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July

09
Tennis star Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Olympics, cites lack of fans as well as injury

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics, saying playing without spectators “doesn’t feel right.” Kyrgios says an abdominal injury was also a factor in his withdrawal from the Games, which begins on July 23. “It’s a decision I didn’t take lightly,” Kyrgios posted on Twitter on Friday (Australia time). Just hours before Kyrgios’ statement, Olympic organizers banned all crowds from the Games amid Tokyo’s ongoing state of emergency due to the coronavirus. Kyrgios maintained it was his “dream” to compete at an Olympics. “And I know I may never get that opportunity again,” he wrote. […]

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July

08
Do Live Dealer Casinos Cheat at Blackjack?

Live dealer blackjack has become one of the most popular ways to play this game. It lets you to enjoy brick and mortar-style blackjack from the comforts of your own home. Assuming you can’t make it to a land-based casino, then live blackjack is the next best thing. However, it can also raise alarms about the dealer cheating. The concept of blackjack dealers cheating is nothing new. In fact, one live dealer studio was actually caught ripping players off! Ways That Live Casinos Could Cheat at Blackjack You don’t normally need to worry about blackjack dealers cheating in live dealer […]

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July

07
Hicks’ 4th homer in 4 games helps Rangers top Tigers 10-5

John Hicks became the first player to homer in his first four games with the Rangers/Washington Senators franchise and added a go-ahead single in the seventh inning to lead Texas over the Detroit Tigers 10-5 on Tuesday night. Hicks, brought up from Triple-A Round Rock on June 29 after catcher Jose Trevino got hurt, hit a two-run homer of the left field foul pole in the fourth that put the Rangers ahead 2-1 in a four-run inning. “Fortunately, I’ve gotten good pitches to hit and thankfully hit them well enough they went over the fence,” stated Hicks, who played with the Tigers 2016-19. “I’m not […]

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July

06
Mind Control Snaps Losing Streak With Win In Nerud Stakes At Belmont

Mind Control had not seen the inside of a winner’s circle since March 2020 when he obtained the Grade 3 Tom Fool Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack in New York, N.Y. The 5-year-old horse had gotten close in his last eight starts, finishing second to Mischevious Alex in the Carter Handicap at Aqueduct back in April. Sunday, Mind Control dueled with favorite Firenze Fire throughout the seven furlongs of the Grade 2 John A. Nerud Stakes at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y., never letting Firenze Fire get more than a half-length on him before battling back to win by a head […]

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July

05
Roger Federer reaches fourth round, Nick Kyrgios drops out of Wimbledon match after suffering abdominal injury

Roger Federer reached the fourth round at Wimbledon for a record-extending 18th time on Saturday by defeating Cameron Norrie 6-4, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 on Centre Court. The eight-time Wimbledon champion had a slight wobble in the third set when he missed two break points at 5-5 and was then broken at love by Norrie. After trading breaks in the fourth set, Federer broke again for a 5-4 lead. He will play No. 23-seeded Lorenzo Sonego of Italy on Monday. Norrie was the last British man left in the tournament. Also, fourth-seeded Alexander Zverev defeated American Taylor Fritz 6-7 (3), 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 (4) and No. 7 Matteo Berrettini advanced past Aljaz […]

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July

02
Roger Federer cruises into third round at Wimbledon

Roger Federer became the oldest man to reach the third round at Wimbledon in 46 years, winning every service game Thursday to extend his winning streak versus Richard Gasquet to 11 matches, 7-6 (1), 6-1, 6-4. “I was really happy with my performance,” Federer told the crowd. He turns 40 next month. Ken Rosewall was 40 when he made a run to the fourth round in 1975. Federer improved to 19-2 against Gasquet and has won all five of their Grand Slam meetings in consecutive sets. In only his 10th match this year, Federer was delighted with the victory, but said he […]

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July

01
Different types of Bitcoin gambling games

As more individuals are going into gambling online, most online platforms are now making both deposits and withdrawals as easy as they can be. The advent of using Bitcoin as a mean of deposit on online casinos results from digitalization. The usability of Bitcoin is gaining more stardom by the day, and it’s only reasonable for online platforms to follow suit. In the casino gambling niche, most online platforms now accept Bitcoin and other Crypto as means of payment. If you are looking forward to adding up more Bitcoin, you should play new free slot games. Regardless of whether you use mobile […]

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June

30
Hawks blow out Bucks 110-88, tie series at 2-2 as Antetokounmpo leaves early with injury.

The Atlanta Hawks took on the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 on the Eastern Conference Finals Tuesday night, looking to even the series at 2-2 on their home floor. Without Trae Young, Atlanta certainly had their work cut out for them if they wanted to get back in the series. In what was a wild game, the Hawks were able to take home the 110-88 victory. The Hawks started the match on a 10-2, as it was team effort out of the gates. Bogdan Bogdanovic, Kevin Huerter, Lou Williams and Clint Capela all scored inside of the first three minutes […]

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June

29
Ring Weekend Retired to Old Friends

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement farm in Georgetown, Ky, has welcomed new retiree, Ring Weekend . Owned and campaigned by West Point Thoroughbreds and trained by Graham Motion, the grade 1-winning gelding retired from racing in 2018 and was initially sent to retrain for a second career with Olympic gold medalist Phillip Dutton, but a recent injury prevented his further progress. “‘Ring’ showed incredible promise as an Event prospect, so I was devastated when he sustained a career-limiting injury during his turnout,” stated Dutton. “I wish Ring Weekend all the best in his new prestigious retirement home,” Dutton added, “and thanks to […]

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June

28
Arizona Diamondbacks’ 24-game road losing skid finally ends with rout of Padres

It had been 62 days and 24 road matches since the Arizona Diamondbacks shook hands on an opponent’s field after a triumph. “You can’t imagine how good it feels,” manager Torey Lovullo said after the Diamondbacks snapped their MLB-record, 24-game road losing streak by routing the San Diego Padres 10-1 on Saturday night. Merrill Kelly threw six strong scoreless innings, and Eduardo Escobar had four hits and five RBIs. Escobar and Christian Walker homered for the Diamondbacks, who hadn’t won away from Chase Field since April 25, when Madison Bumgarner pitched seven no-hit innings at Atlanta. “I’m proud of these guys,” Lovullo said. “We played a real good baseball game today, […]

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