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Wimbledon results 2017: Rafael Nadal loses 5-set marathon against Gilles Muller

Rafael Nadal is out of Wimbledon, the biggest Grand Slam of the year. Nadal was pushed to five sets and ultimately fell to Gilles Muller in the Round of 16 on Monday, 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 15-13.

There is no fifth-set tiebreak at Wimbledon, and the match took a total of four hours and 47 minutes to complete. Muller now advances to the quarterfinals, where he’ll take on Marin Cilic.

Nadal got out to a slow start in the match, with Muller hitting 13 winners to Nadal’s seven in the first set. Interestingly, Nadal had no unforced errors, and won a comparable number of receiving points, but Muller still managed to take the set at 6-3………………Read More

Ozil’s preference is to stay at Arsenal

Mesut Ozil has indicated he wants to remain at Arsenal and plans to discuss his future with the club when the team returns from Australia.

Together with star striker Alexis Sanchez, playmaker Ozil has been tipped to leave Emirates Stadium after the Gunners failed to qualify for the Champions League.

However, it is believed there are few clubs able to meet the wage demands of the Germany international, who joined Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013…………….Read More

Fitness with dumbbells

Fitness with dumbbells

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Fitness with dumbbells

Why Kevin Durant re-signed with the Warriors for $7 million less than his max

Kevin Durant agreed to re-sign with the Golden State Warriors on a two-year deal worth $53 million. It was a move that followed Stephen Curry’s five-year, $201 million supermax contract to solidify a powerhouse Warriors dynasty for years to come.

But the deal with the Warriors conceivably cost Durant $6.8 million in salary for next season. Instead of taking a max contract starting at almost $32 million, he signed a contract that’ll pay him $25 million in Year 1. After that, the Finals MVP can opt out and become a free agent, where he can re-sign with the Warriors for a longer-term deal…………..Read More