James Corden enjoys a Honey Deuce cocktail as he watches the U.S. Open men’s final

British tennis player Emma Raducanu screamed to victory during the women’s final at the U.S. Open on Saturday.

And the following day, James Corden was spotted at the annual sporting event, watching Daniil Medvedev beat Novak Djokovic in the men’s final on Sunday.

The Late Late Show star, 43, could be seen sat courtside enjoying a Honey Deuce cocktail, which has become synonymous with the tennis tournament. 

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Game on! James Corden was spotted at the annual sporting event, watching Daniil Medvedev play Novak Djokovic in the men’s final on Sunday

The cocktail is a mixture of Grey Goose and Chambord and is topped with frozen honeydew melon balls for garnish, which James could be seen tucking into.

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James – who was in attendance with his wife Julia Carey – appeared in high spirits as he chatted to a member of staff on the court during a break.

Julia, 42, looked chic in a navy and white polka dot dress, while she wore her blonde locks tied back and sported a pair of black sunglasses. 

Chatty: The Late Late Show star, 43, could be seen sat courtside enjoying a Honey Deuce cocktail, which has become synonymous with the tennis tournament

Meanwhile, the British funnyman looked smart in a short-sleeved navy polo shirt, as he completemented his wife’s chic look.

Daniil Medvedev eventually took the win after three sets, beating one of the ‘Big Three’ Novak Djokovic in a sensational final.

Towards the end of the match,  Djokovic grew tearful and sobbed into his towel as they changed ends ahead of the 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 defeat. 

Medvedev’s win follows Raducanu’s Saturday night victory – as she achieved one of Britain’s greatest sporting triumphs, winning the US Open in a thrilling final to become the country’s first female Grand Slam champion in 44 years.

The 18-year-old from Kent fell to the ground and put her hands over her face after beating 19-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez, 6-4, 6-3, in front of an enthralled Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows.

Raducanu, who was sitting her A-levels earlier this year, became the first Brit to win a major since Virginia Wade at Wimbledon in 1977 and is the first qualifier to triumph in a Grand Slam, in either the men’s or women’s game.

Smashed it! Daniil Medvedev eventually took the win after three sets, beating one of the ‘Big Three’ Novak Djokovic in a sensational final

Golden girl: Medvedev’s win follows Raducanu’s Saturday night victory – as she achieved one of Britain’s greatest sporting triumphs