At WTA Finals, Muguruza wins all-Spanish clash against Badosa
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At WTA Finals, Muguruza wins all-Spanish clash against Badosa

On Tuesday, Garbine Muguruza won the championship match against fellow Spaniard Paula  Badosa in Guadalajara. Muguruza put Badosa on the back foot from the outset in their first career meeting with a 6-3 6-3 win. In an 11-minute third game, Muguruza held off Badosa's three break point opportunities, going in at 3-0 and cruising from there, firing an ace to go up 5-2 and sealing victory when Badosa hit a backhand into the net on match point. The former world number one and two-time Grand Slam champion Badosa was unable to hold her serve during the lengthy second game of the second set

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India Scripts History At Tokyo Paralympics
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India Scripts History At Tokyo Paralympics

India has created scripted history at the Tokyo Paralympic with winning 19 medals for the country. It was the best-ever tally in a single edition of Paralympic where India won 5 gold medals, 8 silver medals, and 6 bronze medals. India finished inside the top 25 at the Paralympic Games in Japan's Capital. Paralympic games are for able-bodied athletes. Total 19 medals for the nation was the best so far at a multi-spot world event which broke its initial mark of 12 medals at the Summer Youth Olympics in 2018. In Rio, Paralympic India had a total of 19 athletes where they won their four medals

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Tunisia Retain African Basketball Crown After Overcoming Ivory
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Tunisia Retain African Basketball Crown After Overcoming Ivory

On Sunday, Tunisia retained the African basketball crown after overcoming the Ivory coast 78-75. They won the title on home soil after four years at Kigali Arena in the Rwandan capital and retained the AfroBasket continental title. It was started slowly in the final by Dirk Bauermann’s side but soon found their stride. It was a 12-point run that allowed ‘The Eagles’ to build up a 47-32 lead in its halftime. In the third quarter, the Ivorians fought back and closed to within four points but Tunisia pulled back to lead by 11 in the fourth. However, their opponents never gave up and the

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Europe Beats US To Retain Solheim Cup
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Europe Beats US To Retain Solheim Cup

Team Europe beats the United States to retain the Solheim Cup with 15-13. Matilda Castren sank a final hole put at the Inverness Club on Monday and won for the second time on American soil. To edge Lizette Salas, the Finn steered in a right to left to par putt on the 18th as Europe held the trophy. Dane Emily Pedersen secured victory eight years after they won on US soil with three matches to compete before a half a point. With 9-7, Europe started the day ahead and sped to retaining the trophy before the Americans. The US attempted a late comeback before flattering as the pressure mounted.

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Djokovic Battles To Reach US Open Quarter-Finals
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Djokovic Battles To Reach US Open Quarter-Finals

Novak Djokovic fought hard as he beat American wildcard Jenson Brooksby to reach the quarter-finals at the US Open. He kept his calendar Grand Slam hopes alive by winning 1-6 6-3 6-2 6-2. With a poor first set, the world number one overcame to win with a brushing encounter as he was pushed by Brooksby. Brooksby was well-supported by the full crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium. He found himself embroiled in a super encounter across the two hours and 58 minutes with the world number 99 Brooksby. With the crowd repeatedly jumping out of their seats to applaud their court coverage and shots, both th

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Rogers Stuns No.1 Barty In 3 Sets To Advance At U.S. Open
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Rogers Stuns No.1 Barty In 3 Sets To Advance At U.S. Open

American Shelby Rogers stunts No.1 Ashleigh Barty of Australia three sets to advance at the US Open. Shelby was beaten five times by Bart four of those matches coming this season. On Saturday night, the third round of the US Open Roger ranked No. 43 changed the game. Roger mixed up her pace and hit moon shots. She threw in some high balls which led her to the third-set tiebreaker in which Barty had served for the match twice. Roger was left on the court shaking her head in disbelief and smiling as she defeated Barty by 6-2, 1-6,7-6 (7-5). When Roger was asked to explain how she pulled i

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Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Men’s International Scoring Record With 110th and 111th goals
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Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Men’s International Scoring Record With 110th and 111th goals

On Wednesday, Cristiano Ronaldo broke the all-time Men’s international goalscoring record with 110th and 111th Portugal goals. A stunning late show for his side took him past Iranian great Ali Daei’s mark. He breaks the record with 2 goals to hit 111. After the confirmation on Tuesday regarding Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United from Juventus, he scored an 89th-minute equalizer in Portugal’s World Cup qualifier against the Republic of Ireland in Faro. In the game, Ronaldo snatched all three points for Portugal in the sixth minute of injury time. He rose to his highest power with

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Alcaraz Become The Youngest In Open Era To Reach Men’s q-finals At Flushing Meadows
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Alcaraz Become The Youngest In Open Era To Reach Men’s q-finals At Flushing Meadows

The Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz became the youngest player in the Open era to reach the men's quarterfinals at the Flushing Meadows. The 18-year-old beat Germany’s Peter Gojowczyk with 5-7, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2, 6-0. Gojowczyk played the fourth round of a major for the first time ever. He is 14 years older than Alcaraz who made a bright start to edge him in the first set. However, Gojowczyk was hampered midway through the fourth set by an injury to his thigh and took a medical tmeout. With a bagel in the decider, Alcaraz baselined the German, sealing the victory in three hours and 31 minutes whe

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Uproar As Brazil vs Argentina Clash Abandoned Following COVID-19 Controversy
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Uproar As Brazil vs Argentina Clash Abandoned Following COVID-19 Controversy

On Sunday, as the controversy over COVID-19 protocols erupted, Argentina's football team was sensationally abandoned shortly after kick-off from Brazil's World Cup qualifying clash. The match between the two giants was halted when Brazilian health officials ran onto the pitch and triggered a melee that involved team officials and players from both sides. The intervention came hours after the health authorities in Brazil said that four England-based players in Argentina’s team needed to be placed in “immediate quarantine” as they breached the COVID-19 protocols. According to Brazil's

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Senegal Sink Togo As Africa’s World Cup Qualifying Resumes
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Senegal Sink Togo As Africa’s World Cup Qualifying Resumes

Sadio Mane opened the scoring as Senegal beat Togo 2-0 in the homeland and earned three points. He earned the points in their opening Group H against Africa’s second round of World Cup qualifying which began on 1 September. Mane played a neat one-two after blazing over the bar in the first half. Mane earned before poking home just before the end of the second half as the Liverpool star took full advantage of his full potential to represent his nation. He was not bothered about the threat of having to quarantine for 10 days after he returned to England. Throughout the game, Mane was livel

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