The preliminary phase of the Australian Open 2022 will be played again in the Middle East

As advanced by the Daily Mail and The Times, Abu dhabi and Dubai will once again be the places chosen by Tennis Australia to play the previous phase of the Australian Open 2022. As has already happened this season, the COVID measures force the two tables to be separated, with the difference that this time the main tournament will start on the theoretical dates: January 17.
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ATP Metz. Bernabé Zapata surpasses the first round of the ‘qualy’

The only Spaniard in the previous phase of the Metz ATP 250, in France, has passed the first round of that ‘qualy’. Bernabé Zapata he has had to come back to earn the right to a second round. A result of 3-6, 6-4 and 6-1 to the Chilean Alejandro Tabilo, to be measured in the next duel to the French Müller. If he accesses the final draw, it will be the fourth Spanish in Metz, in addition to Carreño, Davidovich and Pedro Martínez.
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Why is the WTA circuit receiving so much criticism?

Don’t deny it, absolutely your tongue has additionally turned on and you’ve got shot towards the present development of the ladies’s circuit. Why does a unique participant win each week? The place are the locker room leaders? Are all of them superb or do they not have a champion degree? And Raducanu? Is it regular for the # 150 in the world to reach and win a Grand Slam? As the debate It is nice for us, we’ve got taken a few laps by it BBVA Worldwide Open of Valencia and we’ve got requested those that actually find out about it, three coaches from the present ladies’s circuit.
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Russell ‘just not feeling’ Williams FW43B at Italian GP

George Russell admitted that he is not yet “feeling” the Williams FW43B following qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix. The Mercedes power unit was unable to give Williams much of a boost as Russell escaped Q1 only thanks to Yuki Tsunoda seeing his fastest time deleted for track limits. And...

Tech Draft: Formula 1 Crash Repair Ballet

Tech Draft: Dutch Grand Prix Notebook made mention of the Herculean effort of Ferrari to repair Carlos Sainz’s SF21 after his FP3 red flag accident during the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix weekend. His crash at Zandvoort on the banked Turn 3 prompting queries from readers about what goes on in...

Tech Draft: 2021 Dutch Grand Prix notebook

The 2021 FIA Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix might not have been the exciting race full of overtaking and drama that many might have been craving for, but the weekend’s performance trends reiterated that both Max Verstappen and the Red Bull RB16B are on top of their games. In the...

Ocon predicts ‘chaotic first lap’ at Zandvoort

Esteban Ocon expects some early thrills and spills in the first Dutch Grand Prix for 36 years. Formula 1 has returned to a revamped Zandvoort circuit, complete with three banked turns, to capitalise on the sport’s rising popularity in the Netherlands – which, of course, is due in no small part to Max Verstappen’s emergence.

DRS glitch threatened Verstappen’s home GP pole

Christian Horner has confirmed Max Verstappen’s pole position for the Dutch Grand Prix was such a close call only because of a DRS issue. The Red Bull driver, roared on by a large crowd of orange-clad home fans, clung on to top spot for the first F1 race at Zandvoort for 36 years under a strong late attack from Lewis Hamilton.

Holger Rune, Djokovic’s rival: “I have a lot of faith in myself”

Last spring, Holger Rune gets in touch with Novak Djokovic in case the Serbian wants to train with him in Monte Carlo. No, he agreed, and the young Danish tennis player was able to fulfill his dream of being with one of his idols for the first time. Months later, what are the things, will see the faces against the number 1 in the world in the first round of the US Open. It will be the boy’s first experience in a Grand Slam, and as if that were not enough, he will face the great favorite. A day that, for sure, he will never forget.

Rebeka Masarova: “My first Grand Slam I have nothing to lose”

Earlier than beginning this US Open 2021 We have been already clear that one of many nice tales of the event was that of Rebeka Masarova. Spanish participant, born in Basel 22 years in the past and immersed in her first Grand Slam as knowledgeable. Her path began within the preliminary section, the first she performed in her profession, though seeing her compete it didn’t appear to be it. His three victories gave him the move to his first remaining body, the place he was emptied for 3h43min in opposition to Ana Bogdan, saving two match factors and inaugurating its report of official triumphs this season. After the marathon, Break Level had the pleasure of chatting along with her.

US Open 2021: Podoroska, Delbonis and Coria take the field in New York

After a perfect Monday for the Argentines in New York, with victories for Diego Schwartzman, Facundo Bagnis, Guido Pella and Marco Trungelliti, three other national rackets will debut this Tuesday at the US Open. Nadia Podoroska, Federico Delbonis and Federico Coria will seek to extend the great start of light blue and white tennis in the last Grand Slam of the season, which is played in the complex of Flushing Meadows and distributes $ 57,500,000 in prizes.

Flood and mock race that Verstappen wins at Spa

The persistent rain has ruined the show at Spa-Francorchamps. The Belgian Grand Prix it could not be raced normally and after a long waiting period of almost three hours, the F1 race director, Michael Masi has resolved the dilemma by decreeing a race simulation, with the cars completing three laps behind the safety car and an atypical distribution of points (half of those that would correspond for each position), based on the order of the starting grid. Max verstappen he has won the shortest race in history.