The sporting weekend in pictures

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The United States successfully defended the Women’s World Cup against Holland (PA Wire/PA Images)

The United States won the Women’s World Cup for a fourth time, Johanna Konta reached the last 16 at Wimbledon and Andy Murray and Serena Williams got their eagerly-awaited mixed-doubles pairing off to a flying start.

Here, PA takes a look at the pick of the action in pictures.

Megan Rapinoe (centre)
Megan Rapinoe (centre) and Rose Lavelle were on target as the United States won the Women’s World Cup final (PA Wire/PA Images)
Megan Rapinoe
United States’ Megan Rapinoe celebrates with her Golden Boot award, Golden Ball award and the Women’s World Cup Trophy (PA Wire/PA Images)
Johanna Konta
Johanna Konta battled back from a set down to sink Sloane Stephens and reach the last 16 at Wimbledon (Adam Davy/PA)
Andy Murray and Serena Williams
Wimbledon’s new power couple showed they mean business as Andy Murray and Serena Williams got their mixed-doubles pairing off to a flying start (Mike Egerton/PA)
Fran Kirby (centre)
Fran Kirby (centre) pulled one back for England but they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Sweden in the Women’s World Cup third-place play-off (Claude Paris/AP)
Karen Carney (second right)
Karen Carney, who announced on Friday that she would be retiring after the match, earned her 144th and final England cap on Saturday (Richard Sellers/PA)
Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi was controversially sent off as Argentina beat Chile 2-1 to win the Copa America third-place play-off in Sao Paulo (Victor R. Caivano/AP)
Cori Gauff
Cori Gauff fought off two match points to beat Polona Hercog and move into the Wimbledon fourth round on Friday (Steven Paston/PA)
Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma scored a record fifth century at the World Cup as India warmed up for the semi-finals with a seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka (Nigel French/PA)
Nathan Lyon is dismissed
Australia will face England in the World Cup semi-finals after finishing second behind India in the standings following defeat to South Africa (David Davies/PA)
Shaheen Shah Afridi
Pakistan coasted to a 94-run World Cup victory over Bangladesh at Lord’s – but bow out after failing to produce the unlikely margin of victory needed to claim a semi-final spot (Tim Goode/PA)
2019 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open – Day Four – Lahinch Golf Club
Spain’s Jon Rahm overturned a five-shot deficit with a final round of 62 to claim his second Dubai Duty Free Irish Open title in three years (Donall Farmer/PA)
Tour de France stage one
The Tour de France got under way on Saturday in Belgium (Thibault Camus/AP)
Jumbo-Visma won the team time trial in the Tour de France on Sunday (Thibault Camus/AP)
Dan Evans
Dan Evans’ Wimbledon campaign ended with a heartbreaking five-set loss to Joao Sousa (Adam Davy/PA)
Harriet Dart
Harriet Dart’s fine Wimbledon run ended with a bruising defeat by world number one Ashleigh Barty in the third round (Mike Egerton/PA)
England cricketers
Some of England’s cricketers took time out of their World Cup campaign to attend the Royal Box on Saturday at Wimbledon (Mike Egerton/PA)
Casemiro (left) and Andre Carrillo
Peru’s Andre Carrillo (right) and Brazil’s Casemiro (left) battled for a header during the Copa America final (Natacha Pisarenko/AP)
Fran Wilson (centre)
England Women capitulated to 75 all out as Australia made it 6-0 in the Women’s Ashes with a crushing 194-run victory in Sunday’s ODI (Gareth Fuller/PA)
Chris Clarkson (right)
Castleford suffered an 18-10 home Super League defeat to Leeds on Friday (Zac Goodwin/PA)
NASCAR crash
Drivers got caught up in a multi-car crash during a NASCAR Cup Series race at Daytona International Speedway on Sunday (Dow Graham/AP)
Jonathan Rea (front)
Jonathan Rea extended his lead in the Superbike World Championship with victory at his home race at Donington Park (Bradley Collyer/PA)
Spain celebrate
Spain won the Women’s European Basketball Championship title on Sunday (Darko Vojinovic/AP)