Dimitrov has hardly been playing it safe with the rest of his wardrobe, either. The T-shirt he wore during Monday's game was made up of salmon pink, red and black patches, and during a practice session ahead of the tournament he wore a bright red top with a black floral design. … [Read more...] about Grigor Dimitrov turns heads with bold tracksuit choice at the Australian Open
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She tested positive five times for meldonium in 2015 -- but not during the period when she reached the Australian Open final after winning a Brisbane warmup event. Her defense team said she forgot to take it and other drugs she used at tournaments (magnerot and riboxin) with her Down Under on that occasion. … [Read more...] about Maria Sharapova’s drugs ban cut to 15 months on appeal
He was twice broken by Dellien -- at the end of the first set and midway through the second -- but powered through the third to love, wrapping up the win in just over two hours. … [Read more...] about Rafa Nadal breezes through Australian Open first round
In 2016, Sharapova tested positive for banned substance meldonium at the Australian Open. She was initially banned for two years, before an appeal saw the ban reduced to 15 months. Returning to action in April the following year, she has since been unable to hit the heights from the start of her career. … [Read more...] about The downfall of Maria Sharapova: Does Australian Open defeat finally mark the end of a fallen champion?
It's likely no one from the White House gave the National Archives orders to alter the image. Instead, it seems the museum -- an independent organization that seeks to "cultivate public participation, and strengthen our nation's democracy through public access to high-value government records," voluntarily corrupted themselves and diluted our memory of the past to avoid controversy. But editing a photo and glossing over the fact that many demonstrators turned out to protest Trump is, itself, a political act. … [Read more...] about The National Archives’ dangerous corruption of history