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On January 14, Novak Djokovic's Australian visa was canceled for a second time, just days before the start of the Australian Open. Australian immigration minister Alex Hawke exercised his personal power to cancel Djokovic's visa on the grounds that his presence could, "excite anti-vaccination sentiment".
Harrison's first hat-trick saw Leeds over the line in an end-to-end match Forshaw and Firpo both limped off after 20 minutes, adding to Leeds' injury woes
Premier League managers share their views on the recent match postponements in the league.
Barty thumped Lucia Bronzetti while Osaka saw off Madison Brengle.
Crystal Palace are reconsidering their decision to potentially allow Jean-Philippe Mateta to leave the club this month. There is interest in the striker from his homeland France in a loan deal until the end of the season, but a recent upturn in form may see him stay at Selhurst Park. Mateta has two goals in his last four games across all competitions and was turned to by manager Patrick Vieira ahead of Burnley target Christian Benteke during the 1-1 draw with Brighton, playing a role in Conor Gallagher's fine goal.
Man City moved 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League table as Kevin De Bruyne gave them a 1-0 victory over Chelsea at the Etihad. The home side were on top throughout the match but struggled to find the breakthrough until De Bruyne’s wonderful second-half strike finally gave his side the lead. It took City’s winning run in the league to 12 matches and while Liverpool, who are 14 points behind, have two games in hand, Pep Guardiola’s side continue to look unstoppable in their defence of the title.
The semi-final went to the final frame at Alexandra Palace
Selby was beaten 6-1 in his Masters quarter-final on Friday.
Doncic gets 40th career triple-double as the Mavs beat the Grizzlies at the FedExForum
The home side were missing several players but ran out 3-1 winners
The Blues parted company with Benitez on Sunday after just 22 games in charge.
United have moved into third, just four points off leaders Arsenal, while City continued their strong form
The Africa Cup of Nations group stage continues to ramp up this afternoon with Ivory Coast hoping to seal their spot in the last-16 against a buoyed Sierra Leone side. Among the tournament favourites, the Ivorians began their campaign with a 1-0 victory over Equatorial Guinea thanks to Max Gradel’s early strike in their opening match. Ivory Coast vs Sierra Leone is scheduled for a 4pm GMT kick-off on Sunday, January 16, 2022.
There is hope for Novak Djokovic to compete at the 2023 Australian Open.
To Pat Lam’s relief the Bristol bus has had it's tyres reinflated and is slowly moving through the gears in order to be a vehicle capable of delivering the success both he and the Ashton Gate fans so badly desire.
The Blues boss refused to criticise Romelu Lukaku for his performance against Manchester City on Saturday
Dusan Vlahovic is available for transfer this month after reports in Italy detailed Fiorentina’s plans to cash in on the Serbian striker. Arsenal, Tottenham and Real Madrid have all been linked with the forward and the Gunners are said to have launched a £50million player-plus-cash bid. Also on their radar is the surprising name of Diego Costa, according to reports in Brazil, with Mikel Arteta desperate to bolster a squad which was deemed unable to face Tottenham in today’s North London derby.
As Africa’s highest-ranked team and with a star-studded squad boasting the likes of Liverpool forward Sadio Mane, much was expected from the beaten 2019 finalists in Cameroon. While four points will surely already be enough to see them safely into the last-16, Senegal will want to ensure they win the group and drive some momentum before the knockout stages. Guinea face Zimbabwe at the same time, so any further slip-ups will surely be punished.
Fabinho opens scoring moments before half time against Brentford Oxlade-Chamberlain doubles lead with powerful header from Robertson cross Sub Minamino seals the win after Brentford defensive mishap
After poor opening-day results, Guinea-Bissau and Egypt are out to finally make an impact on this year’s Africa Cup of Nations when they square off later today. While the number of teams progressing through to the next round does offer some hope, the manner of Egypt’s performance against Nigeria in particular will have been disappointing. Rarely did they trouble the Super Eagles in their Group D opener while Guinea-Bissau could rue missing a crucial penalty against Sudan.