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#11 seed Angelique Kerber beat Serena Williams 6-3, 6-3 in the Wimbledon 2018 Ladies Singles final and lifted her first ever Wimbledon title.
A goal from Samuel Umtiti in the semi-final gave France a 1-0 lead that Belgium couldn’t recover from and it put France into the 2018 FIFA World Cup final.
The star Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo has indeed completed the transfer from Real Madrid to Juventus, for a record fee of €120 million.
Bangladesh were bowled out for 43 within 19 overs, in the 1st Test against West Indies. This became the lowest ever score in their Test history.
South African batsman Rassie van der Dussen scored an unbeaten 83 in 56 in the inaugural Global T20 Canada to give Vancouver Knights an 18-run victory.
Fabian Allen scored a magnificent unbeaten 75 in just 30 balls to take the Windies B-team to a second consecutive win in the inaugural Global T20 Canada.
Uruguay and Portugal are both unbeaten so far in the 2018 FIFA World Cup and they are playing each other in a Round of 16 game. Follow for live updates.
Read Scoops had the chance to catch up with upcoming Indian actress Aneesha Shah, who is currently performing in theatre play ‘The Altamount Road Murders’.
The Toronto Nationals began the inaugural Global T20 Canada in style, chasing down over 200 in the first game of the historic tournament.
Read what the participating cricketers have to say about the inaugural Global T20 Canada, which is set to take place between 28 June and 15 July 2018.
The 2nd Test match between Windies and Sri Lanka was drawn but Shannon Gabriel picked up record bowling figures of 8/62 in the 2nd innings of the game.
Hampshire beat Yorkshire by 107 runs in the 2018 Royal One Day Cup semi final, to set up a finals clash against Kent. The final is scheduled for 30th May.
Russia’s Yuri Gazinsky scored early to take a 1-0 lead against Saudi Arabia in the opening game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Follow our live updates.
New Zealand women became the first to score 400+ three consecutive times in ODI cricket and Amelia Kerr registered the highest ever women’s ODI score.