10 August 2022


Kyrgios lifts mental game for seventh straight win, Murray out (7)
Nick Kyrgios of Australia hits a return against Sebastian Baez of Argentina during Day 4 of the National Bank Open at Stade IGA on Aug. 9, 2022 in Montreal, Canada. (AFP) August 10, 2022 07:14 MONTREAL: Wimbledon runner-up Nick Kyrgios let an early lead slip but regrouped on Tuesday for a 6-4, 6-4 first-round victory over Sebastian Baez at the ATP Montreal Masters. World No.
Shapovalov loses in first round on tough day for Canadians at National Bank Open (3)
Sports Shapovalov loses in first round on tough day for Canadians at National Bank Open Canada's Denis Shapovalov walks off the court after losing to Alex de Minaur of Australia during first round of play at the National Bank Open tennis tournament Tuesday August 9, 2022 in Montreal.
Venezuelans protest sanctions, illegal seizures of nation's assets (3)
10 August 2022 06:54 (UTC +04:00) Thousands of Venezuelans marched through the streets of the capital Caracas to protest U.S.-led sanctions and illegal seizures of the nation's financial and nonfinancial assets, Trend reports citing Xinhua. About 10,000 protesters took part in the demonstration called by the government to press for the recovery of the assets, the transportation minister and president of state-run airline Conviasa, Ramon Velasquez
Alberta cabinet minister disavows racist, sexist essay that won prize (3)
Alberta's associate minister in charge of women's issues Jackie Armstrong- Homeniuk says that an essay with sexist, racist and white nationalist elements never should have been awarded a prize in a contest for young women launched earlier this year. Social Sharing Public outcry forces legislative assembly to remove essay from its website Michelle Bellefontaine · CBC News · Posted: Aug 09, 2022 1:04 PM MT | Last Updated: 1 hour ago
Wallaby Hodge puts half a hand up for more flyhalf duties (2)
10 Aug 2022 11:55AM (Updated: 10 Aug 2022 11:55AM) Bookmark Bookmark Share WhatsApp Telegram Facebook Twitter Email LinkedIn Utility back Reece Hodge feels privileged to be Australia's "Mr Fixit" but would gladly take another shot at flyhalf if given the chance. Hodge came off the bench to replace injured flyhalf Quade Cooper in Mendoza last Saturday and helped the Wallabies overhaul the Pumas 41-26 in their Rugby Championship opener.
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