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Rafael Nadal: World number three unsure over Tokyo 2020 Olympics participation (2021)

Rafael Nadal (right) won Olympic gold in the doubles at Rio 2016 with Marc Lopez (left), adding to his singles gold from 2008



Rafael Nadal says he does not know if he will compete at this summer's Tokyo Olympics because of uncertainty relating to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 20-time Grand Slam champion, who won Olympic gold in the singles in 2008 and the doubles in 2016, says he does not yet know his schedule.

Read more: Rafael Nadal: World number three unsure over Tokyo 2020 Olympics participation (2021)

Tokyo 2020: Naomi Osaka 'not sure' Olympics should happen amid rise in Covid-19 cases (2021)


If people are not feeling safe, then it's a really big cause for concern - Osaka



Naomi Osaka says rising Covid-19 levels in Tokyo are a "big cause for concern" and she is "not really sure" the Olympics should go ahead this summer.

Tokyo is under a state of emergency amid a surge in cases, 10 weeks from the start of the rescheduled Games on 23 July.

Read more: Tokyo 2020: Naomi Osaka 'not sure' Olympics should happen amid rise in Covid-19 cases (2021)

Roger Federer beaten in Qatar Open quarter-finals by Nikoloz Basilashvili (2021)

Roger Federer's match against Nikoloz Basilashvili was just his second since undergoing two knee surgeries



Roger Federer lost his second match since returning from a 14-month injury lay-off, going out to Nikoloz Basilashvili in the quarter-finals of the Qatar Open.

The 20-time Grand Slam winner was overcome by Georgia's Basilashvili 3-6 6-1 7-5 in Doha.

Read more: Roger Federer beaten in Qatar Open quarter-finals by Nikoloz Basilashvili (2021)

Roger Federer never considered retirement despite 14-month absence from tennis (2021)

Federer will turn 40 in August



Roger Federer says he never seriously considered retirement in his 14 months away from tennis, and is returning as he feels "the story's not over yet".

The 20-time Grand Slam champion is competing at this week's Qatar Open.

Read more: Roger Federer never considered retirement despite 14-month absence from tennis (2021)



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