The ongoing US Open continues to stun and surprise spectators and experts of tennis alike as day three of the tournament witnessed a few major upsets in the men's circuit. Stefanos Tsitsipas and runner-up of the last season Casper Ruud lost their respective round two matches to bow out of the tournament while Novak Djokovic advanced into the third round. The cricket fans also have their hands full with several nations currently indulged in high-octane contests across the globe. All of that and more in today's top 10 trending sports news stories on August 31.
Top 10 Trending Sports News Stories
India faced a narrow defeat at the hands of arch-rivals Pakistan before registering a dominant triumph over Oman.
The Jos Buttler-led side drew first blood in the ongoing T20I series by winning the opening T20I at Chester-le-Street on Wednesday.
Australia put up a clinical performance in the first T20I of the three-match series against South Africa to claim victory.
The third day of the ongoing US Open 2023 saw a lot of upsets as Greece's Stefanos Tsitsipas and Casper Ruud crashed out.
IOA chief PT Usha to audition for Commonwealth Games Federation vice-president's post
PT Usha will be contesting the upcoming Commonwealth Games Federation elections for the post of vice-president.
Hardik Pandya opens up on India vs Pakistan cricketing rivalry
India's star allrounder Hardik shared his thoughts on the India-Pakistan cricketing rivalry.
Babar Azam closes in on Saeed Anwar to score most centuries for Pakistan in ODIs
Babar Azam is just inches away from scoring the most centuries for Pakistan in ODI cricket.
Asia Cup 2023: Bangladesh to lock horns with Sri Lanka in their tournament opener
The Shakib Al Hasan-led side will challenge the defending champions on day two of the ongoing Asia Cup.
India set to bid for 2027 World Athletics Championships: Chopra
Olympic and World Athletics Championship gold medallist Neeraj Chopra belives that India will be bidding for the 2027 World Athletics Championships.