Sport Emma Raducanu swaps tennis for soccer and Australian rules
Andy Murray still has unanswered question as Novak Djokovic confirms Australian Open entry
NOVAK DJOKOVIC has confirmed he's been given a medical exemption to compete at the Australian Open.He was then named on the official entry list for Melbourne Park, despite his consistent refusal to confirm his vaccine status.
She may be a Grand Slam winner, butseems to have a talent for more than just tennis.
Ahead of this week'sin , the British champion found time yesterday to try her hand with an Aussie rules ball and have a kickabout with a football – pity she wasn't on hand to help the England cricket squad avoid their Ashes humiliation in Hobart...
Over the weekend Miss Raducanu, 19, also posed for photos at a pre-tournament party at the city's Crown Aviary events centre, sporting a Christian Dior handbag and Tiffany & Co jewellery.
The teenager became an ambassador for both brands last year.
Tennis: Australia blocks entry of Djokovic because of its vaccination status
TENNIS AUSTRALIA DJOKOVIC: Tennis: Australia blocks entry of Djokovic because of its vaccination status © Reuters / GUGLIELMO MANGIAPANE tENNIS: AUSTRALIAN BLOCKED iNPUT DJOKOVIC BECAUSE oF HIS STATUS IMMUNIZATION Courtney Walsh and John Mair MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one tennis player Novak Djokovic was denied entry to Australia Thursday amid outcry over an initial decision to grant the Serbian player a medical exemption so he can participate in Melbourne at the first Grand Slam of th
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Miss Raducanu will face Sloane Stephens in the first round in Melbourne tomorrow following her stunning US Open triumph last year.
She has also shared her thoughts on fellow tennis ace Novak Djokovic being deported from Australia and so unable to defend his title at the Australian Open.
World number one Djokovic, who is unvaccinated against Covid-19, failed to overturn a decision from the Aussie government to cancel his visa on public health grounds.
Novak Djokovic breaks silence from detention hotel after Australian Open fiasco
BREAKING: NOVAK DJOKOVIC has posted publicly for the first time since having his visa cancelled and being held in a Melbourne hotel when arriving for the Australian Open with a medical exemption.Following months of speculation over his participation, Djokovic announced on Tuesday that he would be competing in the Australian Open after receiving "an exemption permission", posting a photo of himself at the airport before flying to Melbourne.
Miss Radacanu felt that the debacle had taken the spotlight from fellow Briton Andy Murray reaching his first ATP Tour final since 2019.
She said: 'I feel like the situation has taken away a little bit from the great tennis that's been happening over this summer in Australia.
'For example, Andy Murray, he's in the final tonight, which I think is pretty incredible. To see him come back and win and play so well, definitely rooting for him later on.'
The star, who was unable to play for 20 days because of Covid, ended Britain's 44-year wait for a women's Grand Slam singles champion when she beat Leylah Fernandez to win the US Open last September.
Australian Open news: In conversation with Alizé Lim on Djokovic, Raducanu and TV presenting .
Alizé Lim has not entirely given up on her dream of resuming her tennis career, but the 31-year-old French star who played Serena Williams at the French Open back…Lim has been lighting up the Eurosport screens throughout the French Open, as she has been the face of the network’s comprehensive coverage of the Australian Open.