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Battle of the sexes, a never ending cycle?

1973, the year Billie Jean King was challenged to a ‘battle of the sexes’, fought for equality on the tennis court and triumphed. And yet, 34 years later and the strength of the women’s game is still being questioned, seemingly to assert male dominance within sport. 183 more words


If you can't play, at least look the part

Bjorn Borg’s Fila tracksuit, the Brazil 1970 team colours and Adidas World Cup 1982 boots.

All classic kit which has stood the test of time. Even the most rotund male can carry this clobber off, in mind if not in reality. 410 more words

Trailer Alert - Borg Vs McEnroe

It’s no secret that here at The Average Nobodies we are big Shia LeBeouf guys. We’ve been in his corner since day one and we aren’t leaving. 109 more words

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You Cannot Be Serious | That Thing McEnroe Said

Since Wimbledon is well and truly under way now (my absolute favourite time of year), I thought I would address John McEnroe’s comments on Serena Williams last week. 525 more words

Morning Links: John McEnroe’s Sex Life Edition

Comings and GoingsJulia Joern, who has been a partner at David Zwirner Gallery for a decade, will be departing due to health issues. Joern headed up communications at Zwirner during the period when it expanded globally and transitioned from New Read More

While You Were Sleeping: 5 stories you might have missed, June 8 edition

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Ex-FBI chief Comey says Trump pressured him on Russia probe

Fired FBI director James Comey said in a statement released on the web that Donald Trump urged him to drop a probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, prompting fresh allegations that the US president tried to obstruct justice. 652 more words

Current Affairs

Tennis: McEnroe blasts Djokovic, says the Serb 'gave up'

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PARIS (AFP) – US tennis legend John McEnroe accused Novak Djokovic of giving up in his stunning French Open exit at the hands of Dominic Thiem on Wednesday (June 7). 218 more words

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