The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup has smashed TV viewing records across the globe, including in France, the US, Germany and China.
The defeat of the five-time Wimbledon champion by a 15-year-old represents one of the biggest upsets in the history of the tournament.
The two-year-old suffered bleeding and swelling in her brain, as well as a seizure and a brain contusion after being hit. She is now taking medication to prevent more seizures while she recovers at home.
Breakdancing, which was a hit at the 2006 Buenos Aires Youth Summer Games, will connect with the younger generation, said IOC President Thomas Bach
When Ash Barty quit tennis at 17 she had a career-high singles ranking of 129. The 23-year-old is now just the second Australian to be ranked number one.
"He doesn’t really make sense as a human – science says one person shouldn’t be able to weigh that much, jump that high, and run that fast – which is why, at a fundamental level, people just love to watch Williamson play basketball."
Tennis great Serena Williams was one of Wozniacki's bridesmaids. NBL basketball stars Pau Gasol and Harrison Barnes and former number one tennis player Angelique Kerber were among the guests.
Former Canada player and broadcaster on Canadian network TSN Kaylyn Kyle said she was "disgusted" at the way the US players conducted themselves in their first match in the FIFA Women's World Cup. She received death threats as a result.
Tiger Woods wants to play in another 40 major tournaments, he told press ahead of the US Open Pebble Beach on Thursday.