Novak Djokovic has won back to back Grand Slams.
The Wimbledon champion beat Juan Martin del Potro in straight sets in the final of the U-S Open in New York.
It is the Serb’s 14th major title, which equals Pete Sampras’ record.
Djokovic says that means a lot
The W-T-A have backed Serena Williams’ claim her treatment in the Women’s Singles final was sexist.
The governing body’s chief executive Steve Simon says her outburst towards the umpire would have been dealt with differently if she was a male player.
Williams was docked a game and has been fined around 15,000 euro for calling the referee a “thief” during the defeat to Naomi Osaka.
It is day 2 of the World Championships, with Irish interest in 4 events.
Kerry duo Aileen Crowley & Monika Dukarska compete in the heats of the Women’s Double Scull at 9.13 this morning.
The final round of the B-M-W Championship is due to get underway this afternoon.
Tournament organisers were forced to postpone the event due to inclement weather in Pensylvania yesterday.
Rory McIlory will tee off from 16 under par, one shot behind the leader Justin Rose.
Wales failed to maintain their winning start to the Nations League last night.
They were beaten 2 – 0 in Denmark.
Christian Eriksen scored both goals.
The Republic of Ireland host both sides next month.
Iris Sachet made it a double French celebration on the final day of Rás na mBan as she raced in for stage honours with compatriot Coralie Demay confirmed as the first French winner of Ireland’s premier international stage race.
Sachet powered up the finishing straight on The Parade in front of Kilkenny Castle to deny Jess Roberts of Team GB and Switzerland’s Desirée Ehrler of CCN Momentum, the latter taking her third top three finish of the week.
Safely in the lead group of 78 in 14th place was Demay, to secure her overall victory by the scant margin of two seconds over Nicola Juniper, the margin that separated the two after Saturday’s fourth stage time trial.
Juniper pushed hard on the single categorised climb of the day at Woodstock after 42 of the 90km but Demay was her shadow throughout and Juniper was happy to accept a fine second place overall and the Wicklow 200 Queen of the Mountains Classification to go with two stage victories.
Demay’s stage four time trial success was the launch pad for her bid while other stage winners during the week included Nina Kessler and Rhona Callander along with Sachet.
2016 winner Rikke Lønne finished third overall, 57 seconds behind Demay with the Women’s Commission of Cycling Ireland Best Young Rider Megan Barker fourth overall and leading British rider for Team GB.
Sachet’s final stage success combined with an eighth place finish for Nicola Juniper meant the latter was edged out of the Irish Dairy, The Complete Natural Points Classification while Maeve Gallagher from County Mayo can enjoy her 17th birthday on Monday having won the Kilkenny County Council Best domestic-based Irish Rider category.
Lydia Gurley of Team Ireland was the highest placed Irish rider on general classification, the Majorca-based Athenry native another with a birthday to celebrate courtesy of tenth place overall.
Team GB were the overall team winners while the road team based around the national track development squad VC Éiriú were the Best Irish Team.
Lauren Creamer’s powerful performance in leading a nine-rider group clear of the bunch for much of the stage earned the Scott Orwell Wheelers rider the Daily Beast Award for Combativity.