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Bayern Munich defender Niclas Süle will not stay in Munich after termination of his running contract in summer. After every year winning with Bayern the Bundesliga title, two DFB-Cups and the Champions League (though specifically during said season he was partially handicapped due to a rupture of the crutiate ligament) he will leave the club free of any transfer fee middle of 2022.
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Rohit Bopanna from Bangalore is no doubt a phenomenon. With now 41 years the Indian tennis veteran took part with his double partner Roger Vasselin in the Australian Open played in Melbourne by way of a wild card. Bopanna and Roger-Vasselin began confidently but lost momentum mid-way to lose 6-3 6-7(2) 2-6 in the opening round that lasted one hour and 48 minutes.
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Djokovic disaster' haunts Australian Open first day. Deported defending champion Novak Djokovic was thousands of miles away when the Australian Open began on Monday, but his brooding presence and the visa saga that engulfed him loomed large.
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ATP-Finals Torino 2021: Second victory of Alexander Zverev Alexander Zverev outmatched defending champion Daniil Medvedev in straight sets to claim his second ATP Finals title on Sunday. World number three Zverev was defeated by Medvedev in the group stage, but the German prevailed 6-4 6-4 in the final for his tour-best sixth trophy of the year. The 24-year-old fired eight aces on his way to a deserved win over Medvedev, secured in just an hour and 15 minutes. "It was great," Zverev said in his on-court interview. "I won the Finals, with a win in the final against someone I had lost [against] five times in a row, so I had to play one of my best matches. "I am happy about that and happy to go on holiday with this win."
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Though decimated by five players in consequence of Covid-19 positive tested Bayern Munich player Niklas Süle, the German National Football Team was eager to reach a new starting record with its new head coach Hansi Flick. And yes, it was the sixth victory in a row since his inception few months back. Germany beat the National Team from Liechtenstein with 9:0. Leroy Sané scored twice with two own goals of Liechtenstein who was unable to cope with the German international star ensemble.
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