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German Tennis great Boris Becker jailed for two and a half years for hiding assets during his bankruptcy case

6-times Grand Slam singles champion Boris Becker has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for hiding his assets while he was declared bankrupt.

Russian and Belarusian players banned from Wimbledon, British events

All England Lawn Tennis Club bans tennis players from Russia and Belarus in the Wimbledon this year

‘Racist, sexist’: New York Times uses picture of her sister in place of Serena Williams, fails to even mention her name in an article...

Moreover, the New York Times has also avoided mentioning the name 'Serena Williams' in the headline and has just written 'Tennis star'.

Tennis Australia lifts ban on T-shirts supporting Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai at Grand Slam, banners still prohibited

Tennis Australia has lifted its ban on fans wearing t-shirts to the Australian Open to support Chinese star Peng Shuai.

Tennis Australia stands firm to its decision to ban clothes and banners supporting missing Chinese Tennis star Peng Shuai

Tennis Australia said that spectators at Australian Open not allowed to make political comments including support for Peng Shuai

‘Sneaky a**hole’ – Journalists criticise Djokovic for hiding COVID info in declaration form in a viral clip

The newsreaders' rant was a reaction to the reports that Djokovic has admitted there were errors in his travel documents for the Australian Open.

Djokovic’s participation in Australian Open still unsure as threat of deportation persists, Australian minister mulls personally considering his case

The government's counsel soon hinted that Hawke was mulling over to revoke Djokovic's visa again

Novak Djokovic can now stay in Australia and play Grand Slam, court overturns govt order to cancel his visa

Judge Anthony Kelly has ruled that the government's order cancelling Djokovic's visa will be quashed.

Australian Open: Djokovic may be deported from Australia as Scott Morrison says vaccination rules won’t be relaxed

Scott Morrison had announced that 'Rules are rules' and Djokovic will be sent back home in the next plane if he fails to follow them.

17-yr-old Aman Dahiya denied entry at Australian Open, unvaccinated Djokovic exempted. Racism much?

Aman Dahiya, 17 who hails from Haryana had made it to the Australian Open Junior Championships but was denied entry as he was yet to be vaccinated.

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