Goerges. That's a revealing confession from a player who has appeared as mentally unflappable as any other woman in this tournament. After a barren six-year spell marred by Wimbledon final defeats against Venus and Maria Sharapova, it was Serena's time to regain her throne.
  • Anderson beats Isner in record-breaking six-hour semi-final

    Anderson beats Isner in record-breaking six-hour semi-final

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    As a result, where wasn't much aesthetics involved and the longest rally during the whole match was nine shots but both men had their moments of brilliance, with Anderson impressing with some of his backhand winners. "I agree with Kevin. I personally think a sensible option would be 12-All", said Isner who was bidding to reach his first Slam final at the 41st attempt.
  • Serena Williams plays down Wimbledon title talk despite record run

    Serena Williams plays down Wimbledon title talk despite record run

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    The 26-year-old, who was contemplating retirement last year after losing her enthusiasm for the sport, was the first Dutch woman to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals since Michaella Krajicek in 2007. "I would hope she doesn't", she said. She's the only former champion left in the field and has a 9-1 record in semifinals at the All England Club. She advanced Monday with a 6-3, 7-6 (5) victory over Belinda Bencic and will next face Daria Kasatkina of Russian Federation.
  • Wimbledon 2018, Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal Semi-final

    Wimbledon 2018, Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal Semi-final

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    The 32-year-old Montjane who received a wildcard entry is into the semifinals of her draw and she'll face the number one seed on Friday. "If I want to beat him, I have to come to the net very often and play hard with my forehands, with my backhands".
  • Former Sussex schooolboy suffers World Cup semi-final heartbreak

    Former Sussex schooolboy suffers World Cup semi-final heartbreak

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    Chris Chang leads 1 NEWS' football buffs in breaking down what's ahead in the France-Croatia final. Both had already qualified for the round of 16 when Belgium beat England 1-0 in the last game of the group stage on Adnan Januzaj's curling shot in a game likened to a friendly thanks to 17 lineup changes.
  • ‘Stable genius’ Trump touches down in UK

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    I don't know (if) that is what they voted for", he added. At a news conference , Trump said the United States could withdraw from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and go it alone, if necessary, although he said that likely won't be needed.
  • Conte takes Chelsea training amid doubts over future

    Conte takes Chelsea training amid doubts over future

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    I can understand if the player prefers to live in London than in Manchester, and if Chelsea pays him more I can understand that too. "We are in the finishing line", said Aurelio de Laurentiis . Chelsea could well find themselves stuck with unwanted manager Antonio Conte for the forthcoming 2018/19 season as a result of the ongoing contractual difficulties of replacing him.
  • How the British media reacted to England's World Cup exit

    How the British media reacted to England's World Cup exit

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    However, hope turned to despair as Croatia equalised through Ivan Perisic in the 69th minute. Jubilant Croatian fans honked their vehicle horns and let off fireworks while England fans sobbed and looked to the future with confidence after Mario Mandzukic's extra-time victor took Croatia to its first World Cup final .
  • Scotland Secretary says Trump's visit to country will help 'strengthen vital links'

    Scotland Secretary says Trump's visit to country will help 'strengthen vital links'

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    When asked about Trump's remarks, May said in Brussels: "What we are doing is delivering on the vote of the British people. that's what our proposal does". Her London engagement is expected to take place at the same time as Mr Trump is due with meet with Mrs May at a secret location outside of London to see "cutting edge" military hardware used by American and British special forces.
  • Silverstone proves a pain in the neck for Vettel

    Silverstone proves a pain in the neck for Vettel

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    Hamilton recovered to second, aided by Mercedes decision not to pit him for fresh tyres under a safety auto to gain track position, but looked tense alongside Raikkonen while the top three waited to go onto the podium post-race. Raikkonen's 10-second penalty for his collision with Hamilton on the first lap again raised the question about the consistency of penalties in the sport.
  • NFL’s supplemental draft passes quietly for inactive Chiefs

    NFL’s supplemental draft passes quietly for inactive Chiefs

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    But Alexander also had seven INTs in three college seasons, which were sprinkled with a few great highlights. There is simply nothing bad that jumps out at you about him. The Redskins drafted Adonis Alexander in the sixth-round of the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft and they needed to open up a roster spot to keep him.
  • Profile of World Cup finalists Croatia

    Profile of World Cup finalists Croatia

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    Just the small matter of a game in which Croatia stand between Southgate and his ambition of matching Sir Alf Ramsey's feat of taking England to the World Cup final. If England is to advance, it will have to get through Croatia, which has its own history of World Cup futility. "We were really comfortable in the game", said England defender Harry Maguire , who twice rose highest at corners in the first 15 minutes to send headers wide of Croatia's goal.
  • Croatia were lions, says scorer Mario Mandzukic

    Croatia were lions, says scorer Mario Mandzukic

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    The Croats never give in, prevailing in a shootout against Denmark, again on penalties against Russian Federation - after being stung by a late equalizer - and then recovering from conceding early against England . Umtiti played his part in a strong defensive effort by the French, too, helping to shut out the highest-scoring team at the tournament and leaving Belgium's golden generation of Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku to regret another missed opportunity at a major ...
  • Novak Djokovic reacts to Wimbledon relegating Roger Federer 1 before shock exit

    Novak Djokovic reacts to Wimbledon relegating Roger Federer 1 before shock exit

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    Roger Federer's quest for a ninth Wimbledon title came to an end Wednesday at the hands of South Africa's Kevin Anderson , who rallied from two sets down to defeat Federer in the quarterfinals 2-6, 6-7 (5), 7-5, 6-4, 13-11. "I didn't see it coming", Federer said. The two traded winning the first 22 games in the fifth set, before Anderson broke Federer's serve and took a 12-11 lead in a match that exceeded four hours.
  • England V. Croatia, Winner Will Play France

    England V. Croatia, Winner Will Play France

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    England too left Italy 28 years ago feeling that the team featuring Gary Lineker and Paul Gascoigne could have gone all the way. This shows character and is what makes me proud. "This was the dream, we could've made it, we could have done it". He has, however, noted the set-piece threat posed by Gareth Southgate's men. At that stage the victory was still up in the air, and Schofield tweeted: "What will we do @thismorning".
  • Croatia beats England 2-1, to meet France in final

    Croatia beats England 2-1, to meet France in final

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    Both teams scored during overtime while Luka Modric punctuated the win by scoring on his penalty kick attempt. England last won the World Cup in 1996. Belgium v England , World Cup third-place play-off, July 14. "There is still a lot to play". Television personality James Corden tried to put a positive slant on the defeat and said that "One day".
  • Tottenham Hotspur's Dele Alli reflects on his journey to semi-final

    Tottenham Hotspur's Dele Alli reflects on his journey to semi-final

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    Now in its 29th year, the Willen World Cup is recognised as the leading tournament in the area for children from under 7s to under 16's and attracts clubs from across Herts, Beds, Bucks and Northants. "I'm just very excited and going back to France Thursday, and hopefully we can win Sunday and celebrate". On his eccentricities, Alli added: "I have a lot of superstitions.
  • Mario Mandzukic: Croatia have what it takes to surprise England keeper Pickford

    Mario Mandzukic: Croatia have what it takes to surprise England keeper Pickford

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    Croatia goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was a shootout hero for a second consecutive match after persevering through an apparent hamstring injury he picked up in the second half. They will capitalize on that to see off the 1966 World Cup winners. Coach of Russia's national soccer team Stanislav Cherchesov waves to the crowd during a meeting with supporters at the FIFA Fan Fest in Moscow, a host city for the 2018 FIFA World Cup , Russia July 8, 2018.
  • Roger Federer Exits Wimbledon After a Nail-Biting Match Against Kevin Anderson

    Roger Federer Exits Wimbledon After a Nail-Biting Match Against Kevin Anderson

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    Continuing with the conversation, the right-hand batsman agreed to give the twenty times Grand Slam champion some "straight drive" lessons in exchange of "backhand" tips. The final set lasted 90 minutes, and it was captivating stuff. Fans of Switzerland's Roger Federer cheer during the fifth set of his men's quarterfinals match against Kevin Anderson of South Africa at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London , Wednesday July 11, 2018.
  • Twitter reacts to Anderson's epic victory over Federer

    Twitter reacts to Anderson's epic victory over Federer

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    But Anderson held his nerve to level up and then produced a remarkable surge in form to take Federer deep into the fifth set. Back to deuce. From there, it all began to change. His consistency, the way he plays such great tennis week in and week out. The eighth seed though will be confident, given the way he has performed in major tournaments in the recent past - a run that includes US Open 2017 runner-up finish.
  • Remember Gareth Southgate In This Pizza Hut Advert?

    Remember Gareth Southgate In This Pizza Hut Advert?

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    Robert Prosinecki, a member of the 1998 squad, said: "I would so much like that they be better than us". Just three epic games to play (and one "well we may as well while we're here" encounter) - until Russian Federation 2018 announces its ultimate victor; Vladimir Putin, aside.
  • Beyonce, Jay-Z to show World Cup final before Paris gig

    Beyonce, Jay-Z to show World Cup final before Paris gig

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    France and Mbappe meet De Bruyne and his worldwide colleagues in Tuesday's World Cup semi-final in St Petersburg , with the teenage forward having sprung to prominence 18 months ago after breaking into Monaco's first team. Belgium celebrates after their 2018 Fifa World Cup victory over Brazil on 6 July 2018. We'll look at them all after Sunday [the final]. Asked whether being knocked out of the World Cup represented the last chance for a talented group of players who have promised ...
  • Ronaldo signs for Juventus from Real Madrid

    Ronaldo signs for Juventus from Real Madrid

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    He also has a nice smile. Following reports that some of Ronaldo's fees will be paid by Juventus' parent company Exor, which also owns Fiat and Ferrari, the Unione Sindacale di Base chose to move forward in favor of a strike at FCA Melfi, said to last between July 15, and July 17.
  • Serena survives scare to make 11th Wimbledon semi-final

    Serena survives scare to make 11th Wimbledon semi-final

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    Seven-time champion Serena Williams advanced to the Wimbledon semifinals with a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 victory over Camila Giorgi of Italy. In March, she lost in the first round of the Miami Open to Naomi Osaka, leading to a hasty exit in which she bypassed a postmatch media session.
  • Rohit Sharma's Ton, Hardik Pandya's Four-Wicket Haul Powers India to Victory

    Rohit Sharma's Ton, Hardik Pandya's Four-Wicket Haul Powers India to Victory

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    MS Dhoni Becomes First Wicketkeeper to Take Five Catches in a T20I Match . Dhawan scored just 19 runs in three games. 6 - England has won all the six bilateral ODI series they have played at home since the start of 2016. Suresh Raina was the third-highest scorer in India's line-up on Friday, and has probably done enough to deny Dinesh Karthik and newcomer Krunal Pandya a chance in the T20Is.
  • France eye World Cup final but Belgium have Henry factor

    France eye World Cup final but Belgium have Henry factor

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    He's had a fantastic World Cup so far. While midfield battles could be where this semi-final is won and lost, England are once again concentrating on what they can control. "It will be freaky to have him up against us", said France striker Olivier Giroud. Up in the corporate seats, French President Emmanuel Macron reacted to the goal by shaking the hand of King Philippe of Belgium as Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino watched on between them.
  • Brian Cashman signs letter endorsing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

    Brian Cashman signs letter endorsing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

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    But she also noted that the judge has faced criticism from some conservatives who are concerned by his previous rulings on the Affordable Care Act . Sens. Joe Donnelly of Indiana, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota have all been floated as possible "yes" votes for Kavanaugh, but on Tuesday, they were just as mum as their moderate colleagues on the other side of the aisle.
  • And is now forecasting a Belgium-England final

    And is now forecasting a Belgium-England final

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    England did not have an overly hard route to the semi-final but they have overcome every obstacle they faced with some solid performances. The head coach also stated that the success of his team was not expected by many people. The penalty shootout win against hosts Russian Federation in the quarter-finals on Sunday seems to have gone a long way towards achieving that. "I've got a amusing feeling that the momentum is so good, and, you know, especially now that we're all going to turn up ...
  • The best Twitter reaction as Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid for Juventus

    The best Twitter reaction as Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Real Madrid for Juventus

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    There was little left for Ronaldo, Real's all-time record goalscorer with 450, to prove in Madrid . Patrice Evra has urged Cristiano Ronaldo to snub a return to Manchester United and instead move to Juventus this summer. "I ask everyone, and especially our followers, to understand that." he added . Ronaldo, a five-time victor of the FIFA Ballon d'Or as the world's best player, scored a team-record 451 goals in 438 games for Real Madrid since 2009 and helped lead the La Liga ...
  • Brazil fans greet team after knockout

    Brazil fans greet team after knockout

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    But we will be ready because we have an extremely good state of mind, and it is the semi-finals in the World Cup . "We've been able to win in both roles". The side that knocks Brazil out of a World Cup may not always get the credit they deserve. Neymar was responsible for just one of Brazil's nine shots on target as they crashed out against Belgium, leaving him with just two goals to show for his efforts in Russian Federation.
  • Gareth Southgate forced England to face up to Iceland debacle

    Gareth Southgate forced England to face up to Iceland debacle

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    They've lined up in freaky formations to confuse their markers - like against Colombia in the round of 16 where four players stood in a row before splintering off. Former Germany national team star and coach Jurgen Klinsmann hopes England will win the World Cup in Russian Federation and says they must just keep on with what they have been doing well in the tournament so far ahead of Wednesday's semifinal with Croatia .
  • Trump announces Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court pick

    Trump announces Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court pick

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    The letter addresses the controversy surrounding the nomination after McConnell's Senate refused to vote on outgoing President Barack Obama nominee Merrick Garland in 2016 which allowed Trump to instill right-leaning Neil Gorsuch to the high court when he took office.
  • How to Watch France vs Belgium

    How to Watch France vs Belgium

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    Who will come out on top? Cunha disallowed a goal by Iran's Saeid Ezatolahi after an assistant referee and the video assistant signaled the player was offside. Central to their success in this tournament has been their tactical flexibility, and Martinez may change the formation again to a 4-4-2 to cover for the suspension of wing-back Thomas Meunier.
  • Cherchesov: Russians now value their national team

    Cherchesov: Russians now value their national team

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    The national team's unexpected run to the quarterfinals sparked a surge of support from fans who had been mostly indifferent before the World Cup started. "We expect the president to attend the closing match", he said. "He did root for our team", Peskov said in a conversation with reporters. "We have been briefed in detail about them and how they play, and I know them personally".
  • Guitar man Kevin Anderson wants rhythm not blues against Roger Federer

    Guitar man Kevin Anderson wants rhythm not blues against Roger Federer

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    Monday's win took Nadal, 32, into a 35th Grand Slam quarter-final. "I expect the final of 2008 - a Federer-Nadal final, I think that's what everybody is hoping for globally", Rusedski said. "I'm more concerned the World Cup final will have issues because the Wimbledon final is going on", said the eight-time champion after seeing off France's Adrian Mannarino in straight sets on Monday.