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Wimbledon
Sports  /  Published 13.08.22

Kyrgios eyes image change

Tired of being branded as a wasted talent, Nick Kyrgios hopes his “amazing tennis” will get the critics off his back so they might give him space to relax off court and not condemn him for...
By Reuters

Sports  /  Published 10.08.22

‘I’m Medvedev & I play tennis’

Daniil Medvedev said he tried to use the extra time away from the court to his advantage after Wimbledon banned Russian and Belarusian players from the grass court major in light of Russia’s inv...
By Reuters

Sports  /  Published 14.07.22

McEnroe's advice for Kyrgios

Wimbledon runner-up Nick Kyrgios does not require a coach but someone like Sigmund Freud to sort out his problems as tennis needs the Australian maverick, seven-time major winner John McEnroe said. T...
By Reuters in London

Opinion  /  Published 12.07.22

Letters to the Editor: Calcutta's nonchalance on platinum jubilee of the Queen

Momentous miss Sir — Calcutta was often called the last outpost of the Empire. Ian Jack once wrote in The Guardian that two things united Calcutta and London — “the first is expensi...
By The Telegraph

Sports  /  Published 12.07.22

Voice of Wimbledon bids adieu

“You cannot be serious,” said John McEnroe, only this time it was not to any chair umpire but to Sue Barker, the legendary BBC presenter of the Wimbledon Championships. McEnroe was reacti...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

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Sports  /  Published 12.07.22

Praise laced with sting

Australia’s media marked rather than celebrated Nick Kyrgios’s run to the Wimbledon final on Monday, mixing praise for his play with condemnation of his outbursts at officials, fans and hi...
By Reuters in Sydney

Sports  /  Published 12.07.22

Flexibility armour for champion on grass

He is an elastic man, Novak Djokovic. As he and Nick Kyrgios prepared to walk onto Centre Court for their Wimbledon men’s singles final on Sunday, Kyrgios paced in tight circles in the clubhous...
By Christopher Clarey

Sports  /  Published 11.07.22

Czech duo take women’s crown

In a Wimbledon women’s doubles final between the top two seeds, second-seeded Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova were crowned champions. In their second career championships appearance o...
By Reuters in London

Sports  /  Published 11.07.22

Rybakina serves poetic justice

Elena Rybakina’s surprise run to the Wimbledon title — full of overwhelming serves, timely winners and underrated defence — was a thing of cruel beauty. Poker face firmly in place, ...
By Christopher Clarey in Wimbledon

Sports  /  Published 11.07.22

At Wimbledon, Djoker’s the king

No-one, however, expected it to be an easy straight-sets match.Djokovic’s delivery went up a gear in the second set and the Serb slowly but surely started demonstrating why he is considered the ...
By Reuters in London


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