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Due to his opponent’s lengthy bathroom break, British tennis player Dan Evans has a nervous breakdown on the court. As he walked off the court for a long toilet break in the Sydney Classic semi-final, British No. 2 Dan Evans must have thought his opponent was literally taking the piss. After his opponent in the Sydney Classic semi-final took a five-minute toilet break, enraged Dan Evans went potty and called tennis officials a “f****** embarrassment.” After Aslan Karatsev was allowed to take a seemingly endless comfort break in the third set, the British No.2 lost his cool. The ATP, the…

After winning the Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios takes a swig of a fan’s beer. After sweeping Britain’s Liam Broady aside in straight sets in the first round of the Australian Open, Nick Kyrgios celebrated in style by taking a swig of a fan’s beer while posing for photographs. After advancing to the second round of the Australian Open on Tuesday, Nick Kyrgios was seen taking a swig of a fan’s beer. The 26-year-old Australian cruised past Liam Broady of the United Kingdom in straight sets and was up to his old tricks as he started his home tournament in typically…

Nick Kyrgios’ ‘unreal’ underarm serve through legs enthrals Australian Open spectators. Nick Kyrgios, a Canberra native, was in fine form as he began the Australian Open in front of his home crowd, pulling off an audacious serve that caught Britain’s Liam Broady off guard. With an ingenious serve through his legs, Nick Kyrgios has enthralled Australian Open fans. Throughout his tennis career, Kyrgios has made headlines on a number of occasions, most often for controversial reasons. However, the Canberra native was in fine form as he began his home tournament against British number four Liam Broady in the first round.…

After the visa debacle in Australia, Novak Djokovic could be barred from the US Open. Novak Djokovic’s vaccination status could keep him from competing in the French and US Opens this year, after preventing him from competing in the Australian Open. Following the debacle of his visa dispute with Australia, Novak Djokovic may now be barred from competing in this year’s US Open. On the eve of this year’s Australian Open, the 20-time Grand Slam winner was deported from the country after his visa was revoked for the second time. Following a row over his vaccination following his arrival in…

Navratilova tells Novak Djokovic to “go home” and withdraw from the Australian Open. Since his arrival in Australia, Novak Djokovic has been at the center of a lot of controversy, and Martina Navratilova believes it’s time for him to step away. Following a contentious week for Serbian Novak Djokovic, Martina Navratilova has told him to ‘go home’ and withdraw from the Australian Open. Djokovic arrived in Melbourne last week, but was detained by border officials upon arrival after his visa was denied. No. 1 on the planet 1 was then transferred to a quarantine hotel in the city, where he…

To avoid deportation, Novak Djokovic holds secret last-ditch negotiations with Border Force. Novak Djokovic is back in the Melbourne hotel detention centre, awaiting the outcome of his appeal to remain in Australia. As he tries to avoid deportation from Australia, Novak Djokovic has held last-minute talks with immigration officials and Border Force. After having his visa cancelled for the second time on Friday, Djokovic, 34, has returned to the immigration detention hotel. His most recent court case, in which he is attempting to avoid being deported from Australia, will be heard on Saturday at 10:30 p.m. UK time. The Serbian…

After his visa was revoked yet again, Novak Djokovic is ‘likely’ to face a three-year ban from Australia. The Australian authorities have revoked Novak Djokovic’s visa for the second time, and he could be barred from entering Australia for the next three years. Novak Djokovic’s visa was cancelled for the second time on Friday morning, and he could be barred from entering Australia for the next three years. The World No. 1 was in Australia for the Australian Open later this month. However, after failing to correctly fill out his ATD, Djokovic has been fighting authorities to be allowed to…

Novak Djokovic’s visa has been revoked yet again, just three days before the Australian Open. Novak Djokovic was detained upon his arrival in Australia, despite winning an appeal to gain entry, but he could now be thrown out before the Australian Open. Only three days before the Australian Open, Australia’s Minister for Immigration has revoked Novak Djokovic’s visa. Djokovic is unvaccinated against Covid, but he was granted a medical exemption to enter the country ahead of the year’s first Grand Slam. Despite testing positive for Covid last month, he was initially detained upon arrival before being granted an appeal. With…

Novak Djokovic is photographed at the airport after returning to Serbia. Novak Djokovic has returned to Serbia, where he was greeted warmly by fans after being kicked out of Australia after a two-week spat over Covid-19 vaccinations. Novak Djokovic has arrived in Serbia after being kicked out of Australia as a result of the Covid vaccination controversy that has engulfed the tennis world. The World No. 1 was given a medical exemption to enter the country ahead of the Australian Open this month, but was detained when his visa was rejected by Australian Border Force. Djokovic’s visa was reinstated after…

Following his deportation, Novak Djokovic was hit with a hefty bill from the Australian government. After an intense row over his Covid-19 vaccination status ahead of the Australian Open, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic was deported and will be banned from Australia for three years. After being deported from Australia this week, Novak Djokovic has been ordered to pay a large sum of money to the Australian government. The Serbian tennis player has been embroiled in a tense political standoff with authorities for the past two weeks, and was finally kicked out of Australia over the weekend. Despite not being…

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