India’s Davis Cup tie against Finland postponed to 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic

India’s Davis Cup tie against Finland was on Friday deferred to 2021 as the International Tennis Federation (ITF) pushed back all the matches, remembering the Finals for Madrid, to one year from now inferable from COVID-19 pandemic. India were booked to make a trip to Finland for the World Group I tie in September however…Continue reading India’s Davis Cup tie against Finland postponed to 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic

Novak Djokovic’s coach Goran Ivanisevic tests positive for COVID-19

World no.1 Novak Djokovic’s mentor and previous Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic is the most recent to test positive for coronavirus after his cooperation in the doomed Adria World Tour. Ivanisevic made the declaration in an Instagram post on Friday. “I might want to illuminate each and every individual who has been in contact with me…Continue reading Novak Djokovic’s coach Goran Ivanisevic tests positive for COVID-19

Our behavior was a mistake, we acted too euphorically: Dominic Thiem on Adria Tour

World no.3 Dominic Thiem on Thursday apologized for the tragic Adria Tour whose last was dropped on Tuesday after four members and two mentors had tried positive for COVID-19. The show arrangement went under scanner after Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov tried positive not long ago after which two different players – Borna Coric and Victor Troicki…Continue reading Our behavior was a mistake, we acted too euphorically: Dominic Thiem on Adria Tour

Novak Djokovic’s Adria Tour hasn’t been a good look for tennis, need to respect rules: Andy Murray

Previous tennis World No.1 Andy Murray said that Novak Djokovic’s Adria World Tour has given tennis an awful name for its absence of social separating rules and the resulting spray of coronavirus cases that have desired those associated with it. Murray himself came back to the tennis court on Tuesday, in a display competition in…Continue reading Novak Djokovic’s Adria Tour hasn’t been a good look for tennis, need to respect rules: Andy Murray

Novak Djokovic defends exhibition series but apologises for COVID-19 cases in Adria Tour

Novak Djokovic’s grievous Adria Tour occasion that has just confronted abundant reactions for his poor facilitating game plans simply turned more regrettable when the world number one on Tuesday tried positive for coronavirus thus expanding the count to six from the two-legged occasion. Prior in the day, previous world no. 20 Victor Troicki and his…Continue reading Novak Djokovic defends exhibition series but apologises for COVID-19 cases in Adria Tour

It’s not a joke: Nick Kyrgios calls Adria Tour ‘bone-headed’ after two players tested positive for COVID-19

World No.40 Nick Kyrgios on Monday hammered the choice to proceed with Adria Tour after two stars who took an interest in the competition tried positive for coronavirus. Bulgarian Grigor Dmitrov had tried positive on Sunday while Croatian Borna Coric was determined to have COVID-19 on Monday. The two players had partaken in the presentation…Continue reading It’s not a joke: Nick Kyrgios calls Adria Tour ‘bone-headed’ after two players tested positive for COVID-19

Novak Djokovic reaches final of exhibition tournament in Croatia

World No.1 Novak Djokovic arrived at the last of his display competition in Zadar, Croatia, in the wake of facilitating through the cooperative gathering stage on the principal day. This is the second phase of the Adria Tour with Austrian Dominic Thiem winning the main leg in Belgrade, Serbia. Djokovic began by sparing three set…Continue reading Novak Djokovic reaches final of exhibition tournament in Croatia

Leander Paes ready to unleash his ‘new version’ when sport resumes but concerned about Tokyo Games

Leander Paes is prepared to release his ‘new form’ when the game continues however the veteran tennis star fears that the coordinators will most likely be unable to pull off Tokyo Games and the heritage he needs to make by playing his eighth progressive Olympics could stay an unrealised dream. Paes, who turned 47 on…Continue reading Leander Paes ready to unleash his ‘new version’ when sport resumes but concerned about Tokyo Games

Would love to go: Novak Djokovic on US Open participation

World No.1 Novak Djokovic has opened the entryway for his support in the current year’s US Open only days after coordinators set forward the timetable in wake of coronavirus pandemic. Djokovic, notwithstanding, didn’t affirm on the off chance that he will take an interest in the last Grand Slam of the year or not, yet…Continue reading Would love to go: Novak Djokovic on US Open participation