UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to ramp up coronavirus testing and ensure more protection for NHS staff. Universal Credit applications have soared, with almost one million applications in the last two weeks. UN Climate Talks have been postponed to 2021 due to the outbreak and Wimbledon has been cancelled.
It's the latest sporting event to be called off to slow the spread of Covid-19.
Tennis fans and anyone with tastebuds – avoid! Never was a double fault served up more brutally.
Thousands of jolly good sports wait patiently to see the likes of Roger Federer and Johanna Konta play up close.
It's game, set and match as the titles are resigned to history 🎾
Gauff served up the perfect excuse for playing hooky from school as she caused one of the biggest shocks in Wimbledon history by beating Venus Williams. The 15-year-old American is the youngest woman to qualify for the tournament in the Open era but she played like a veteran, delivering a superb 6-4 6-4 victory. Williams won two of her five Wimbledon singles titles before Gauff was born and this is only the second time she has been beaten in the first round since her debut in 1997.
The American teenager, nicknamed Coco, shocked the world on day one of the tournament.
American was already the youngest woman to qualify for the tournament in the Open era.