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Naomi Osaka becomes first Japanese Woman to win US Open

       Naomi Osaka has become the first Japanese woman to win the US Open after beating her idol Serena Williams.

Osaka won the match in straight sets, beating Serena 6-2, 6-4.

Osaka’s first US Open win was, however, marred by controversy after Serena protested being penalized by the umpire.

First, she had been issued a warning after her coach, Patrick Mouratoglou,gestured to her. She told the umpire, Carlos Ramos , she “never cheats.”

A few games later, she got a point penalty after breaking her racket. She then called the umpire “a thief,” claiming he stole a point from her, and was given a game penalty afterward.

Serena called the game referee and supervisor, saying the penalty was not fair.

She said:
There are men out here that do a lot worse, but because I’m a woman, because I’m a woman you’re going to take this away from me? That is not right.

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Deontay Wilder knocks out Dominic Breazeale in 1 round

Deontay Wilder just sent a chilling message to the rest of the heavyweight division.

The big-punching American lived up to his status as one of boxing’s most feared knockout specialists, b

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Jurgen Klopp Reveals What Liverpool Plan To Do Against Barcelona

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Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has revealed his side plans of the Champions League semi final against Barcelona on Tuesday.

Klopp said they will try for 90 minutes to celebrate the Champions League campaign to give it a proper finish.

Divock Origi, Xherdan Shaqiri and others, will feel up for injured Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino when Liverpool host Barcelona at Anfield.

Salah and Firmino are now confirmed out, making the uphill climb to try and overturn a 3-0 deficit that much harder now.

Klopp told press conference on Monday,

“Two of the world’s best strikers are not available tomorrow night and we have to score four goals.

“It doesn’t make life easier but as long as we will try for 90 minutes to celebrate the Champions League campaign to give it a proper finish. That’s the plan.

“If we can do it, wonderful. If we can’t do it, let’s fail in the most beautiful way.”

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