US Open 2021 – Novak Djokovic falls short of history but soaks in the love

NEW YORK — Novak Djokovic covered his face with a towel, but he couldn’t hide his sobs from his courtside chair in Arthur Ashe Stadium. As he desperately tried to conceal his eyes from sight, he inadvertently exposed more of his face and his emotions were on full display for all to see. Just one

Ronaldo lessons after Man United return, Juventus in trouble, Bayern dominant over Leipzig, more

The European soccer weekend was full of highs and lows, ups and downs — as per usual. Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Manchester United and looked great, Antoine Griezmann returned to Atletico Madrid and didn’t. The Bundesliga’s best team, Bayern Munich, humiliated their closest rivals, RB Leipzig, while Serie A’s previous force, Juventus, looked woefully off-form

First time I’ve been overwhelmed by winning

Daniel Ricciardo said the “speed bumps” he encountered in his first half year with McLaren made victory at the Italian Grand Prix all the more emotional. Ricciardo joined McLaren this season but, against most preseason expectations, struggled to match his younger and less accomplished teammate Lando Norris in the build-up to F1’s summer break. The

Former New Orleans Pelicans players commit support to Hurricane Ida victims

Sep 9, 2021 Andrew LopezESPN A group of former New Orleans Pelicans players is making donations to the communities in the areas of Southeast Louisiana affected by Hurricane Ida last month, with Jrue and Lauren Holiday leading the charge. The Holidays, Langston Galloway, Jahlil Okafor and Frank Jackson have committed to sending four truckloads of

QB Carson Wentz to make Indianapolis Colts debut six weeks after foot surgery

INDIANAPOLIS — Colts quarterback Carson Wentz will start Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks nearly six weeks after having surgery on his left foot, which could have kept him out well into the regular season, coach Frank Reich said Friday. There was a lot of uncertainty about what Wentz’s availability would be when Wentz injured

18-year-old qualifier Emma Raducanu beats Leylah Fernandez to win women’s US Open final

Emma Raducanu completed her shocking tear through the women’s field of the US Open on Saturday, becoming the youngest Grand Slam champion in 17 years. The 18-year-old qualifier from Britain beat 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez of Canada 6-4, 6- Raducanu was the first player in the professional era to make a major final after playing her

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