A quick look at the tennis this afternoon with the inaugural Laver Cup in full swing over in Prague this weekend.
Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal are set to play a famous doubles match this evening for Team Europe but for now, Nadal has been playing singles, and he has beaten Jack Sock in three sets on the black court to claim a point for his side.
Team Europe currently in charge of the Ryder Cup style tennis event, and now lead 7-1.
Maria Sharapova has come out in an interview with the BBC hitting back at critics who call her a drug cheat.
She has claimed critics such as Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard: "Don't have the facts" when commenting on her situation.
The former world number one had been taking meldonium since 2006, but the drug became a banned substance in 2016.
Sharapova was caught and suspended for 15 months but still believes she did not gain any advantage by taking the drug.
This interview coincides with the release of her book... ironically called 'unstoppable.'
Serena Williams has given birth to a healthy baby girl called Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.
She posted the news on her Instagram page and it looks as if the tennis champion is happy and healthy following the birth.
We look forward to seeing the new mother back on the tennis court!
Rafael Nadal will be waking up today a 16-time major champion after his straight sets victory in the US Open final on Sunday over South African Kevin Anderson.
The Spaniard added the US Open to the French Open this season, the first time since 2013 he has won two Grand Slams in the same season and he's now just two Slams behind Roger Federer, who also won two majors this year.
Sloane Stephens won her first major championship in style on Saturday night, beating compatriot Madison Keys 6-3, 6-0 at Flushing Meadows.
Stephens, who has suffered with injuries this season which meant she was ranked as low as 957th in the world less than two months ago completed an incredible fortnight in New York, becoming only the fifth unseeded woman to win a major title in the open era!
Rafa Nadal has set up a US Open final clash against Kevin Anderson on Sunday following his four sets win over Juan Martin Del Potro in the semi-finals.
The Spaniard had lost the first set before storming back to win the match 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 6-2.
South Africa's Kevin Anderson reached his first Grand Slam final by putting Pablo Carreno Busta away in four sets and becomes the lowest ranked player at 32 to reach a US Open final since the rankings were introduced in 1973.
Unseeded American Sloane Stephens downed Venus Williams in the US Open semi final last night.
In a bizarre match which saw Stephens win the first set 6-1, before Williams hit back 6-0 in the second, it was the younger American who was the strongest in the decider winning 7-5.
Stephens will meet compatriot Madison Keys in Saturday's final, Keys easily disposing of Coco Vanderweghe 6-1, 6-2.
Madison Keys became the fourth American to go through to this year's semi-finals at Flushing Meadows when beating Kaia Kanepi on Wednesday night.
Keys joins Coco Vandeweghe who had earlier beaten top seed Karolina Pliskova in straight sets in the semi final, whilst Venus Williams will face Sloane Stephens in the other semi.
It is the first time since 1981 that four Americans have reached the semi-finals of the US Open and the first time since 1985 that it's happened in any major in the women's game.