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And congratulations to Garbine Muguruza,
who won her first Wimbledon trophy yesterday, beating five-time
The first set was very close but in the last set Garbine
The 23-year-old from Spain won the French Open last year.
But since then hadn't made it into the final
She said it was "amazing" to beat Venus, who was her role model
I had the hardest match to day. Venus is such an incredible player.
I grew up watching her play so is great to play her the final.
In the Wheelchair Tennis, Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett
defended their men's doubles Wimbledon title with a two sets
to one win over Nicolas Peifer and Stephane Houdet of France.
The British pair were a set down when rain stopped
They raced into a 5-1 lead when the match restarted.
It was a tough game, their opponents where actually the favourites.
But they worked well together to get the win
And it is the men's singles final later on today.
Roger Federer will face Marin Chilic on centre court this afternoon.
Federer is hoping for a record breaking eighth Wimbledon title.
So what do kids at Wimbledon think of his chances?
is still incredible. I am not sure but I think you'll be a close match.
I think Federer might win in straight sets. They are both really
aggressive and they are just the top players. So it is just going to be a
great atmosphere. Great Britain won nine medals,
five of them gold, on day two of the World Para-athletics
Championships in London. Big names such as Sammi Kinghorn,
Sophie Hahn and Stef Reid all won But the big moment
belonged to this man. Paralympic Champion
Richard Whitehead. The Marathon Man, as he's known,
defended his T42 200m World title. Now making him a four-time
world champion And listen up if you're
a Doctor Who fan, because later on today we'll find out who the next
Doctor will be. Peter Capaldi has been in the role
since 2013, as the 13th Doctor. But this time people
are wondering if the new time The big announcement
will come after the Wimbledon And finally to a sport where you're
guaranteed to get messy. 4,000 people have taken part
the annual Shanghai Mud Run. You can crawl through it,
jump into it, even go I bet everybody needs
a good bath afterwards.