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Andy Murray said he was "gutted" to be missing next month's Australian Open after being ruled out of the first Grand Slam of 2020 with a pelvic injury.
A barely believable 66 goals were scored over 10 games that Thursday, with only Everton and Bolton Wanderers failing to score among the 20 First Division teams who played that day.
Tennis' innovative new team championship kicks off the men's 2020 season on Friday, with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic among those looking for a winning start ahead of the first Grand Slam of the year.Anlu vegetable market in Hubei was crushed by big snow and 13 people were rescued
"So for me I don't see why they, the ATP and ITF can't combine, can't join, can't come to some agreement and make just one, really unique and special tournament for everyone."
Wu's 88th-minute equalizer makes him the only Chinese player to score against Barcelona in any competition. The goal, which comes 19 years later after Yang Chen's against Bayern Munich in 2001, is only the second that a Chinese soccer player has scored against a major European team.
The Australian Open takes place from January 20 to February 2 with the ATP Cup acting as the new men's lead-up tournament in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane for 10 days from Friday.
"The Russian Olympic Committee is a rightful member of the Olympic movement," its president Stanislav Pozdnyakov told reporters after a meeting.
Sydney will host the finals, along with group games which will also be held in Brisbane and Perth.
Despite this, world No.2 Djokovic said the move toward more team tennis was good for a sport best known for the individuality of its global superstars.
Mane swept home his 14th goal of the season from Lallana's knockdown with his shoulder and referee Anthony Taylor's initial decision was overturned.
Djokovic's concerns were shared by France's Nicolas Mahut, who said having two men's team competitions was "too much."
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"Obviously we're concerned about that [the bushfires], but we're all ready to play," said Bulgaria captain Grigor Dimitrov, a sentiment echoed by world No.11 David Goffin.