#Centre Court

KLCCNY: Suria KLCC Unveils A Chinese Palace As Part Of Its EPIC CNY Decorations

You don’t have to visit China to take photos of traditional Chinese architecture, as Suria KLCC has transformed its Centre Court, Ramlee Mall Level 1, and main entrances into sections of a royal Chinese palace! From the 7th of January to the 13th of February, shoppers will be greeted by ornate decorations, a manicured garden and the general vibe of ancient China – just in time for Chinese New Year celebrations.
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This Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Features Tassels

Jordan Brand will launch new color options of the Air Jordan 1 Centre Court in 2022. One of those will come highlighted in Spring colors with adding new details. This variation of the Air Jordan 1 Low features Sail leather across the upper while Beige suede adorns the tongue and heel. Highlighting the pair, we have Lemon Lime accents on the branding, laces, Wings logo on the heel, and tassels. Other details include a White midsole and a Lime rubber outsole.
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In an unsettled time in tennis, it’s nice to see a familiar face and game like Simona Halep’s

WATCH: Simona Halep after her second-round win at the Australian Open. These can feel like uncertain and unsettling times for tennis fans. For many years, we had rock-solid stability at the top of the sport, brought to us by Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams. Now, as 2022 gets underway, everything feels like it’s in flux. A new generation is slowly taking over the men’s game, while each Grand Slam event introduces us to a new women’s star of the moment. Between their breakthroughs at the US Open, and their early exits in Australia, Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez gave us the sports-fan equivalent of whiplash. And now Paula Badosa, a virtual unknown 12 months ago, seems like a decent bet to win the whole thing Down Under.
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Top Seed Daniil Medvedev Is The Insanely Talented 'Bad Guy' Tennis Needs

There’s always something for Daniil Medvedev to pick at. This time, after reaching the Australian Open quarter-finals with an outrageous 6-2, 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (4-7), 7-5 win over American Maxime Cressy it was the fact that he was put on Margaret Court Arena instead of Rod Laver - Australia’s version of Centre Court.

This Air Jordan 1 Centre Court Features Unfinished Wings Embroidery

Out of Jordan Brand’s vast catalog of offerings, you’d never think the Air Jordan 1 Centre Court would subvert its clean, somewhat formal look. But here, it’s doing just that, albeit subtly and only by way of the Wings embroidery. The rest of the construction is quite...

Australian Open live: Andy Murray calls out Channel 9 over tennis coverage

Andy Murray wasn’t impressed with Channel 9 and made his feelings known — sparking a late night change from the broadcaster. Day three of the Australian Open is here and locals will be hoping Ash Barty lights up Centre Court again. The Queenslander is the second match on...

Australian Open live: Rival’s awkward Barty interview mention

Ash Barty has stepped on court to continue her Australian Open campaign and there’s a very noticeable difference with her opponent. Day three of the Australian Open is here and locals will be hoping Ash Barty lights up Centre Court again. The Queenslander is on Rod Laver Arena now,...

CF Toronto Eaton Centre to revitalize the galleria skylight roof

Cadillac Fairview’s (CF) galleria skylight roof will receive a new look by Zeidler Architecture Inc. and Read Jones Christoffersen, and construction overseen by EllisDon Corporation. The existing glass will be replaced with the latest materials and technologies to improve energy efficiency while maintaining its classic design aesthetic. The project...

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Novak Djokovic: Why he is such a polarizing player

Novak Djokovic often has to cup his ear to encourage a crowd to cheer for him. He has won a record-equalling 20 men’s Grand Slam titles and is a world number one with jaw-dropping athleticism – but he is also one of his sport’s most polarising figures.

Why F1's new era must make itself stand out in sport

On the face of it, the 2019 British Grand Prix was a fine day for Formula 1. It was the day when Lewis Hamilton, in front of a crowd of more than 140,000, became the most successful driver in the event’s history, securing his sixth Silverstone victory after an entertaining battle with his Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas in the early laps.

Kokkinakis sees off Cilic, Keys to face Riske in Adelaide final

ADELAIDE, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Australia's Thanasi Kokkinakis reached his first ATP final in almost five years after battling fourth seed Marin Cilic at the Adelaide International 2 tournament on Friday, while Madison Keys sealed a comeback victory over third seed Coco Gauff. Local hope Kokkinakis beat Cilic 6-2 3-6...