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Emma Raducanu Knocked Out of Australian Open

Danka Kovinic achieved an upset in the Australian Open. First, she got Emma Raducanu knocked out of the second round of the Australian Open. Also, the 19-year-old struggled with a blister on her hand. She required treatment from the court doctor several times during...

Vaccination and Entry into Tennis Tournaments

The Australian Open continues on without Novak Djokovic. Recently, Men’s Defending Champion’s visa cancellation is seen by many as the tennis superstar has no Covid vaccine yet. In the latest in sports betting and casino news, the world of tennis is in disarray as...

Murray Beats Evans, to Face Nadal

The 2021 Mubadala World Tennis Championships began well on Thursday as former world No. 1 Andy Murray won an all-British encounter with countryman Dan Evans, 6-3, 6-2. Murray will next face rival Rafael Nadal for a spot in the final. Many from us here at...
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