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  1. Johanna Konta knocked out of Aegon Classic in second round
  2. Briton loses 6-1 6-3 in 64 minutes to American Coco Vandeweghe
  3. Feliciano Lopez (Spa) beats Jeremy Chardy (Fra) at 6-1 7-6 at Queen's Club
  4. Marin Cilic (Cro) beats Stefan Kozlov (US) 6-0 6-4
  5. Sam Querrey (US) wins 7-6 (7-3) 3-6 6-3 against Jordan Thompson (Aus)
  6. Daniil Medvedev (Rus) beats Thanasi Kokkinakis (Aus) 6-2 6-2

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By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

That's me done for today. There's a report on today's action over here.

Join us tomorrow where we'll be streaming all the action from Queen's, as well as updates on the best matches from Birmingham. In a bit!

That was magnificent from Coco Vandeweghe - power, accuracy, determination, and Johanna Konta barely got a look in. She'll face Garbine Muguruza in the quarter-finals.

Coco Vandeweghe: "I was ready to go from the start and that's what you want, to be firing and moving well. I felt that way today.

"I was making her earn every service game, that was my focus. I think it finally started to wear into that second set and that's what got me the break.

"I was particularly happy with how I competed. I think that's the most important thing."

On being coached by Pat Cash: "He finally showed up! I had to get him down from commentating from Queen's. For the US Open, we're going to give it a try and see how it goes. Maybe I'll get one of those headbands at the end of the experience."

Game, set and match - Vandeweghe

Vandeweghe 6-1 6-3 Konta

Yes she can! It's taken just 64 minutes for Coco Vandeweghe to send Johanna Konta out of the Aegon Classic at Birmingham.

Johanna Konta
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Match point

*Vandeweghe 6-1 5-3 Konta

A sardonic laugh from Konta as a call from the umpire goes against her, putting Vandeweghe on the board at 15-30.

That's match point for Vandeweghe, Konta's annoyance getting the better of her. Can she seal it?

Vandeweghe 6-1 5-3 Konta*

Here we go. Johanna Konta is serving to stay in the match, and avoid a second round exit at Birmingham.

Vandeweghe 6-1 5-3 Konta*

A shake of the head from Konta as she nets a regulation forehand. That shot just hasn't clicked for her today.

Konta saves one of three game points as she picks up a shot early from right on the baseline, but Vandeweghe seals it with a gloriously backhand drop shot. That was magnificent - the ball just floated into the air and dropped so short. Konta never had a chance of getting to that.

Johanna Konta of Great Britain
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*Vandeweghe 6-1 4-3 Konta

Konta has never gone beyond the second round at Birmingham. She's staring at the floor, steely eyed, as the umpire calls time. It'll be the American to serve.

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Vandeweghe breaks

*Vandeweghe 6-1 4-3 Konta

Konta goes wide with her serve, sending Vandeweghe sprawling to return it, but Vandweghe claws it back to deuce as she forces Konta to net.

Now it's advantage Vandweghe and she wraps up the game with a fine backhand down the line! Up and over as Konta came darting to the net, and the first break of the second set goes to the American.


Vandeweghe 6-1 3-3 Konta*

Down the line from Konta with the serve and all Vandeweghe can do is shank the ball out of play twice in a row.

There's a fist pump from Vandeweghe as she plonks a delicate little forehand over the net with Konta still hovering at the baseline. And that's a stonker of a winner from the American to bring up break point, which Konta instantly cancels out with an ace!

Jamie Murray keeps British hopes alive

Piers Newbery

BBC Sport at Queen's Club

Some late news from day four at Queen’s Club, where Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares have made it through to the semi-finals of the doubles. The British-Brazilian pairing kept the Court Two crowd entertained with a 7-6 (7-1) 4-6 10-6 win over American Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus of New Zealand.

Murray and Soares will face Marin Cilic and Marcin Matkowski in the semis.

Vandeweghe 6-1 3-3 Konta*

The rhythm that Vandeweghe had on serve in the first set has just been disrupted a tad, but she keeps targeting Konta's backhand to set up the forehand winner.

Big serve, Konta backhand into the net, and Vandweghe holds. That was this game encapsulated in two shots.

*Vandeweghe 6-1 2-3 Konta

Better from Konta again - she's using that body serve to good effect, twice forcing Vandeweghe to miscue, and she races to a 40-0 lead.

A dinky drop shot doesn't go Konta's way but an ace tidies up the game, which brings out a polite round of applause from coach Wim Fissette.

Johanna Konta

Chris Jones

Tennis writer in Birmingham

Vandeweghe is making errors now which she wasn't in the first set.

That must be encouraging for Konta and she should capitalise on that by making sure she gets the ball back into play but I haven't seen enough consistent ground stokes from her today.

Vandeweghe 6-1 2-2 Konta*

A ballooning forehand goes long from Konta - that's not the first time she's done that - but now the errors are coming from Vandeweghe as she backhands into the tramlines.

That's a fine forehand from Vandeweghe though, spinning and bouncing well beyond Konta, and the American wraps up the game with another cracking serve.

Johanna Konta

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*Vandeweghe 6-1 1-2 Konta

Konta's first serve clicks for the first time as she hammers down an ace, before Vandeweghe slices a backhand long.

The Brit looks slightly happier with things now. As do the crowd, who applaud her back to her chair.


Vandeweghe 6-1 1-1 Konta*

That's better from Konta, controlling the rally from the baseline and drawing the error out of Vandeweghe, who slaps a forehand long.

A good serve, too, a bit of extra oomph that surprises Vandeweghe, but Konta backhands into the net to bring up deuce.

Chris Jones

Tennis writer Chris Jones in Birmingham

It sounded like Konta wanted the coach to arrange her transport home. She was so negative talking to her coach at the end of that first set.

She said she wasn't getting any feel in her game but she needs to find it pretty quickly or this match will be over.

Vandeweghe 6-1 1-1 Konta*

Probably the longest rally of the match goes Vandweghe's way, despite Konta being in control, the American battering a forehand beyond her.

Konta's trying to match Vandeweghe for power, but her forehand is long, before fizzing down a 110mph ace.

Azarenka's Mallorca march ends

Meanwhile, in sunny Espana, Victoria Azarenka's return from a year out after the birth of her son has come to an end.

The former world number one - who gave birth to Leo in December - made her first appearance since June 2016 on Tuesday, beating Japan's Risa Ozaki 6-3 4-6 7-6 (9-7).

However, Ana Konjuh proved too much to contend with today, with the big hitting Croat registering a speedy 6-1 6-3 victory over Azarenka.


*Vandeweghe 6-1 0-1 Konta

Pat Cash has got a decent poker face, his arms folded as Konta grabs two game points early up.

Ooh, double fault from Konta! Messy from the Brit, hitting the net in almost exactly the same place, but she wraps up the game with a cross court winner.

Vandeweghe 6-1 Konta*

Konta won just 11 points in that set to Vandeweghe's 28. What's this second set got in store? It'll be Konta to serve.

Chris Jones

Tennis writer Chris Jones in Birmingham

You would assume Vandeweghe was the world number seven and Konta was the one seeking to get into the top 20 but that's the body language and the confidence being shown by Konta's opponent.

Vandeweghe 6-1 Konta

Johanna Konta's coach Wim Fissette comes darting over as she admits that she's lost her rhythm. He tells her to get her game plan clear and to be strong. Konta says there's very few balls that she's felt she's able to step into to. She doesn't look happy.

Game and first set - Vandeweghe

Vandeweghe 6-1 Konta

A double fault saves one set point as Coco Vandeweghe shanks her serve, but she doesn't make the same mistake twice!

It's taken Coco Vandeweghe just 24 minutes to claim the first set. A brilliantly aggressive start from the American.

*Vandeweghe 5-1 Konta

Right, here's Coco Vandeweghe, serving for the set, bouncing the ball sharply before whizzing a serve beyond Konta.

Three set points now for Vandeweghe as Konta's forehand goes long yet again...


*Vandeweghe 5-1 Konta

Konta's unhappiness is fairly evident. Her shoulders are down, a flicker of annoyance as she hammers down a good body serve.

There's no let up from Vandeweghe but Konta recovers with a good serve down the line before drawing the error out of the American's backhand for game point. And she gets a sympathetic round of applause from the crowd as Vandeweghe nets!

Vandeweghe 5-0 Konta*

These two players have never met on grass before and haven't faced each other for five years. However, it was Konta who came out on top in their previous two meetings, first beating Vandeweghe on clay in Florida in 2010 and again on hard court at Rancho Santa Fe two years later.

It's not going to plan for Konta just yet, which is mostly down to the pure speed and power that Vandeweghe is sending her way.

Johanna Konta

Vandeweghe 5-0 Konta*

Stonking stuff from Vandeweghe, a little dart forward and another forehand comes firing past Konta before she has time to stick an arm out.

Bam, there's the ace. Konta goes after the next one with a forehand but it's slightly off, the ball spearing just long, and Vandeweghe tidies the game up with a forehand winner.

Chris Jones

Tennis writer Chris Jones in Birmingham

Pat Cash has seen all these other Grand Slam champions coaching players and he's taken on the challenge himself with Coco Vandeweghe.

You know he'll be great value because he's one of the great enthusiasts. He'd love to be on court still because he loves this game so much.

Vandeweghe breaks again

*Vandeweghe 4-0 Konta

Konta glances up to her box as she slices a backhand into her net. The shots are coming back to her with such fizz on them that she's not quite sure how to handle it.

A double fault, and now she's 0-40 down! And Vandeweghe gets yet another break as she goes down the line with a backhand! What a start from the American.

Vandeweghe 3-0 Konta*

There's been some strong hitting on show so far from Coco Vandeweghe, outmuscling Konta in these opening stages. What's the Brit got up her sleeve?

Federer makes top four for Wimbledon

Piers Newbery

BBC Sport at Queen's Club

The top names might have made an early exit at Queen's Club, but Roger Federer is still going strong in Halle - and boosting his Wimbledon hopes along the way.

The Swiss has beaten Mischa Zvererv 7-6 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals in Germany, and guarantee a top-four seeding at the All England Club. That means he avoids a possible quarter-final against Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal. Something they will probably all be happy about.

Roger Federer
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Vandeweghe 3-0 Konta*

What a shot that is! Konta goes down the line and Vandeweghe is on it like a flash, slapping a forehand right into the corner of the court to bring up 30-0.

Konta comes up to the net, momentarily throwing the American off, but a forehand comes firing down the line as Vandeweghe holds.

Russell Fuller

BBC tennis correspondent in Birmingham

Vandeweghe has had a curious year after her success at the Australian Open but she's the world number 30 and we know she's a dangerous opponent on grass.

Vandeweghe breaks early

*Vandeweghe 2-0 Konta

A powerful forehand from the American and Konta can only spear it into the net, which brings up a break point, but Vandeweghe spears her backhand into the net.

This is strong stuff from Vandeweghe. She gives the ball plenty of oomph and Konta hasn't quite got the rhythm yet. And she's been broken in her first service game as a loopy forehand goes long!

Vandeweghe 1-0 Konta*

It's all hammer and tongs from Konta, a serve bouncing on the line with pinpoint accuracy, but there's too much fizz on a forehand that brings up 30-30.

That's a cracking serve though, Vandeweghe stretching full tilt to meet it, but Konta misses her forehand. Deuce.

Russell Fuller

BBC tennis correspondent in Birmingham

This is a real challenge for Konta. Coco Vandeweghe has an excellent grass-court record and has immense power. She made it through to the semi-finals in Australia before losing to Venus Williams.

Pat Cash has just arrived courtside.