For someone who regards technological gizmos such as HawkEye the way a Ukipper might view an immigration advice centre financed by the European Development Fund, it has been a landmark few days for Roger Federer.
Bayern Munich clinched their fifth European Cup despite the absence of arguably their most talented footballer.
Delirium will overcome the owners of either Watford or Crystal Palace at Wembley on Monday although, even as emotion erupts all around, the victorious could be forgiven for skulking to the back of the royal box to pinch themselves over what is to come.
Mercedes and Pirelli face punishment from the FIA after conducting an unauthorised tyre testing session after the Spanish Grand Prix two weeks ago.
Arjen Robben received text messages of congratulations from his former Chelsea team-mates John Terry and Frank Lampard after achieving personal redemption in a major final with the late winner that secured Bayern Munich's fifth European Cup.
League and Cup doubles are supposed to be hard won but Neil Lennon completed his first in three years as Celtic manager with minimal stress.
The women's club game was restored to its default setting as Arsenal, after failing for the first time in seven seasons to reach the 2012 FA Cup final, lifted the trophy for the sixth time in eight years and the 12th time in all.
When I was 22, I realised how great gold looked at the beach.
Liverpool loanee Dani Pacheco was on the scoresheet again in Spain this weekend.
Federico Macheda will hope to play a role in the German Cup final next Saturday; where VfB Stuttgart are all that stand in the way of a historic treble.