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Ashleigh Barty beats Danielle Collins to become the first Australian Open home champion in more than 40 years



Ashleigh Barty became the first Australian Open home champion since 1978 after defeating Grand Slam finalist Danielle Collins in the final on Saturday.

World number 1 was the most successful in the tournament and won a historic title without losing a single set.
Australian tennis fans have had to wait more than 40 years for one of them to be crowned Australian Open, and the final home win comes courtesy of Chris O’Neil.

Ashleigh Barty became the first Australian Open home champion since 1978

Barty’s Grand Slam figure now stands on his previous three titles coming to the French Open in 2019 and Wimbledon in 2021 and is undoubtedly the 25-year-old who is the strongest in the women’s journey.

“I’ve said many times that I’m lucky to have a lot of people here who love me and support me,” Barty said in his post-match interview.

“I’m a lucky girl to have so much love in my corner, we started together right away. We did it all together, no one has changed in our team. I love you to death.
“As an Aussie the important part of this tournament is being able to share it with so many people and crowd, you have always been something different.
“so thank you for all your love and support over the past few weeks.”
“This is my dream come true and I am proud to be an Aussie. See you next time.”

This is so beautiful’: Barty in tears after Evonne Goolagong Cawleys present the Trophies

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The most exciting moment of the Australian Open final surprised almost everyone

The most exciting moment of the Australian Open final surprised almost everyone.

Evonne Goolagong Cawley, a longtime consultant for Ash Barty and a Native woman, presents the trophy leaving audience in tears.

Barty paid tribute to Goolagong Cawley after winning Wimbledon last year, 50 years after the 13-year-old Slam champion made debut.

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The Winter Olympics 2022



It has been six months since the Summer Olympics were held in Tokyo. And Winter Olympics 2022 are going to take place in first quarter of the year.

The Winter Olympics are held once every four years. Last event was held in 2018, in South Korea. The 100 Medal event took place at Pyeongchang with 15 different sports.

Norway is the most successful country to have won medals in the history of the Winter Olympics with a total of 368 medals, including 132 gold, 125 silver and 111 bronze medals.

It is followed by United States of America and Germany at 305 and 240 medals of all time.

All You Need To Know About The Winter Olympics 2022

The 2022 Winter Olympics will be held in Beijing,China.

The Chinese capital will be the first city in the world to host both the Summer and Winter Olympics.

The Winter Olympics

In total, the Games will feature 109 events in 15 categories in different sports, including seven events that will see their first Olympic champions receive awards.

The Beijing Olympic Winter Games will officially open on February 4, 2022, and start two days earlier with the first curling and ice hockey games.The closing ceremony will take place on February 20, 20022. The 17 day event will include 15 sports. A total of 109 medals will be awarded to participants from 91 countries.

The giant panda named Bing Dwen Dwen (冰 墩墩) is the official mascot of the Beijing Winter Olympics 2022.

“Bing” means ice and symbolizes purity and power, while “Dwen Dwen” stands for children. The mascot combines the strength and power of athletes and will help to promote the spirit of the Olympics.

The cover of the event will be shared between the Eurosport subscription service and the free BBC TV.

BBC Sport will show 300 hours of live broadcasts across BBC One and BBC Two, as well as much more available on BBC Player, The Red Button and the BBC Sport website.

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NFL legend Tom Brady to Call it Career after 22 seasons



Tom Brady is retiring from football after 22 seasons in which he won seven Super Bowl titles.

When Brady, who is considered the biggest quarterback in NFL history, left the field after losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Los Angeles Rams last weekend, he knew it could be his last act as a footballer, sources said. In the days since, he has spent time refining that thought and preparing for his retirement announcement and the next chapter of his life and career, sources said.

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NFL legend Tom Brady to Call it Career after 22 seasons

Reasons behind Brady’s expected retirement

Sources said Brady’s decision to retire was based on a number of factors, including family and health. While not that important, Brady also recognizes that the Buccaneers are likely to make huge profits, sources say.

Brady, 44, has been adamant for weeks that he has never wanted a “farewell period,” and many who know him believe he wishes to make the decision without much of a game leading up to it. He will focus on new endeavors and believes this is the right time to finish his playing career, sources said.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Brady’s company, TB12 Sports, sent a tweet that appeared to confirm his decision but also deleted the post.

Don Yee, Brady’s agent, has postponed any comments about the quarterback’s future to Brady himself.

“I understand speculation in advance about Tom’s future,” Lee said in a statement. “Apart from getting into the accuracy or inaccuracies of this report, Tom is the only person who will present his plans with complete accuracy. He knows the facts of the football calendar and calendar planning business with anyone, so that should be immediate.”

Officials and Buccaneers have been monitoring Brady’s retirement plans for the past few weeks, with many more likely to close out after the season, sources said. One source said recently this week “all signs point” to Brady’s retirement.

The Buccaneers were hoping to make a solid pitch to persuade Brady to play again for one year, but Tampa Bay realizes that the effort is not expected to have an impact and the team has put itself down to the challenges that lie ahead.

Buccaneers Coach on this matter

NFL legend Tom Brady to Call it Career after 22 seasons

Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said Brady had not yet informed him and the team of his plans to retire. Tom Brady Sr. he also told “Tommy did not make such a commitment” about his playing career.

However, Chris Godwin who welcomed the Buccaneers was among those who responded to the news by thanking Brady on Twitter. My colleague Mike Evans also thanked Brady on social media, but later deleted the tweet.

He has won seven Lombardi trophies, the most one trophy won by one player in NFL history, and five MVPs in the Super Bowl. He collected career records such as the most touchdown passes (624) and most passing yards (84,250) in his 22 seasons.

His performance in the final year of his career. Finishing the regular season as NFL leader in touchdowns. Also passing yards suggested Brady could continue to play at the elite level of competition. But he saw the sacrifices that would take him and his family and saw it was time to face other challenges, sources said.

Earlier this week, appearing in his podcast “Let’s Go” with manager Jim Gray, Brady used the word “satisfied” to describe how he felt about his NFL career. Which has taken the attention of many who know a man who is rarely satisfied. his achievements. Brady cited his family’s wishes as a difficult one in his future decision.

NFL Leader’s Statement in a podcast

“I said this a few years ago, it’s all a relationship,” Brady said in a podcast. “It’s not always what I want. That’s what we want as a family. And I’ll spend more time with them and see what happens next.”

Brady and his family have been building a home in South Florida in northern Miami.

“I’ll know if I know,” Brady said during the podcast. “I think we all, you know, can get a little bit downhill. It’s been six consecutive months of football. Every day is eaten up every day by football. And I think now is the time to spend time with my family and spend time with my kids.”

Brady will be the second quarterback of the second Hall of Fame to call it a career this off-season. On Thursday, Ben Roethlisberger announced his retirement from the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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