British tennis star forced to train in hotel room after Australian Open quarantine
Sunday, 17 January 2021 British tennis player Heather Watson has been forced to train for the upcoming Australian Open in her hotel room, after a passenger on her plane to Melbourne tested positive for COVID-19.
After a successful run to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, Taiwanese tennis player Hsieh Su-wei found herself with more attention than she was expecting. The funny, quirky, and food loving 35-year-old instantly became the breakout hit of the tournament.
"I think about winning more Slams and breaking records, of course. And most of my attention and my energy from this day forward, until I retire from tennis, is going to be directed in majors, trying to win more major trophies," Djokovic said.
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Novak Djokovic says criticism of his actions and opinions frustrates him after picking up his ninth Australian Open title.The world number one never strays too far from a headline, and picked up his 18th Grand Slam title in Melbourne.
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Delhi-based businessman Rohit Datta spoke on how it felt to be the first Covid-19 patient in the national capital. Recalling his time in hospital, Dutta said he is excited to take the Covid-19 vaccine. “Initially, I was blank and didn't know about the coronavirus. I was in hospital for 14 days following which I was allowed to go home. I have registered all senior citizens in my family for the ongoing vaccination. Since I do not have any comorbidity, I will also be vaccinated later on. I am waiting for my turn to get vaccinated and I am very excited,” he said. The second phase of vaccination drive for age-appropriate population groups began on March 1 with the union health ministry calling out eligible people to get an appointment at respective hospitals in the country.
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Veteran cricketer Kapil Dev received his first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on March 03 at Fortis Hospital in Delhi. Sarod maestro Ustad Amjad Ali Khan also received first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The 2nd phase of COVID vaccine drive began on March 01 in the country for people aged above 45 years with co-morbidities and people above 60 years.
Parading his trophy next to Brighton Beach's famous Bathing Boxes on Monday, Novak Djokovic celebrated his ninth Melbourne Park title at the Australian Open, a win made all the "sweeter" with all the..
Just when the COVID-19 cases in Telangana appeared to be on a downward trend, as many as 22 members of a family in Suryapet town have tested positive.
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The five-month-long ordeal of this 32-year-old woman in Bharatpur does not seem to end. She tested positive for Covid-19 on August 24 last year and, since then,... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Hindu •DNA •Mid-Day •Zee News