From Formula 1 to tennis records, its been an exciting weekend in the world of sport, catch up on all the news here
Lewis Hamilton claims his second victory of the F1 season with a win in Spain. After a tense start to the race, Hamilton kept his cool starting from pole and led the way to claim the top spot on the podium, with his rival Sebastian Vettel only coming fourth it meant Hamilton could extend the gap to 17 points. Can he continue his winning streak at the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix, as the drivers head to their next stop on the F1 calendar?
Rafael Nadal had a surprise exit from the quarter-finals at the Madrid Open after losing to Dominic Thiem.
This has put Roger Federer back in the Number 1 spot once again, despite having not played since March. Following a second-round defeat former world number one Novak Djokovic has slipped down to number 18, which is his lowest ranking since 2006. With the tennis season underway these greats will take to the courts at Wimbledon, will the famous Championships switch up the rankings once again?
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Tiger Woods has confirmed his place at The 147th Open, which will take place in Carnoustie this summer. After missing out on the tournament for the last two years Woods will return to play his 20th Open, he first won The Open back in 2000, again in 2005 and he defended his title at the 2006 tournament. His return to this famous golf tournament is sure to delight fans across the world, can he gain The Claret Jug for the fourth time as the tournament returns to the famous Carnoustie grounds.
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