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Federer lists tennis priorities with Wimbledon set for disappointment

Federer lists tennis priorities with Wimbledon set for disappointment

Roger Federer has discussed his main post-retirement role in more detail after penning a new open letter about his Roger Federer Foundation. The 20-time Grand Slam champion is reportedly set to join the BBC’s broadcasting team at Wimbledon but it appears that the tournament will be left disappointed as punditry won’t be his main focus...

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How did we miss the surge in inflation? IMF researchers think they know

How did we miss the surge in inflation? IMF researchers think they know

We’re at that point in the economic cycle where officials are comfortable to admit they’ve made mistakes. Central bankers are happy to talk about their forecast errors. And the International Monetary Fund is publishing work that explains why it failed to predict the surge in inflation in recent years. What can we learn from it? A debate that’s...

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Andy Murray caught in umpire quarrel after receiving time violation

Andy Murray caught in umpire quarrel after receiving time violation

Andy Murray got caught up in an exchange with chair umpire Mohamed Lahyani when he received a time violation while returning Radu Albot’s serve. The Brit claimed he quickly went to his towel after the lucky loser hit an ace and continued the quarrel at the changeover, where the official said he “had no choice”...

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Queensland man is struck by lighting while playing golf amidst severe storms

Queensland man is struck by lighting while playing golf amidst severe storms

Golfer is fighting for life after being struck by lightning while playing in heavy rain – as an urgent warning is sent out for residents to stay indoors A golfer has been struck by lighting in Brisbane’s north Queensland’s southeast is set for further storm activity  By Jesse Hyland For Daily Mail Australia Published: 06:33...

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Tualatin stuns top-ranked West Linn to repeat as Oregon Class 6A boys basketball state champions

Tualatin stuns top-ranked West Linn to repeat as Oregon Class 6A boys basketball state champions

All season long, the West Linn Lions dominated Class 6A boys basketball, going unbeaten against all competition Oregon. Three of those wins came against the Tualatin Timberwolves. The Timberwolves got their ultimate revenge in Saturday’s championship game at the Chiles Center, racing out to an 11-point lead in the first quarter and never trailing in...

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Jermell Charlo sends stinging message to Tim Tszyu | DAZN News Australia

Jermell Charlo sends stinging message to Tim Tszyu | DAZN News Australia

Tim Tszyu savagely demolished Tony Harrison with a power punching barrage en route to a ninth-round TKO on Sunday in Sydney, Australia to win the Interim WBO junior middleweight title. However, Jermell Charlo wasn’t overly impressed. In fact, the undisputed 154-pound junior middleweight ruler let Tszyu know that he’ll have to bring a whole lot more when the...

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Teenager says Latrell exchange wasn’t racially motivated

Teenager says Latrell exchange wasn’t racially motivated

South Sydney officials said Mitchell would be available for the Friday night blockbuster against the Roosters at Allianz Stadium. It comes as the Australian Human Rights Commission urged NRL clubs to sign up to a code to stamp out racism at sporting fixtures. Latrell Mitchell heads up the tunnel BlueBet Stadium at half-time on Thursday...

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Gill, Kohli drive India’s strong reply against Australia – Stabroek News

Gill, Kohli drive India’s strong reply against Australia – Stabroek News

AHMEDABAD, India,  (Reuters) – Shubman Gill smashed a career-best 128 and Virat Kohli regained his form to fuel India’s robust reply to Australia’s first innings total of 480 on day three of the fourth and final test in Ahmedabad yesterday. Opener Gill, playing his second match of the series, featured in three 50-plus partnerships to...

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Emma Raducanu and Jack Draper advance at Indian Wells

Emma Raducanu and Jack Draper advance at Indian Wells

Raducanu overcame injury doubts and illness to beat Danka Kovinic in her opener at Indian Wells, and the British number one had to call for a physio after battling back from an early deficit. Poland’s Linette, 21st in the WTA rankings and 55 places higher than Raducanu, took the first break of the match for...