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Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic faces trial in Serbia after breaching COVID-19 self-isolation measures
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Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic faces trial in Serbia after breaching COVID-19 self-isolation measures

Serbian prosecutors are asking the court for the sentence for leaving place of residence even though he came from a country with high virus transmission.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Red Star Belgrade back in training as Serbian league resumption looms
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Red Star Belgrade back in training as Serbian league resumption looms

Former European Cup winners Red Star Belgrade and Serbia’s other 15 first division clubs resumed training on Monday as the Balkan nation’s government eased some of its measures aimed at curbing the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus Outbreak: IOC struggles with logistics as clamour for postponement of Tokyo Olympics 2020 continues to grow
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Coronavirus Outbreak: IOC struggles with logistics as clamour for postponement of Tokyo Olympics 2020 continues to grow

The International Olympic Committee faced mounting opposition on Sunday to the current schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Games as athletes, teams and federations called for a delay because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus pandemic: A look at qualifying events for Tokyo Olympics 2020 in limbo due to COVID-19 threat
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Coronavirus pandemic: A look at qualifying events for Tokyo Olympics 2020 in limbo due to COVID-19 threat

Here we look at the status of many qualifying events for Tokyo Olympics 2020, which have been either postponed or cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic

Davis Cup 2020: Full-strength India face Croatia with realistic chance of upsetting former champions
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Davis Cup 2020: Full-strength India face Croatia with realistic chance of upsetting former champions

Prajnesh Gunneswaran, who missed the last tie because of his marriage, admitted that the lack of a strong second singles player in the rival line-up could work to India's advantage

Euro 2020: Kosovo coach Bernard Challandes says he doesn't want to think about politics and history, 'just football' ahead of playoffs
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Euro 2020: Kosovo coach Bernard Challandes says he doesn't want to think about politics and history, 'just football' ahead of playoffs

Kosovo, a country of 1.8 million people, which declared independence from Serbia in 2008, was finally accepted as a member of UEFA, and then FIFA, in 2016

Australian Open 2020: A ready-again Roger Federer says training long and hard in off-season has kept him in good shape
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Australian Open 2020: A ready-again Roger Federer says training long and hard in off-season has kept him in good shape

The 20-times Grand Slam winner was scheduled to warmup for the year’s first major at the inaugural ATP Cup in Australia but withdrew to spend more time with his family.

ATP Cup 2020: Rafael Nadal leads Spain past Australia to set up blockbuster finale against Novak Djokovic's Serbia
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ATP Cup 2020: Rafael Nadal leads Spain past Australia to set up blockbuster finale against Novak Djokovic's Serbia

Top-ranked Nadal and his Spanish team will face No 2-ranked Djokovic's Serbian team on Sunday night for the first title in the new 24-team international tournament.

ATP Cup 2020: Spain scrape past Belgium despite David Goffin's victory over Rafael Nadal to enter semis; Serbia blank Canada 3-0
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ATP Cup 2020: Spain scrape past Belgium despite David Goffin's victory over Rafael Nadal to enter semis; Serbia blank Canada 3-0

Rafael Nadal lost a singles match for only the second time since July, and was two points from another defeat not long after that would have ended Spain's run at the ATP Cup.

ATP Cup 2020: Novak Djokovic says crowd support at Sydney on a 'different level', made him feel like he was playing at home
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ATP Cup 2020: Novak Djokovic says crowd support at Sydney on a 'different level', made him feel like he was playing at home

Almost an hour after he walked off Ken Rosewell Arena to the raucous chants of his name, Novak Djokovic was distracted by replays of his comeback win over Canadian opponent Denis Shapovalov that secured Serbia's place in the ATP Cup semi-finals.

ATP Cup 2020: Denis Shapovalov beats Alexander Zverev in straight sets, anchors Canada's 2-1 win over Germany
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ATP Cup 2020: Denis Shapovalov beats Alexander Zverev in straight sets, anchors Canada's 2-1 win over Germany

Shapovalov needed just 70 minutes to brush aside world number seven Zverev, who lost his third straight singles before the year’s first Grand Slam starting in Melbourne on 20 January

ATP Cup 2020: Rafael Nadal beats Pablo Cuevas to secure Spain's win; Croatia, Japan cruise to victories
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ATP Cup 2020: Rafael Nadal beats Pablo Cuevas to secure Spain's win; Croatia, Japan cruise to victories

Weeks after leading Spain to a Davis Cup title, Rafael Nadal is doing his best to do it again at the ATP Cup, the newest of the men's international team competitions.

ATP Cup 2020: Novak Djokovic clinches victory for Serbia; Rafael Nadal's Spain vanquish Georgia
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ATP Cup 2020: Novak Djokovic clinches victory for Serbia; Rafael Nadal's Spain vanquish Georgia

Djokovic, winner of a record seven Australian Open titles, was able to feed off the large Serbian crowd at Pat Rafter Arena in Brisbane to ensure his country got the new, season-opening team event started with a victory in Group A.

2019 Literature Nobel Laureate Peter Handke steers clear of controversy in speech, speaks of mother's influence on writing
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2019 Literature Nobel Laureate Peter Handke steers clear of controversy in speech, speaks of mother's influence on writing

The choice of Peter Handke as this year’s winner of the Nobel Prize prompted substantial criticism over his defence of Serbs’ actions during the wars and for his speaking at the 2006 funeral of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, who died while facing trial for war crimes.

Davis Cup Finals 2019: Rafael Nadal rescues Spain to progress to semi-finals, heartbreak for Novak Djokovic's Serbia
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Davis Cup Finals 2019: Rafael Nadal rescues Spain to progress to semi-finals, heartbreak for Novak Djokovic's Serbia

Novak Djokovic played singles and doubles matches on Friday but couldn’t keep Serbia from losing to Russia 2-1 in the quarter-finals of the Davis Cup.

Davis Cup 2019: Tournament's new format garners praise and criticism from players at halfway stage
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Davis Cup 2019: Tournament's new format garners praise and criticism from players at halfway stage

At the halfway point, the revamped Davis Cup Finals are drawing praise and criticism.

Davis Cup Finals 2019: Andy Murray makes winning comeback with victory over Tallon Griekspoor; Spain secure quarter-final berth
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Davis Cup Finals 2019: Andy Murray makes winning comeback with victory over Tallon Griekspoor; Spain secure quarter-final berth

Andy Murray made a successful return to the Davis Cup on Wednesday, rallying to beat Tallon Griekspoor 6-7 (7), 6-4, 7-6 (5).

Davis Cup 2019: Serbia captain Nenad Zimonjic confident Novak Djokovic will be fit to play
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Davis Cup 2019: Serbia captain Nenad Zimonjic confident Novak Djokovic will be fit to play

Serbia open their campaign against Japan on Wednesday morning before meeting France in their second group match 24 hours later.

Euro 2020 Qualifiers: England-Bulgaria clash halted twice due to fans' racist behaviour; Ukraine book place with Portugal win
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Euro 2020 Qualifiers: England-Bulgaria clash halted twice due to fans' racist behaviour; Ukraine book place with Portugal win

Ukraine booked their place in Euro 2020 after squeezing past Portugal as Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal on a night stained by Bulgaria fans racially abusing England players while their side were hit for six in Sofia.

Peter Handke wins Nobel Prize in Literature: Even after Arnault affair, the Swedish Academy just can’t get it right
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Peter Handke wins Nobel Prize in Literature: Even after Arnault affair, the Swedish Academy just can’t get it right

Instead of cribbing about the backlash, the Swedish Academy should have picked a worthier candidate than Peter Handke.