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    Tennis-Istomin achieves mission 'impossible' with Djokovic win

    By Nick Mulvenney MELBOURNE, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Exhausted by a near five-hour contest, Denis Istomin struggled to formulate his thoughts following his stunning upset of Novak Djokovic at the Australian Open. For a world number 117 to beat the reigning champion in the second round of a grand slam was one thing, but to down the famously resilient Serb over five sets was bordering on the realms of fantasy. "To beat Novak in five sets, it's a great win.

  • How Long-Simmering Tensions Between Aaron Rodgers and His Brother Jordan Ended in a ‘Blow-Up’ Fight and a Family Torn Apart
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    How Long-Simmering Tensions Between Aaron Rodgers and His Brother Jordan Ended in a ‘Blow-Up’ Fight and a Family Torn Apart

    Like many brothers, Aaron and Jordan Rodgers have had a lifelong rivalry. “ have always been competitive, and they’re always trying to one-up each other,” says a source close to the Green Bay Packers quarterback. While competing on JoJo Fletcher‘s season of The Bachelorette, Jordan, 28, revealed that Aaron, 33, is estranged from the family.

  • Tyron Woodley thinks race plays part in him being the 'worst-treated' champ in UFC history
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    Tyron Woodley thinks race plays part in him being the 'worst-treated' champ in UFC history

    Tyron Woodley believes the UFC has a golden opportunity to take African-American boxing fans and make them into mixed martial arts fans – so long as the company puts in the effort. The UFC welterweight champion and native of Ferguson, Mo., sees that the biggest black star in combat sports in this generation