Dotun Adebayo with news from at home and abroad. Wimbledon finalist Chris Lewis knows exactly how Andy Murray will be feeling this morning. The New Zealander was beaten in the men's singles final by John McEnroe in 1983. Lewis, who now lives in California where he is a tennis coach, says Murray did everything he could but he was playing against arguably the greatest tennis player of all time. He remembers the moment in 1983 that he stepped out onto centre court on finals day.
The Taliban video the execution of a woman accused of adultery on the outskirts of Kabul - proof that the fundamentatlist Islamists still have some control in and around the Afghan capital.
And Oscar winning Dirty Dozen actor Ernest Borgnine has died at the age of 95. Hollywood film critic and Up All Night contributor Leonard Kilcady pays tribute to the star who also appeared in Marty, The Poseiden Adventure and, more recently, the TV hospital drama series ER.