But the men can change shirts on court", tweeted former Great Britain Fed Cup captain Judy Murray . King, who won four singles titles in NY, stated on Twitter that the rule was " outdated and impractical " while the WTA said it was "unfair" that men were able to sit shirtless courtside in the heat with no violation.
During a spiky confrontation that lasted just over seven minutes, Mourinho praised his players and the supporters after watching Tottenham inflict his heaviest home defeat as a manager and ensure United lost two of their first three Premier League games for the first time since 1992.
For the first time since Wimbledon in 2017, the "Big Four" is back together at a Grand Slam. "Inside myself something changed". "These two were my dreams, to be number one in the world and to win a Grand Slam". These hardcourts are not his best surface as they are for Novak Djokovic , but never count out his will. Nadal has won here three times, but Djokovic just took him out at Wimbledon.
The Irish bookmaker tweeted: "Manchester United were a shambles tonight". Mourinho sent out a message on Monday night by dropping Martial from the matchday squad; the forward is not injured. Kane all too easily got free at a corner and directed a super header into the top right-hand corner. "We wanted to start the season well and three wins out of three is a great start".
Paul Pogba has spoken out after Manchester United's defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League. 'We didn't understand why, because we had the game in our hands. "The first goal was a real blow, ' admitted Pogba ". One goal, two...we kept pushing, we had chances, and we conceded the third. United return to action on Sunday when they travel to Turf Moor to face Burnley, one of seven teams now below them at this early stage of the Premier League season.
Donald Trump given red card by Federation Internationale de Football Association boss in Oval Office
Trump told reporters it was the Patriot's Bob Kraft who initially pushed him to pursue the 2026 World Cup. Infantino joked that Trump might find the cards useful when dealing with the press, a comment the republican appeared to enjoy. I like that! I like that" as he pretended to throw a red card at the gathered contingent in DC. "Because I know they'd love to see that". Earlier in the day, Trump had complained on Twitter of "rigged" media coverage , and he used a gift from Infantino to ...