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Greatest Rivalry In Tennis History Relived

Greatest Rivalry In Tennis History Relived

Other, Sport
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will renew their long standing rivalry at the ATP Swiss indoor final in Basel. As their last title match goes back to 2013 the tennis world is delighted to watch another long-awaited episode of the greatest rivalry. Words: Ena Bilobrk, Subeditor: Ludovica D'Angio After beating Richard Gasquet in a spectacular series of sets, Nadal has secured his place in the final facing Federer who also won in straight-sets against the American Jack Sock. It will be their 34th meeting and although Federer always struggled to find back into his match again Nadal, former Grand Slam winner Peter Fleming sees Roger as “a big favourite”. Nadal has a fantastic record of winning 23 out of his 33 matches against the Swiss. In their first ever match at the Miami Masters in 2
To Stay Or Not To Stay, That Is The Question

To Stay Or Not To Stay, That Is The Question

Other, Sport, Uncategorized
This year’s Rugby World Cup has brought tears, smiles and the pubs have had a few visitors as well. Colourful, patriotic shirts and unmistakable chants highlighted the rugby spirit across the UK. For some it became the perfect moment to draw a line under their international careers. Words: Ludovica D'Angio, Subeditor: Ena Bilobrk, Jack Everitt The end was marked as New Zealand and Australia met at Twickenham for the final everyone had expected from the start. The All Blacks went home with the cup, winning their second title in a row after starting with a brilliantly executed Haka. Led by their greatest player, Richie McCaw, and their fly-half supreme, Dan Carter. In the game itself, New Zealand did not disappoint, putting on an incredible display to clinch victory. Carter and McCaw, a
Halloween Rave Ends In Clash With Riot Police

Halloween Rave Ends In Clash With Riot Police

News, UK
Riot police conflict with Halloween ravers last night in Lambeth, Central London. Crowds reported to have thrown bottles, chairs and possibly a petrol bomb towards police. Words: Corey Armishaw Residents of Lambeth awoke this morning to the shambles left behind by the mayhem of “Scumaween”. The morning after the night before... Still lots of police around. Street cleaners also busy clearing up aftermath pic.twitter.com/j37OntR9CU — Sam Lister (@sam_lister_) November 1, 2015 The illegal rave was advertised on Facebook as “A Nightmare on Scum Street”, with 4000 of the 13000 invited guests saying they planned to attend. As Police attempted to close down the rave, the revellers turned sour and began throwing objects and chanting “Scum” and “Pigs”. The skirmish escalated with the s
Saturday Silliness

Saturday Silliness

Football, Sport
Another football Saturday is over. So, to keep you entertained before super Sunday kicks off, we have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of the best post match memes the internet has to offer. Words: Ena Bilobrk, Jack Everitt Let’s begin with the match that was always going to cause the most talking points... Chelsea v Liverpool 1-3 The Chelsea losing streak continues. Mourinho's troubles continue to grow and finishing in the top four places are looking like a very difficult task for the Blues. But as long as this form continues the meme's will keep flowing. Swansea v Arsenal 0-3 Mesut Ozil can not stop assisting. Dream team Ozil and Giroud have struck again and you wonder how their relationship has become so effective. Is there anyone in football that Ozil could n
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