Wheelchair Doubles Masters: Louise Hunt & Dana Mathewson lose final

Hunt competed at the 2012 and 2016 Paralympics Great Britain’s Louise Hunt and her American partner Dana Mathewson lost the women’s Wheelchair Doubles Masters final in the Netherlands. The pair lost 6-3 6-1 to Dutch pair Marjolein Buis and Aniek van Koot. Hunt and Mathewson had beaten Buis and Van Koot in a group match but found them too strong in the final. Briton Lucy Shuker and her partner Diede de Groot won the third place play-off 6-0 6-1 against Katharina Kruger and Michaela Spaanstra. The Masters is the ITF’s final doubles championship tour event of the year. Inspired to

Canada defeats St. Kitts & Nevis in CONCACAF Nations League qualifier

Captain Atiba Hutchinson’s goal late in the first half lifted Canada to a 1-0 victory over St. Kitts & Nevis on Sunday in CONCACAF Nations League qualifying play. The win was the fourth straight for coach John Herdman since he took over the Canadian men in January. His team has outscored the opposition 15-0 in the process. As expected, the well-organized Sugar Boys proved to be a tougher test than the U.S. Virgin Island and Dominica, whom the Canadians dispatched by a combined score of 13-0 in their two previous matches. “It was a resilient performance,” said Herdman. “At times

A new superstar has arrived – Becker says Zverev’s win is a watershed moment

Highlights: Dominant Zverev beats Djokovic to win ATP Finals Alexander Zverev stunned Novak Djokovic to win the season-ending ATP Finals on Sunday, earning the 21-year-old the biggest win of his career. Six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker, who coached Djokovic to six major titles between 2014 and 2016, watched the match as a BBC Sport commentator. He explains why his fellow German’s victory over the world number one is a significant moment. Alexander Zverev winning the ATP Finals is a moment which the whole tennis world has been waiting for. For years we have been saying tennis needs new faces

ATP Tour Final: Alexander Zverev stuns Novak Djokovic to win ATP Finals in London

Watch the moment 21-year old Alexander Zverev seals a surprise 6-4 6-3 straight sets victory over world number one Novak Djokovic with a sublime forehand passing shot to win the ATP Tour title at the O2 Arena in London. REPORT: Zverev stuns Novak Djokovic to win ATP Finals in London Available to UK users only. BBC Sport

Alexander Zverev stuns Novak Djokovic to win ATP Finals in London

Alexander Zverev beats Novak Djokovic to win the ATP Tour final Alexander Zverev stunned world number one Novak Djokovic in straight sets to win the season-ending ATP Finals and earn the biggest victory of his career. Djokovic, 31, was the heavy favourite to win a sixth finals title but was outclassed 6-4 6-3 by the German. Third seed Zverev broke Djokovic for a 5-4 lead in the first set and then served three big aces to take the set. Zverev, 21, continued to dominate in the second set and sealed a memorable victory as Djokovic faltered. “I’m unbelievable happy, obviously

GB’s Cotterill & Lapthorne lose Masters final

Antony Cotterill and Andy Lapthorne were the top seeds in Bemmel Great Britain’s Antony Cotterill and Andy Lapthorne were lost the men’s Wheelchair Doubles Masters quads final in straight sets to Nick Taylor and David Wagner. The American pair won 6-4 7-6 in the Netherlands – their fifth victory in eight meetings with the top seeds. Bryan Barten and Ymanitu Silva beat Greg Hasterok and Lucas Sithole 6-4 6-2 in the bronze medal match. Cotterill and Lapthorne last won the event in 2016. Briton Gordon Reid and Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez were beaten in the semi-finals of the men’s doubles by

Wolff: Verstappen will be an F1 champion when ‘raw edges are off’

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ATP Finals: Novak Djokovic beats Kevin Anderson to reach final

Novak Djokovic’s serving has been impeccable this week – he has not been broken at all in four matches World number one Novak Djokovic put in a ruthless display to beat Kevin Anderson and reach the final of the ATP Finals in London. The Serb will play Germany’s Alexander Zverev in Sunday’s season finale after a 6-2 6-2 victory. In what was a re-run of July’s Wimbledon final, Djokovic dominated in the same way this time to reach his seventh final of the year. The 14-time Grand Slam champion has not dropped a set all week. “I think it was

NASCAR Homestead: Hamlin gives up pitbox in Busch Cup title boost

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Martin Truex: ‘Eye for an eye’ if Joey Logano is ahead at Homestead

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2018 PGA Championship leaderboard: Live coverage, golf scores, Tiger Woods score, Saturday highlights

The final major of 2018 arrived earlier this week, and the inclement weather followed. The 100th edition of the PGA Championship was suspended on Friday midway through Round 2, which will continue at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday with hopes of wrapping it up inside of three hours. At that point, the formal cut will be made, and golfers that move on will play in staggered threesomes starting at holes No. 1 and No. 10 in hope of competing Round 3 before nightfall.

The leaderboard over the two days at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis should be interesting, particularly because Tiger Woods was 3 under early in his second round and looked to be on a roll Friday before play was suspended. There were plenty of low numbers to be had at the time, but Saturday may well be a different beast for the 2018 PGA field. The only way to find out is to tune in and/or follow along and see what transpires over the course of the day.

CBS Sports will be with you the entire way on Saturday updating this story with the latest scores, analysis and highlights from Round 2 & 3. You can also watch all the action live throughout the day by checking out our PGA Championship schedule and viewer’s guide. If you are unable to view the live updates below, please click here.

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