The 18-time Grand Slam winner, who has been dominant in the first few months of the year, has decided to skip Roland Garros (the French Open), citing that he wants to keep playing “for many years to come”.
Novak Djokovic, world number 2. has split with his entire coaching team in order to regain the “winning spark” after a series of subpar results. The Serbian sensation said the decision was “mutual” with his coach Marian Vajda, fitness coach Gebhard Phil Gritsch, and psyiotherapist Miljan Amanovic.
Anthony Joshua, reigning IBF champion, added another two titles to his list – the WBA (Super) and the IBO title – after his dramatic win over Wladmir Klitschenko yesterday night.
The world number 2 appeared to announce her pregnancy via a Snapchat post, which has since been deleted, with the caption “20 Weeks.”
Gareth Southgate’s England takes on Edgaras Jankauskas’ Lithuania for a place in Word Cup at Wembley Stadium. England reside at the top of Group F with 10 points, and Lithuania sits at 4th with 5 points.
England haven’t lost a qualification match since October 2009 at Ukraine, and will look to maintain that statistic, with a 25 wins, 8 draws, and 0 loses. Beside this, England’s last defeat at home came in 2016, against the Netherlands (losing 1-2), posting 14 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss in their previous 16 matches.
Nine months after leading the Foxes to the Premier League title – defying odds of 5,000-1 – Claudio Ranieri, 65, has been sacked as Leicester’s manager. Leicester now sit one point above the relegation zone with only 13 matches left.
The Sun newspaper, who infamously reported on the Hillsborough disaster and blamed the fans – rather than police – have been banned from Liverpool FC grounds after a capaign against the newspaper from a group named ‘The Total Eclipse Of The S*n’, who, after talking to Liverpool FC directors, posted this message on their Twitter page: