Sportsround – Golf, Boxing, Dressage, Darts & Tennis



Australian Jason Day claimed his first major title becoming the firs player to ever win with a score of 20 under par. A fine shot at the sixteenth hole to birdie finally finished off the challenge of American Jordon Speith who was looking to claim his third major of the season.The second place finish meant Speith did have the consolation of moving to the top of the world rankings ahead of Rory McIlroy but the week belonged to the Australian who played seemingly nerveless golf throughout the final round. Brandon Grace of South Africa and Britain’s Justin Rose were third and fourth respectively.


Mexican Carlos Cuadris easily defended his WBC Super Flyweight title against Dixon Flore in Sinaloa on Saturday. After a couple of level opening rounds, the champion began to open up and landing heavy shots to which Flore had no answers. After a dominant fourth round where Flores struggled to not go down, Cuadris eventually caught Flore flush in the fifth finishing the fight to complete a routine defense of the title with the outcome most were expecting.


Olympic Champion Charlotte Dujardin won double gold at the European Dressage Championship in Germany. On Saturday she retained the Grand Prix Special title and Sunday made it a double in the freestyle by defeating home hopeful Kristina Broring-Sprehe by a higher mark of 0.2%. Dujardin and horse Valegro,are in form and well on course heading to the Olympics in Rio next year.


Phil Taylor returned to winning ways with victory at the Perth Masters in Australia. After defeating World Champion Gary Anderson in the Semi-Final he was to play James Wade on the Final. Wade won their last encounter in Blackpool but it was not to be the same result this time. A 130 finish capped off a blistering start from the Power who ran into a 5-1 lead with 11 legs the target. The next session was shared for Taylor to move 8-4 ahead with a 123 finish in the 12th leg.Taylor continued to hold his throw to see out an 11-7 victory to win the title for the 2nd year in a row. The PDC head to Sydney next week in the continuing Australian PDC tour.


Andy Murray defeated Novak Djokovic for the first time in 2 years to win the ATP Montreal masters. In a brutal contest worthy of a major final the match went too and fro with a number of games going to several deuces. Murray took the first set 6-4 but Djokovic came straight back winning the first three games of the second eventually levelling the match taking the second set 6-4. Murray got the break at 2-1 in the final set, however was under serious pressure at 4-2 when Djokovic had seven break points during the game. Murray showed great character to see the game out and take the final set 6-3 to kick start his hard court season in the perfect way.



USPGA Gold Championsip at Whistling Straits, Kohler, Wisconsin


Jason Day (Australia) -20

Jordon Speith (USA) -17

Brandon Grace (South Africa) -15

Justin Rose (England) -14

Brooks Koepka (USA) -13

Anirban Lahiri (India) -13

Jason Day wins the USPGA Golf Major for 2015


WBC Super Flyweight Title at The Alberta Vega Chavez Baseball Park, Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico

Carlos Cuadris (Mexico) Beat Dixon Flore (Nicaragua) by KO in round 5

Still WBC Super Flyweigh Champion … Carlos Cuadris


Perth Masters Final at the HBF Stadium, Perth, Australia

First to 11

Phil Taylor (England) 11 James Wade (England) 7

Phil Taylor Wins the PDC Perth Masters


Rogers Cup Final At The Uniprix Stadium, Montreal, Canada

Andy Murray (Scotland) Beat Novak Djokovic (Serbia) 2-1 (6-4 4-6 6-3)

Andy Murray wins the Rogers Cup 2015


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