His first triumph for more than two years suggested he could still contend for major honors. He has climbed back to No.125 in the world.
"That said, I think they are wrong and missing the contribution Lewis Hamilton and the sport has made for GB Plc globally over many years."
His management team said in an email, "It was always going to be a tight turnaround, but the team took the decision not to rush back, so he'll continue hitting on court and building up fitness in January."
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"We had to go through this today," Antetokounmpo said. "We had to have our character tested today because the only way you get better is when you face adversity."
Djokovic does not normally play in Australian before the year's first Grand Slam in Melbourne, but he will use the ATP Cup to prepare for his attempt to win an eighth Australian Open crown.
"Winning is always beautiful," said quarterback Rodgers. "The run game was excellent tonight. We found a way to win."
Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley responded by saying fundraisers would be held during tournaments including the Australian Open and the ATP Cup team event, telling fans to "stay tuned" for details.
Hamilton's Monaco residency, and his tax arrangements, also crop up frequently as likely negative factors in social media debate about him.
Boxing Day has been known as such in Britain since the days of Queen Victoria. She declared December 26 a public holiday in the 19th century with the name coming from the fact that tradesmen would collect their "Christmas box" the day after Christmas. This gift from customers would ensure reliable service throughout the following year.
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Japanese star Kei Nishikori pulled out of the Australian Open and the inaugural ATP Cup Monday as he continues to struggle with an elbow injury that has kept him out since the US Open.
In Milan, there will be mixed emotions this Christmas for the fans of Inter and AC Milan.
"We just wanted to play well," Jame said. "We just try to play the right way, sharing the ball on offence. Win, lose, or draw we did that tonight."