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Tennis umpires are reportedly considering a boycott of Serena Williams matches unless she apologises for calling Carlos Ramos a 'liar' and a 'thief' - Dotemirates
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Tennis umpires are reportedly considering a boycott of Serena Williams matches unless she apologises for calling Carlos Ramos a 'liar' and a 'thief'

Chair umpire Carlos Ramos is led off court after the US Open final, which Serena Williams lost. AP Photo/Julio Cortez A group of umpires are reportedly considering boycott action against Serena Williams, according to an anonymous source in The Times. Umpires are allegedly unhappy at how 2018 US Open women's final umpire Carlos Ramos was treated during and after the match. Williams called Ramos a "liar" and a "thief" on court, for which she was punished, and accused him of sexism in a post-match press conference. The source says Ramos was "thrown to the wolves." Umpires could refuse to accept...


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Wembley will galvanise 'tired' Croatia, insists Dalic

Zlatko Dalic believes playing at Wembley will be motivation enough to ensure fatigue does not derail Croatia against England in the Nations League on Sunday. Croatia were involved in a pulsating 3-2 win over Spain on Thursday – a result which means all three teams are in the race to qualify from Group 4 of League A going into the final match. A win for England or Croatia would guarantee promotion a place in the Nations League Finals, but the prospect of relegation also looms for both sides. Editors' Picks Is Vinicius Junior ready for the Real Madrid Galactico limelight?...
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Portugal clinch Nations League semi-final place with Italy draw

Portugal have won League A Group 4 after a scoreless draw with Italy and in the process have become the first team to clinch a spot in the UEFA Nations League semi-finals. The reigning European champions entered Saturday's match with Italy simply needing a result to guarantee their place in the semis with a game remaining. Article continues below A defeat would not have ended Portugal's chances of winning the group, though it would have come down to the final day against already-relegated Poland. Editors' Picks Is Vinicius Junior ready for the Real Madrid Galactico limelight? Who is Exequiel Palacios?...
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Sheikh Nahyan honours Tolerance Cup winners

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Socceroos and South Korea share spoils

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Al Wahda blank Kalba; Al Wasl drub Dibba

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Saudi Arabia and Palestine register wins

KUALA LUMPUR: Saudi Arabia defeated Yemen, Palestine came from behind to beat Pakistan while Japan and the UAE were held by Venezuela and Bolivia respectively in international friendlies on Friday.The matches are part of the three teams’ preparations for the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019 which entered its 50-day countdown on Friday.Palestine bounced back from going behind to defeat Pakistan 2-1 at the Faisal Al Husseini International Stadium.Palestine, preparing for their Asian Cup Group B campaign against defending champions Australia, Syria and Jordan, suffered an early setback when Pakistan striker Hassan Bashir scored against the run of play in the...