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Naomi Osaka wins fourth grand slam title

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Naomi Osaka maintained her perfect record in grand slam finals to win a fourth title at the Australian Open.

The 23-year-old defeated first-time slam finalist Jennifer Brady of America 6-4 6-3 to regain the title she won in 2019.

American Rajeev Ram and Czech Barbora Krejcikova won the mixed doubles title with a 6-1 6-4 victory over Australian duo Sam Stosur and Matt Ebden.

British number one Johanna Konta is set to play at next week’s Adelaide International. It will be her first competitive action since retiring from her opening contest at the Australian Open with an abdominal injury.

Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev will do battle for the men’s title as the tournament comes to a close.

Djokovic is bidding to maintain his perfect record in finals in Melbourne with a ninth title while Medvedev, who is on a 20-match winning streak, is going for a first slam crown.

Britain’s Joe Salisbury and American Ram will look to retain their men’s doubles title when they take on Croatian Ivan Dodig and Slovakian Filip Polasek.

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Champions League: What we will do against Chelsea in second leg – Simeone

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Atletico Madrid manager, Diego Simeone, has said they will have a lot of work to do ahead of their second leg clash with Chelsea in the Champions League.

The LaLiga side lost 1-0 to Thomas Tuchel’s side on Tuesday night.

Olivier Giroud scored the only goal of the match in the second half.

As a result, Simeone’s side will have it all to do at Stamford Bridge in three weeks, as they seek to qualify for the quarter-final.

“Looking three weeks ahead is too far. We have a lot of games until then. We will be playing against an opponent with speed and will need to be able to stop it, to deal with forwards like Giroud and other powerful players.

“We need to have more of the ball and position ourselves better in attack. We’ll work on it, but we also have an important game against Villarreal.

“Work, work, work. I trust the team we have. If we were in the month of September and they told me we’ve lost but we’re still leading, I’d sign for it,” Simeone said.

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Champions League: We didn’t let Atletico Madrid breathe – Tuchel

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Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, has said his side didn’t allow Atletico Madrid “breathe” as they won 1-0 in their Champions League last 16 on Tuesday night.

Olivier Giroud’s stunning overhead kick in the second half proved to be the winner, as the Blues claimed a huge advantage ahead of the second leg.

Tuchel admitted he prepared his team to face a defensive Atletico side.

Speaking to BT Sport, he said: “We knew it [Atletico packing their defence] could happen. We told the guys if it happens maybe it’s our quality and the respect. We wanted to be brave and play in their half.

“We knew they were ready to suffer with eight people in the box. The intention was to keep the intensity high. This is what we did very good. We never let them breathe or come out for counterattacks. We have a big reward with this result.

“This is one of the toughest challenges to open a defence like Atletico.”

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Chelsea vs Man United: Tuchel issues strong warning to Chelsea players ahead of the game

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Chelsea vs Man United – Chelsea manager, Thomas Tuchel, has warned his players not to allow complacency set in, ahead of this weekend’s clash with Manchester United.

Tuchel was speaking after the Blues’ 1-0 win over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday.

The win puts the Stamford Bridge side in good stead to qualify for the quarter-final.

Chelsea will now return to Premier League action against United, hoping to extend their eight-game unbeaten run under Tuchel.

But Tuchel has said they “cannot get comfortable or get lazy” ahead of a crucial four-game stretch in their top four ambitions.

Tuchel said: “Honestly, we now play Manchester United, Liverpool, Everton and Leeds but this is good. We cannot get comfortable or get lazy.”

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