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‘Better than losing before’: Tennis world melts for ‘classy’ reaction in stunning 24-month turnaround

Daniil Medvedev’s new-found calmness in the face of adversity was on full display in the moments after his heartbreaking Australian Open final loss to...

No.1 cops ALL-TIME upset in teen’s 25-year first as ‘very weird’ act sums up big AO issue

Teenager Linda Noskova has pulled off an upset for the ages, fighting back from a set down to knock the world number one Iga...

Washington Heats Up Nuclear Energy Competition With Russia, China

WASHINGTON—To compete with its biggest geopolitical rivals, the U.S. government is looking toward small nuclear reactors.Not a single so-called small modular reactor has been...

Opinion | Russia, China and the Threat to the North Pole

Despite a slow-burn conflict growing in the Arctic, the U.S. military presence in the region has waned substantially following the Cold War. The Coast...

If Russia wins in Ukraine, the US may be stretched so thin it would leave the door wide open for China, war analysts warn

With US military aid to Ukraine jammed up in Congress and Kyiv pleading for more help, a think tank is sounding the alarm.A Russian...

As U.S. Seeks Calmer China Ties, Europe Gets Tough

BRUSSELS—European Union leaders plan to warn Chinese leader Xi Jinping that the bloc is prepared to impose new sanctions and trade penalties on his...

‘Shooting will start’: China-Aus escalation fears

Beijing’s acoustic assault on an Australian warship last week follows a well-established pattern: China is pushing hard in the legal ‘grey zone’ beneath an...

We’re through! De Minaur power Aussies to second straight Davis Cup final in straight sets triumph

Alex de Minaur has guided Australia into a second successive Davis Cup final with an assured 2-0 win over Finland in Malaga.The world number...

‘This is not Davis Cup’: Aussie spirit alive despite sad demise as Demon revives glory days

As Lleyton Hewitt embraced Alex de Minaur after his Davis Cup heroics in Malaga on Thursday morning, it evoked memories of one of the...

No.1 doubles duo splits before Open

Australian women’s doubles world No.1 Storm Hunter will reunite with an old partner ahead of the Australian Open but says it won’t be Ash...

Worrying Kyrgios Aussie Open update

Australian Open boss Craig Tiley has significantly softened his language on Nick Kyrgios’ likely availability for the tournament, casting doubt over whether the star...

With the ‘Demon’ in charge, Hewitt believes Australia is poised to end a 20-year title drought in Spain

Australian captain Lleyton Hewitt said a Davis Cup team seeking to end a 20-year title drought will draw inspiration from the World Cup success...

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