• Golf stars express their condolences after the death of Queen Elizabeth II

    The death of Queen Elizabeth II shook the whole world. The queen left a big mark during her life and was remembered for good. Many famous personalities expressed their condolences to her family, including golf stars. The DP World Tour even stopped the competition after her death;'On behalf of our members and everyone connected with the European Tour group and the BMW PGA Championship, it is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. She truly w
  • Patrick Reed change his mind on St Andrews

    Mere days after being seen on the entry list for the famous Links Championship, Saint Andrews' Patrick Reed is no longer among the entrants.The 2018 Masters winner dropped out of the world's top 50 after missing the cut at the French Cazoo Open and was hoping perhaps to make a comeback at the Scottish links of Kingsbarns, Carnoustie and St Andrews.Patrick Reed, situationAfter having chained the BMW PGA Championship of Wentworth, the DS Automobiles Italian Open and the trip to Paris in recent wee
  • Legendary Wimbledon presenter wants the AELTC to honor Roger Federer

    Sue Barker said she would like to see Wimbledon honor Roger Federer by renaming something after him at The All England Club. Even though Federer wasn't a British player, throughout his entire career he was one of the most popular players at Wimbledon. The level of support Federer was receiving at Wimbledon was immense and it felt like a home player was playing. Federer, who retired from professional tennis after the Laver Cup, is a record eight-time Wimbledon champion. "I'm n
  • Bouchard sighs after fashion company president asks about her soulmate

    After Genie Bouchard posted a series of photos from her short trip to Seoul for the Korea Open, she got a funny message from the president of a t-shirt company in Miami, Mike Hoerner. "Have you found your Seoulmate?" Hoerner asked Bouchard on Instagram.Genie replied to the joke in a bored manner: "Mike..."In the photos she posted on Instagram, Bouchard appears near her coach Tim Blenkiron. "Seoul goes hard. Swipe to the end for peak tourists," Bouchard said about the Instagram post.  &
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  • Alps Tour at the penultimate seasonal stage

    Great golf returns to GC Castelconturbia after two years for the dispute of the Castelconturbia Alps Open, a tournament scheduled for the Italian Pro Tour, the circuit of national and international competitions organized by the Italian Golf Federation, with the support of the Infront official advisor, and penultimate seasonal stage of the Alps Tour. On the Agrate Conturbia (NO) track, the event will be anticipated from 28th to 30th September with the traditional Pro-Am event on Tuesday 27th Sept
  • Novak Djokovic: 'It allows us to meet each other on...'

    The 2022 Laver Cup left unrepeatable moments for both the fans and the protagonists themselves who took advantage of this event to be close to their rivals and, incidentally, get closer to them in their personal relationship. One of those who made the most of the occasion was the Serbian Novak Djokovic, who recognized after the defeat of Team Europa that in his case, it was a good opportunity to get to know Roger Federer more closely. "I feel like these weeks of Laver Cup have strengthened our t
  • Roger Federer: 'I believe I would have had a chance against...'

    Earlier this summer, Roger Federer found he could no longer compete at the highest level. When he tried to push harder in training, his right knee didn't respond as he would have hoped. The Swiss champion underwent a resonance, the outcome of which was not at all satisfactory. Within days, the King realized it was over and started thinking about how to announce it. In a letter posted on Instagram on September 15, the 41-year-old from Basel announced that the Laver Cup would be his last ATP event
  • Ian Poulter reacted to the situation about Henrik Stenson: Beyond disappointing

    The Swedish Golf Federation has decided to end relations with Henrik Stenson. The reason for this is Stenson's decision to join LIV Golf, a project supported by Saudi Arabia."We believe that Henrik, given his involvement with LIV Golf, can no longer act as a role model for Swedish junior golfers," the SGF's secretary general Gunnar Hakansson said for TT.Another member of LIV Golf, Ian Poulter sent a message via Twitter and is disappointed with the move of the Swedish Golf Federation."Beyond disa
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  • Rafael Nadal: 'I didn't want him to win that final'

    Although not having an easy time, Rafael Nadal still flew to London to 'say goodbye' to his friend and great rival Roger Federer. The Spanish champion took part in the King's last match, which was staged last Friday at the Laver Cup. The 36-year-old from Manacor was unable to hold back his tears during the ceremony in honor of the Swiss, with whom he gave birth to one of the most exciting rivalries in the history of sport. Their friendship has grown stronger over the years, so much so that Rafa'
  • "Johnny Depp, you are disgusting and desperate," said ex sister-in-law

    Whitney Henriquez, sister of Amber Heard, harshly attacked Johnny Depp's performance during the MTV Video Music Awards ceremony, at Prudential Center in Newark in New Jersey.Johnny and Amber separated in 2017 and 2022, the star actor of the Pirates of the Caribbean saga won the libel trial against his ex-wife.Whitney Henriquez, talking about her about her former brother-in-law at her MTV Video Music Awards, explained on her social media: "I just hope none of the people who wanted him have daught
  • 'It was the hardest moment of his career', says Roger Federer's father

    All tennis fans still have in their eyes the ceremony in honor of Roger Federer that was held at the Laver Cup. The Swiss phenomenon played the last ATP event before hanging up his racket, playing doubles with his great friend. and now former rival Rafael Nadal. The two were defeated by the Americans Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock, good at canceling a match point on King Roger's serve. The last two and a half years have been very difficult for the Maestro from Basel, who had to deal with a serious
  • Atthaya Thitikul, second success on the Lpga

    Second success on the LPGA Tour for Thailand's Atthaya Thitikul, 19 from Ratchaburi, who finished with 196 (67 61 68, -17) hits the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship presented By P&G on the course of the Pinnacle Country Club (par 71), in Rogers in Arkansas, where Giulia Molinaro, 71st with 139 (72 67, -3), was cut off by a stroke.Atthaya Thitikul, resultsAtthaya Thitikul, who has also won the Ladies European Tour four times (twice as an amateur), finished the tournament on par with Danielle
  • 'Rafael Nadal struggled to make eye contact', says legend

    Although he is aware that the end is getting closer, at the moment Rafael Nadal does not waste his energy thinking about an early retirement. The 36-year-old Spanish tennis player and current number three in the world trusts that his physique will allow him to stay active for a long time and thus have the possibility of continuing to stretch his record in the Grand Slams. “Things cannot be prepared with a lot of time, I don't think that life allows you to have a prediction, I don't even th
  • Rafael Nadal matches Andre Agassi and moves closer to Roger Federer

    Rafael Nadal is celebrating two ranking milestones this week. Rafa became the second player with 900 consecutive weeks in the top-50, joining Roger Federer on the exclusive list. Also, the Spaniard collected his 960th top-50 week, matching Andre Agassi and moving closer to Federer, who is still far in front. Nadal found himself in the top-50 in August 2003, two months after turning 17! Nadal lost ground a bit in 2004 after a nasty injury, missing a chance to spend the entire year in the mentione
  • Bouchard reacts to Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal holding hands in tears

    WTA tennis star Genie Bouchard reacted on Twitter at the moment when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal held hands while they were in tears during the Swiss Maestro's Laver Cup retirement event. "My favorite photo of all time," Bouchard wrote on Twitter.My favorite photo of all time pic.twitter.com/KzsStZlglH— Genie Bouchard (@geniebouchard) September 24, 2022Eugenie Bouchard, during her period of absence from tennis courts, from March 2021 to August 2022, has often documented her shoulde
  • Who is Joelle Rich, the new Johnny Depp's love

    Johnny Depp, after winning the libel trial against his former wife Amber Heard, is engaged to his lawyer Joelle Rich. The Hollywood star, protagonist of the Disney Pirates of the Caribbean saga, met his new girlfriend thanks to Amber Heard.At first there was talk of a flirtation between Johnny Depp and the other lawyer, Camille Velasquez, who won him the trial against Amber Heard. Rumors denied by the lawyer. Joelle Rich is British, has two children and a marriage just ended behind her, and is f
  • Hugh Jackman inspired by Federer days before Wolverine comeback announcement

    Five days after Hugh Jackman got impressed by Roger Federer's tearful farewell speech held at Laver Cup 2022, Hugh Jackman announced, together with his co-star Ryan Reynolds, that he will play Wolverine once again in the next Deadpool movie.Ryan Reynolds was the first to break the news on YouTube as he seemingly randomly asked Jackman whether he wants to play Wolverine again.Then, Hugh confirmed the news in a new video. Now, maybe Federer's retirement was just a coincidence, or maybe Jackma
  • Daniel Hillier, big triumph at the Swiss Open

    Daniel Hillier won with a total of 274 (68 70 72 64, -14) the Swiss Open, an event of the Challenge Tour which took place in France, in Folgensbourg, on the Golf Saint Apollinaire course (par 72). The New Zealander, thanks to a last lap finished in 64 (-8) with 10 birdies and two bogeys, managed to recover seven positions and conquer the tournament. Second place for Jeong Weon Ko with 276 (-12). In third position the Swedish Oscar Lengden with 278 (-10).Daniel Hillier, resultsBitter expedition f
  • Leylah Fernandez reveals her way of handling negative comments

    Leylah Fernandez reveals she is trying to avoid reading articles about her as she feels that's a good way of blocking out potentially negative comments. Fernandez, who turned 20 this month, admitted that occasionally she notices something negative written or said about her. When that happens, Fernandez tries to simply not give it any attention. "We've actually had this one rule to never ever read an article about myself. Whatever comes out, it comes out. So, I try not to read abou
  • Roger Federer takes care of Murray's bleeding knee: "Gentle! This is Sir Andy"

    After Andy Murray fell on the court in a Laver Cup doubles match, Roger Federer made sure the doctor was cleaning up well the Scottish player's wound. Murray was accompanied by Matteo Berrettini in their clash against Team World's Jack Sock and Felix Auger-Alliasime.Here is the dialogue between Roger Federer, Andy Murray, and the doctor: Andy Murray: "my skin is on the court here." Roger Federer: "do you need any salt for that? or sand?" Andy Murray: (makes grimace) Roger Federer [to the do
  • Angelique Kerber shares thoughts on missing US Open because of pregnancy

    Angelique Kerber admits that being out of action is "something completely new" to her but underlined that being out because of pregnancy is probably the nicest reason for one to take a break from tennis.After missing WTA 1000 events in Toronto and Cincinnati, Kerber announced she was pregnant and out of the US Open. For the first time in over a decade, Kerber missed out on a Grand Slam tournament. "I haven’t missed a Grand Slam in the last 13 years. It’s why the present sit
  • Shapovalov beats Munar to enter Korea Open R2

    Shapovalov beats Munar to enter Korea Open R2
    Canada's Denis Shapovalov, No. 4 seed, defeated Spain's Jaume Munar in straight sets by 7-5, 6-4, in one hour and 49 minutes to advance to the second round of the Korea Open on Wednesday.
  • Juan Martin del Potro: 'I was No.3, and now I'm left with nothing'

    Former world no. 3 and the 2009 US Open champion Juan Martin del Potro played his last match at home in Buenos Aires in February. The beloved Argentine lost to his compatriot Federico Delbonis in the Argentina Open first round, experiencing an emotional retirement in front of his family, friends and fans. Juan Martin has been dealing with a severe knee injury since October 2018, undergoing four surgeries but failing to recover and play competitive tennis again. The Argentine decided to farewell
  • Tiger Woods' son, a 68 and almost albatross

    He is only 13 years old but, like his father, golf has been injected into his blood since he was very young. And that is why Charlie Woods is not taking long to leave the first pearls of what, who knows, could be an incipient career in the sport that Tiger, his father, took to another dimension.Charlie Woods, resultsThe son of the Tiger seems a few steps above what corresponds to his age for swing and ability to sign low cards. The best of his career was signed on Sunday in the last round of the
  • Roger Federer reflects on his final tournament at Laver Cup

    Roger Federer said he enjoyed his farewell at the Laver Cup and how everything went during his final tournament. This past weekend, Team Europe suffered its first loss at the Laver Cup.Even though Team Europe didn't win, Federer enjoyed every moment of it."It is still the Laver Cup team, you know," Federer told Eurosport. "I like those moments when you sit back finally and the pressure of the matches is gone, and you can have just a chat with another team member. You can just talk about 'ho
  • Rory McIlroy and Matthew Fitzpatrick're back

    For its second event of the season, the PGA Tour will be in Mississippi, its women's version will be in Texas. The DP World will stop in Scotland for a legendary event. The Challenge Tour will stop one last time in France.Golf, schedulePGA Tour: Sanderson Farms Championship, The Country Club of Jackson, Jackson, MississippiFrom September 29 to October 2After the Presidents Cup cut, the PGA Tour really kicks off its season this week in Mississippi. No big star present to face this par 72 which ha
  • Genie Bouchard apologizes to Uber driver after creepy interaction

    Former Wimbledon finalist Eugenie Bouchard apologized publicly to one of her Uber drivers because of her creepy text message. Bouchard shared the message she sent to her Uber driver Todd on Instagram. "I see you," Bouchard's message to the driver read. "Why am I so creepy with my Uber drivers - my bad, Todd," wrote Bouchard on Instagram.Here is another awkward moment involving Bouchard: Bouchard sighs at magazine photo choice after bathing suit incident.Bouchard is back in businessGenie Bou
  • 'I wanted Roger Federer to have the moment...', says former ace

    The whirlwind of emotions that ran through the O2 Arena for Roger Federer's last three-day event did not fade with the almost unthinkable comeback victory of Team World, who on day three thanks to Jack Sock -the doubles star player-, Felix Auger Aliassime and Frances Tiafoe gave the first pearl of the competition to the team captained by John McEnroe. At the microphones during the closing ceremony in a rather surprising way. And genuine, as always. "I didn't expect to speak at the end of the com
  • Benoit Paire made a show in Lisbon: what a tweneers!

    After the US Open, Benoit Paire decided to take part in three Challenger tournaments in the ATP Tour, failing to have a great exploit, with so far the maximum result obtained has been the quarter-finals.In Lisbon, the Frenchman will try to give himself some satisfactions, even if he does not start among the main seeded players in the main draw.Benoit Paire made a show in Lisbon: what a tweneers!The transalpine overtook Goncalo Oliviera, one of the home players at the starting line, on his first
  • Henrik Stenson no longer prophet in Sweden

    The Swedish Golf Federation has severed ties with Henrik Stenson following his decision to join dissident Greg Norman LIV Golf circuit which resulted in him being stripped of his role as Ryder Cup captain.Stenson's stint which saw him replaced as head of the European Ryder Cup squad by Luke Donald continues to make waves.The 46-year-old player who won the first of the tournaments he played on the LIV received a letter in which the Swedish Golf Federation explains that they have chosen to end the

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