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Serena Williams shares sweet video revealing who is right by her side during aftermath of unexpected news
Serena Williams may not have accomplished the outcome she wanted from her long-awaited return to competitive tennis at Wimbledon, but she is recovering just fine.MORE: Wimbledon pros' incredible houses revealed – Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and moreThe star shared a sweet video from home following her unexpected exit, and she had the sweetest supporter right by her side to get her through it all.It was none other than her daughter, Olympia Ohanian, who is the best sidekick to her super star mom, and had accompanied her all the way to London ahead of the famous tournament as well.WATCH: Serena relives her best spring fashionMORE: Serena Williams' illness that impacts her tennis matches: 'I powered through the pain'The clip sees the mother-daughter duo enjoying a sunny day out on the athlete's expansive backyard, which ironically featured a soccer net.Olympia is seen donning a full Princess Snow White get-up, as her mom, who is holding one of her dolls, asks her: "Olympia are we having fun with our babies? You want to keep playing with our babies?"As the adorable four-year-old replied with a resounding: "Yeah!" the tennis star then asked: "Okay, what adventure are we going to do next?" Her daughter promptly grew even more excited, answering: "We're going to go on the swing!"Olympia seems so exicted to be playing dolls with her momFollowing the loss during her opening match at Wimbledon and being knocked out of the tournament, Serena was quick to speak out on social media about it.MORE: Serena Williams' 'heartbreaking' Wimbledon injury explainedMORE: Serena Williams reacts after upsetting early Wimbledon exitAlongside a photograph of herself in the stadium waving to a crowd, she wrote: "That was insane and intense.
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John Isner branded 'far too nice' by Dan Walker after ending Andy Murray's Wimbledon hopes
John Isner, 37, was called “far too nice” by Channel 5 News presenter Dan Walker, 45, yesterday after defeating Andy Murray, 35, at Wimbledon.The former BBC Breakfast presenter described the American tennis player as a “lovely fella” after he beat the British hopeful early on in the competition. Dan took to Twitter yesterday to sing John’s praises after he had bested Andy on his home turf. Speaking to his 768,600 followers, he wrote: “John Isner is far too nice, and gracious and kind and respectful. “What a lovely fella #Wimbledon.”Yesterday, British two-time champion Andy suffered his earliest Wimbledon exit ever.The Scottish tennis star put up a good fight, but lost in four sets against John in the second round.The former world number one secured the third set, with the hope that he could bring it back, but unfortunately fell 6-4 7-6 (7-4) 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 to the big-hitting 20th seed.Andy has never failed to reach the third round at Wimbledon over 13 previous attempts, but that all changed yesterday.Meanwhile, John fired 36 aces on his way to victory on centre court after previously competing as a semi-finalist in 2018.The athlete, who is originally from North Carolina, will play 20-year-old Italian 10th seed Jannik Sinner next.John proved himself to be a good sport, as he hailed Andy as “one of the greatest players ever” after knocking him out of the second round. "It's no secret that I am not a better tennis player than Andy Murray," he said.
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5 tennis stars' car collection as Wimbledon hots up – including Murray's surprise choice
Wimbledon living life in the fast lane of tennis - and these are the cars they drive.With millions up for grab at the big tournaments, those tennis players that manage to hit the big time have plenty fo cash to splash how they like.And, unsurprisingly, the likes of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal drive some of the most sought after and expensive cars on the planet.READ MORE: Emma Raducanu's stalker who lives just miles from Wimbledon warned 'stay away'Car and van leasing firm, Select Car Leasing, has rounded up the motoring collections of five of the most popular and successful tennis stars as Wimbledon hots up in the first week.Roger Federer has long been considered the king of Wimbledon having won the British grand slam a staggering eight times.He is missing his favourite tournament due to injury this year and his star is beginning to fade after a glorious career, but his legendary status is unquestioned.The Fed Express obviously likes a smooth but powerful ride to match the way he glides across the court.He’s long been a fan of Mercedes, who have sponsored him since 2008 and appears to favour his AMG SLS Roadster which boasts a beast of a V8 engine.Federer has also been spotted behind the wheel of the AMG 63 G Wagon, a yellow AMG GTS and, going off brand, a Range Rover SVR.Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray has been the leading light of British tennis for 15 years but he still finds time to put the pedal to the metal.The Scottish superstar has previously owned a fleet of supercars including a Ferrari F430, an Aston Martin DB9 and a Jaguar XKR – the latter thanks to his sponsorship deal with the British carmaker.Surprisingly, the two-time Wimbledon champion is most comfortable behind the wheel of his old VW Polo,
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'Absolutely horrendous' Piers Morgan slams 'horrific' Texas shooting as 19 children dead
Piers  Morgan condemned the “absolutely horrendous” school shooting that took place in Uvalde, Texas yesterday, leaving 19 young children dead.The journalist went on to call for America to make changes to its gun control laws, following the “horrific” incident that also took the lives of two adults. Piers, 57, took to Twitter last night to update his 7.9 million followers on the terrible events that transpired at Uvalde yesterday.Using statistics that have since been updated, he wrote: “14 schoolchildren and a teacher at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas have been shot dead by an 18-year-old gunman.“Absolutely horrendous. I don’t know what else to say about these endless US gun massacres - it’s for Americans to resolve but where is the will?He continued: “Nothing was done after Sandy Hook to stop another school massacre like that happening again.“It’s now happened again.Schoolchildren being slaughtered in their classrooms should not be a political issue.“Please, America, stop the partisan bullsh*t and do something to stop it.”Tennis star Andy Murray, recalled the deadly 1996 shooting of 16 children and one teacher at Dunblane Primary School, Scotland, responded to Piers’ tweet.“F***ing madness,” the star commented.Replying to the tweet, Piers wrote back: “As you know better than most.“I don’t understand the lack of will to at least try to stop it happening.“Texas has nearly twice as many registered guns as any other US state.“I hope we don’t hear that the answer to this latest horrendous massacre is more guns.”Piers also shared a quote from the USA’s National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman, which read: “It takes a monster to kill children.
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Last Brit standing Dan Evans loses to millionaire 21-year-old at Australian Open
Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu.Ninth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime cruised into the fourth round with set victories of 6-4, 6-1 and 6-1 just a year after Evans had seen off the same foe on the same court to win his only ATP Tour title.The one-sided match lasted just an hour and 53 minutes, which would've been welcomed by the Canadian after he spent eight hours on court across his first two rounds.Auger-Aliassime, 21, is currently at his highest ranking of World No. 9 having turned professional in 2017 and became the youngest player to enter the top 200 since Rafael Nadal in 2002.Auger-Aliassime's career best performance came with his semi-final heroics at the US Open back in September, where he would lose out to eventual winner Daniil Medvedev.That came after he reached the last eight at Wimbledon, having also helped Canada into the final of the Davis Cup back in 2019.Despite being one of the youngest players on the tour, Auger-Aliassime has already secured prize money of £4,369,705 making him a millionaire at the age of just 21.Can Felix Auger-Aliassime go all the way at the Australian Open? Tell us in the comments section"It is tough not to feel better, it is one of the best Grand Slam performances I've had," said Auger-Aliassime after his comprehensive victory over Evans."Everything was working for me today, I'm happy to be through in straight sets."The Canadian will face either Andrey Rublev or Marin Cilic in his fourth round encounter as he looks continue on his journey towards a first Grand Slam final.Auger-Aliassime told the Independent earlier this year: "I feel like now I’ve learnt how to deal with that better, the outside expectation, what people might say or what I might see in the media.