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  • When will Big 3 yield?
    MIAMI—The next generation of men’s tennis remains a jumble of unrealized potential. With Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer skipping the Miami Open, the tournament was expected to bring the game’s new faces into sharper focus. Instead, the outlook remains fuzzy as the clay season begins. The previous weekend’s match between No. 37-ranked Hubert […]
  • All girls team makes history in Argentine auto racing
    BUENOS AIRES—Standing on the starting grid, team director Tamara Vital patted the roof of a white Chevrolet with the No. 31 on the windshield and prayed. Next to her, with hands stained by grease, mechanic Agustina Carreira gave instructions to driver Rocío Migliore before a historic moment for them and for auto racing in Argentina. […]
  • Maracanã stadium won’t be named after Pelé
    SÃO PAULO—The historic Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro will not be renamed after Pelé. State governor Claudio Castro on Thursday vetoed a divisive proposal passed by the state legislature to honor the three-time World Cup winner by calling it the “King Pelé Stadium.” The stadium, which hosted the 2014 World Cup final and opening […]
  • Vargas dares China to duel
    PHILIPPINE Basketball Association (PBA) Chairman Ricky Vargas didn’t allow another Day of Valor simply pass by and dared China to a basketball friendly during these times when the Covid-19 pandemic continue to sow havoc and the Chinese government remaining persistent in its claim on the West Philippine Sea. Vargas, in his fourth term as PBA […]
  • Japan to raise anti-virus measures in Tokyo 3 months before Olympics
    TOKYO—Japan is set to strengthen anti-virus measures in Tokyo on Friday to curb the rapid spread of a more contagious coronavirus variant just three months before the Olympics begin in the capital where most people are not yet vaccinated. Experts on a government panel gave preliminary approval to the emergency measures that would include binding […]

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