• In Football, Liverpool breezed past Tottenham at Madrid to win the Champions League for the sixth time.
  • The Indian junior women's hockey team clinched the Cantor Fitzgerald U21 International 4-Nations title after beating Ireland 1-0 in the final at Dublin, Ireland.
  • Third seed Sidharth Rawat defeated Rio Noguchi of Japan to clinch his maiden title in the$25,000 ITF men’s Futures tennis tournament. The tournament was held in Thailand.
  • Sunil Chhetri became the most capped India player by surpassing Bhaichung Bhutia's 107 international matches
  • The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is the 8th edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial international football championship contested by the women's national teams between 7 June and 7 July 2019.The Championship will be held in nine cities across France.
  • In French Open Tennis, Australian Ashleigh Barty won her first Grand Slam singles title after easing past Czech teenager Marketa Vondrousova in straight sets in the women’s final.
  • In the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Men’s Hockey Series Finals match played at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar, Japan defeated Mexico by a goal margin of 3-1.
  • Mercedes Driver Lewis Hamilton secures a record-breaking seventh win at the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix after Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) was penalised for dangerous driving.
  • Serbia’s Novak Djokovic has topped in the recently released ATP Rankings. Rafael Nadal who has recently won the 12th Roland Garros title is at 2nd position. 
  • Virat Kohli, ranked 100th, remains the sole Indian in the Forbes list of world’s highest-paid athletes with estimated annual earnings of $25 million. The list is headed by Barcelona and Argentina football superstar Lionel Messi.
  • The IAAF Council approved the global governing body’s new name and logo at the 217th IAAF Council Meeting in Monaco.The athletics body’s new name, ‘World Athletics’, builds upon the organization’s restructuring and governance reform agenda of the past four years to represent a modern, more creative and positive face for the sport.
  • The Indian football team remained static at 101st place in the FIFA rankings. India had finished third in the King’s Cup in Thailand. 
  • Peter Gilchrist of Singapore defeated India’s Sourav Kothari (Kolkata) to win the 2019 Pacific International Billiards Championship at the Yarraville Club in Melbourne, Australia.
  • In the FIH Men's Series Finals, India defeated South Africa by 5 goals to one in a summit clash at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
  •  Indian men's recurve team bagged a silver medal in the Archery World Championshipsat Den Bosch in The Netherlands, thus ending India's campaign with one silver and two bronze medals in the Championships.
  • Joshna Chinappa made a record for the most number of national titles after beating her Tamil Nadu state-mate Sunayna Kuruvilla.
  • Gary Woodland won the 119th US Open, capturing his first Major title after defeating two-time defending champion Brook Koepka.
  • Annu Rani won the women’s javelin bronze in the 58th Ostrava Golden Spike athletics meet, an IAAF World Challenge event.
  •  India's ace cueist Pankaj Advani has clinched the 35th men's Asian Snooker Championship held in Doha.
  •  The International Olympic Committee (IOC) lifted the sanctions imposed on India to host international sporting events.
  • India's gymnast Pranati Nayak has won a bronze medal in the vault event at the Senior Asian Artistic Championships. The championship was held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
  • The spanish footballer Fernando Torres who was a part of 2010 World Cup Winning Team of Spain has announced his retirement from football.
  •  The Indian women's rugby team have claimed a historic first ever international Rugby 15s victory. They defeated Singapore with a score of 21-19.
  • Ashleigh Barty becomes world No.1 women tennis player after winning the Birmingham Classic by defeating Julia Goerges by 6-3, 7-5. 
  • The Indian women’s hockey team have won the FIH Series Finals after defeating Japan.The team rose to a victory with a score of 3-1. The series was held in Japan.The best player title was clinched by Rani Rampal. With the win, India has secured their place in the final round of the 2020 Olympics qualifiers.
  • The International Olympic Committee has formally opened new headquarters in Switzerland exactly 125 years after the Olympic Games were revived.
  • Mercedes Driver Lewis Hamilton wins France Grand Prix 2019. This is his sixth triumph in eight races in this season.
  • Former England batsman Marcus Trescothick is to retire from professional cricket. Trescothick, 43, played 76 Tests for England between 2000 and 2006 and scored 5,825 runs at an average of 43.79.
  • Virat Kohli becomes the fastest cricketer to score 20,000 international runs. He took just 417 innings to reach the milestone and bettered the time taken by legends such as Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara.