The Premier League's finale produced a day of goals, goodbyes but not much else as the table shook out much as expected. Manchester City took third, Liverpool finished fourth and Arsenal and Manchester United landed outside the Champions League places. Tottenham finished with a 7-1 win at Hull to ensure it ended up with the best attack, defense and top goalscorer after Harry Kane scored seven goals in his last two games to claim a second straight Golden Boot–much to his doubters' chagrin.
Boris Becker was the first to offer Novak Djokovic congratulations after the Serb announced that Andre Agassi will be coaching him during the French Open, which begins on 28 May. Djokovic has been without a coach since before the start of the Madrid Masters after he revealed that he will be parting ways with his entire coaching team, including his longtime coach Marian Vajda. The 30-year-old made it to the semi-finals in Madrid and the finals in the recently concluded Rome Masters, where he lost to 20-year-old Alexander Zverev in the finals.
ONE Championship CEO International Victor Cui has revealed why the Asian MMA promotion is not interested in UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor. The Irishman is arguably the biggest combat star in the world today but many eyebrows were raised when ONE chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong said the Singapore-based promotion would never put an offer in front of McGregor.