Social Zone: Emma Raducanu simply unbelievable at US Open

So unless you've been living under a rock you might have heard that there's a British tennis player pulling up trees at the US Open.

TENNIS: In the early hours of the morning, British teenager Emma Raducanu made it into the US Open final after beating Greek 17th seed Maria Sakkari 6-1 6-4. A staggering achievement.

What makes it so amazing was the unseeded 18-year-old's nerveless clinical performance.

She is now the youngest Briton to reach a grand slam final in more than 60 years, and the first qualifier, man or woman, to reach a grand slam final in the Open era.

The last British woman to reach a grand slam final was Virginia Wade way back at Wimbledon in 1977. And we all know what happened there.

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BOXING: David Haye is preparing to fight his billionaire best friend this weekend and if he wins and looks good doing it then we could see Hayemaker 4.0.

Haye has predicted he'll win inside three rounds and even the media couldn't take their war of words serious.

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SOCCER: Did you know Cristiano Ronaldo is back at Manchester United? Milking it much? We get it CR7 is back home get over it... 

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ATHLETICS: Usain Bolt has won every medal possible as a sprinter and now he wants to 'reach the pinnacle' of another field.

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Maybe he could do a cover of Jake Bugg's song Lightning Bolt? Yes, it's a bad pun and no we won't apologise. 

AMERICAN FOOTBALL: The NFL season is back and so is Tom Brady. The QB will look to win yet another Super Bowl with the Buccaneers in his 22nd season.

Brady revealed in his podcast that football doesn't require jersey numbers and going forward they should be scrapped.

Good job nobody has mentioned that in soccer, Phil Jones would be fuming.

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FORMULA ONE: A bit of father-son bonding time ahead of the Italian Grand Prix.

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Vettel has won reigned supreme in Italy on three occasions but is without a Grand Prix win since 2019 in Singapore.

Maybe this is the weekend where it changes? Seeing as he doesn't drive a Mercedes or Red Bull car, maybe not actually.