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t’s the question we seemingly ask ourselves every few years when Tiger Woods has an injury.

Will he ever play again, will he be the same, how many times will he play – is this truly the end?


His latest injury does look a nasty one, after the 43-year-old overturned his car after reportedly speeding on his way to an event on 23 February.

Of course @TigerWoods nailed the Happy Gilmore swing on the first try.

Watch the full video of #TeamTaylorMade trying to recreate Happy’s iconic move here:

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But Jack Nicklaus believes Woods will play again, and told the Washington Post he expects him to be able to “slap it around”.

The record 18-time major champion told the paper: “I know Tiger. What he did at Torrey Pines [winning the 2008 U.S. Open] on a broken leg, what does that tell you? He’ll still be able to slap it around, and if he can putt, he’ll be all right.

“I don’t know if he can reach his old level, but I do expect him to play again.”

Woods has posted glimpses into his recovery on his social media channels after the crash, where he is said to have been driving at more than twice the 45mph limit before he had to extricated from his vehicle.

Woods has posted an image of himself alongside his dog and rehab partner, saying that the development of his course is going quicker than his recovery with the caption: ‘Man’s best friend.’

In May, he told Golf Digest his recovery was one of his most painful experiences due his previous injuries.

He told them he suffered open fractures in his tibia and fibula, injuries to his foot and ankle, and trauma to the muscle and soft tissue of the leg.

A crash report, released with Woods’ consent, later revealed he was knocked unconscious and suffered a laceration to the front of his jaw and bruised his ribcage along with fracturing his right tibia and fibula.

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Venus Williams gifts her mother house worth $310,000



Venus is cutting ties with Jupiter — TMZ has learned tennis star Venus Williams is giving away her fancy Jupiter, Florida home FOR FREE … to her mother.

According to official records, Venus deeded her mother, Oracene the 2,804 sq. ft. house in September. The only money exchanged — $10. Clearly, the house is a gift, and the nominal fee just keeps it legal.

Venus originally purchased the 4-bedroom, 3-bath home for $310,000 back in 2000 … which has to be the greatest year of her career: she won the U.S. Open, Wimbledon, and an Olympic gold medal.

Total prize money for Wimbledon and the Open that year was more than $1.5 million … so the house purchase would have been a breeze for Venus.

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‘I think Roger Federer certainly transformed tennis’, says former star



Novak Djokovic’s recent triumph at Roland Garros helped fuel the debate over the best ever again. The number 1 in the world, who reassembled Stefanos Tsitsipas in the last act, has therefore put his 19th Grand Slam title on the bulletin board, reaching only one length behind Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

As the youngest of the Big 3s, the 34-year-old from Belgrade has a great chance to end his career with the most majors. The Serbian veteran has made no secret that he would like to host the ‘Calendar Grand Slam’ this year, as he will be the main favorite at both Wimbledon and the US Open.

His ride to the sixth seal at the Championships started well, despite having conceded a set to local favorite Jack Draper in the opening round. With Nadal in the pits to recharge his batteries and Federer close to saying goodbye, one wonders who can stop his domination.

In the course of an interview with the Herald, former Australian champion Pat Cash expressed his opinion on the issue of the greatest ever.

Pat Cash on the GOAT debate

“Head-to-heads are significant. If you want to throw in who the greatest player of all time is, you have to have a winning head to head record against your other peers,” Pat Cash said.

“Overall, (as) a player who can do everything, Roger Federer has to be up there. Rafael Nadal, of course, was a very good volleyer and was able to use that,” Cash said. “Not in the later years because his tactics were never going to trouble Federer.

But Novak Djokovic’s returning, serving and ground strokes on slower grass courts that we have these days, to me, it feels like a bit of a pity that the courts have slowed down so much. Or the balls have slowed down, I should say.”

Cash then proceeded to lavish praise on 20-time Major winner Roger Federer, crediting the Swiss for transforming the sport through his versatile style of play. “I think he certainly transformed tennis. He brought it to another level in the modern era.

He showed players could play at the back of the court and be equally as good at the net and around the net,” Cash said. “His movement was phenomenal and I think he certainly brought an element of style and flashiness and the shots he could produce – it’s the best of what we seen from the Bjorg and Connors at the baseline and McEnroe, Edberg, Sampras, those types of volleys.”

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“Very Nervous”: Emma Raducanu Reveals Excitement Playing With Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge



Reigning US Open champion Emma Raducanu has been in the limelight ever since her inspiring three-week run in New York that ended with a dominant victory over Leylah Fernandez in the finals.

Right from former players to coaches, everyone has been praising the youngster for not succumbing to the occasion and remained focused on her game in the championship match. Now, all eyes are on Raducanu’s next tournament.



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With Indian Wells likely to be the option, the current world no.22 will have to play the qualifiers in order to make it to the main draw. The reason being, Indian Wells calculates the ranking points acquired before the US Open.



Emma Raducanu plays tennis alongside the Duchess of Cambridge
However, the tournament organizers are most likely to give a wild-card for the Brit. While Raducanu remained tight-lipped on the next event she wants to play, the youngster was asked to participate in an event hosted by the LTA Youth Program.



The program took place at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, Raducanu had the privilege of meeting the Duchess of Cambridge for the first time. Not just that, the rising star got to play doubles alongside the Duchess.

“Perfect day for some tennis & what an honour, loved being part of the #LTAyouth fun”, Raducanu tweeted post the event.



Raducanu also mentioned that she felt more nerves playing alongside Kate Middleton than being at the US Open final.

“I was actually very nervous playing the duchess — I was like, ‘Don’t miss, don’t miss.’”, Raducanu said.



Kate Middleton has been playing tennis with US open Champion Emma Raducanu at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.

— Sky News (@SkyNews) September 24, 2021



It’s a known fact that the Duchess of Cambridge has been a huge tennis fan and continues to be one. Every year at Wimbledon, she hands out the trophies during the ceremony as she is a patron of the Lawn Tennis Association(LTA).



Kate’s love for tennis goes way back to her school when she was a sportswoman. After Raducanu’s impressive win at the US Open, the Duchess tweeted saying that the whole nation was proud of the teenager’s achievement.



Coming to Raducanu, she announced today about her split with current coach, Andrew Richardson. With a huge leap in the ranking points, the Brit found the need to have the guidance of someone who has coaching experience on the WTA tour.

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