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La finale #Djokovic/#Tsitsipas.
Que je n'ai pas regardée.
Parce que je savais que ce serait- une fois encore, une fois de trop peut-être- ça.
15 (QUINZE?!!!) ans après sa 1ère victoire à l'@AustralianOpen contre 1 joueur désormais à la retraite depuis 1 an, #Djokovic expédie sans coup férir pour la énième fois 1 joueur de tennis plus jeune de 11 ans. Et où en serait- on sans les aléas pandémiques? #AusOpen
Que ce soit #Djokovic ou #Nadal, sur leurs surfaces de prédilection respectives, ils ont acquis, sauf blessure ou aléa, 1 telle emprise mentale et accumulé 1 telle richesse démultipliant leurs capacités de préparation physique (caisson etc.) que l'incertitude a 1 peu disparu...3/
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#BREAKING Rybakina beats Azarenka to reach Australian Open final
#UPDATE Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina reached the Australian Open final on Thursday to end Victoria Azarenka's dream of a third Melbourne title.

Rybakina won their semi-final 7-6 (7/4), 6-3 and will meet Aryna Sabalenka or Magda Linette in Saturday's final.
#UPDATE Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina beat Victoria Azarenka in straight sets to reach the Australian Open final on Thursday and end the Belarusian's dream of a third Melbourne title.
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#BREAKING Djokovic crushes Rublev to make Australian Open semi-finals
#UPDATE Novak Djokovic delivered a masterclass Wednesday to race into the Australian Open semi-finals and edge closer to a 22nd Grand Slam title with a straight-sets thrashing of Andrey Rublev.
#UPDATE Tommy Paul was inspired by having his mum courtside after she made a late dash from the United States to see him beat fellow American Ben Shelton and make a maiden Grand Slam semi-final at the Australian Open Wednesday.
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Novak Djokovic's seemingly remarkable recovery at the Australian Open prompted debate on Tuesday and raised the question: when is an injury not an injury?
#BREAKING Former champion Azarenka beats Pegula to reach Australian Open semi-finals
#UPDATE Victoria Azarenka reached her first Australian Open semi-final since winning the title in 2013 when she knocked out third seed Jessica Pegula 6-4, 6-1 on Tuesday.
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𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗗𝗲𝗺𝗼𝗻 𝗼𝗳 𝗚𝗮𝗺𝗯𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 (a thread) Image
Gambling has traditionally been considered a “vice,” along with prostitution, illegal drugs, and pornography. In law enforcement, the term “vice” is often considered an inherently immoral activity, often accompanied by depraved, harmful behavior (John Stemberger).
Asmodeus is the name of the demon behind betting. He is the prince of demons in hell. Asmodeus represents lusts. (Terrezo2002 on Nairaland). He incites gambling, and is the overseer of all the gambling houses in the court of Hell.
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1 ano 4 meses e 10 dias, ou 495 dias, depois e Luisa Stefani volta a entrar em quadra por um Grandslam! Que seja um retorno muito vitorioso
#AustralianOpenNaESPN #AusOpen #AusOpen2023 #AustralianOpen #TênisNaESPN
#VamoLulu #VamoRafa 🇧🇷🎾
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Casper Ruud on Thursday joined Rafael Nadal in making a stunning second-round exit from the Australian Open, another boost to Novak Djokovic's bid for a 22nd Grand Slam title.
#UPDATE Novak Djokovic defied rowdy fans and hamstring trouble to haul himself into the Australian Open third round with a drama-filled win over qualifier Enzo Couacaud on Thursday.
#BREAKING Second seed Ons Jabeur knocked out of Australian Open in second round #AFPSports #AusOpen
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World number one Iga Swiatek and dangerous American Jessica Pegula led the charge into the Australian Open third round on Wednesday as weather again played havoc.

Only matches on the main stadiums, which have roofs, were able to begin on time due to rain
#BREAKING Defending champion Nadal knocked out of Australian Open
#UPDATE Defending champion and top seed Rafael Nadal has crashed out of the Australian Open in round two to 65th-ranked American Mackenzie McDonald in a major upset, his worst Grand Slam result in seven years.

The 36-year-old was struggling with what appears to be a hip injury
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Russian and Belarusian flags have been banned at the Australian Open after Ukraine's ambassador demanded action when one was sighted in the crowd
Tennis fans split over return of Novak Djokovic to Rod Laver Arena to start his Australian Open campaign
The Grand Slam race.

#AFPGraphics chart showing the Grand Slam wins by tournament for Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and the now retired Roger Federer
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There’s a new Grand Slam King 👑

Relive @RafaelNadal’s quest for a 21st Major title 🧵
The Spaniard made his Grand Slam debut in 2003 at Wimbledon and quickly rose up the ranks…

In 2005 at the age of 19, Nadal defeated Mariano Puerta to become just the second male player to win Roland-Garros on their first attempt 🏆
In 2008, Nadal claimed his first title at Wimbledon, defeating Federer 9-7 in the fifth

That match has been lauded as one of the greatest in tennis history…
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There has been some outstanding tennis played at this year’s #AusOpen and the finals were exceptional. Congratulations to @ashbarty for an amazing performance in front of her home crowd and to Danielle Collins for an incredible tournament.
Congratulations to @RafaelNadal for 21st GS. Amazing achievement. Always impressive fighting spirit that prevailed another time. Enhorabuena 👏🏆👍 @Medwed33 gave it his all out there and played with the passion and determination we have come to expect from him.
Now with the right @DaniilMedwed tagged! You put up one hell of a fight today and I know you will have many more Grand Slam wins in your future 👏💪
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Tennis world number one Ashleigh Barty will look to become the first Australian woman for 44 years to win her home Grand Slam Saturday, but to do it she needs to get past a rejuvenated Danielle Collins in the form of her life #AFPSports #AusOpen Tennis world number one Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty vs Danielle Collins head-to-head profile ahead of their 2022 #AusOpen women's singles final
The final stages of the #AusOpen men's singles competition
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#BREAKING Top seed Barty crushes Keys 6-1, 6-3 to make Australian Open final #AFPSports #AusOpen ImageImage
#UPDATE A ruthless Ashleigh Barty swept into her first Australian Open final on Thursday, the top seed and home favourite outgunning a resurgent Madison Keys in a straight-sets demolition #AFPSports #AusOpen ImageImage
#BREAKING Collins overpowers Swiatek 6-4, 6-1 to set up Australian Open final with Barty #AFPSports #AusOpen ImageImage
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Danielle Collins sweeps into the last four of #AusOpen to match her feat from 2019 and shatter Alize Cornet's dream of making a first Grand Slam semi-final, after an intense 7-5, 6-1 clash in sweltering temperatures
Iga Swiatek comes from a set down to make her maiden #AusOpen semi-final, battling past gutsy veteran Kaia Kanepi 4-6, 7-6 (7/2), 6-3 to set a last-four clash with Danielle Collins
Danielle Collins and Iga Swiatek will meet in #AusOpen semi-finals after vastly contrasting wins

Collins sweeps past Alize Cornet in just 88 minutes, but Swiatek has to fight back from a set down and a break down against Kaia Kanepi
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Ashleigh Barty and Barbora Krejcikova can stay on course for a high-class semi-final collision, while Rafael Nadal looks to continue his march to a record 21st Slam title as #AusOpen hits the quarter-final stage ImageImageImage
Fans at #AusOpen can wear "Where is Peng Shuai?" shirts as long as they are peaceful, tournament chief Craig Tiley says, after backlash when video emerged of security staff ordering spectators to remove shirts and banner in support of the Chinese player Image
A resurgent Madison Keys reaches her first #AusOpen semi-final since 2015 with another big upset to down French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova, who struggled in the searing Melbourne heat, 6-3, 6-2 ImageImage
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Title favourite Daniil Medvedev gets the chance to deepen his new-found love affair with #AusOpen crowd as he targets a quarter-final berth while Aryna Sabalenka will stay on course for a first major if she can get past Kaia Kanepi ImageImage
Fired-up American Danielle Collins stays on track to match her 2019 Melbourne Park heroics as she battles through an epic against Elise Mertens 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 in 2hr 51min to make the #AusOpen quarter-finals Image
Nick Kyrgios claims tennis has embraced Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the expense of other personalities in the game, and the sport is now paying for it Image
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Novak Djokovic has purchased 80% of Danish biotech firm QuantBioRes, aiming to develop a medical treatment against COVID-19, the company's chief executive told Reuters
QuantBioRes CEO Ivan Loncarevic, who describes himself as an entrepreneur, says the investment was made in June 2020 but declined to reveal the amount
QuantBioRes has around 11 researchers working in Denmark, Australia and Slovenia, according to Loncarevic, who stresses they were working on a treatment, not a vaccine
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Rafael Nadal steps up his march towards a record 21st Grand Slam title at the # AusOpen, with Ashleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka also taking centre stage
Andy Murray calls it "irritating," Nick Kyrgios says it is "stupid" as confused players at #AusOpen have to deal with spectators giving them Cristiano Ronaldo's "siuu" celebration treatment, which sounds like "boo" to uninitiated
Women's top seed Ashleigh Barty stays on course for a potential fourth-round showdown with Naomi Osaka with a second flawless display at #AusOpen, as in-form eighth seed Paula Badosa also powers through
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Daniil Medvedev underlines status as man to beat in absence of Novak Djokovic with convincing win, while Garbine Muguruza, Iga Swiatek and Anett Kontaveit make comfortable starts and Simona Halep wins despite struggling
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#BREAKING Australian Open organisers 'deeply regret' impact of Djokovic saga Image
#UPDATE Organisers of #AusOpen say they "deeply regret" the impact the Novak Djokovic deportation saga had on other players and admit there were "lessons to learn" Image
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has left the door open for Novak Djokovic to compete at next year's #AusOpen despite the tennis superstar facing an automatic three-year ban from entering the country ImageImage
On the first day of the #AusOpen, the world's best men's tennis player was taking selfies with fans at a Dubai airport arrivals gate instead of warming up for his first scheduled match on center court at Melbourne Park in front of thousands Image
Novak Djokovic could be barred from playing in the French Open as things stand now after the Sports Ministry said there would be no exemption from France's new vaccine pass law Image
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Novak Djokovic accepts the verdict and won’t appeal. He is out of Australian & #AusOpen.
3 years ban thing is a reality as well.
Djokovic will be replaced by Italian LL Salvatore Caruso, who will face Kecmanovic tomorrow. Surely not on Laver’s night session.

Should be Kokkinakis’ match to take that place.
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