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Djokovic returns to number 1 but already loses 5.1 million for not getting vaccinated

Novak Djokovic has lost the possibility of winning more than five million euros in prize money for his decision not to get vaccinated.

Fabio Fognini reveals Novak Djokovic's reaction after Rafa Nadal's triumph in Australia

Fabio Fognini knows Novak Djokovic well and has revealed what the Serb's reaction may be after Rafa Nadal's victory in Australia.

Carlos Moyá: "I think it's not the only Grand Slam I'm going to see Nadal win"

Carlos Moyá, Rafa Nadal's coach, has analyzed his pupil's victory at the Australian Open and has revealed the great goal of 2022.

Novak Djokovic fuels the controversy and will tell everything that happened in Australia

Novak Djokovic was received by the Prime Minister of Serbia and assured that in a few days he will clarify everything that happened in Australia.

Rafa Nadal: "I would love to be the player with the most Grand Slams, but I'm not obsessed"

Rafael Nadal, brand new champion of the Australian Open, his twenty-first Grand Slam, appeared at a press conference upon his arrival in Spain.

The best Rafael Nadal in history

Rafael Nadal ends the first tour of 2022 unbeaten, with two titles under his belt and the condition of number one in the Race.

This was the day after Rafa Nadal after winning the Australian Open

This is how Rafael Nadal lived the day after conquering the Australian Open and becoming the best tennis player of all time.

Podemos refuses to congratulate Rafa Nadal like the Basque and Catalan separatists

None of the Podemos heavyweights congratulated Rafa Nadal after establishing himself as the best tennis player in history at the Australian Open

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