BBC today presenter ask Johanna Konta, “So, what are you?” – Sports Headlines 18/07/2017

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BBC today presenter ask Johanna Konta, “So, what are you?” The BBC Today host John Humphrys has asked whether or not GB tennis sensation Johanna Konta – GB Olympic team athlete and UK citizen – is truly British on a programme interview. Konta, a British tennis player became the first British woman to conquer a Wimbledon semifinal since 1978. – The Guardian

Bharat Arun appointed as India’s news bowling coach. Mr Arun will be appointed until the end of 2019. – Cricbuzz

New gym facility in Andover town with Invictus Games IAM, medalist Ben Steele. 100s of workout equipment have been flocked through of the new gym in the town in the beginning of last week. – Andover Advertiser

Manchester United’s new invention, Romelu Lukaku seems to be on his target as Antonio Valencia shown the red card and Man Utd down to 10-man against Real Salt Lake. The final score was Real Salt Lake 1-2 Manchester United. – The Guardian

ICC Women’s World Cup table, 2017

Teams Mat Won Lost Tied NR Pts NRR
England Women 7 6 1 0 0 12 +1.295
Opponent Date Result
India Women 24 Jun Lost by 35 runs
Pakistan Women 27 Jun Won by 107 runs (DLS method)
Sri Lanka Women 02 Jul Won by 7 wkts
South Africa Women 05 Jul Won by 68 runs
Australia Women 09 Jul Won by 3 runs
New Zealand Women 12 Jul Won by 75 runs
West Indies Women 15 Jul Won by 92 runs
South Africa Women 18 Jul
Australia Women 7 6 1 0 0 12 +1.004
Opponent Date Result
West Indies Women 26 Jun Won by 8 wkts
Sri Lanka Women 29 Jun Won by 8 wkts
New Zealand Women 02 Jul Won by 5 wkts
Pakistan Women 05 Jul Won by 159 runs
England Women 09 Jul Lost by 3 runs
India Women 12 Jul Won by 8 wkts
South Africa Women 15 Jul Won by 59 runs
India Women 20 Jul
India Women 7 5 2 0 0 10 +0.669
Opponent Date Result
England Women 24 Jun Won by 35 runs
West Indies Women 29 Jun Won by 7 wkts
Pakistan Women 02 Jul Won by 95 runs
Sri Lanka Women 05 Jul Won by 16 runs
South Africa Women 08 Jul Lost by 115 runs
Australia Women 12 Jul Lost by 8 wkts
New Zealand Women 15 Jul Won by 186 runs
Australia Women 20 Jul
South Africa Women 7 4 2 0 1 9 +1.183
Opponent Date Result
Pakistan Women 25 Jun Won by 3 wkts
New Zealand Women 28 Jun Match abandoned without a ball being bowled (No toss)
West Indies Women 02 Jul Won by 10 wkts
England Women 05 Jul Lost by 68 runs
India Women 08 Jul Won by 115 runs
Sri Lanka Women 12 Jul Won by 8 wkts
Australia Women 15 Jul Lost by 59 runs
England Women 18 Jul
New Zealand Women 7 3 3 0 1 7 +0.309
Opponent Date Result
Sri Lanka Women 24 Jun Won by 9 wkts
South Africa Women 28 Jun Match abandoned without a ball being bowled (No toss)
Australia Women 02 Jul Lost by 5 wkts
West Indies Women 06 Jul Won by 8 wkts
Pakistan Women 08 Jul Won by 8 wkts
England Women 12 Jul Lost by 75 runs
India Women 15 Jul Lost by 186 runs
West Indies Women 7 2 5 0 0 4 -1.522
Opponent Date Result
Australia Women 26 Jun Lost by 8 wkts
India Women 29 Jun Lost by 7 wkts
South Africa Women 02 Jul Lost by 10 wkts
New Zealand Women 06 Jul Lost by 8 wkts
Sri Lanka Women 09 Jul Won by 47 runs
Pakistan Women 11 Jul Won by 19 runs (DLS method)
England Women 15 Jul Lost by 92 runs
Sri Lanka Women 7 1 6 0 0 2 -1.099
Opponent Date Result
New Zealand Women 24 Jun Lost by 9 wkts
Australia Women 29 Jun Lost by 8 wkts
England Women 02 Jul Lost by 7 wkts
India Women 05 Jul Lost by 16 runs
West Indies Women 09 Jul Lost by 47 runs
South Africa Women 12 Jul Lost by 8 wkts
Pakistan Women 15 Jul Won by 15 runs
Pakistan Women 7 0 7 0 0 0 -1.930
Opponent Date Result
South Africa Women 25 Jun Lost by 3 wkts
England Women 27 Jun Lost by 107 runs (DLS method)
India Women 02 Jul Lost by 95 runs
Australia Women 05 Jul Lost by 159 runs
New Zealand Women 08 Jul Lost by 8 wkts
West Indies Women 11 Jul Lost by 19 runs (DLS method)
Sri Lanka Women 15 Jul Lost by 15 runs