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Djokovic Clears The Air On His Gender Comments

Djokovic

Noval Djokovic is taking all efforts to heal the misunderstanding with Andy Murray and Serena Williams that followed a racist comment. Djokovic’s comment has ruffled the feathers in the tennis world. Andy Murray voiced his concern on the Twitter countering the Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky, who is against equal pay. Djokovic on addressing the press cleared the air on the gender comment saying he believes in equal opportunity and sees the game should make “no difference regarding gender.” He also added that he had sent personal messages to Serena, Carolina Wozniacki and more regarding the issues to reaffirm his stance on the negative meaning of his statements.

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Nottingham Forest Heroes Will Not Attend The Club Dinner

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The Nottingham Forest’s European Cup players will not be part of the official celebrations as the fans are being charged heavy price. The 150th-anniversary dinner celebrations will not be attended by the winning team. John Robertson and Colin Barrett are the players who were responsible for the win have also decided not to take part in the celebrations. It is expected that other members will all follow suit which could turn out to be a hugely embarrassing moment for the Forest club. The first match of the Forest’s took place in the year 1866. The anniversary year the club is placed in the 15th position.

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Formula One Rights Secured By Sky

Formula One Rights Secured By Sky

The exclusive rights of Formula One Racing 2019 have been secured by Sky. It will be the first time that the races will be made exclusively available to pay TV subscribers. Sky has the credit of broadcasting 21 grand Prix live, and Channel 4 has also claimed the rights to show ten races every year after signing a three-year deal that is worth £35m per year. With the BBC exit, Channel 4 picked up the rights. The new rights for Sky will hold well till the year 2024. The British Grand Prix will be telecasted on a free-to-air Sky Channel.

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