Tuesday, March 2, 2021 00:06 AM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news) Jennifer Brady, runner-up at the recent Australian Open, suddenly stopped in the first round of Qatar Open, ATP 250.
The Australian Open runner-up quickly failed
Jennifer Brady, runner-up at the recent Australian Open, suddenly stopped in the first round of the Qatar Open after losing quickly to Anett Kontaveit after just two sets with the scores 6-1, 6-2. The American No. 7 seed made 25 mistakes and quickly hung up the racket in less than 1 hour. Kontaveit will play three-time Grand Slam champion Angelique Kerber or Turkish player Cagla Buyukakcay in the second round.
Djokovic is off until the clay season?
Djokovic won his 18th Grand Slam title at the Australian Open last month. After the tournament in Australia ended, the Serbian player admitted that he would need time to heal the abdominal tear he encountered in the third round. Recently, Ivanisevic, Djokovic’s coach, said his pupil. may not play until the clay season starts, to put energy on Roland Garros.
Murray is ready for the Rotterdam Open
Former world No. 1 Andy Murray has stated that he is ready for the ATP 500 Rotterdam Open. The UK player will face host country Robin Haase in the first round. Prior to that, Murray started the 2021 season by reaching the Biella Challenger final in Italy but lost to Illya Marchenko with the players. the score 2-6, 4-6.
Khabib accused the referee of favoring McGregor
In 2018, Khabib Nurmagomedov knocked out Conor McGregor in the 4th half at UFC 229. Recently, Khabib had the opportunity to meet again referee Herb Dean, who controlled that match. Here, “Russian Eagle” jokingly asked Dean how much money he was paid to help McGregor win.
F1 riders refused to get the Covid-19 vaccine
The Bahrain GP, the first F1 car race in 2021, is expected to kick off on March 28. Before this race, race organizers said it would provide Covid-19 vaccine to all staff including the racing drivers. However, an F1 spokesperson confirmed that the organization did not have a vaccination plan before the vaccine implementation was passed through the health system in the UK.
(Sports news, tennis news) Roger Federer’s seemingly difficult record has been leveled by Novak Djokovic.