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Rafael Nadal: Love and Tennis

It is not a reference to the next Marvel Movie Thor: Love and Thunder, but it is a title that can also lend itself well to tell some anecdotes about the life of Rafael Nadal, tennis champion and 20-times-Slam-champion, between love for his wife Xisca Perello and his amazing career.
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Buick Average Transaction Price Reaches $36K In September

The Average Transaction Price (ATP) for new Buick vehicles sold in the U.S. crossed the $36,000-mark last month, increasing alongside rising ATPs across the auto industry. According to a recent report from vehicle valuation and automotive research company Kelley Blue Book, the ATP for new Buick vehicles sold in September was recorded at $36,319, an increase of 3.5 percent compared to an ATP of $35,086 recorded a month earlier. The latest figures also represent a 6.2-percent year-over-year rise compared to figures recorded in 2020.
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Andrey Rublev on the vaccination for the Australian Open 2022

The Russian player Andrey Rublev's path to Indian Wells was interrupted early, having gone out in the second game against Tommy Paul with the score of 6-4 3-6 7-5. Today at the number 6 in the world rankings, the Muscovite beat Ivo Karlovic and Pedro Martinez to reach the third round at the last US Open, where he was defeated by Frances Tiafoe in a long battle that ended only in the decisive part.
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Toni Nadal: "Medvedev is much inferior to Rafael Nadal because..."

The Indian Wells Masters 1000 took place without any of the Big 3s present. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal ended their 2021 early due to related physical problems, which prevented them from playing regularly this year. The Swiss underwent surgery on his right knee for the third time in the last year and a half and there is no precise plan for his return to the pitch.
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A dog’s recovery through a ruff time

Maddie, a 13-year-old lab mix, obtained a fracture in her elbow as a puppy. Her elbow healed, but she later developed arthritis. Thanks to the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Maddie’s quality of life has been improving since her initial diagnosis. Maddie receives treatment every week at the hospital. She uses...
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STEFANOS TSITSIPAS: Jokes aside, the next James Bond should be Greek!

As suggestions and speculation swirls about who the next James Bond should be after the departure of Daniel Craig, Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas decided to troll the internet and tweeted that the next James Bond should be Greek. “Guys, jokes aside, the next James Bond should be Greek,” he...
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'I can't imagine Novak Djokovic not wanting...', says ATP legend

The Australian Open is difficult for Novak Djokovic, and not precisely because of sports issues. The world number 1 will not be able to enter Australia to defend his title unless he is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the country's immigration minister said on Wednesday, questioning the Serbian's candidacy for the Grand record.
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ATP roundup: Karen Khachanov earns comeback win in Moscow

Third-seeded Karen Khachanov, playing in his hometown of Moscow, rallied for a 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 win over Australia's James Duckworth on Wednesday in the second round of the VTB Kremlin Cup. Khachanov finished with a 17-8 edge in aces and won 81 percent of his first-serve points (30 of 37).
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Mannarino Saves 1 MP, Upsets Rublev In Moscow

Rublev beat Mannarino in straight sets in the 2019 Moscow final. In a repeat of the 2019 VTB Kremlin Cup final, Frenchman Adrian Mannarino avenged his defeat to reigning champion Andrey Rublev, saving one match point, edging past the Russian 5-7, 7-6(4), 6-3 to reach the quarter-finals in Moscow. In...
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Rafael Nadal: 'If you surround yourself with great people...'

If we know anything about Rafael Nadal, it is that without the values ​​that from minute one of his career he has preached, he would not be where he is now. With no tournament in sight and already preparing for a return to the slopes next season, as long as the discomfort in his foot allows it, we have seen the manacorí in a series of events and meetings in which he shows his most diplomatic face, also serving as an inspiration to young boys who can attend these meetings.
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inews.co.uk

What time is Andy Murray playing today? How to watch his European Open clash vs Diego Schwartzman live on TV

Andy Murray has many happy memories in Antwerp. Back in 2019, the former world No 1 won his first ATP title since having a metal hip inserted to deal with a long-term problem. That run two years ago was not without its struggles: Marius Copil, Ugo Humbert and Stan Wawrinka, his last three opponents, all pushed him to a deciding set. Nevertheless, a resurgent Murray triumphed and optimism was abound that it could be the beginning of a second phase of his career, which might just be as successful as the first.
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