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Cameron Norrie's girlfriend snubs Wimbledon celebrations for Rolling Stones gig

British tennis ace Cameron Norrie might have romped his way through to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon - but his girlfriend Louise Jacobi wasn't there for the celebrations British tennis ace Cameron Norrie may have got some satisfaction from his Wimbledon victory charge - but his girlfriend danced straight off to watch the Rolling Stones.

dailystar.co.uk ,  34 minutes ago 0
Cameron Norrie's girlfriend snubs Wimbledon celebrations for Rolling Stones gig

Gregory Grimes: Police name victim of Sacramento nightclub shooting

Aformer high school American football star has been named as the victim of a nightclub shooting in downtown Sacramento. Gregory Grimes, 31, was killed in the shooting which left four others wounded as the club let out patrons at 2am on Monday. Police released very little information about the shooting and asked witnesses to come forward with any additional information and to submit possible video evidence.

standard.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
Gregory Grimes: Police name victim of Sacramento nightclub shooting

Guns N' Roses cancel Glasgow gig over 'illness and medical advice'

The band played a shortened set at two London shows reportedly plagued by issues but have aborted their Glasgow performance altogether. American music legends Guns N’ Roses have cancelled their live performance at Glasgow Green on medical grounds. The rock band said they would be unable to perform in the city due to “illness and medical advice” in an apology to fans over the decision.

news.stv.tv ,  1 hour ago 0
Guns N' Roses cancel Glasgow gig over 'illness and medical advice'

Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios wins in five sets to set up quarter-final showdown with Cristian Garin

Nick Kyrgios battles a shoulder issue to come through his second five-setter at Wimbledon, beating American Brandon Nakashima to move into the quarter-finals; Cristian Garin of Chile up next for the Australian Nick Kyrgios battled past Brandon Nakashima in five sets to reach the Wimbledon quarter-finals but he struggled with a shoulder problem that could jeopardise his chances of going further.

skysports.com ,  1 hour ago 1
Wimbledon: Nick Kyrgios wins in five sets to set up quarter-final showdown with Cristian Garin

Guns N' Roses Glasgow Green cancelled: What happened at the London gigs and is the Glasgow concert going ahead?

The last two concerts by the legendary American rockers have had some issues – and now their only Scottish gig has been cancelled with less than a day’s notice. Long delayed due to the pandemic, Guns N’ Roses fans have been patiently waiting for the band’s show to arrive in Scotland, featuring the ‘classic’ lineup of Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan.

scotsman.com ,  1 hour ago 0
Guns N' Roses Glasgow Green cancelled: What happened at the London gigs and is the Glasgow concert going ahead?

American left baffled to learn facts of life in Britain from free ambulance rides to unlimited sick days

'In America we have to fend for ourselves' An American has been left in awe of the British way of life after finding out that ambulance rides cost nothing and we get unlimited sick day. YouTuber Kalyn, who runs GirlGoneLondon.com, moved to the UK from Florida ten years ago and now produces blogs, videos and online courses about the country.

mylondon.news ,  1 hour ago 7
American left baffled to learn facts of life in Britain from free ambulance rides to unlimited sick days

Wimbledon 2022: Rafael Nadal stays on course with powerful victory over error-prone Botic van de Zandschulp

Rafael Nadal’s quest for a calendar Grand Slam remains on track after he breezed into the Wimbledon quarter-finals with a straight-sets victory over Botic van de Zandschulp. Nadal, who was twice taken to four sets in the opening week of the tournament, needed two hours and 22 minutes to see off the world No25 6-4 6-2 7-6 (8-6), though he might have wrapped things up more swiftly had it not been for an uncharacteristic wobble when serving for the match at 5-3 in the third.

standard.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 9
Wimbledon 2022: Rafael Nadal stays on course with powerful victory over error-prone Botic van de Zandschulp

Dominant Rafael Nadal produces Wimbledon masterclass to reach quarter-finals

The Spaniard had too much for Botic Van de Zandschulp on Centre Court, booking a quarter-final date with Taylor Fritz A dominant Rafael Nadal outclassed Botic Van de Zandschulp to move into the Wimbledon quarter-finals at Wimbledon. The Spaniard, triumphed 6-4, 6-2, 7-6 (8-6) on Centre Court, looks to have found his best on grass in pursuit of the third leg of the Calendar Slam.

independent.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 1
Dominant Rafael Nadal produces Wimbledon masterclass to reach quarter-finals

Conservatism may be in crisis, but the Left doesn’t have any answers

In its abandonment of liberal values, the Left has lost the philosophical basis that once invigorated it The liberal Left continues to lose the culture war. In America, the rout has been resounding, and the reason is simple: having surged ahead in the battle for minority rights, it failed to protect its own flank.

telegraph.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 2
Conservatism may be in crisis, but the Left doesn’t have any answers

Nick Kyrgios in hot water after brazenly breaking Wimbledon rules again

Nick Kyrgios defeated rising American star Brandon Nakashima 4-6 6-4 7-6 3-6 6-2 in the Round of 16 at Wimbledon on Centre Court Nick Kyrgios is to be warned by Wimbledon after wearing red Air Jordans and a baseball cap on Centre Court. But the Aussie, who reached his first Grand Slam quarter-final for over seven years, admitted: “What's that's saying?

mirror.co.uk ,  1 hour ago 0
Nick Kyrgios in hot water after brazenly breaking Wimbledon rules again

'Changing your parts doesn't make you a woman': Macy Gray makes her views on trans issues clear in a no-holds-barred interview with Piers Morgan

Macy Gray made her opinion on trans issues clear on Monday as she sat down with Piers Morgan on his TalkTv show. During the no holds barred interview the singer, 54, also spoke about her recent controversial comments about changing the American flag. She told the host: 'Just because you go and change your parts doesn't make you a woman, sorry.'

dailymail.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 19
'Changing your parts doesn't make you a woman': Macy Gray makes her views on trans issues clear in a no-holds-barred interview with Piers Morgan

Tiger Woods a huge doubt for The Open as hobbling legend forced to use golf buggy between shots at Ireland Pro-Am event

TIGER WOODS’ chances of playing in the Open next week look grim, after he was forced to use a buggy on his return to the game. Woods also hobbled and grimaced as he climbed out of the golf cart to hit each shot at the all-star JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland.

thesun.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 1
Tiger Woods a huge doubt for The Open as hobbling legend forced to use golf buggy between shots at Ireland Pro-Am event

Leeds: Tyler Adams wants Elland Road move

The lowdown The Athletic’s Phil Hay reported on Friday that the RB Leipzig gem features on the Whites’ shortlist of possible Kalvin Phillips replacements. The £15.3m-rated American ‘is expected to move on’ from the Bundesliga outfit during the summer transfer window. On Monday, Phillips sealed his £45m move to Manchester City, potentially triggering an Elland Road swoop for the 23-year-old Leipzig midfielder.

footballtransfertavern.com ,  2 hours ago 0
Leeds: Tyler Adams wants Elland Road move

Nick Kyrgios sends strong five-word message to Wimbledon officials after violating rules

NICK KYRGIOS is in hot water after breaking rules at Wimbledon. Nick Kyrgios told Wimbledon “I do what I want” after marching onto Centre Court in red trainers to book a place in the quarter-finals. His five-set 4-6, 6-4, 7-6, 3-6, 6-2 win against impressive 20-year-old American Brandon Nakashima had all the usual Kyrgios shenanigans - underarm serves, tweeners, medical dramas and rants at the umpire.

express.co.uk ,  2 hours ago 11
Nick Kyrgios sends strong five-word message to Wimbledon officials after violating rules

Simona Halep produces vintage Wimbledon display to stun Paula Badosa

The Romanian will play Amanda Anisimova after the American ended Harmony Tan’s fairytale run at SW19 Former Wimbledon champion Simona Halep shone on Centre Court to ease past fourth seed Spaniard Paula Badosa 6-1 6-2 to advance to the quarter-finals at SW19. A first match on Centre Court since arguably her greatest win over Serena Williams in the 2019 final, the 16th seed was sensational.

independent.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 4
Simona Halep produces vintage Wimbledon display to stun Paula Badosa

Nick Kyrgios: Wimbledon magician or tennis 'disgrace'? Have your say on controversial star

NICK KYRGIOS always gets people talking and it's been no different at Wimbledon 2022... Nick Kyrgios. A talented tennis player who, some may argue, has so far struggled to meet his undeniable potential on the ATP Tour. The charismatic Aussie has consistently divided the sport's fanbase with his controversial on-court antics, memorable outbursts and the record-breaking fines that have followed.

express.co.uk ,  3 hours ago 6
Nick Kyrgios: Wimbledon magician or tennis 'disgrace'? Have your say on controversial star

Miranda Lambert celebrates the Fourth of July with a flirtatious sundress that reveals her long legs

Country music star said ‘these boots are made for walkin’ American country music singer and songwriter Miranda Lambert looks stunning in latest Instagram video showcasing her flirty outfit for the holiday weekend. The American star struts in white cowboy boots and her country-esque blue wrapped midi, repping her brand, Idyllwind.

hellomagazine.com ,  4 hours ago 1
Miranda Lambert celebrates the Fourth of July with a flirtatious sundress that reveals her long legs

'I went to the Hard Rock Cafe in the most touristy area of London on July 4 and it was absolutely rammed for a Monday'

Life Writer Ellen headed to the Hard Rock Cafe in one of the most popular tourist attractions in London - Piccadilly Circus I shouldn’t have been surprised by the crowds swarming around St James’ and Piccadilly when I set off for my quest to the most American place in London - but even for a Monday, I didn’t have to duck and dive through as many people as I usually would’ve done if it were a weekend.

mylondon.news ,  4 hours ago 10
'I went to the Hard Rock Cafe in the most touristy area of London on July 4 and it was absolutely rammed for a Monday'

How to watch ESPN in the UK: our complete guide

There are a few different ways to get access to ESPN here in the UK, and the RadioTimes.com team is on hand to help you find one that suits you. For more great offers on sporting content, take a look at our BT Sport offers and Sky Sports offers guides.

radiotimes.com ,  5 hours ago 1
How to watch ESPN in the UK: our complete guide