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Sharapova returns to tennis after 15-month doping ban

Sharapova should also try to dictate play using her powerful groundstrokes and her sliding on the surface would also get her out of trouble when she is on the defense. I know (Sharapova) is important for the WTA, for tennis, for everything. Vinci ended her barren run with a hold of serve and did so again in her next service game to remain on the coat-tails of Sharapova at 4-3.

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2 hurt in ship explosion in Atlantic Ocean flown to Azores

The captain initially reported one fatality and three other crewmembers who suffered severe burns. The Canadian Coast Guard also responded to the request and diverted two warships with physician assistants aboard, which were estimated to arrive at the scene after midnight.

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'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' Updates: Nintendo Switch's Weird Controller Restrictions Unveiled

While both Zelda Breath of the Wild and the Nintendo Switch have proved big sellers so far, it seems likely that they will be quickly followed by Mario Kart 8 Deluxe . Of course it won't stop us from walking through the doors of our local Target three times a week, but as of yesterday, any aisle in more than 650 Target locations could become an impromptu Mario Kart racetrack.

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Hope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

Scientists have created an artificial uterus that could support the development and growth of extremely premature babies. Co-author Dr Marcus Davey, a foetal physiologist, said that the researchers are now undertaking further animal trials, which they hope to complete within two years, "then move on to first in human use within three to four years".

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Dale Earnhardt Jr to retire at end of NASCAR season

The fan favorite and two-time Daytona 500 champion discussed his decision in a press conference Tuesday afternoon. Fans and friends of Dale Earnhardt reacted quickly to news of his retirement plans at the end of the racing season. After winning at Michigan International Speedway in his first year with the team, he went four seasons before winning again - also at Michigan. The weight of the NASCAR world was thrown onto the young driver in 2001 when his father was tragically killed in ...

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African countries chosen to test 1st malaria vaccine

Malaria is one of the most stubborn health challenges for WHO on the global platform and every year it infects over 200 million people and kills about a half a million of them. The pilot scheme will involve immunizing 360,000 children across the three countries between 2018 and 2020, AFP reported . On the other hand, 43 percent of people in that region (where 90 percent of all malaria cases manifest) did not have access to either mosquito nets or indoor insecticide in 2015.