Djokovic loses to a qualifier

Tweet Report by Zuzanna Marciniak Novak Djokovic was surprisingly beaten by the world number 109, Japan’s Taro Daniel, 7-6(3) 4-6 1-6, in the second round of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells to suffer his fifth-ever loss to a player from outside the top 100. This was Djokovic’s first appearance since the Australian Open in January, after which he was forced to undergo elbow surgery and was out of action for nearly two months. Daniel took advantage of Djokovic, who couldn’t find his regular rhythm and made 62 unforced…

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Myhrer takes surprising slalom gold

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day 13 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Sweden’s Andre Myhrer became the oldest alpine skiing slalom winner after he claimed the gold in PyeongChang at the age of 35. Myhrer finished 0.34 seconds ahead of Switzerland’s Ramon Zenhaeusern and 0.67 seconds ahead of Austria Michael Matt. Slalom’s favourite, Marcel Hirscher who has already won two golds at 2018 Winter Olympics, crashed in his first run and did not finish the race. The leader after the first…

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Christie’s Olympic misfortune continues

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day 11 of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Britain’s Elise Christie suffered yet another disappointment in the Olympic short track, as she was disqualified during the women’s 1 000m heats for causing a collision. Those are the second consecutive Olympic Games for the 2017 World Champion in both 1 000 and 1 500m, Christie after she was disqualified from all events in Sochi four years ago. Elise Christie has been given a yellow card. She’s out of…

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Fourcade wins biathlon thriller

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day nine of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Martin Fourcade from France won the dramatic biathlon men’s 15km mass start, taking his second gold medal in PyeongChang. Current world champion in the discipline Simon Schempp from Germany lost the photo finish against Fourcade by less than 10cm. It was a redemption for Fourcade who was a victim of almost identical situation in Sochi four years ago, losing to today’s bronze medalist Emil Hegle Svendsen of Norway. Svendsen…

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Parsons takes Britain’s first medal

Tweet Evgeni Vakov and Zuzanna Marciniak bring you all the action from day seven of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Dom Parsons won Britain’s first medal of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games taking bronze in the men’s skeleton. If you have just woken up 🌅 we’re pleased to say that @domparsons has secured Team GB’s first medal with 🥉 in the skeleton! Make sure you check out the highlights on @BBCSport or @Eurosport_UK #WeAreTheGreat 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/FTeXFHnACB — Team GB (@TeamGB) February 16, 2018 The race however was all…

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