Djokovic Awful With Violin

BY GODWIN AIKIGBE Novak Djokovic has proved terrible with violin and says his family must be happy he chose tennis over the musical instrument. The world number one said this after he joked with a violin before a training session of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros Stadium, in Paris Saturday. “My

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Halep: I’m Not Very Short

BY OBEHI EGENE Simona Halep says many tennis players are shorter than her, as she warms up to the task of landing a maiden major at Roland Garros, after a first title of the year in Madrid. “I’m not very short. Many players are shorter than me,” said the world number six, who is taller

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Monfils Withdraws From French Open

Gael Monfils has emerged the third tennis heavyweight to pull of French Open after Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer. Monfils has been bed-ridden with a virus for the past week, making him unfit to contest Roland Garros 2016. It is a huge disappointment for the French No.3, who was enjoying career-best consistency in 2016 –

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Doping: Sharapova Faces Hearing In London

Maria Sharapova is facing an International Tennis Federation anti-doping hearing in London, British media reported, with the Russian facing a possible ban of up to four years for failing a drugs test at the Australian Open. The five-time grand slam champion stunned the world in March when she said she had returned a positive test for

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