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Rash of Coronavirus Cases Poses Early Challenge for the Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia — It was late December, and Craig Tiley was feeling good. After months of negotiations with government officials and the world’s top tennis…

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With Positive Tests, the Rules Change for Some Players in Australia

MELBOURNE, Australia — Organizers of the Australian Open faced a rebellion from players Saturday after passengers on two charter flights bringing them to Melbourne tested…

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The 2020 Moments When Sports Made Sense

In a year in which Covid-19 caused more than 1.7 million deaths worldwide, sports competitions took place amid much debate over their necessity and the…

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A Year When Even Sports Wasn’t an Escape

In early May the ascendant tennis star Naomi Osaka declared on Twitter, “I’m done being shy.” Weeks later, after speaking out against police brutality following…

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