Sport Tennis aces kicked out of Olympics after awful mistake
Djokovic makes final Tokyo Olympics decision
Novak Djokovic has made a call on his participation for Tokyo, with the chance of an historic 'Golden Slam' hinging on his choice.Djokovic, 34, posted on Twitter that he had booked his flight and was proud to represent Serbia at the Olympics. After he won Wimbledon on Sunday for his record-tying 20th career Grand Slam title, Djokovic said he didn't know if he was going to play in Tokyo.
Two Georgian tennis players have been barred fromafter officials in their home country told them they were entered for the Games but never actually sent the paperwork.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled that it had to turn away doubles players Oksana Kalashnikova and Ekaterine Gorgodze because they were never formally entered for the games, even though Georgia's Olympic committee "informed the applicants that their application had been submitted."
Without a formal entry for the Olympics, the court ruled that the "consequence, however unfortunate for the two athletes, can only be the dismissal of their petition."
It was an occurence that startled tennis watchers.
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Australian athletes make history with the most gold during the first week of the Olympics .
Australia's nine gold medals after the first week is more than the country has racked up at any Olympics before and there's still plenty more to potentially comes.So far at Tokyo, the colour of the Olympics for Australia has been gold.