The 2020 U.S. Open will go down into tennis history as a very special event. We all know that the most crowded, noisy and chaotic audience with an average of 50,000 daily spectators has been in New York. But the 139th edition of the event was played without audience due to the pandemic, leaving the USTA Billie Jean King National Center empty and silent.
Turkey’s fastest-growing betting site misli.com has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) on Sept. 9, as the online platform will be the official sponsor of the Second and Third Leagues of the country.
The NFL kicks off its new season shrouded in trepidation on Sept. 10 as America's most popular sport grapples with the new realities of life in the age of COVID-19.
Fourth seed Naomi Osaka overcame unseeded Shelby Rogers in straight sets to reach the U.S. Open semifinals on Sept. 8 and declared it "revenge" for earlier defeats.
Novak Djokovic was dramatically disqualified from the U.S. Open on Sept. 6 after accidentally striking a female lines judge with a ball in frustration during his last-16 match, sending shock waves through the tournament.
Turkey’s national football team drew 0-0 against Serbia on Sept. 6 in a UEFA Nations League B - Group 3 match.
Serena Williams battled into the U.S. Open last 16 on Sept. 5 as the tournament endured fresh controversy after New York health officials ordered the women’s top doubles pairing be withdrawn over coronavirus restrictions.
Lionel Messi said he will stay at Barcelona but only because the club’s president Josep Maria Bartomeu broke his word to let him leave.
Turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahçe parted ways with midfielder Tolgay Arslan on Sept. 4.
The Vodafone Istanbul Half Marathon will be held on Sept. 20 with a limited number of athletes.