In a way, Pat Perez and Tiger Woods have taken opposite paths. While the former has thrived, earning a long-awaited second PGA Tour win and then soaking up the Hawaii sun, following a debilitating injury, Woods has crumbled in his comeback. Perez is pretty much always candid and that’s not exempted when he talks about Woods. The 14-time major champion recently suffered his greatest setback yet, withdrawing from scheduled starts at the Genesis Open and Honda Classic and cancelling a press conference ahead of the Genesis Open as doctors advised him to “just stay horizontal.” In light of these recent events, Perez weighed in on Tiger on “Out of Bounds” – The SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio show he co-hosts
Novak Djokovic was given a stern telling-off by his wife Jelena after failing to thank her for filming his practice session on Facebook Live. The former world number one was preparing for his upcoming involvement in the BNP Paribas Open whilst his wife, Jelena, filmed his practice session at court side. "No, I like to take the camera, it’s nice," Djokovic says as he takes the phone from Jelena.
Coming off her third consecutive world championship in slalom, U.S. skier Mikaela Shiffrin still hasn’t had time to fully appreciate the records she continues to break. Her victory in St. Moritz on Saturday marked the first time in 78 years that a woman has won the slalom at three consecutive worlds. She joins Germany’s Christl Cranz (1937-39) as the only women to complete the three-peat in the discipline. “The three gold medals it feels more like a label, like a definition,” the 21-year-old from Colorado said Wednesday in an interview by phone with USA TODAY Sports. “It doesn’t feel like something that actually happened.” Shiffrin compared the moment of winning her third slalom gold at worlds