Wimbledon cancelled for first time since WWII

Wimbledon organisers on Wednesday scrapped the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament for the first time since World War II as the coronavirus wreaks further havoc on the global sporting calendar. The cancellation of the only grasscourt major at London’s All England Club leaves the season in disarray, with no tennis set to be played until mid-July. “Devastated,”

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Klaasen suffers a shock US Open exit

Raven Klaasen has suffered a surprise second round defeat in the US Open doubles competition on Saturday evening at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre in New York, the United States.  It was a shock result a day after a comprehensive first round victory as Miomar Kecmanovic (Serbia) and Casper Ruud (Norway) saw off

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