June 24, 2020

After catching coronavirus at the ill-conceived Adria Tour, world number 1 Novak Djokovic took to Twitter to assure fans he has learned his lesson.

The Serbian, winner of 17 slam titles, played a major role in organising the Adria Tour circuit, a series of exhibition events in a number of countries in the Balkan Peninsula of Eastern Europe.

In spite of the coronavirus pandemic and most professional spor...

June 23, 2020

After joining his Adria Tour compatriots Grigor Dimitrov and Borna Coric in testing positive for coronavirus, world number 1 Novak Djokovic has changed his mind and would quite like a vaccine if there are any going. 

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June 22, 2020

Following the news that Grigor Dimitrov and Borna Coric tested positive for COVID-19, serious doubts have been raised as to the qualifications of the health professionals that advised the Adria Tour tournament could go ahead without social distancing measures in place.

The mysterious Dr. Dovak Njokovic, pictured above, is said to be wanted for questioning by Serbian authorities.

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June 11, 2020

Roger Federer has confirmed he will likely need to undergo surgery a third time if the French Open is pushed back to 2021.

The second slam tournament of the year, held in Paris, was pushed back from May to September due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and it is known to be the Swiss star's least favourite slam, having suffered multiple defeats to the 'King of Clay' and longtime rival Rafael Nadal in the past and skipping i...

June 7, 2020

Despite all tennis events being cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus, Rafael Nadal has somehow won the French Open yet again, extending his own record for most victories at the same slam to 13.

The ATP tour has been put on hold for months now due to fears surrounding the spread of coronavirus or COVID-19, the deadly respiratory virus that has swept the globe and caused the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic....

March 14, 2020

With almost every major sport being cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus fears, men everywhere are being forced to go shopping with their wives this weekend, it has emerged.

The deadly virus sweeping the globe has put a halt to most major sporting events for the next few weeks, including the Premier League, the ATP tennis tour, the NBA, Formula One races, all PGA Tour golf events and so on.

With no sports to watch, stuck fo...

March 13, 2020

With practically all your favourite sports cancelled or postponed due to coronavirus, we have prepared an essential list of conversation topics for you to employ the next time you see a friend, family member or acquaintance.

So, coronavirus has taken away your lifeblood, the reason you get up in a morning, the spark that keeps you going through this dreary existence we call life: sport. You have nothing to watch, you're not int...

March 9, 2020

All professional tennis events on the ATP tour and WTA tour have been cancelled until Roger Federer returns from knee surgery, it has emerged.

In a joint press release, the Association of Tennis Professionals and the Women's Tennis Association announced that all professional tennis events have been cancelled until Swiss star Roger Federer feels ready to return after undergoing serious knee surgery back in February.

After le...

January 13, 2020

Do you have the slightest idea who you're f*cking with, Greta Thunberg?

By Roger Federer

So there I am, preparing to win my seventh Australian Open title (yes, seventh, meaning I've won six already), and one of my servants tells me some 17-year-old girl from Sweden called me out, asking if I 'support' Credit Suisse after her babysitter showed her some tree-huggers protesting about fossil fuels.

The simple answer is this: no,...

November 22, 2019

BOXING legend Floyd Mayweather Jr has confirmed he will come out of retirement in 2020 to fight tennis star Roger Federer in a three round exhibition at UFC 248 next March.

Mayweather, 42, announced on Instagram earlier this week that he would return to fighting in 2020, after first posting a photo of him and UFC President Dana White sitting courtside at the Clippers/Celtics game, claiming the pair were working on a 'spect...

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