• Australia all-rounder Ellyse Perry became the first cricketer of either gender to reach the rare milestone of scoring 1000 runs and taking 100 wickets in the T20 format.
  •  Soccer body CONMEBOL suspended Lionel Messi from international matches for three months because of accusations of corruption he made at the latest Copa America.
      • Formula One Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton hunted down Max Verstappen to win the Hungarian Grand Prix for a record-extending seventh time and surge 62 points clear in the championship standings.
      • India’s Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty scripted a piece of history by breaching the ‘Chinese Wall’ of reigning World champions Li Jun Hui and Liu Yu Chen,with a victory in the men’s doubles final of the Thailand Open badminton championship in Bangkok.
      •  Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has been named as Professional Cricketers Association's Player of the month of July 2019.
      • South African bowler Dale Steyn has announced his retirement from Test cricket. Dale Steyn has played 93 Tests for South Africa, finishing with 439 wickets, the most in the long format by a south african bowler. 
      • Vinesh Phogat won gold in women’s 53kg category at Poland Open wrestling tournament in Warsaw.
      • German cancer researcher Fiona Kolbinger won the mixed annual 4,000 km (2,485 miles) cycling Transcontinental Race from Burgas in Bulgaria to Brest in France.
      • Australia’s reigning world-champion hurdler Sally Pearson announced her surprise retirement due to injury. 
      • The World Archery (WA) has suspended the Archery Association of India for violating its guidelines. 
      • Australia's Nick Kyrgios kept his composure and captured the ATP Washington Open title, defeating Russia's 10th-ranked Daniil Medvedev. 
      • Legendary Uruguay striker Diego Forlan has announced his retirement from professional football. 
      • The Cricket Australia has announced new transgender inclusive policy. This policy will enable transgender players to play the game of cricket at the highest levels. 
      • The Board Of Control For Cricket In India has agreed to come under the ambit of the National Anti-Doping Agency. 
      • Rafael Nadal wins in Montreal to win 35th Masters crown. He defeated Russian Daniil Medvedev by 6-3, 6-0.
      • Chennai Lions wins the Ultimate Table Tennis league. They defeated Dabang Delhi in the finals by 8-1.
      • Bajrang Punia wins gold at Tbilisi Grand Prix held in Tbilisi, Georgia. He defeated Iran’s Peiman Bibyani by 2-0 in the 65 kg final of the men’s freestyle competition.
      • Indian Badminton star Sourabh Verma clinched the Men's Singles title in the Hyderabad Open.
      • Aishwarya Pissay made history by becoming the first Indian to win a world title in motorsports as she won the FIM World Cup in women’s category after the final round of the championship in Varpalota, Hungary.
      • Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu wins Rogers Cup tennis tournament 2019 held in Toronto, Canada. 
      • The Netherlands' most-capped player Wesley Sneijder announced his retirement from football. 
      • Cricket will come back to the Commonwealth Games (CWG) roster for the 1st time since 1998 in Kuala Lumpur, with the inclusion of women’s T20 for the 2022 edition in Birmingham.
      • Simone Biles makes history with a never-before-seen “triple-double” floor exercise landing. She performed the landing featuring "two flips and three twists" in U.S. Gymnastics Championships held in Kansas City. 
      •  Liverpool defeated Chelsea in the finals to win UEFA Super Cup held in Istanbul. The match ended in draw with score 2-2 following the extra time. 
      • Deepak Punia won the gold medal at the Junior World Championships held in Talinn, Estonia. He defeated Russia's Alik Shebzukov to win the 86 kg junior freestyle title.
      • Former all-rounder Ravi Shashtri has been appointed as the head coach of Indian cricket team for another two years. 
      • Indian cyclists team have won the gold medal in the Team Sprint event at World Junior Track Cycling Championships held in Frankfurt, Germany. Indian team comprised of Esow Alben, Ronaldo Singh and Rojit Singh.
      •  India has won the inaugural T20 Physical Disability World Cricket Series 2019 held in England. India defeated England by 36 runs in the finals to win the title. 
      • Indian sprinters Hima Das and Mohammad Anas have won a gold medal and Nirmal Tom clinched a bronze medal in 300m races at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter event. 
      • India have won the gold medal at the Under 12 Asian Tennis Team championship held in Kazakhstan. India defeated Chinese Taipei in the summit clash to win the title.
      • Australian player Marnus Labuschagne has become the 1st Concussion Substitute player in the history of International cricket.  A Concussion Replacement Request is the notification made to the ICC Match Referee in accordance with the process set out by ICC. 
      • Former Australian pace bowler Mitchell Johnson has been elected as an Honorary Life Member of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
      • Former Chelsea, Arsenal and England football player Ashley Cole aged 38, announced his retirement from football. He was ending his 20-year playing career.
      • Former India paceman Shanthakumaran Sreesanth’s life ban has been reduced to 7 years. This order was passed by BCCI Ombudsman, Justice (Retd.) DK Jain. 
      •  Indian Para Swimmer Satendra Singh Lohia has become the first Asian swimmer to cross the Catalina Channel of America. Satendra holds the Asian record of crossing both theEnglish and Catalina channels.
      • Former Indian opener Vikram Rathour appointed as team India's new batting coach. He will replace Sanjay Bangar
      • The Indian team of Sukhbeer Singh, Sangampreet Singh Bisla and Tushar Phadtare clinched a bronze medal in the junior compound men's team event in the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid, Spain. 
      • Ace Indian shuttler PV Sindhu has won the World Championships title defeating Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in the final at Basel, Switzerland. Sindhu defeated her Japanese opponent Nozomi Okuhara to 21-7, 21-7.
      •  In football, Gokulam Kerala FC won the 129th Durand Cup, defeating heavyweights Mohun Bagan 2-1 at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata.
      •  Spain motorcycle racer, Alex Rins of the Team SUZUKI ECSTAR has won the British Grand Prix. 
      • India's Komalika Bari became recurve cadet world champion at the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid, Spain. 
      • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched redevelopment project of the 200-year-old Sri Krishna temple in Manama, Bahrain. 
      • Indian team created history by winning one gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the world's biggest international vocational skill competition, 45th WorldSkills Kazan 2019, Russia.
      • A mobile app was launched to help para-athletes to look up accessible places in Tokyo during their visit to the city for the 2020 Paralympics Games. The application  "IndTokyo" which was launched by Arhan Bagati, Awareness and Impact Ambassador of Paralympic Committee of India, at the 'Countdown to Tokyo 2020'.
      •  Abhishek Verma won the gold medal and Saurabh Chaudhary won the bronze medal, in a dominant display by Indian shooters in the men's 10m air pistol event.
      • Indian sprinter VK Vismaya clinch the gold medal in the 400m run at the International Athletic Meeting - Josef Seckar Memorial (MJS) in Brno, Czech Republic. She produced her personal best timing of 52.12s to clinch the gold medal.