THREE EVENTS YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS IN MONTH AHEAD

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Arse­nal v Tot­ten­ham

FA Cup quar­ter-fi­nal, Sept 26

In their first match since pulling off the coup of the sum­mer trans­fer win­dow in sign­ing global su­per­star Alex Mor­gan, joint man­agers Karen Hills and Juan Amoros lead their Tot­ten­ham side into new ter­ri­tory on Satur­day. Spurs are through to the last eight of the FA Cup for the first time in their his­tory and face the daunt­ing task of 14-time cham­pi­ons and ri­vals Arse­nal at Meadow Park.

The 2019-20 com­pe­ti­tion was post­poned in Fe­bru­ary, due to Covid, but will reach its cli­max with the fi­nal sched­uled on Nov 1. TV: BBC Two.

French Open

Sept 27-Oct 11

Just two weeks af­ter the cur­tain came down on the US Open, the world’s best play­ers – mi­nus a couple of stel­lar names – head to Paris for the fi­nal ma­jor of what has been a turbulent year. Pushed back from its orig­i­nal May date, and mi­nus US Open cham­pion Naomi Osaka and reign­ing cham­pion and world No 1 Ash Barty, Si­mona Halep is favourite with the book­ies as she looks to re­peat her 2018 suc­cess.

TV: Ama­zon Prime.

PGA Cham­pi­onship

Oct 8-11

Aron­imink Golf Club in New­town Square, Penn­syl­va­nia, stages the third ma­jor of this year in the LPGA’s re­con­fig­ured sched­ule. Australia’s Han­nah Green is the de­fend­ing cham­pion af­ter deny­ing Park

Sung-hyun back-to-back PGA ti­tles by one shot at Hazel­tine last June. Mel Reid, who achieved a best ma­jor fin­ish with a third place last sum­mer, will be one of the Bri­tons to watch fol­low­ing a de­cent show­ing at the Port­land Clas­sic, where she lost out to English com­pa­triot Ge­or­gia Hall. TV: Sky Sports.

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