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A day after Nick Kyrgios was booed off court for throwing his racket and attacking a chair umpire, a top-ranked tennis player revealed he has been the victim of abuse. Alexander Zverev believes he was the target of racial abuse and domestic abuse after a bizarre incident in the locker room on the eve of the Cincinnati Masters. The World No.6 said he has alleged physical and racial abuse at the hands of ATP staff in the fallout from a match in Washington two weeks ago.
Amir Khan has been awarded a victory in his social media war with Muslim boxer Kevin Cunningham, but the British fighter’s victory may only ensure that he won’t be stripped of the American’s title.
President Donald Trump urged soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo to apologize for making a comparison of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler to Barcelona’s president and club owner Josep Maria Bartomeu. The pair recently became embroiled in a Twitter fight after Bartomeu criticized Ronaldo over his treatment of police during a fight in his native country. The two sides exchanged a flurry of retweets, most likely seen as in relation to the international soccer tournament in Russia in 2018. However, a post from Trump – which was later deleted – was just as insensitive.
The NYPD promised a $500 fine for drivers caught texting or using cellphones at the wheel. But there is no penalty for non-distracted driving.
After being taken aback by protesters who were supposedly paid for their displeasure in Barcelona, yellow vest-wearing demonstrators gathered in Paris and found France was just as clueless as they were about their demand.