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Great Britain and Serbia have been awarded wildcards into next year's Davis Cup Finals.It means neither team will be involved in the qualifying round in March.Serbia, featuring world number one Novak Djokovic, lost to Croatia in the semi-finals this year, while GB were beaten by Germany in the last eight."Securing the number one in the world in our Finals, sporting…
Daniil Medvedev put the Russian Tennis Federation into the Davis Cup final with a dominant win over Germany's Jan-Lennard Struff in Madrid.In the best-of-three semi-final, world number two Medvedev won 6-4 6-4 to give the Russians a 2-0 lead after Andrey Rublev thrashed Dominik Koepfer.World number five Rublev needed just 49 minutes to win 6-4 6-0 in the opener.US Open…

Davis Cup: Novak Djokovic and Serbia lose to Croatia in Madrid

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Friday, 03 December 2021 13:38
Novak Djokovic could not prevent Serbia missing out on the Davis Cup final after he and Filip Krajinovic lost in the decisive doubles against Croatia.Djokovic beat former US Open champion Marin Cilic in the singles, levelling the semi-final tie after Croatia's Borna Gojo won against Dusan Lajovic.Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic, the world number ones, put Croatia into the final…
The Russian Tennis Federation claimed the last spot in the Davis Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 victory over Sweden.World number five Andrey Rublev overcame a second-set wobble to beat Elias Ymer 6-2 5-7 7-6 (7-3) in Madrid on Thursday.US Open champion Daniil Medvedev then beat Ymer's younger brother Mikael 6-4 6-4 to wrap up the tie without needing to play…

Steve Simon: Who is the WTA boss taking on China?

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Thursday, 02 December 2021 12:02
The first words of the brief profile page about Steve Simon in his organisation's media handbook are quite telling."From day one ... an instigator of change".The chief executive of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) has been widely praised for putting principles above pockets in suspending all of its tournaments in China amid concern for Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai.And maybe…
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Soccer

Follow LIVE: Rangnick era begins at Man United

Follow LIVE: Rangnick era begins at Man United

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American Marsch out after five months at Leipzig

American Marsch out after five months at Leipzig

American coach Jesse Marsch is out at RB Leipzig after just five months in charge of the Bundesliga...

Rangnick wants to help Man United regain 'control' of games

Rangnick wants to help Man United regain 'control' of games

Ralf Rangnick said one word again and again at Old Trafford on Friday as he was presented as Manches...

Basketball

DeRozan, Bulls hand Nets 'bad, tough loss'

DeRozan, Bulls hand Nets 'bad, tough loss'

NEW YORK -- With DeMar DeRozan drawing James Harden and Kevin Durant with him on a drive into the pa...

Bulls' Green positive, joins White in protocols

Bulls' Green positive, joins White in protocols

The Chicago Bulls, who played the Hornets on Monday, saw Javonte Green test positive for COVID-19 on...

Baseball

Matsuzaka 'content' to retire, surprised by Ichiro

Matsuzaka 'content' to retire, surprised by Ichiro

Daisuke Matsuzaka brought his 23-year professional baseball career to a close Saturday in a ceremony...

It's time to -- finally! -- put Minnie Minoso in the Hall of Fame

It's time to -- finally! -- put Minnie Minoso in the Hall of Fame

As much as it might feel like it, the baseball world has not completely shut down. While the thrilli...

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