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Rafael Nadal Gives Fans Hope After Latest Setback Ahead of Australian Open 2022

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Rafael Nadal Gives Fans Hope After Latest Setback Ahead of Australian Open 2022

There were encouraging signs as Rafa returned to compete professionally in Abu Dhabi after his stint on the sidelines. He lost to Andy Murray at the Mubadala Tennis Championship, but it was great to see him compete once again. Sadly, he felt sick upon his return to Spain and as a result, there were concerns about whether he would be able to make it to Australia in time.

Recently, there has been a positive update as Nadal was seen practicing on the hard indoor courts. There was a clip that was released which showed Rafa engaging in some hard-hitting rallies. It was a great sight to see the Spaniard on the courts again.

Rafael Nadal Gives Fans Hope After Latest Setback Ahead of Australian Open 2022

After this clip, fans will be optimistic about seeing Nadal travel to Australia. It is always a treat for spectators to witness their favorite players in action and for them to get a glimpse of the 2009 Australian Open champion will be a treat.

If he does compete Down Under, Nadal will be hoping to win his record-breaking 21st Grand Slam title.

Coming to the 2021 season, Rafa began the year by reaching the quarterfinal in Melbourne this season but lost to Stefanos Tsitsipas. After that, he lost in the semifinal to Djokovic at the French Open, which was a disappointment for the 13-time French Open champion.

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Charles Leclerc’s anger with Ferrari while ‘Checo’ Pérez escaped him: “Stop talking to me

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Charles Leclerc’s anger with Ferrari while ‘Checo’ Pérez escaped him: “Stop talking to me

Charles Leclerc did not finish the race in Singapore in the best way. He started from pole and ‘Checo’ Pérez passed him at the start. After the safety car caused by Yuki Tsunoda, the Ferrari driver was very close to the Mexican, but could not overtake him on a circuit where it is difficult to do so. After several laps of pursuit, the Monegasque ended up moving away from Pérez, which caused a radio situation that caused him anger.

It was known that the Red Bull would be investigated after the race for not respecting the distance with the safety car. Faced with a possible five-second penalty, the team asked him to push:

Charles Leclerc’s anger with Ferrari while ‘Checo’ Pérez escaped him: “Stop talking to me

“The distance with Pérez is 2.4 seconds. We need to be five seconds behind Pérez.” But Red Bull warned its driver to increase the pace and thus ensure victory in case of a penalty. When Ferrari notified Leclerc of this, the Monegasque replied to his engineer with a forceful “stop talking to me”.

Finally, the FIA ​​did penalize Pérez with five seconds and a reprimand, but the Mexican lengthened the distance with Leclerc by more than seven seconds, so he still won the race.

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The second and third place of the Ferrari added to the debacle of Mercedes (Lewis Hamilton was ninth and George Russell 14th) allows the ‘Scuderia’ to settle in second place in the Constructors’ World Championship.

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New reports have come to light that Red Bull may have committed a minor breach of the financial regulations last year, rather than a material one.

Formula 1’s first budget cap was introduced last year, and it stood at $145 million for the teams to spend on their cars.

There are three categories of breach of the financial regulations, one of which being procedural, whereby a team may fail to submit paperwork, or submits It late.

Williams were fined for this by the FIA earlier on in 2022, and reports came to light last week suggesting that Aston Martin and Red Bull might have overspent last year.

Overspending is split into two more categories – minor and material – and there were suggestions that the Austrian side may have gone over by as much as $10 million.

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This would constitute a material breach, as the threshold is five percent, and such a contravention would leave them at risk of one of the harsher penalties.

Among those punishments is an exclusion from the world championship in question which, in this instance, is that of last year.

There was speculation during last weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix weekend that Max Verstappen was in danger of losing his world title to Sir Lewis Hamilton.

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However, a report from Sportsmail now suggests that the Milton Keynes-based outfit did go over the limit, but not my more than five percent.

Red Bull boss, Christian Horner, was outraged by the accusations being aimed at his team, mainly by Ferrari and Mercedes, and he is thought to be considering legal action against what he feels are “defamatory” comments.

Red Bull insist that they did everything by the book.

Certificates of compliance will be handed out on Wednesday, at which point we will know who stayed within the budget cap in 2021.

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Kids Go Into Raptures as Novak Djokovic Delights Them With Precious Gifts in Kazakhstan

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Kids Go Into Raptures as Novak Djokovic Delights Them With Precious Gifts in Kazakhstan

Despite having one of the biggest fanbases among current ATP players, the Djoker also has a significant number of critics. However, Djokovic’s magic has never failed to work on little kids. And the same happened when he arrived in Kazakhstan. The Serbian player is yet to play his first match there, but he made time for the little children on the courtside.

He signed autographs for the kids and the bright voices of kids calling out Djokovic’s name lit the whole stadium. The Serbian player has come to Kazakhstan after clinching victory at Tel Aviv.

The Serbian legend made sure to take some time off his training schedule to sign various souvenirs for the kids. They were excited to be around the 21-time Grand Slam champion who made sure to bring a smile to their face. The children were seen calling out Djokovic’s name in the video.

Kids Go Into Raptures as Novak Djokovic Delights Them With Precious Gifts in Kazakhstan

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Last month, after he could not play at the US Open, he went to Novak Tennis Center in Belgrade to spend time with the children there.

Apart from that, he also hit some balls with Mike Tyson‘s daughter Milan at the Indian Wells in 2018. She adores him the most, and the opportunity lighted up her confidence.

After being at the farewell of his arch-rival, Roger Federer at the Laver Cup, the Serbian expressed his desire to have a similar retirement. Being around family and close ones is important, but he would also like to be surrounded by his arch-rivals.

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