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Nadal pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

World No.3 Rafael Nadal has decided to pull out of this month’s Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympic Games. Nadal won the Wimbledon titles in 2008

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Own goal for Pique in wake of Super League volte-face

Two-faced former Barcelona Soccer Legend Gerard Pique, now front man, founder and president of Kosmos Holding was quick to jump on the bandwagon in the

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French Open ‘delayed a week’

The French Open is set to be moved back week because of the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in France. French sports magazine L’Equipe says the news

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Report: Zverev pulled from Marbella to visit new-born

Alexander Zverev has been pictured in Berlin strolling with ex-girlfriend Brenda Patea, sparking a report that he has finally met his daughter Mayla, born on March

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Three way copycat plan for Wimbledon 2021

As Tennis Australia prepares to welcome 25-30,000 fans per day split into three zones, each with a covered court in just over a weeks time

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“Gutted” Andy Murray out of Australian Open

Despite being “in constant dialogue”  with Tennis Australia since testing positive at his London home two days before he was due to board a charter

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Brit Heather Watson caught in COVID lockdown

At least 47 players planning to compete in the 2021 edition of the Australian Open in Melbourne starting on 8 February are now facing just

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23 more players in lockdown as Melbourne crisis spreads

Covid complications are beginning to mount as a Greek news source revealed that one un-named passenger on Abu Dhabi to Melbourne flight  EY8004  has tested

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Wimbledon to receive massive pandemic insurance payout

Wimbledon chiefs are set to receive a payout of more than £174 million ($230m) from insurers to cover losses from the COVID-19 pandemic. The figure,