Answer: Mike Bryan and Jack Sock
Mike Bryan and Jack Sock tasted victory in the final game of the men's doubles 2018 Wimbledon championship. They overcame Raven Klaasen and Michael Venus to be crowned champions.
Answer: John Amaechi
Though Jason Collins later gained popularity for being the first active gay NBA player, John Amaechi, who played in the NBA from 1995 to 2003, came out in 2007, a whole six years before Collins did.
Answer: Jack Nicklaus
Jack Nicklaus, also known as "Golden Bear" is a former American professional golf player. He had such an outstanding career during his playing days. He won 18 major championships throughout his professional career.
Answer: Gilbert Arenas
Though Gilbert "Agent Zero" Arenas may never make the Hall of Fame, during the height of his career, he was absolutely impossible to defend.
Answer: Deion Sanders
"Neon" Deion Sanders lost the World Series as a member of the Atlanta Braves but won the Super Bowl twice playing with the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys.
The United States set a record in 1982 for being the first nation to lift the Fed Cup for 7 times in a row.
Answer: Marian de Swardt and David Adams
Marian de Swardt and David Adams, both South African nationals, were the winners of the 2000 French Open-mixed doubles championship. They defeated Rennae Stubbs and Todd Woodbridge in the final by a result of; 6-3, 3-6, and 6-3.
Answer: Ariya Jutanugarn
Ariya Jutanugarn was judged the 2018 winner of the LPGA Player of the Year Award.
Answer: Horton Smith
Former American golf player, Smith was also known as "The Joplin Ghost". He had a very impressive career, winning the 1934 and the 1936 Maters Tournament. He passed away in 1963.
Answer: Code Black
Beckham appeared as himself on a 2016 episode of the series "Code Black" entitled "Hail Mary".