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(Reuters) - Aryna Sabalenka's mind was full of doubts before playing Serena Williams for the first time at the Australian Open but the feisty Belarussian has vowed to be mentally much stronger going into her next contest against the 23-times Grand Slam winner.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Jennifer Brady spent two weeks in hard quarantine gathering mental strength for her tilt at a maiden Grand Slam title and will hope there is plenty in reserve when she takes on Naomi Osaka in Saturday's Australian Open final.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - In her junior playing days Jennifer Brady was repeatedly told by her coaches that she had the potential to be a great tennis player but it was not until last year that the American believed in her own ability.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka is no longer focused on reclaiming the world No. 1 ranking and says she just wants to become more consistent and play every match as hard as she can.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic found playing without crowds last season strange and he can't wait to wow the fans in the stands at his 17th Australian Open.
(Reuters) - Winning this season's Premier League title is not a realistic target for new Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and the German said
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Conor McGregor weighed in alongside three of the other top lightweight contenders on Friday ahead of UFC 257 but the name on everyone's lips this week has been Khabib Nurmagomedov, the retired champion in that weight class whose successor has yet to be crowned.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennys Sandgren was granted special permission to board a chartered flight from Los Angeles bound for the Australian Open in Melbourne on Wednesday despite testing positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week, Tennis Australia said.
MANAMA (Reuters) - Romain Grosjean leaped to safety in a 'miracle' escape after his Haas car was ripped in half and engulfed in flames in a first-lap accident that halted Sunday's Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix.
LONDON (Reuters) - Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford said VAR was "ruining football" after he was harshly denied a goal because of a mystifying offside decision at Crystal Palace on Saturday.