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Carlos Alcaraz makes history after beating both Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open

Carlos Alcaraz makes history after beating both Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the Madrid Open

The rise of Carlos Alcaraz continues to gain momentum after the teenager beat Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic over consecutive days at the Madrid Open. Alcaraz, who recently broke into the ATP top 10, has enjoyed a breakthrough 2022 that is showing no signs of slowing down.

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Banned from Wimbledon: Daniil Medvedev among several tennis stars set to be excluded over Russia war

Banned from Wimbledon: Daniil Medvedev among several tennis stars set to be excluded over Russia war

World No. 2 Daniil Medvedev is among a host of tennis stars set to be banned from Wimbledon due to the war in Ukraine involving Russia. All players from Russia and Belarus, a Moscow ally which has supported the war, will be excluded from the June Grand Slam, the All England Club announced Wednesday, confirming an earlier report by The New York Times.

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Will Smith wins Oscar for 'King Richard' role; what other sports movies have won Academy Awards?

Will Smith wins Oscar for 'King Richard' role; what other sports movies have won Academy Awards?

Films about sports are not often rewarded at the Academy Awards. It is rare that they are nominated for the top honors, and even rarer still that they win. But this year, one of the top sports films of the year was up for several Oscars.

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'I have no words': Tennis world left stunned by Ash Barty retirement announcement

'I have no words': Tennis world left stunned by Ash Barty retirement announcement

The tennis world has been left in total shock at the news of Ashy Barty’s retirement. Less than three months after being crowned Australian Open champion, Barty called time on her career at the age of 25.

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Emma Raducanu injury worries grow amid latest tournament withdrawal

Emma Raducanu injury worries grow amid latest tournament withdrawal

Emma Raducanu has pulled out of a WTA tournament in Monterrey next week and could potentially miss out on the Indian Wells event in March. The reigning US Open champion suffered an injury to her left leg during her shock defeat to Australian Daria Saville in Guadalajara earlier this week.

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