Category Archives: Sports Daypop


Osaka Ready for U.S. Open

Naomi Osaka’s participation in the US Open was put in serious doubt last week when she exited from a quarter-final clash in Cincinnati with a sore knee.  “It’s getting better. Like, I have been playing more, like,


Tom Brady Not Tom Terrific

New England quarterback Tom Brady’s application to trademark the term “Tom Terrific” was officially refused by the USPTO on Thursday because “the applied-for mark consists of or includes matter which may falsely suggest a connection with Tom


Little League World Champs Decided This Weekend

The stage will be set for the world’s top 11 and 12-year-old baseball players this weekend in South Williamsport, PA. Stay tuned for the new Little League World Champs. Weekend Games Will Decide Little League World Champions


XFL Announces Names and Cities

The XFL has revealed the names and cities for its eight teams on Wednesday.The teams are:Dallas RenegadesHouston RoughnecksLos Angeles WildcatsNew York GuardiansSt. Louis BattleHawksSeattle DragonsTampa Bay VipersWashington Defenders The XFL is scheduled to debut in February 2020.


Cousins Likely To Miss 2019-2020 Season

Demarcus Cousins is out with a torn ACL and the Lakers will be taking their time to fill the big hole. ESPN has reported that Los Angeles is considering several veteran centers, including Dwight Howard, Joakim Noah


Andrew Luck Unlikely To Practice This Week

Due to a setback of injuries, Luck had already been ruled out of playing in any preseason games. Luck missed organized team activities in May because of injuries to his left calf and ankle. He began training


Anisimova Withdraws From U.S. Open

Amanda Anisimova has withdrawn from the U.S. Open following the death of her father and longtime coach Konstantin Anisimova, ESPN reported on Monday. Under her father’s guidance, the 2017 U.S. Open junior champion has risen up the


Clemson Tigers are No. 1 in AP Poll

The Clemson Tigers are No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason Top 25 for the first time. Clemson received 52 first-place votes to get the top spot and they are followed by Alabama, which received the other