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Summary

  1. Latest news from the transfer window
  2. Queen's tennis updates
  3. Updates from the third day of Royal Ascot
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Libby Dawes and Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all for today folks...

    Thanks for joining us today on Sportsday.

    Don't forget you can still watch Daniil Medvedev v Thanasi Kokkinakis live at Queen's here...

    And you won't miss a result at Royal Ascot on our dedicated live page here.

    Later this evening you can follow all the action at the Under 21 Euros where England face hosts Poland - we will have live match commentary on BBC Radio 5 live and online.

    Have a great evening all!

  2. More on Everton's potential new signing, Sandro...

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Sandro Ramirez underwent a medical when he visited Merseyside for talks with Everton before the under-21 Euros began.

    It will take Everton's spending to £60m in the last seven days after the deal for Pickford and the £24m signing of Ajax captain Davy Klaasen.

    Sandro has been a big success at Malaga, emerging as one of La Liga's stand-out young strikers, scoring 16 goals in 31 games.

    Everton manager Ronald Koeman is now expected to pursue his interest in Burnley's England defender Michael Keane and Swansea City midfield man Gylfi Sigurdsson.

    Sandro Ramirez
  3. How do footballers "summer"?

    BBC Three

    Maldives

    After 10 gruelling months of back-to-back league and cup fixtures, the no-doubt exhausted, if well-paid, players of world football have finally got a bit of downtime to relax.

    Whilst eight international teams are competing in this summer’s Confederations Cup in Russia, the rest of the footballing world are off on their jollies until the dreaded thought of pre-season training comes into view.

    So how are football's biggest stars spending their time off?

    Find out which bona fide superstar has made an appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Show in the US...

  4. Big Orange wins epic Gold Cup at Ascot

    Big Orange pipped last year's victor Order of St George in an epic finish to win the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot.

    The 5-1 winner, ridden by James Doyle for trainer Michael Bell, held on for a memorable triumph after a gripping battle in the final furlong.

    Order Of St George, under Ryan Moore, kept on closing but the 5-6 favourite just failed to give trainer Aidan O'Brien an eighth win in the race.

    The 33-1 chance Harbour Law was back in third.

  5. Everton poised to sign Sandro

    Football

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Everton are poised to announce the signing of Malaga's Spain under-21 striker Sandro Ramirez.

    The 21-year-old is currently on duty with Spain in the under-21 European Championships in Poland and was on target in their 3-1 win over Portugal.

    Everton, as they did when completing a £30m deal for England under-21 goalkeeper Jordan Pickford from Sunderland, are understood to have completed the formalities during the tournament and confirmation of the transfer is imminent.

    Sandro will cost Everton £5.2m, the release clause figure he had inserted in his contract when he moved to Malaga from Barcelona on a free transfer last summer.

    More on this in a mo...

    Sandro Ramirez.
  6. Queen's: Medvedev cruising against Kokkinakis

    Medvedev 6-2, 0-0 Kokkinakis

    Daniil Medvedev made that look all too easy to take the opening set 6-2 against the Greek/Australian Thanasi Kokkinakis.

    He appears to be chatting to himself between points in the opening game of the second set... Is he able to talk himself back into this match?

    You can watch and find out here.

  7. Big Orange wins Gold Cup at Ascot

    16:20 result

    1 Big Orange 5-1

    2 Order Of St George 5-6 Fav

    3 Harbour Law 33-1

    14 ran

    Also: 50-1 She Is No Lady 4th

  8. Royal Ascot - Gold Cup countdown

    16:20 BST - Commentary, BBC Radio 5 live

    Cornelius Lysaght

    BBC horse racing correspondent at Ascot

    Now that the Aidan O'Brien Royal Ascot 2017 bandwagon is rolling, there will be a groundswell of support around Order Of St George, to be ridden by Ryan Moore, in the Gold Cup (16:20 BST).

    Like so many horses trained by O'Brien for the Coolmore operation, this is a son of super stallion Galileo and really impressed this day 12 months ago.

    However, he also came to Ascot last autumn and finished fourth. All three horses in front of him that day are due here this afternoon as is the redoubtable stayer Big Orange, plus Torcedor who defeated Big Orange at home in Ireland in April.

    You can check out the card for the big race on the BBC Sport website, with commentary on BBC Radio 5 live.

  9. Post update

    David Beckham looks like he is truly enjoying his retirement but how do current players spend their summer off?

    Find out after the 16:20 at Royal Ascot...

  10. Father/Son day out...

    Tennis

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    "Lovely day with the little man at Queen's"

    David Beckham and second son Romeo, who rumour has it is a cracking tennis player, are enjoying a bit of tennis at the Aegon Championships today...

  11. Chillin' at Royal Ascot

    While some of us are hard at work, others are enjoying a lazy afternoon on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot..

    Ascot racegoers
    Ascot racegoer
  12. Pyeongchang 2018: Team GB curling teams announced

    Winter Sports: Curling

    Curling

    It's a family affair for the Muirheads as the first Team GB athletes selected for the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games are announced.

    #LoveCurling

    The Sochi 2014 bronze medallists return with Eve Muirhead accompanied by Anna Sloan and Vicki Adams. Lauren Gray is the only first time Olympian having joined the team at the start of the 2016-17 season but Kelly Schafer, who has appeared at two Games previously, completes the line-up as the alternate.

    The men's side: 'Team Smith' demonstrated their burgeoning potential on tour in Canada this year becoming the first British men’s team ever to reach a Grand Slam final (in Cranbrook). The whole team will be making their Olympic debut in Pyeongchang.

    Team Smith also won a three-way battle for selection against the rinks of Sochi Olympic silver medallist David Murdoch and that of Tom Brewster (who was actually the alternate in Murdoch's rink at Sochi - so an Olympic silver medallist himself.)

    The full team are: Kyle Smith, Thomas Muirhead (little bro of Eve), Kyle Waddell, Cammy Smith, Glen Muirhead (big brother of Eve)...

  13. Dramatic win for Coronet at Ascot

    Coronet swooped late under Olivier Peslier to win the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot for trainer John Gosden.

    The Sky Is Blazing had blazed a trail, opening a big lead early in the race, but his rivals pounced in the closing stages.

    Hertford Dancer, who finished third, mounted a challenge before favourite Mori looked set to be the first offspring of legendary racehorse Frankel to win at the meeting

    But he came second after being overhauled by the grey Coronet (9-1).

    The grey Coronet wins at Ascot
  14. Bit more tennis?

    Take a short break to watch five of the best shots as number four seed Marin Cilic eases pasts American Stefan Kozlov...

    Smooth as you like.

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    Video caption: Queen's 2017: Five best shots as Cilic eases past Kozlov
  15. Queen's: Querrey advances to quarter finals

    Tennis

    Sam Querry

    He managed to take a set off him but Sam Querrey was eventually too good for Jordan Thompson. The final score: 7-6, 3-6, 6-3.

    "It was a long match for grass and the conditions were tricky" said Querrey after two hours and eleven minutes on court.

    "It was windy and Jordan is tough. I knew he was confident coming off that win against Andy (Murray) but Queen's is one of my favourite places to come.

    "The week doesn't get easier. I have Gilles Muller next and it's never fun to play a lefty!"

    Up next on court is Daniil Medvedev of Russia against the young Aussie, Thanasi Kokkinakis. Watch here.

  16. Coronet wins at Royal Ascot

    Ribblesdale Stakes

    15:40 result

    1 Coronet 9-1

    2 Mori 2-1 Fav

    3 Hertford Dancer 16-1

    12 ran

    Also: 40-1 Rich Legacy 4th

  17. England 'have grown in confidence'

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    England Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd hopes the heated exchange that transformed their fortunes against Slovakia on Monday "proves to be a turning point" when they face Poland later (19:45 BST).

    Trailing 1-0 at half-time, England were facing an early exit from the European Championship but rallied to win 2-1.

    A win against the hosts will send England into the last four.

    Boothroyd said: "There was a lot of angst in the dressing room but we have grown in confidence since that moment."

    Only the winners of each of the three groups in Poland are guaranteed to qualify for the semi-finals, where they will be joined by the runners-up with the best record.

    Three points against Poland would guarantee that Boothroyd's side will go through to play in a semi-final in Tychy on Tuesday, 27 June.

  18. BreakingIreland & Afghanistan awarded Test status

    Cricket

    Ireland

    Ireland and Afghanistan have been granted Test status by the International Cricket Council.

    It increases the number of countries competing at the top level of international cricket to 12.

    They are the first admissions since Bangladesh gained Test status in 2000.

  19. Post update

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  20. O'Brien again at Ascot?

    Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien won the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot with Even Song last year and bids to follow up with Alluringly this time (15:40 BST).

    Mori, a son of the legendary racehorse Frankel, represents Sir Michael Stoute who needs one more winner to become the meeting's all-time leading trainer.

    You can check out the racecard on the BBC Sport website, with commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

    Aidan O'Brien