Boris Johnson is under pressure to explain why it seems like during the first wave of pandemic he was hosting BYOB parties with 100 invitees at Downing Street, the headquarters of the British government.
The notoriously anti-vax tennis champion Novak Djokovic has been denied entrance to Australia at the Melbourne airport, and that’s about the nearest he will get to the tennis courts of the Australian Open.
The UK is pushing the clock forward on the vaccine matter.
Is the coronavirus vaccine going to be affordable for poor and developing countries? Or is it going to be a “pay to play” game?
While the coronavirus vaccine is being developed by companies like Pfizer and Moderna, the world awaits
Trump is refusing to concede to Biden and spends his days tweeting away on his mobile phone, while the coronavirus pandemic ravages the US.
The coronavirus emergency is far from being over, and the second wave hits often harder than the first…
Everything’s okay! Our governors say… and in the meantime the coronavirus pandemic explodes again.
One side effect of the lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic is that the unsustainability of mass tourism became evident.
What do you think might happen if, in the middle of a pandemic, when every country is battling against a deadly virus and the tennis season has been halted, you organize a tennis tournament tour? World n.1 tennis champion Novak Djokovic has the answer: “We were wrong and it was too soon,” because what happensContinue reading “Double fault”