Sports Headlines: Tuesday November 7, 2017.
ATP And Red Bull Issue Apology For NextGen ATP Finals.
The draw to determine how the players would line up in the NextGen Finals in Milan was slammed for its sexist nature after models had to catwalk before showing the group names by taking off their clothes. Red Bull who sponsored the ATP event apologized for the offense the draw method had caused.
Ian Wright: ‘I Am Happy West Ham Sacked Him’.
It always looked like the axed Bilic was either unwell or that was just his normal look, but former West Ham coach, Ian Wright, on Monday told the Press: ‘My friend needed a rest because of his health and I am happy they sacked him’.
IAAF Athlete Of The Year Awards.
In the male category, Mo Farah who defended his 10,000m title is up against Wayde Van Niekerk who won the 400m race and Mutaz Essa Barshim who won the London high jump. In the female category, there is Ekaterini Stefanidi who clinched the vault title at London 2017, Nafissatou Thiam who won the heptathlon title and Almaz Ayana for winning the 10,000m.
David Luiz Dropped Because Of Row With Antonio Conte.
Although the club denied the claims, it has been reported that Luiz had questioned the tactics the manager employed against Roma during one of Conte’s rant and it led to the coach taking him out of training with the squad to train alone and also after the match he hinted that the Brazilian had no permanent comfortable spot in the squad and had to work for it.
Alex Sandro Not Leaving Juve Soon.
Chelsea have been heavily linked to the wing-back, Juventus have said that even if the transfer clause is met by any club, they are not ready to release the player and the club will have to wait much later as he will not leave during the January transfer window.