Maria Sharapova to be banned for taking drugs

TVC E. Nadal & Andy Murray has said Maria Sharapova will be banned for taking drugs. Maria Sharapova male colleagues of Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray have come hard on the tennis star saying she must be punished and banned from the sport, after she admitted on Monday to failing a drug test in the last Australian Open. The Russian athlete is set to be provisionally banned from Tennis on Saturday, but the extent of the ban is yet to be unclear, with any suspension above two years effectively ending her career. But Rafael Nadal who says he has used stem-cell therapy and blood thinning in the past to speed his injury recovery says she must be banned from the sport while Britain's number one Tennis player Andy Murray says she must be banned for using performance enhancing drugs while also criticizing her racket sponsor, HEADS, for standing by Sharapova. 14-time Grand Slam winner...

Djokovic wins sixth Australian Open title

[caption id="attachment_8595" align="alignleft" width="300"] Novak Djokovic[/caption] TVC E, TENNIS - World number one Novak Djokovic has clinched the sixth Australian Open title after beating Andy Murray in straight sets and condemn the Briton to a fifth final defeat. The 28 year old Serb, won 6-1 7-5 7-6 (7-3) to claim his sixth Melbourne title, tying the record of Australia's Roy Emerson. Djokovic also draws level with tennis greats Bjorn Borg and Rod Laver on 11 Grand Slam titles. [caption id="attachment_8596" align="alignright" width="300"] Andy Murray[/caption] Second seed Murray, 28, has now lost all five Australian Open finals he has played, four of them against Djokovic. The Scot becomes only the second man - behind his former coach Ivan Lendl at the US Open - to lose five finals at the same Grand Slam since the open era began in 1968. He was expected to head straight to the airport after the final to return to London and his...

Tennis: Murray sets eyes on Australian Open trophy in 2016

TVC E, SPORTS - Winning an elusive Australian Open crown is Andy Murray's target for the new year but the Briton concedes that his hopes of success at Melbourne Park may rest on champion Novak Djokovic having an off-day. World number one Djokovic holds three of the four grand slam crowns after a dominant 2015 and started the new season with a bang last week, thrashing Rafa Nadal in straight sets to win the Qatar Open. Having lost to Djokovic in last year's final at Melbourne Park and in the 2011 and 2013 , Murray is hoping that Djokovic's form lapses this time around. The Australian Open serves off on January the 18th....