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King’s Ransom tipped for Derby

At 5.30 pm on Sunday evening at the Mahalaxmi racecourse, 19 four-year-old horses will line up for the attention of the starter to aim for the greatest race of their life--the Indian Derby (Gr 1), which will crown one of them as the champion of champions. In all probability, the winner will emerge from the quintet of King's Ransom, Supernatural, Once You Go Black, Mirra and Shamrock.  The top billing must go to the Pesi Shroff-trained King's Ransom, a filly by Multidimensional out of China Creek, whose Indian Oaks victory on this same track was like a walk in the park. True, the Oaks lacked speedy pace fractions, especially compared to the RR Ruia Cup run on the same day in which Supernatural (Multidimensional - Psychic Light), Once You Go Black (Win Legend - Aksinya) and Mojito (Speaking Of Which - Margarita Rita) all displayed their razor sharp fitness, but the temperament King's Ransom displayed when effortlessly moving on the inside rails after turning for home spoke volumes about her galloping prowess.  Also Read: Horse racing: Thunberg tipped for Smasher Trophy Shamrock (Excellent Art - Nora) blotted his copybook in last run, but you cannot ignore that his rider, Suraj Narredu, has won this race four times, and will certainly get the best out of him on this momentous occasion. He, along with Mirra (Speaking Of Which - Myrtlewood), must be considered as dark horses who, on their day, will seriously attempt to dent the reputation of the highly regarded western India contestants. This 81st edition of the Indian Derby, though devoid of a sponsor, promises to be an exciting contest. My money will ride on King's Ransom whom I expect to finally give jockey PS Chouhan his first Indian Derby victory. First race at 2.30 pm.Selections: Usha Stud Million (For 3y, maidens; 1600m)Granpar 1, Capitolium 2, Big Red 3. Diego Rivera Rusi Patel Trophy - Gr 3 (For 4y&o; 1600m)Ahead Of My Time 1, Coeur De Lion 2, Northern Lights 3. Sir Homi Mehta Breeders' Produce Stakes - Gr 3 (For 3y; 1400m)Irish Gold 1, Waikiki 2, Dream Alliance 3. D & A Realty Eclipse Stakes of India - Gr 2 (For 4y&o; 2000m)Juliette 1, Forest Flame 2, Caprisca 3. B K Rattonsey Memorial Maiden Multi-Million (For 3y, maidens; 1200m)Fighton 1, Blue God 2, Democracy 3. (Spl box starts here)Indian Derby - Gr 1 (For 4y; 2400m)Time: 5.30 pm 1. Ashwa Magadheera 57 Yash Narredu (6);2. Dyf 57 Neeraj Rawal (18);3. Fortunate Son 57 PP Dhebe (11);4. Golden Neil 57 J Chinoy (10);5. Imperial Power 57 YS Srinath (17);6. King Louis 57 C Umesh (9);7. Last Wish 57 P Ajeeth Kumar (4);8. Mojito 57 NS Parmar (16);9. Once You Go Black 57 A Sandesh (14);10. Ravishing Form 57 Imran Chisty (1);11. Shamrock 57 Suraj Narredu (8);12. Supernatural 57 P Trevor (19);13. Vincent Van Gogh 57 S Zervaan (2);14. Wall Street 57 Akshay Kumar (13);15. Dangerous 55.5 CS Jodha (3);16. King's Ransom 55.5 PS Chouhan (15)'17. Mirra 55.5 Antony Raj S (5); 18. Philosophy 55.5 S Saqlain (12);19. Place Vendome 55.5 PS Kaviraj (7) Selections: King's Ransom 1, Supernatural 2, Once You Go Black 3. Upset: Mirra (Spl box ends here) Coromandel Gromor Million (Class II; 1200m)Son Of A Gun 1, Baby Bazooka 2, Emperor Roderic Million (Class IV; 1400m)Inamorata 1, Tyrone Black 2, Finch 3. NorthAlley Million (For 5y&o, class V; 1200m)Intense Belief 1, Anoushka 2, Rhythm Of Nature 3. Best bet: Ahead Of My Time (2-1)Upsets: Sea The Sun (3-5), Mirra (6-17) & Flashing Famous (8-12) Today's poolsSuper jackpot pool: 4,5,6,7,8,9Jackpot pool: I - 2,3,4,5,6; II - 5,6,7,8,9Treble pool: I - 3,4,5; II - 6,7,8; II - 7,8,9Tanala pool: All races.

05 February,2023 10:08 AM IST | Mumbai | Prakash Gosavi
India’s Rohan Bopanna during the Davis Cup doubles tie against Denmark’s Johannes Ingildsen and Holger Rune on Saturday. Pic/AP; PTI

Rohan Bopanna-Yuki Bhambri pair lose to hand 2-1 lead to Denmark

Indian duo Rohan Bopanna and Yuki Bhambri lost to World No. 9 Holger Rune and Johannes Ingildsen in straight sets to hand hosts Denmark a 2-1 lead after the doubles tie in the Davis Cup World Group Play-Off on Saturday. The Danish pair made short work of the Indians winning 6-2, 6-4 in just 65 minutes as Rune’s presence proved to be a decisive factor. Earlier on Friday, India’s No. 1 Sumit Nagal had erased a one-set deficit to pip August Holmgren 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 in two hours and 27 minutes. Nagal restored the parity after Bhambri had a forgettable opening singles losing 2-6, 2-6 to the rising teen sensation Rune. Also Read: Title eludes Sania Mirza in last Grand Slam as she and Rohan Bopanna go down fighting in mixed doubles final Bhambri has quit singles and now plays only doubles on tour. The 25-year-old Nagal, ranked 506, dropped serve in the very first game of the match but once he got hold of his nerves, he was his usual fighting self. He got the break back but squandered the chances when Holmgren offered them. The Danish player, ranked 484, eventually sealed the set. In the second set, it was Nagal who drew the first blood and went up 5-2. He served out the set in the ninth game to force a decider. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

05 February,2023 09:36 AM IST | Hillerod (Denmark) | PTI
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Dipa Karmakar: I unknowingly ingested banned substance

Handed a 21-month ban for failing a dope test, India gymnastics ace Dipa Karmakar on Saturday said she accepted provisional suspension after returning positive for a banned drug to swiftly resolve her case with the international federation. Karmakar, however, claimed that she “unknowingly ingested” the prohibited substance Higenamine—S3 Beta-2 Agonists as per WADA prohibited list—which was found in her dope sample.  “...I unknowingly ingested and could not determine the source of [the banned substance]. I decided to take a provisional suspension with the hope of a swift resolution with the international federation,” Karmakar tweeted, indicating that she had admitted to the doping rule violation. Karmakar’s dope sample was collected out-of-competition by the International Testing Agency (ITA), an independent organisation that manages the anti-doping programme of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG), on October 11, 2021. According to US Anti-Doping Agency, Higenamine is found in several herbs used for traditional medicine and is used in supplements without sometimes naming it.  It was added to the WADA prohibited list in 2017. The drug is prohibited at all times, both in and out-of-competition. Her last FIG event was the 2019 World Cup in Baku. Her ban period will, however, end on July 10 this year as it was counted from the day (October 11, 2021) the sample was collected. Her results have been disqualified from October 11, 2021 onwards. Also Read: Rio 2016: The story behind 'risk taker' Dipa Karmakar Karmakar said mentally her doping case has been the “toughest” battle she has fought in her life. “I didn’t even know how it [the banned drug] entered my body and that for any sports would have broken anybody. So it is not only hurtful but also the toughest mental battle that I have ever fought,” the gymnast from Tripura told PTI. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

05 February,2023 09:18 AM IST | New Delhi | PTI
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Nick Kyrgios admits to assaulting girlfriend

Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios on Friday pleaded guilty to assaulting a former girlfriend, but avoided a conviction for what the magistrate called a “single act of stupidity”.  Appearing in a Canberra court, the Wimbledon finalist admitted assaulting then-girlfriend Chiara Passari on January 10, 2021, by pushing her to the ground after a heated argument. Kyrgios said he was “not in a good place” at the time, and that he “reacted to a difficult situation in a way I deeply regret”. “I know it wasn’t OK and I’m sincerely sorry for the hurt I caused,” he said in a statement.  Passari lodged a complaint with police 10 months after the incident, after the pair had broken up. In a statement read to the court, Passari said she was severely traumatised by the incident, experiencing weight loss, staying in bed but unable to sleep or form new romantic relationships. Also Read: Nick Kyrgios withdraws from Australian Open due to knee injury This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

04 February,2023 09:05 AM IST | Canberra | Agencies
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Shuttler B Sai Praneeth goes down fighting in quarter-final

Indian shuttler B Sai Praneeth’s impressive run came to an end after he went down fighting to China’s world number 23 Li Shi Feng in the men’s singles quarter-finals of the Thailand Open Super 300 badminton here on Friday. Praneeth blew a substantial lead of 15-10 in the opening game to lose 17-21, 23-21, 18-21 to bring down curtains on India’s campaign here. Also Read: Gold for Telangana as B Sai Praneeth stuns HS Prannoy This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

04 February,2023 08:58 AM IST | Bangkok | PTI
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Horse racing: Thunberg tipped for Smasher Trophy

The eight-race Saturday card, which ushers in the biggest weekend of Mahalaxmi racing, could prove very tricky, so caution must be the watchword. For the prime event, the Smasher Trophy for class II horses, I nominate the Pesi Shroff-trained Thunberg (C Umesh up) who set her own pace in two of the three Classics run so far on this track, and still managed to figure in place. Thunberg is expected to fight it out with the two outstation challengers--Lord Frankel & Balor. First race at 2.30 pm. Selections: Cabriolet Trophy- Div II (Class V; 1000m)House Of Lords 1, Harriet 2, M'Sarrat 3. Hunt For Gold Trophy- Div I (Class V; 1400m)Phenom 1, Rubik Star 2, Esfir 3. Icebreaker Trophy (Class IV; 2400m)Geographique 1, Castaneda 2, Alpha Gene 3.Cabriolet Trophy- Div I (Class V; 1000m)Ristretto 1, Superimpose 2, Mirae 3.Smasher Trophy (Class II; 2000m)Thunberg 1, Lord Frankel 2, Balor 3. Decent Proposal Trophy (For 5y&o, class IV; 1000m)Jet Typhoon 1, Impermanence 2, Fidato 3.Picasso Trophy (Class III; 1400m)Claudius 1, Singer Sarget 2, Lord Vader 3. Hunt For Gold Trophy- Div II (Class V; 1400m)Midas Touch 1, Walter 2, Nobility 3. Also Read: Big race temperament! RecommendationsBest bet: Geographique (3-2)Upsets: Sky Commander (2-3), Lord Murphy (4-11) & Hilma Clint (6-2) Today's poolsSuper jackpot pool: 3,4,5,6,7,8Jackpot pool: 4,5,6,7,8Treble pool: I - 5,6,7; II - 6,7,8Tanala pool: All races. Also Read: Experts opinion on Indian Derby

04 February,2023 08:39 AM IST | Mumbai | Prakash Gosavi
A race horse takes a dip inside the swimming pool after a training session at Mahalaxmi Racecourse recently. Pics/Shadab Khan

Big race temperament!

After a long time we are looking at such a big field: 19 runners. Yes, you need a lot of luck. You need the right draw (gate) position. Going strictly by the Mahalaxmi form, I think horses that should figure in the finish are Dangerous, Once You Go Black, Mojito, Supernatural and King’s Ransom. They have galloped over the Derby distance and also have displayed reasonably consistent form. So the race should really be between them. But you never know. In the Indian Derby, with 19 horses, anything can happen.  ‘I love them equally’ The question I am getting asked often is who do I prefer between my two runners, King’s Ransom and Supernatural? I really can’t answer that, it’s like asking who do you love more between your two children. I love them equally, and hope both of them run well. They are in good health, and have the required form. Pesi Shroff The one horse to watch out for could be Once You Go Black, I feel. We had heard that he had a slight setback before the last race here, so that run must have helped him a lot. He has shown he can gallop with the best, and can perform at the highest level.  Though it’s the horse that runs the race, it is actually a horse-jockey combination, because the jockey is the one who guides the horse. If the horse is not good enough, and the jockey wants him to go through a gap which is moving faster than his own horse, the horse obviously will not be able to take it.  No secrets There is no secret winning formula. You just need to have the right kind of a horse that has not only the ability to go the mile-and-a-half trip, but also the temperament to do it. In fact, both the horse and the jockey need to have what you may call the “big race” temperament.  The Mahalaxmi is a unique racetrack with a really long homestretch. This track allows you to sit in varied positions, and gives you the best chance to come through the field and win. So there is no one single set of instructions that suits all. A lot depends on what your horse likes. The jockeys riding at this level are already accomplished professionals; they have been riding for years.  Also Read: Lester Piggott no more: Pesi Shroff and Aslam Kader pay tribute to the legendary jockey Added pressure Yes, there is an added pressure because the Derby to us is like the Olympics to athletes, but what adds to the pressure is that the jockey may get to ride another Derby, but for the horse it is a once-in-a-lifetime chance. Just like the Olympics, you have meticulously planned for years, and you have only two-and-a-half minutes to prove what your horse has got. There is no glory in being hero of a hard luck story. It’s a winner-takes-all contest—silver and bronze have no value here—only gold has. So yes, the jockey does face a unique pressure, but he has to deal with it. After all, he is a top class professional, that’s why he is riding in the Derby. I wish all the 19 horses and their riders good luck. May the best horse win!

04 February,2023 08:07 AM IST | Mumbai | Prakash Gosavi
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Experts opinion on Indian Derby

Arjun Manglorkar, trainer of Mirra: I have a good filly running. I thought highly of her from the day she came to my stable. It's an open race. Luck will be a major factor. I hope I will have luck of the race. S Padmanabhan, trainer of Philosophy: Difficult to predict. But if you want me to nominate one horse, then I will go with my filly--Philosophy. She is the only one who has beaten King's Ransom, is a group race runner, and has gone over the trip. Gaurav Ramphal, bloodstock agent: Not in any particular order, but King's Ransom, Supernatural & Mojito. Malesh Narredu, trainer of Wall Street: Crowded field, so luck of the race and gate position will be very crucial. Supernatural, Once You Go Black, Shamrock & King's Ransom have done everything right. But I just hope my horse (Wall Street) turns out to be the dark horse. Anit Kasyap, race caller: King's Ransom, Supernatural, Once You Go Black--I don't see beyond these three. Satish Narredu, trainer of Shamrock & Ashwa Magadheera: My boss, the late Dr MAM Ramaswamy, used to say, "You can win only if you are in". So I have put in both my horses by paying the late entry fee. Jehangir Poncha, horse feed manufacturer: King's Ransom, Mojito, Mirra & Supernatural. Also Read: Stunning upsets in Indian Derby Dallas Todywalla, trainer: I am a bit biased towards the local horses--the Pesi duo of Supernatural and King's Ransom, Mojito & Once You Go Black should be concerned at the finish. Among outstation challengers I think Arjun Manglorkar's Mirra looks good. Bezan Chinoy, trainer: I think the race is between Pesi's two horses--King's Ransom & Supernatural. There is no third horse. Bakhtiar, race lover & regular Derby visitor: I think it will be a straight fight between King's Ransom & Mirra. Adhirajsingh, trainer of Dangerous: I run three horses in the Derby fray: Dangerous, Dyf & Van Gogh. Dangerous has found King's Ransom a tough nut to crack, but she has trained on well after the Oaks.  Shiven Surendranath, RWITC steward & owner of Once You Go Black: Big field, 19 runners, an upset cannot be ruled out. My horse is feeling well, and I believe we have one of the best jockeys in Sandesh. Narendra Lagad, trainer of Golden Neil: Supernatural, King's Ransom & Golden Neil. Rehanullah Khan, trainer: I don't see any outstanding horse in the Derby fray. The race is open. Pesi's filly, King's Ransom, has a slight edge. Shujaat Hussain, Chief Stipe: Luck of the race and jockey temperament will be strong factors because of the big field. I am looking forward to a very exciting race. Altaf Hussain, trainer: They all have to beat Pesi Shroff's pair--King's Ransom & Supernatural. The dark horse may be the one ridden by Sandesh--Once You Go Black. Also Read: It's not about money, honey!

04 February,2023 08:03 AM IST | Mumbai | Prakash Gosavi
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'You are my new hero': Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar to Lakshya Sen

A star-struck Lakshya Sen couldn't believe his eyes when the legendary Sunil Gavaskar dropped in at the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) in Bengaluru to meet him and the youngsters. The 73-year-old Gavaskar, a member of the 1983 World Cup-winning cricket team, paid a visit to the academy during a regular trip to the city on Thursday. "He had a meeting in Bengaluru and decided to meet the young aspiring kids of the academy. Badminton and cricket are two of his favourite sports. He was here with us for about an hour," Vimal Kumar, co-founder, director and chief coach of the PPBA, told PTI. Gavaskar later posted a picture with Lakshya Sen on Instagram and captioned it: "My new badminton hero Lakshya Sen, after the one and only Prakash Padukone." The legendary cricketer had hailed Padukone several times while doing cricket commentary over the years, saying he is one of India's greatest sportspersons. Also Read: Lakshya Sen impressive run ends in quarter-finals Sen, who has been one of India's most prolific sportspersons in 2022, said he was too star stuck to react. "It feels good to hear such things from such big personalities. Honestly, I was too star stuck to react," Sen told PTI. The 21-year-old from Almora won gold at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the India Open Super 500. He was also a member of the historic Thomas Cup win. He also won silver at the All England Championships and is also the winner of the 2021 World Championships bronze medal. "Gavaskar sir spoke about the Thomas Cup win. I have heard so much about him from my parents and all the seniors. Also when I watched the movie '83', I got to know what went behind that epic win," he said. "I can relate to it now, essentially after the Thomas Cup win because back then they were the underdogs and in Thomas Cup, it was us."India had claimed their first-ever Thomas Cup, beating Indonesia 3-0 in the final at Bangkok in May last year. Also Read: Anup Sridhar to assist Sen in pre-Olympic season Asked what did Gavaskar discuss with the budding shuttlers, Vimal said, "He also gave some tips to the youngsters, asking them to analyse what went right in a day to get the best out of training. "Gavaskar and Prakash are two self-taught heroes of Indian sport, so coming from him means a lot." Gavaskar's love for badminton is well-known. He was the co-owner of Mumbai Masters, a franchise which made the last-four of the inaugural Indian Badminton League (IBL). Whenever the former cricketer is in Mumbai, and is able to spare time from his busy commentary schedule, he makes it a point to play a few games of badminton. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

03 February,2023 06:14 PM IST | Mumbai | PTI
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India surpass top boxing powerhouses USA & Cuba, rise to No. 3 in world rankings

India have jumped to third spot in the International Boxing Association's (IBA) latest world rankings. The Indian boxers have accumulated 36,300 ranking points, having surpassed top boxing powerhouses including USA and Cuba, which are ranked fourth and ninth respectively in the current standings.  Kazakhstan (48,100) is the top-ranked nation followed by Uzbekistan (37,600). Indian boxing has witnessed an unprecedented rise in recent years with the teams consistently finishing amongst the top five countries at global multi-nation tournaments such as World Championships, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. In the last two CWG, the Indian boxers have won an unprecedented 16 medals and . They have 140 medals to their names since 2008 in top international events.Since 2016, the Indian boxers have won 16 Elite World Championships medals across men and women categories. Also Read: IOC to conduct extra boxing qualifiers for Paris 2024 Games Boxing Federation of India (BFI) have also hosted several big-ticket international events in the country and from March 15 to 26, they will organise the prestigious Women's World Boxing Championships for the third time in the country. India's excellent show have also extended to the junior and youth level with 22 medals from the last two Youth World Championships indicating the sport's bright future in the country. "This is a milestone moment for India, BFI, its boxers and all the fans out there. From the 44th position a few years ago to third, Indian boxing has taken a giant leap," BFI president Ajay Singh said in a media release. "BFI has been working hard to fulfil the mission of making India a boxing powerhouse and it has ensured the best facilities for players across all age groups, helping them build confidence with regular state and national championships, foreign exposure trips and necessary support system. "This ranking indicates India's rapid growth as a boxing nation and also shows its strong position in the world which has been built over the last few years in a focused manner," Singh added. This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

03 February,2023 04:58 PM IST | Mumbai | PTI
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Tennis star Nick Kyrgios to contest assault charge against ex-girlfriend

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios was due to appear in an Australian court on Friday to apply to have an assault charge stemming from events two years ago dismissed on mental health grounds. His lawyer Michael Kukulies-Smith appeared in a court in Kyrgios' hometown of Canberra in October and asked for an adjournment so forensic mental health reports could be prepared. Magistrate Glenn Theakston adjourned the case until Friday, when lawyers for the 27-year-old Australian are expected to apply to have the charge dismissed under a section of the local crimes law. Kyrgios, a Wimbledon finalist last year, is set to appear in court in person for the first time since he was charged by police by summons in July last year.His hearing was listed to start at 2:15 pm local time (0315 GMT). The law gives magistrates the power to dismiss a charge if they are satisfied an accused person is mentally impaired, and if dealing with an allegation in such a way would benefit the community and the defendant. The common assault charge, which has a potential maximum sentence of two years in prison, relates to an incident in January 2021 that was reported to local police in December that year. The charge reportedly relates to an incident involving his former girlfriend. Kukulies-Smith told the court his client's mental health history since 2015 made the application appropriate, citing a number of public statements made by Kyrgios.In February last year, Kyrgios opened up about his performance at the 2019 Australian Open, saying what appeared to be a positive time in his life had been one of my darkest periods. "I was lonely, depressed, negative, abusing alcohol, drugs, pushed away family and friends," he wrote on Instagram. "I felt as if I couldn't talk or trust anyone. This was a result of not opening up and refusing to lean on my loved ones and simply just push myself little by little to be positive." Kyrgios made further references to his mental health struggles during his runs to the final at Wimbledon and the quarterfinals at the US Open. After ending Daniil Medvedev's US Open title defense in September last year to reach the quarterfinals, Kyrgios expressed pride at lifting himself out of "some really tough situations, mentally" and "some really scary places" off the court. Theakston questioned whether Kyrgios would need to appear in court for Friday's hearing, but Kukulies-Smith said his client wanted to attend. Kyrgios had a career setback last month when he withdrew from the Australian Open because of an injured left knee that required arthroscopic surgery. He was the runner-up to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon last year in singles and teamed with good friend Thanasi Kokkinakis to claim the men's doubles championship at the 2022 Australian Open. Kyrgios was considered the host country's strongest chance to win a title at Melbourne Park last month before he had to pull out of the tournament. Djokovic went on to win the Australian Open singles championship for the 10th time.  This story has been sourced from a third party syndicated feed, agencies. Mid-day accepts no responsibility or liability for its dependability, trustworthiness, reliability and data of the text. Mid-day management/ reserves the sole right to alter, delete or remove (without notice) the content in its absolute discretion for any reason whatsoever

03 February,2023 10:45 AM IST | Mumbai | AP
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