Australian Open: Roger Federer saves 7 match points. Now Novak Djokovic is up next.

Federer has won six titles at Melbourne Park and never lost there to anyone ranked worse than 54th. But Sandgren, whose career tour-level record is under .500, played superbly. He won more points, 161-160, and produced edges of 27-5 in aces, 73-44 in total winners.

Australian Open: Steady Rafael Nadal beats animated Nick Kyrgios

The show must go on, though, and Nadal generated three break points in the first game of the second set. Kyrgios erased the first with a 132 mph ace. The second vanished amid some of his typical outrageousness: Kyrgios chased down a lob and, back to the net, flicked the ball through his legs to […]

Halep says foot injury improving as tennis remains on hold

The Romanian star had barely wrapped up a victory at the WTA tournament in Dubai in February when she pulled out of the following tournament in Doha with the injury, which an MRI showed to be tendinitis and inflammation.

Austalian Open: No. 1 Rafael Nadal upset by Dominic Thiem in quarterfinals

Nadal was flustered by a warning from chair umpire Aurelie Tourte for a time violation, citing him for taking more than the allotted 25 seconds before serving. Nadal termed the call “amazing,” complaining that the previous point was comprised of an exhausting 19 shots and so the clock shouldn’t have started when it did (something […]

Coronavirus: Australian COVID-19 vaccine to be tested

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said authorities will watch carefully and will “pull the emergency brake” if the virus makes a comeback. British government officials, beset with a rising death toll of more than 7000, said there is little chance the nationwide lockdown there will be eased when its current period ends next week.

Australian cruise ship carrying British passengers is stranded off Uruguay with nearly half of those on board testing positive for coronavirus – and six in a ‘life-threatening’ condition

This would require passengers to disembark in three groups: those who had tested negative and were well, those who were positive but either recovering or with vague symptoms; and those who are sick.

Elise Mertens talks about life in lockdown, keeping fit, US Open doubles success and Kim Clijsters’ comeback

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5G phones 2019 revealed – you need THESE handsets for a fast internet upgrade

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Edition – releasing “early summer” Samsung Galaxy Fold – releasing April 26 (US) / May 3 (Europe) Huawei Mate X – releasing summer 2019 Honor (name TBC) – 2019 OnePlus (name TBC) – prototype revealed at MWC 2019 in late February Oppo (name TBC) – 2019 Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G […]

ICC World Cup 2019: Henry knows how dangerous West Indies can be but backs New Zealand to deal with threat

He said: “It was just a warm-up game so I’m not too worried but every game is important in a World Cup. Especially with the format the way it is, it will be a good challenge. It’s a new venue, we go to Manchester and it’s going to be another great contest.

Budget 2019 | The Har Ghar Jal scheme could be Modi’s ticket to 2024

There are many problems in front of the government and they appear insurmountable at the moment — but, if the Centre finds a way to keep its promise, it will be nothing short of a miracle. It will be a much bigger achievement than what it has done under Swachh Bharat, and it will have […]