What an incredible day of sport Sunday was.
It was definitely worthy of comparison to Super Saturday in the London Olympics.
There will have been plenty of arguments in houses across the country about what to watch and for me, I had Wimbledon on the TV and the Scottish Open golf on my phone!
Even though Roger Federer lost, it still felt as if you were watching another chapter in the story of one of the best athletes of all time.
To be playing like he is at the age of 37 is amazing.
Novak Djokovic may yet get past him in terms of Grand Slams but, as I’ve written in the column before, it’s not just bare statistics that determine who the greatest is.
Longevity definitely comes into it – and let’s see if Djokovic is still playing in Wimbledon finals at 37.
I know that not everyone would have been getting excited about what was happening at The Renaissance because the big names weren’t at the top of the leaderboard. But the Scottish Open play-off was still edge-of-the-seat stuff.
I must admit cricket is one of the few sports I haven’t tried and I don’t understand the finer details!
But what a finish. If that was your favourite sport, you’ll probably never see another game like it.
During all that drama, I must admit I’d forgotten that the Tour de France was on.
The coverage in the media seems to have fallen off a cliff.
It’s a shame a sport that back in the day had achieved mainstream appeal has gone back to being followed by the hardcore who have always loved it and always will.
One of the reasons has to be the ongoing drug abuse allegations.
It’s a real shame but totally understandable.
* The golfer Matt Wallace has taken a lot of flak for an incident with his caddy a few weeks ago, with the high profile coach Pete Cowen saying he should have got a ban.
I think that is over the top.
There is no doubt that a top level golfer and his caddy are a ‘team’. And no two teams are the same.
In an ideal world you like each other in a team sport but it’s not the most important thing. Supporting each other is.
It’s entirely up to the player how he treats his caddy and it’s entirely up the caddy whether he is willing to take abuse from the player.
If it was me, I know wouldn’t take it.
But Wallace’s caddy might have a different abuse threshold!