THREE EVENTS YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS NEXT MONTH TV TV

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Ten­nis

US Open, Aug 31-Sept 13

The spot­light shines on Ser­ena Wil­liams’s quest for a record­e­qualling 24th grand slam at the first ma­jor since lock­down. Miss­ing the top-ranked Ash­leigh Barty and Si­mona Halep, and last year’s cham­pion Bianca An­dreescu, it could be a first-time cham­pion if Wil­liams falls short.

Ama­zon Prime.

Foot­ball

WSL re­turns, Sept 5-6

Manch­ester City have shown their in­tent in the trans­fer mar­ket af­ter los­ing out on the ti­tle to Chelsea on a points-per-game ba­sis. Among the new ar­rivals is US World Cup win­ner Rose Lavelle, who was named third best player at last sum­mer’s tour­na­ment. City be­gin their cam­paign at newly pro­moted As­ton Villa, while reign­ing cham­pi­ons Chelsea start their sea­son with a trip to Manch­ester United.

FA Player. BT Sport. BBC red but­ton

Golf

ANA In­spi­ra­tion, Sept 10-13

Post­poned from March, the 49th

ANA will go ahead at Mis­sion Hills Coun­try Club, where South Korea’s Ko Jin-young, the 2019 LPGA Player of the Year, is the de­fend­ing cham­pion. Fol­low­ing world No 304 Sophia Popov’s shock win at the AIG Women’s Open at Royal Troon, will the sec­ond ma­jor of the year throw up an­other sur­prise?

Sky Sports.

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