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Up to 20,000 spectators to attend French Open each day
Up to 20,000 spectators to attend French Open each day

The French Open will allow up to 20,000 people to attend each day of this year's tournament despite the coronavirus pandemic, organisers announced on Thursday. The French Tennis Federation (FFT) also said that up to 10,000 people would be able to watch the finals and that it may increase the capacity should the situation with COVID-19 continue to improve in France. The clay-court Grand Slam event is set to start on September 27 and finish on October 11, with tickets to go on sale for the general public on July 16.

French Open to allow fans in stands at the tournament

The French Open will allow fans to attend this year's postponed tournament. The French Tennis Federation said Thursday up to 60% of the stands can be filled with fans when play starts in September at Roland Garros. Tickets will go on sale on July 16 for the Sept. 27-Oct. Oct. 11 tournament.

Novak Djokovic and his wife test negative for coronavirus
Novak Djokovic and his wife test negative for coronavirus

Novak Djokovic and his wife have tested negative for the coronavirus, his media team said Thursday, 10 days after announcing they had contracted the disease. The top-ranked player tested positive for the virus after playing in an exhibition series he organized in Serbia and Croatia amid the pandemic. No social distancing was observed at the matches in Belgrade and Zadar, Croatia.

Up to 60% of usual capacity will be allowed to attend 2020 French Open, say organisers

Up to 60% of the usual capacity will be allowed inside the Roland Garros grounds for the 2020 edition of the French Open amid the COVID-19 crisis, organisers said on Thursday. French federation president Bernard Giudicelli told a news conference that on the main courts, a maximum of four people could sit together with an empty seat between groups. Giudicelli explained that it meant about 20,000 spectators are expected during the early stages of the two-week claycourt Grand Slam, and about 10,000 on the day of the final.

Djokovic, his wife test negative for coronavirus
Djokovic, his wife test negative for coronavirus

Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena, who last week both tested positive for coronavirus following his exhibition tournament in the Balkans, have now tested negative, his press service said Thursday. The couple had been self isolating since returning to Belgrade from Zadar in Croatia, the town which hosted the second leg of Djokovic's ill-fated Adria Tour. Four players -- Djokovic, Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric and Viktor Troicki -- tested positive for the virus after the event which saw little social distancing and packed stands.

The Tennis Podcast: Boris Becker shocks the world at the age of 17
The Tennis Podcast: Boris Becker shocks the world at the age of 17

'If he serves like that, he'll win Wimbledon'. Those were the words of World No.10 Johan Kriek in 1985, after he had just been beaten in straight sets by a 17-year-old German tennis player called Boris Becker in the Queen's Club final. In the latest daily Tennis Podcast, during what would have been Wimbledon fortnight, Becker's run to the Wimbledon title is re-lived. The team talk to Kriek about why he was so convinced about his opponent's credentials, to Kevin Curren who Becker beat in the Wimbledon, and to Stefan Edberg, so long Becker's rival.

Novak Djokovic and his wife test negative for coronavirus
Novak Djokovic and his wife test negative for coronavirus

Novak Djokovic and his wife have tested negative for the coronavirus, his media team said Thursday, 10 days after announcing they had contracted the disease. The top-ranked player tested positive for the virus after playing in an exhibition series he organized in Serbia and Croatia amid the pandemic. No social distancing was observed at the matches in Belgrade and Zadar, Croatia.

Djokovic donates 40,000 euros to Serbian town hit hard by virus
Djokovic donates 40,000 euros to Serbian town hit hard by virus

Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic, who last week tested positive for coronavirus, donated more than 40,000 euros ($45,000) to a Serbian town badly affected by the pandemic, local media reported Wednesday. The 33-year-old Djokovic donated the money to Novi Pazar, in Serbia's southwest, to help it fight a growing outbreak of the disease, the SportKlub TV sports channel reported. After restricting the first outbreak of COVID-19 in early May, Serbia is now reporting a fresh surge, logging more than 200 cases daily recently compared to around 50 a month ago.

Big-serving Murray upbeat as he plans for return
Big-serving Murray upbeat as he plans for return

Andy Murray says he is serving at full throttle again as he bids to rebuild his injury-ravaged career when tennis returns after the coronavirus shutdown. The three-time Grand Slam champion played his first tournament since last November at the Battle of the Brits event last week. Murray, who is set to return to action at the Washington Open in mid-August, is planning to play both the Grand Slam events.

Analysis: No Wimbledon, jumbled season and
Analysis: No Wimbledon, jumbled season and 'Big 4' legacies

It's a complete guessing game, but it's still fun to discuss: Will the legacies of the four most prominent and successful tennis players of today - and maybe ever - be affected by the coronavirus-interrupted 2020 season? Williams owns 23 Grand Slam singles titles, the most in the professional era. Federer has a men's-record 20, Nadal 19 and Djokovic 17; no other man has more than 14.

Tennis Podcast - Bjorn Borg: It was the worst minute of my life - an hour later it was the best
Tennis Podcast - Bjorn Borg: It was the worst minute of my life - an hour later it was the best

It is 40 years since Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe played out the most famous, memorable tie-break in tennis history. McEnroe won it 18-16, to level the Wimbledon men's singles final at two sets all, but Borg went on to win the match. In the latest edition of Wimbledon Re-Lived from The Tennis Podcast, Borg describes the 34th point of that tie-break as "the worst minute of my tennis life". "I was sitting there thinking that I've had seven match points and now I'm sitting here and I have to play one set more - I can't believe it. So that was the worst minute of my tennis life. One hour later was the best," he said.

Djokovic event lacked bit of common sense, says Amritraj
Djokovic event lacked bit of common sense, says Amritraj

Novak Djokovic's intentions in organising the ill-fated Adria Tour were good but the world number one could have applied a bit more common sense to how the exhibition event was run, former ATP players' council head Vijay Amritraj has told Reuters. The Serbian has faced fierce criticism after he, Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric and Viktor Troicki contracted COVID-19 following the charity event in Serbia and Croatia. Indian Amritraj told Reuters that while the world number one's intentions were "absolutely correct", and that he had followed local government protocols, he should have went the extra mile to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved.

Hundreds of fans allowed at Berlin tennis exhibitions
Hundreds of fans allowed at Berlin tennis exhibitions

Up to 800 spectators per day will be allowed at a tennis exhibition in Berlin in mid-July, even after four players tested positive for the coronavirus after playing in a similar event fronted by Novak Djokovic. Organizers of two tournaments in Berlin said Tuesday the city health authorities have approved a limited number of spectators. The maximum is set at 800 per day for a July 13-15 outdoor event on grass, and 200 per day for a hardcourt event in a hangar at the disused Tempelhof airport from July 17-19.

Nick Kyrgios calls Boris Becker a
Nick Kyrgios calls Boris Becker a 'doughnut' after being labelled a 'rat' by former player during Twitter spat

In any other summer, Tuesday would have been a rain-affected, stop-start day at Wimbledon. But in the absence of any official live tennis, the tennis world had to make do with a spicy online rally between former great Boris Becker and Australian maverick Nick Kyrgios. Becker called Kyrgios a "rat" for breaking the code of locker-room omerta, while Kyrgios responded that Becker was a "doughnut" and "not the sharpest tool in the shed". Becker began the exchange on Tuesday morning when he spoke out in support of his fellow German Alexander Zverev, whom Kyrgios had dubbed "selfish" for partying in a French beach bar only a week after he had been in contact with Covid-19 sufferers as part of...

LTA chief pleads for opening of indoor tennis venues after 250 per cent surge in outdoor court bookings
LTA chief pleads for opening of indoor tennis venues after 250 per cent surge in outdoor court bookings

Outdoor tennis bookings have surged by 250 per cent as lockdown eases, according to the chief executive of the LTA, which is pleading with Government to now reopen indoor courts. Appearing before MPs, Scott Lloyd suggested the sport had weathered Covid-19 comparatively better than other sports in the short term, with Wimbledon due an insurance payout after it was cancelled due to the pandemic. However, in written evidence to the committee, the LTA said "further specific support may be needed... in particular, if public health restrictions and consumer confidence mean stadia are not able to return to full spectator capacity within the next year. "That will have severe financial...

Tennis: Kyrgios, Becker in war of words over Zverev's partying video

The video was posted on Instagram by German designer Philipp Plein and later deleted. There was no indication of when the video was taken. Zverev said last week he would self-isolate after playing in Novak Djokovic's ill-fated Adria Tour exhibition tournament in Serbia and Croatia, which had to be abandoned after numerous players tested positive for COVID-19.

'Doughnut, Rat' - Becker, Kyrgios trade insults over Zverev party video

Boris Becker and Nick Kyrgios exchanged verbal blows Tuesday on Twitter after the Australian branded fellow tennis star Alexander Zverev "selfish" for partying during the coronavirus pandemic, despite promising to self-isolate. German legend Becker, a six-time Grand Slam winner, took umbrage with Kyrgios' comment over viral footage of Zverev partying despite pledging to "follow self-isolating guidelines" after playing in Novak Djokovic's coronavirus-hit Adria Tour. Zverev took part in the exhibition event organised by Djokovic, who last week tested positive for COVID-19 along with Grigor Dimitrov, Borna Coric and Viktor Troicki.

Tennis Podcast: Martina Navratilova - the greatest Wimbledon champion
Tennis Podcast: Martina Navratilova - the greatest Wimbledon champion

Not Pete Sampras, not Bjorn Borg, not Serena Williams, Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic. The greatest Wimbledon champion was Martina Navratilova. Nine singles titles, more than any of her Open era contemporaries, and 20 in all when accounting for doubles and mixed doubles crowns. In the first of 14 daily editions of Wimbledon Re-Lived from The Tennis Podcast, Catherine Whitaker, David Law and Matt Roberts chart Navratilova's incredible journey from title number one against Chris Evert in 1978, to her ninth over Zina Garrison in 1990.

AP PHOTOS: Wimbledon
AP PHOTOS: Wimbledon's grass, whites, rain and strawberries

Wimbledon is, of course, known for its carefully groomed grass courts - or, more properly, lawns. The surface is one of the most distinct aspects of the All England Club's Grand Slam tournament, which first was played in the 1870s. Not this year, though: Wimbledon was canceled for the first time since 1945 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Carmelo Anthony and Venus Williams talk equality and the power of using their platforms
Carmelo Anthony and Venus Williams talk equality and the power of using their platforms

"Everyone should have an opportunity, but especially minorities -- to rise up through sports and education."

Nick Kyrgios in social media outburst against Alexander Zverev:
Nick Kyrgios in social media outburst against Alexander Zverev: 'How selfish can you get?'

Get unlimited access to our expert Premier League analysis with a sport-only Telegraph subscription - £40 for 12 months (less than £1 a week) The upcoming Bett1 Aces exhibition event in Berlin could deliver some spicy moments after one of its star imports - Australian maverick Nick Kyrgios - attacked top seed Alexander Zverev in an angry social-media rant. After Zverev was pictured socialising in a Riviera beach bar on the weekend, Kyrgios told his Twitter and Instagram followers that "I see more controversial things happening around the world, but one thing that stuck out for me was seeing Sasha Zverev, again man, again. "If you have the audacity to put out a tweet that you made your...

Wimbledon head groundsman says grass will be greener next year
Wimbledon head groundsman says grass will be greener next year

Neil Stubley should have been nervously appraising how the grass he and his fellow Wimbledon ground staff had nurtured was faring on the first day of the Grand Slam. Instead, the head groundsman at the All England Club has seen the "blood, sweat and tears" spent in preparing for the tournament come to nothing. The championships, due to start on Monday, were cancelled for the first time since World War II due to the coronavirus pandemic, meaning Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep were denied the chance to defend their titles.

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11 o'clock and all's silent on Wimbledon's would-be Day 1

When the clock struck 11 a.m. at the All England Club, there was silence. Not because a player dressed all in white was about to whack a serve on one of Wimbledon's many perfectly kept grass courts, but because there is no tennis this year at the oldest Grand Slam event in the world. Monday should have been the the first day of the two-week Wimbledon tournament, and matches usually start just before noon on the outside courts.

I am missing Wimbledon, but 2020 is not worthy of this masterpiece of world sport
I am missing Wimbledon, but 2020 is not worthy of this masterpiece of world sport

Get unlimited access to our expert analysis with a sport-only Telegraph subscription - £40 for 12 months (less than £1 a week) There is, in any normal year, a fluttering in the pit of my stomach as I make the left turn off Church Road and meander through the multi-million pound mansions to Car Park 4. It's the first morning of Wimbledon and - for the next 13 days - I know I will be standing somewhere near the centre of the national conversation. The word "privilege" doesn't even cover it. After a decade of covering this tournament, I have come to know the quirks of the place. The shortest ice-cream queues. The seats with the best views. The poker-faced look of the communications staff,...

Coco Gauff vs Venus Williams, Wimbledon 2019: live updates of the Greatest Championships first round
Coco Gauff vs Venus Williams, Wimbledon 2019: live updates of the Greatest Championships first round

Coco Gauff vs Venus Williams, Wimbledon 2019: live updates of the Greatest Championships first round

Exclusive Jelena Dokic interview: Twenty years after her extraordinary Wimbledon run, her paternal demons have been vanquished
Exclusive Jelena Dokic interview: Twenty years after her extraordinary Wimbledon run, her paternal demons have been vanquished

Get unlimited access to our expert analysis with a sport-only Telegraph subscription - £40 for 12 months (less than £1 a week) It is 20 years since Jelena Dokic, fresh from her one and only Wimbledon semi-final, dared to savour how far she had come. She had just lost heavily, 6-4, 6-2, to defending champion Lindsey Davenport, but until that day she had not even dropped a set, elevating her stature on a stage where she had swatted aside world No 1 Martina Hingis the previous summer. But when she glanced up to the players' box for her father, Damir, she saw only his squat frame making a bolt from Centre Court. After several attempts, she tracked him down by telephone, a cue for him to...

Tennis Podcast: Re-living great Wimbledon moments
Tennis Podcast: Re-living great Wimbledon moments

In the absence of live tennis from Wimbledon, our friends at The Tennis Podcast will publish daily editions of its Tennis Re-Lived series of podcasts. Starting on Monday and running chronologically, The Tennis Podcast will tell the story of Martina Navratilova's record nine Wimbledon titles, the 1980 final between Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe, 17-year-old Boris Becker rampaging through the draw, the bittersweet Jana Novotna story and a British man winning Wimbledon for the first time in 77 years.

A year on from Wimbledon, Coco Gauff has proven that tennis is in good hands
A year on from Wimbledon, Coco Gauff has proven that tennis is in good hands

A year ago this week, Coco Gauff's life changed radically. Then aged 15, the American's performances at Wimbledon transformed her from an exciting talent barely known beyond tennis circles to the status of global phenomenon, thanks in no small part to her stunning victory over Venus Williams in the first round. Twelve months on, Gauff has emerged not only as a player of substance but also a teenager with the courage to use her platform to speak up. In the wake of the murder of George Floyd in the United States, she has taken to Twitter to encourage her followers to sign up to petitions calling for justice in the wake of police brutality, while repeatedly posting messages in support of the...

Wimbledon cannot be protected by pandemic insurance in 2021
Wimbledon cannot be protected by pandemic insurance in 2021

Next year's Wimbledon will not be protected by pandemic insurance, according to outgoing chief executive Richard Lewis. The All England Club's imperturbable image has scarcely been dented by the cancellation of this year's tournament - which would have started on Monday - thanks to the foresight of those who spent a seven-figure sum on an insurance package against communicable disease. This investment should also allow the Lawn Tennis Association - which received £52 million from the All England Club in its last published accounts - to get away without slashing budgets too alarmingly over the coming months. But Lewis confirmed that the same trick could not be performed next summer....

Schroders Battle of the Brits, day six: live scores and updates, Dan Evans to face Kyle Edmund for title
Schroders Battle of the Brits, day six: live scores and updates, Dan Evans to face Kyle Edmund for title

Live coverage of the final day at the National Tennis Centre Andy Murray to act as James Ward's coach The Telegraph Media Group is donating £25 to NHS Charities Together for every ace hit during the tournament

Wimbledon should have started this week
Wimbledon should have started this week

VIDEO SHOWS: RECENT AND FILE FOOTAGE OF THE ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS CLUB (AELTC) - THE VENUE FOR WIMBLEDON AND PLAYERS PRACTISING, FILE FOOTAGE OF DEFENDING WOMEN'S WIMBLEDON CHAMPION, SIMONA HALEP, FILE FOOTAGE OF FILE FOOTAGE OF THE FRENCH OPEN AND U.S. OPEN SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (FILE - MARCH 27, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. EXTERIOR OF THE ALL ENGLAND LAWN TENNIS CLUB 2. SIGN, READING: "AELTC" ON GATE 3. EXTERIOR OF THE AELTC 4. VARIOUS OF AELTC FLAG 5. EXTERIOR OF AELTC, CENTRE COURT SEEN IN BACKGROUND LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (FILE - JULY...

Keys holds off Aussie Open champ Kenin in Charleston
Keys holds off Aussie Open champ Kenin in Charleston

Madison Keys made it through another tense finish on Saturday, letting one match point slip before finishing off Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin 6-3, 5-7 10-2 in the women's tennis event in Charleston, South Carolina. Keys, who would have been defending her 2019 Charleston WTA title earlier this year if the coronavirus pandemic hadn't halted play on the women's tennis tour, had overcome a late lapse on Thursday in a 6-1, 6-7 (6/8), 10-4 victory over fellow American Caroline Dolehide.

Tennis: Revised ATP calendar not safe for players, says Murray
Tennis: Revised ATP calendar not safe for players, says Murray

The ATP tour, which was suspended in March due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, is set restart on Aug. 14 with the Citi Open, followed by the Cincinnati Masters, which will be held at Flushing Meadows before the U.S. Open. The men's claycourt swing will start on Sept. 8 in Kitzbuhel followed by

Revised ATP calendar not safe for players, says Murray
Revised ATP calendar not safe for players, says Murray

RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT VIDEO SHOWS: NEWS CONFERENCE WITH ANDY MURRAY, FILE FOOTAGE OF MURRAY, ROGER FEDERER, RAFAEL NADAL AND NOVAK DJOKOVIC PRACTISING, FILE FOOTAGE OF U.S. OPEN AND FRENCH OPEN VENUES SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM (JUNE 27, 2020) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) ANDY MURRAY, SAYING: "It's tricky and I think that they'll have to sort of think long and hard about what they're going to do with the ranking points and things like that because, you know, it is not possible or in my opinion it's not safe for players to go from let's say you play the final or the...

Andy Murray takes positives from Battle of the Brits despite semi-final defeat to Dan Evans
Andy Murray takes positives from Battle of the Brits despite semi-final defeat to Dan Evans

Andy Murray couldn't quite squeeze past Dan Evans and into Sunday's final of the Schroders Battle of the Brits, but he still had more pop in his racket on Saturday than at any time since his hip blew up in the summer of 2017. There are no spectators at the National Tennis Centre, no rankings points and only modest prizemoney. And yet, Jamie Murray's exhibition event has been a triumph, using the intense rivalry between these players as fuel. Saturday was no exception. You would have to go back to the era of wooden rackets for the last time the United Kingdom boasted four men of the quality of the semi-finalists, while the doubles final offered its own excitement. The Murray-Evans match...

Murray on right track despite Evans defeat
Murray on right track despite Evans defeat

Andy Murray insists he is on the right track following his return from injury despite losing to Dan Evans in the semi-finals of the 'Battle of the Brits' tournament on Saturday. Murray was beaten 1-6, 6-3, 10/8 behind closed doors in the exhibition event in Roehampton. Murray, a two-time Wimbledon champion, also needed hip surgery last year, but the 33-year-old is confident he is heading back to his best.

Tunisian tennis player banned 7 years for match-fixing
Tunisian tennis player banned 7 years for match-fixing

Tunisian tennis player Majed Kilani has been banned from professional tennis for seven years after the sport's anti-corruption body concluded he conspired to fix matches in 2016.

Schroders Battle of the Brits, day five: Andy Murray faces Dan Evans in semi-final showdown
Schroders Battle of the Brits, day five: Andy Murray faces Dan Evans in semi-final showdown

Live coverage of the singles semi-finals and doubles final Andy Murray up first against world No.28 Dan Evans The Telegraph Media Group is donating £25 to NHS Charities Together for every ace hit during the tournament

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to agree Nile dam deal in weeks
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to agree Nile dam deal in weeks

Leaders of Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt said they were hopeful that the African Union could help them broker a deal to end a decade-long dispute over water supplies within two or three weeks. Ethiopia, which is building the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) which worries its downstream neighbours Egypt and Sudan, said it would fill the reservoir in a few weeks, as planned, providing enough time for talks to be concluded. Tortuous negotiations over the years have left the two nations and their neighbour Sudan short of an agreement to regulate how Ethiopia will operate the dam and fill its reservoir, while protecting Egypt's scarce water supplies from the Nile river.

Anisimova rallies to beat Dolehide in Charleston
Anisimova rallies to beat Dolehide in Charleston

Amanda Anisimova saved a match point en route to a 5-7, 7-5, 10-2 victory over fellow American Caroline Dolehide at the invitational women's tennis tournament in Charleston, South Carolina. Anisimova, 18, was staring at defeat when she trailed 5-7, 3-5 against her hard-hitting opponent, but the 2019 French Open semi-finalist blasted a forehand down the line to save match point and turned the tide, eventually triumphing in a 10-point tiebreaker. With the WTA slated to resume play in Palermo on August 3, this week's 16-player team event in Charleston -- on the green clay courts that normally host a WTA event each year -- is a chance for players to gain a little match experience in the...

Amid coronavirus surge, Abbott expresses regret on reopening bars
Amid coronavirus surge, Abbott expresses regret on reopening bars

The number of people hospitalized in Texas from the coronavirus increased for the 15th consecutive day, surpassing 5,000 for the first time.

Fact check: Americans could get a $4,000 tax credit for domestic travel in stimulus

The White House is said to be considering, and a lawmaker has proposed, a plan that would incentivize travel to help revive the U.S. tourism industry.

Nancy Pelosi misspeaks, says police reform bill is worthy of
Nancy Pelosi misspeaks, says police reform bill is worthy of 'George Kirby's' name

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., misspoke saying the police reform bill is worthy of 'George Kirby's' name.

Ivanisevic, the coach of Djokovic, tests positive for COVID-19
Ivanisevic, the coach of Djokovic, tests positive for COVID-19

Goran Ivanisevic, who now coaches Novak Djokovic and attended the top-ranked player's exhibition series in Serbia and Croatia, has tested positive for COVID-19.

Venus Williams joins World TeamTennis
Venus Williams joins World TeamTennis

Venus Williams has signed up to play World TeamTennis for the 15th time.

Thiem apologizes for playing in Djokovic
Thiem apologizes for playing in Djokovic's event

Dominic Thiem apologized for taking part in an exhibition series hosted by Novak Djokovic in which four players tested positive for the coronavirus.

Pro tennis set to resume in Australia after lockdown
Pro tennis set to resume in Australia after lockdown

Tennis players in Australia will have a chance to compete for prize money for the first time since March in a UTR pro series starting in Sydney.

Andy Murray hoping to continue his strong British record ahead of Dan Evans semi-final challenge
Andy Murray hoping to continue his strong British record ahead of Dan Evans semi-final challenge

Get unlimited access to our expert analysis with a sport-only Telegraph subscription - £40 for 12 months (less than £1 a week) Andy Murray's proud record against his compatriots has come under threat this week, on the sweltering indoor courts of the National Tennis Centre, and on Saturday he will face another tricky challenge in the semi-finals of the Schroders Battle of the Brits. In almost two decades of elite tennis, Murray has only lost to five fellow Britons: three of them on the second-string Futures tour when he was still a teenager, and two (Tim Henman and Kyle Edmund) at ATP events. On Saturday, Dan Evans will hope to join that distinguished list. According to Murray, Evans...

Ivanisevic latest to test positive for COVID-19
Ivanisevic latest to test positive for COVID-19

RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SCRIPT VIDEO SHOWS: WRITTEN STATEMENT POSTED ON GORAN IVANISEVIC'S INSTAGRAM PAGE, RECENT FOOTAGE OF IVANISEVIC, SOUNDBITE FROM IVANISEVIC TALKING ABOUT COVID-19 AHEAD OF THE ADRIA TOUR, RECENT FOOTAGE OF NOVAK DJOKOVIC AND OTHER PLAYERS TRAINING AND DOING MEDIA EVENTS AT THE ADRIA TOUR SHOWS: INTERNET (JUNE 26, 2020) (SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE - ACCESS ALL) (MUTE) 1. VARIOUS OF WRITTEN STATEMENT POSTED ON GORAN IVANISEVIC'S INSTAGRAM PAGE, READING (English): "UNFORTUNATELY, AFTER TWO NEGATIVE TESTS IN THE LAST 10 DAYS, I HAVE JUST FOUND OUT THAT I TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19. I FEEL GOOD...

Tunisian tennis player banned 7 years for match-fixing

Tunisian tennis player Majed Kilani has been banned from professional tennis for seven years after the sport's anti-corruption body concluded he conspired to fix matches in 2016. Kilani was also fined $7,000 by the Tennis Integrity Unit on Friday. The 23-year-old Kilani also ''failed to fully cooperate'' with the investigation, the TIU said in a statement.


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