This week has been full of thrilling and inspiring action on the sizzling hot courts at the Tokyo Olympics. As the storylines unfold, The Break has you covered with the latest Olympics news.

1. Novak Djokovic's Golden Slam hopes end

At the start of the Olympics the world No. 1 mentioned he didn't care to talk about overcoming the feat or having conversations around him being the GOAT. This week, he has remained focused on one match at a time and didn't appear to be overwhelmed by the history on his doorstep. However, Djokovic saw his chances of achieving a career Grand Slam come to an end at the hands of Alexander Zverev in Tokyo's semifinals.

2. Paula Badosa retires

The Spaniard put on spectacular performances all week to reach the quarterfinal of the Summer Games, but due to the excessive heat was forced to retire. The world No. 29 was escorted off the court in a wheelchair after falling, 6-3, in the opening set to Czech Marketa Vondrousova. Badosa allegedly suffered a heat stroke.

3. Andy Murray hints at last Olympic appearance

Following his quarterfinal doubles loss with Joe Salisbury, the three-time major champion was very emotional and hinted that Tokyo could potentially be his last Olympics.

"If this is the end of my Olympics journey I want to say a huge thanks to Team GB. It's been an absolute privilege to represent you and my country at four Olympics," Murray said.