And time now for "This Week in Sports" and so joining us in the studio is our sports editor Paul Neat.
Paul, let's begin with football. Son Heung-min has been named in the Rest of the World 11 by media outlet "Sport 360." What can you tell us about that?
Yes, Son Heung-min has been named in Sport 360's "Rest of the World 11".He is joined by Mohamed Salah of Liverpool as one of three Premier League players, Son of course shared the Premier League Golden Boot with Salah last season.
Lionel Messi is there too but there's no place for his Paris Saint Germain teammate Neymar.
Sport 360 has selected two teams, one made up of the best-performing players from Europe and one of the top performers from the rest of the world.
In a 4-2-3-1 formation, Son is the lone striker and makes it in as the only Asian player.
Son and his club side Tottenham Hotspur are due in South Korea next week for the friendly match on July 13th with Team K League, an all-star team of players in Korea's domestic league the K League.
It is the first such match since 2019 when a K League 11 took on Juventus in July of that year.
Spurs also play Spanish side Sevilla in Suwon on Saturday 16th July.
And both of those Tottenham games sold out within a matter of hours too. Moving onto baseball now. A home run for Choi Ji-man. He's having quite the season after an injury-plagued 2021.
Yes, afirst home run in 15 days for Choi Ji-man helped the Tampa Bay Rays onto a third straight win.
The South Korean first baseman batted 3-for-5 with a home run and an RBI, as the Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3 at Rogers Centre in Toronto on Sunday local time.
Choi got a two-out single at the top of the first inning against Toronto starter Ross Stripling.
In the fifth inning was where his home run came, off new pitcher Trent Thornton.
With a count of oh-and-one, Choi turned on an inside slider and drove the ball just over the right-field wall for a single-run homer to give Tampa Bay a 5-1 lead.
The Rays managed six runs on seven hits, including three home runs, in that inning, their biggest inning so far in 2022.
Choi grounded out to shortstop in the seventh but doubled in the ninth for his fourth three-hit game of the season.
It was Chois first home run since June 18th but the seventh of the season in 56 games.
Elsewhere in MLB, Kim Ha-seong also hit a home run over the weekend his fifth of the season.
Kim's a two-run homer came in the Pittsburgh Pirates' 4-2 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It was his first since May 13th and with that Sundaywas the first time this season that two South Koreans hit homers on the same day.
To domestic baseball now. Park Yong-taek has finally been able to say goodbye to LG Twins fans after a long career.
Yes, he has. Park Yong-taek retired in 2020 but due to the pandemic, wasn't able to say goodbye properly.
He had spent 19 professional seasons with the Twins after joining in 2002.
During that time, he played 2-thousand 2-hundred-and-36 games for the team with a batting average of point-3-zero-8.
He recorded 2,5-hundred-and-four hits, 213 home runs, 1,192 RBIs, 1,259 runs, and 313 steals.
He was the first player to reach 200 home runs and 300 steals and to have a point-3-hundred batting average for 10 straight years.
Needless to say, Park is a KBO legend.
At Jamsil Baseball Stadium in Seoul on Sunday, Park said that the only regret he has was not winning the Korean Series with the Twins.
But, was able to retire having felt the love of the Twins fans.
What a career he had. To tennis next. It's Wimbledon and Novak Djokovic is through to the quarterfinals.
He is and will take on 20-year-old Jannik Sinner of Italy on Tuesday.
Sinner was born in 2001 meaning that by the time he was in elementary school, Djokovic had already won his first Grand Slam - the 2008 Australian Open.
Djokovic earned his spot in the quarters thanks to a win overTim van Rijthoven of the Netherlands in Sunday's Round of 16 winning 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.
Sinner beat Spain's Carlos Alcaraz Garfia on Saturday 6-1, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3.
Meanwhile, Germany's Tatjana Maria is through to the women's quarterfinals to become the first mother of two to reach that stage at Wimbledon.
The 34-year-old returned to the sport last July after her second maternity break and said she "did everything to live her dreams" to reach a Grand Slam quarterfinal for the first time in her career.
To make it to the quarters, Maria beat Jelena Ostapenko two sets to one in the Round of 16.
The world number 103 will face fellow German Jule Niemeier on Tuesday who is ranked 97th.
Alright, thanks for that wrap-up Paul. We'll see you next week.