Teenagers take on new hobby in a nation torn apart by four decades of war.
Spain's Rafael Nadal will play for his 19th Grand Slam title, one shy of Roger Federer's all-time men's record, against No. 5 seed Daniil Medvedev of Russia on Sunday.
The host nation beat New Zealand in a dramatic World Cup final at the Lord’s cricket ground in London. Players Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid, however, caught the world’s attention for rushing away moments before champagne was opened.
Phil Mickelson sank a four-foot birdie putt on the fourth extra hole to pocket $9 million and beat Tiger Woods in an exhibition clash on Friday between two of golf's greatest rivals.
About 5,000 runners competed in the 42-kilometre marathon which started on the Asian side of Istanbul’s July 15 Martyrs’ Bridge and finished in the historic Sultanahmet Square on the city’s European side.
Eduard Prades, who rides for the Euskadi Basque Country-Murias team, has won the six-stage 950-kilometre tour.
The last time the Swiss tennis star lifted the trophy was back in 2008 and he he has twice made the finals since, but the title at Flushing Meadows has eluded him ever since.
Djokovic, who had come off second best in five previous Cincinnati finals, defeated seven-time winner Roger Federer 6-4, 6-4 in the final.
Tsitsipas, who was contesting the Masters 1000 final on his 20th birthday after four consecutive wins over top-10 players in Toronto, threw all he had at Nadal but was ultimately unable to beat the world number one.
On 20-match winning streak at Wimbledon, Williams will face German world number 10 Angelique Kerber on Saturday in a repeat of the 2016 showpiece won by Williams.
The Swiss national team might not be the favourites to win the World Cup in Russia – even if they did hold Brazil to a draw. That said, one Swiss team is physically up there.
This was Williams' first major tournament in 16 months, and her first as a mother. Her baby was born last September.
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