The hottest sports on the morning of January 17: French beauties defend Djokovic in the deportation case

(Sports news) Beautiful female tennis player from the hexagonal country Alize Cornet spoke to comfort Novak Djokovic after this star was just “evicted” from the land of kangaroos by the Australian government and ran out of opportunities to protect her. defend this year’s Australian Open crown.

Djokovic was comforted by a colleague’s beauties after being expelled from Australia

After learning that Novak Djokovic had to leave Australia because the country’s government lost the case during the hearing on January 16, the talented French female tennis player Alize Cornet spoke to comfort the Serbian star.

Novak Djokovic was expelled from Australia and received a compliment from his beautiful colleague Alize Cornet

On her personal Twitter page, the girl who is ranked 61 on the WTA rankings wrote: “I don’t understand much about justice, but Novak was the first to defend us and no one stood to protect him. Be strong, Djoker Nole (2 nicknames of Novak Djokovic)”.

John Isner, a 2.08m tall American male tennis player, has also protested the Australian government’s treatment of Djokovic. He tweeted: “Novak has and will always prove his class. He is an absolute legend in my book. He has brought so much good to millions of people around the world. This is not right.”

Barcelona basketball STAR has Covid-19 but not to worry

According to Sport (Spain), the famous basketball player Nikola Mirotic of FC Barcelona has just tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 virus after rapid antigen test on January 14 and PCR test 1 day. after.

After being diagnosed with Covid-19, the 30-year-old star with dual Montenergo and Spanish citizenship is currently self-isolating for treatment at home. Mirotic’s health is still good as he has no ominous symptoms. Mirotic was Barca’s hero in the victory over Anadolu Efes at Palau Blaugrana last Thursday (January 13).

Two female golfers in the top 10 best “money-making” sports stars

Forbes magazine (USA) has just ranked female golfer Ko Jin Young 6th, and her colleague Nelly Korda is the penultimate in the list of 10 highest-paid female athletes this year. Forbes announced the latest list on January 13 after analyzing income from competition and promotional activities.

On the world professional women’s golf table (Rolex Rankings), Korda is ranked first and Ko is second. In 2021, Ko earned a total of $7.5 million, including $3.5 million in prize money and $4 million through sponsorship deals. Meanwhile, Korda last year pocketed $ 5.9 million, of which $ 2.4 million through 17 tournaments, with 4 championships, including the major Women’s PGA Championship in June.

Montllor breaks the record for the famous half marathon in Spain

Male athlete Carles Montllor (Spain) has just won first place and broke the record in the Sitges Half Marathon in Catalunya with a time of more than 10km of competition with a time of 1 hour 8 minutes 17 seconds, faster. second place is Gerard de Antonio 11 seconds. The old record in this tournament belonged to Josep Arnal in 2019 with a time of 1 hour 8 minutes 40 seconds.

Karate Philippines joins forces for SEA Games 31 after 2 delays

After many delays, the Philippine karate team recently announced a plan to focus on January 17, preparing for the 31st SEA Games in May. This is the SEA Games in which Vietnam is the host country.

Philippine Karate Federation President Ricky Lim said 75% of the team’s team will conduct a “bubble” of closed training at the Philippine Sports Commission’s gathering area in Baguio. The remaining cases related to Covid-19 infections will be reunited not long after.

The Philippine karate team’s reunion plan was originally supposed to kick off on January 5, but has been postponed twice to allow some athletes to recover from their participation in the December Asian Karate Championships. via.


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