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Justine Henin : “Le tennis me manque”

La quadruple lauréate de Roland-Garros a évoqué les grands moments de sa carrière et la situation actuelle. À la veille de son 38e anniversaire, Justine Henin a participé à un live Instagram avec un grand sponsor du tennis mondial. Pour l’occasion, la quadruple vainqueur de Roland-Garros a abordé différents sujets. La situation actuelle : “Le tennis…

Fognini: “Sto bene, non vedo l’ora di ricominciare a giocare”

La pausa serve anche a questo: rimettersi in forma. Che per gli atleti non significa, come per noi, perdere qualche chiletto, ma chiudere i conti con i dolori grandi e piccoli che accompagnano la carriera di uno sportivo. Fabio Fognini così ha deciso di operarsi alla caviglia, anzi, alle caviglie che da parecchie stagioni ormai…

Tennis-Star nach Tod von Floyd: “Bin ich Nächste?”

Mehrere US-Sportler reagieren auf die dramatischen Vorkommnisse in Minneapolis. Sie sprechen von ihren Ängsten, wie zum Beispiel Tennisyoungster Coco Gauff."Bin ich die Nächste?" – Diese Frage stellte die aufstrebende Tennisspielerin Cori "Coco" Gauff in einem Video auf TikTok, nachdem sie die Bilder von George Floyd und weiteren dunkelhäutigen Opfern von Polizeigewalt in den USA gezeigt…

‘This is magic’: Shreyas Iyer shares unique batting practice video

Home / Cricket / ‘This is magic’: Shreyas Iyer shares unique batting practice video - WATCH India’s limited overs No. 4 batsman was seen batting at home with a tennis ball and as soon as he hit the ball it went to his dog, few family members, hit the fan and a few furnitures to…

US Open plan in works, including group flights, COVID tests

Charter flights to ferry U.S. Open tennis players and limited entourages from Europe, South America and the Middle East to New York. Negative COVID-19 tests before traveling. Centralized housing. Daily temperature checks. No spectators. Fewer on-court officials. No locker-room access on practice days. All are among the scenarios being considered for the 2020 U.S. Open…

Why does not America enjoy us: LeBron James continues to oppose versus George Floyd’s death

LeBron James is among several other current and former athletes, including NBA champion Stephen Jackson, USA soccer player Weston McKennie and teenage tennis player Coco Gauff, who has spoken out about Floyd's death. NBA start LeBron James (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSLeBron James has been protesting over the death of George Floyd's deathJames has been voicing outrage in…

Tennis star Osaka adds powerful voice to protests over police brutality

Superstar athletes continue to condemn the death of George Floyd, who died at the hands of Minneapolis police Published 11:13 AM, May 31, 2020 Updated 11:13 AM, May 31, 2020 BEYOND SPORTS. Naomi Oaska voices her outrage as protests continue in the US. File photo LOS ANGELES, USA – Two-time Grand Slam tennis champion Naomi…

Coco Gauff asks chilling question after George Floyd’s death

Teenage tennis phenomenon Coco Gauff has released a powerful protest video on TikTok following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis asking, “Am I next?”Dressed in a black hoodie in honour of Trayvon Martin — the unarmed African-American teenager shot by a police officer in 2012 — the 16-year-old faces the camera as a caption…