Sport Murray enjoys winning return to action in the Italian Open doubles
NRL predicted team lists: Every side's likely lineup for round 9
Injury carnage has rocked some of the NRL's biggest clubs, with the Rabbitohs and Roosters set to lose some big names. Adam Reynolds, Cameron Murray and Campbell Graham are all facing time on the sidelines for South Sydney after picking up injuries against Canberra. For the Tricolours, devastating news with Brett Morris and Lindsay Collins both suffering ACL injuries. Elsewhere, more trouble in the Dragons outside backs with Zac Lomax and Cody Ramsey both injured against the Tigers. See below for all the predicted team lists ahead of round 9. To see how your side lined up last round, click here.
’s first match since early March ended in the narrowest of victories last night when he and fellow Brit Liam Broady made the second round of the Italian Open doubles.
Making up a last-minute pairing as late alternatives in the draw, they defeated Australians Max Purcell and Luke Saville 5-7, 7-6, 10-6.
The two-timechampion was earlier mentioned by tournament director Guy Forget, who said he ‘deserved’ a wildcard into the Roland Garros draw but that a decision would be made next week.
Playing in her 1,000th tour match and her first since February, Serena Williams was beaten 7-6, 7-5 by last year’s French Open semi-finalist Nadia Podoroska.
GMB's Adil Ray criticised for 'inappropriate' joke to Paul Gascoigne
The host, 47, asked the sporting star, 53, how he can remember Italian after playing for football team Lazio in the 90s and a 'few tipples' in his life.The host, 47, asked the sporting star, 53, how he can remember Italian after playing for football team Lazio in the 90s and a 'few tipples' in his life.
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Murray , Dan Evans and Jamie Murray have all been confirmed as entrants for next month's cinch Championships at Queen's Club.
The key Wimbledon warm-up tournament returns after the coronavirus pandemic forced its cancellation last year.
Andy Murray will play singles at Queen's for the first time since 2018 and will hope for a first victory since he won his fifth title in 2016.
The Italian Government and the Migration Crisis | Opinion .
The implications of Italy's flouting humanitarian norms stretch far beyond the hundreds that continue to perish off the Libyan coast in the absence of a humanitarian presence. If humanitarian action is to be truly defended, acquitting the accused humanitarians is insufficient. The real criminal of the story must be brought to justice: Rome.Bill Drexel was a crew member aboard the Iuventa search and rescue ship off the coast of Libya in 2016 and 2017, and served on the 2017-2018 board of the Migration Society of Cambridge University.The views expressed in this article are the writer's own.