Osaka and Biles have reminded us what superstar athletes go through
It’s a knowledge that every sports fan should value.
Usain Bolt has retired so there will be a new fastest man at the Olympics for the first time since 2008 when the men’s 100-meter dash is held on Day 9 of the Tokyo Games
There’s been some serious star power in the 16-team mixed doubles tennis tournament at the Tokyo Olympics
A Swiss tennis player won gold in singles at the Olympics and it’s not Roger Federer or Stan Wawrinka
A roundup of gold medals from Saturday, July 31, at the Tokyo Games
"I'm sorry to Nina for not being able to play but my body just gave up," Djokovic said after withdrawing from the bronze medal mixed doubles match, adding that he has "several" injuries. "I played under medicines, unbelievable pain and exhaustion."
The Russian Olympic Committee has won the women’s team saber fencing after beating France 45-41 in the final
There will be no Golden Slam for Novak Djokovic
It’s been a mystery to many why Novak Djokovic entered the mixed doubles tournament at the Tokyo Olympics
From winning almost a third of the majors he’s played to reaching the final at almost half of them, the Serb’s career stats just keep getting more and more legendary.
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She joins Marc Rosset, Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka in the elite club.
The American won the friendly contest, 6-4, 6-4, over the fellow former US Open champion.
The 27-year-old represented Spain for the second time on the Olympic stage, reaching the women's singles quarterfinals.
The Japanese star has demonstrated a similar steadfastness to the 77-year-old, and thus has earned herself a special place in the legend's heart.
The Aussie provides a brief behind-the-scenes look at the special event.
He's 10-15 overall against the three greatest men’s players of all time, but even more dangerous in best-of-three format.
Meanwhile, Matteo Berrettini removed himself as a possible candidate for the role.
The world No. 1 fell to Germany's Alexander Zverev in three sets in Tokyo.
The Frenchman was trailing Emil Ruusuvuori, 6-4, 4-6, 0-3, in the round of 16 when the heat became unbearable.