Bulgaria’s Dimitrov knocks out Federer in US Open shocker, will face Russian troll Medvedev in semis

Grigor Dimitrov knocked Roger Federer off his perch, taking a place in the US Open semi-finals with a startling 3-6, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 win after the tennis legend suffered an injury on Tuesday. ​The 78th-ranked Dimitrov came out victorious against Federer for the first time, having lost his previous seven matches with the 20-time Grand…


‘Sorry guys and thank you!’ Taped-up bad boy Medvedev battles past Wawrinka and into US Open semis

Russia’s Daniil Medvedev overcame injury and rode out the boos at Arthur Ashe Stadium to beat Stan Wawrinka 7-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 in a four-set thriller and book a place in the US Open semi finals on Tuesday. Muscovite Medvedev has carved out a villainous persona for himself at Flushing, where he flipped off a…


Erik Finman, teen Bitcoin millionaire, plans to launch “Libra competitor”

In 2006, fans of the actor were stunned when details of his DUI arrest and subsequent anti-Semitic and misogynistic tirade were made public by TMZ, revealing that there were some serious issues bubbling just beneath the surface of the one-time People’s Sexiest Man Alive winner. His marriage fell apart, some in Hollywood began writing him…


Speculation over Paul Pogba’s Manchester United future intensifies after friendly absence

Rumors of Paul Pogba’s desire to leave Manchester United have intensified after the French World Cup winner missed the club’s latest pre-season friendly, despite both parties citing a back injury as the reason for his absence. The French international has been linked with a transfer to Real Madrid all summer and stated publicly in June…


NFL legend Gronkowski leaves door ajar to comeback if Brady asks him – but there’s a catch

Arguably the greatest Tight End in history, Rob Gronkowski retired from the NFL following his latest Super Bowl win in February but has hinted he’d be open to reuniting with Tom Brady and the Patriots – with strings attached. ‘Gronk’ called time on a glittering nine-year career of both blocking for and catching passes from Tom…


Top US sprinter Coleman cleared of doping charges despite missing 3 tests

America’s fastest sprinter Christian Coleman has been cleared of doping charges by the US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) despite missing three doping tests, a violation which could have resulted in a two-year ban. The fastest man in the world over 100m this year, Coleman was charged with a doping violation after having missed three tests over…


U.S. Soccer Says Women’s Team Has Been Paid More Than the Men

Confronting mounting open weight in a battle about fair pay, U.S. Soccer said the World Cup champion ladies’ national group has been paid more than the men’s group. As per a letter discharged Monday by U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro, the league paid out $34.1 million in pay and game rewards to the ladies somewhere…


Vietnam expects trade turnover with Russia to hit $10bn this year

The volume of trade between Russia and Vietnam could grow to $10 billion by 2020, according to Vietnam’s Deputy Foreign Minister To Anh Dung. Speaking at the Eastern Economic Forum (EEF) in Russia’s Vladivostok on Wednesday, he said: “Both sides have possibilities to improve the efficiency of comprehensive cooperation in all aspects.” The official noted that…


Private companies welcome to develop resource-rich Arctic shelf – Russian minister

Russia is open to allowing private oil and gas companies to research and develop the Arctic shelf in order to spare the government the huge expenses needed for the job. “We understand very well that Russia’s Arctic zone has not been researched well enough. Of course, we would want to research it more thoroughly. The…


Clearing up the ‘clouded side’ of fake leaves

While fake leaves hold guarantee as an approach to take carbon dioxide – a powerful ozone harming substance – out of the environment, there is a “clouded side to counterfeit leaves that has gone ignored for over 10 years,” as per Meenesh Singh, collaborator educator of compound building in the University of Illinois at Chicago…