Djokovic outclasses Nadal to win Australian Open title.
Novak Djokovic overpowered rival Rafael Nadal to win the 2019 Australian Open, and become the player with the highest number of victories in Melbourne.
The Serb saw off his Spaniard opponent in three sets, to claim a 6-3 6-2 6-3 victory on Sunday.
Djokovic has won the Australiann title in 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and now in 2019
Real Madrid have taken over from Manchester United at the top of the Deloitte Football Money League.
The Champions League winners Madrid made record revenues of €750.9m (£674.6m) in 2017-18 as United slipped to third place behind Madrid’s rivals Barcelona, who generated revenues of £648.3m. United made £676.3m.
Madrid’s victory over Liverpool in May brought them a third successive Champions League title, while Barcelona’s rise to second made it the first time two La Liga teams have occupied the top spots since 2014-15..
It is the 12th time in 22 editions of the list – which does not take club debts into account – that Madrid has ended up on top.
The top 10 includes six Premier League clubs, a new record, while the overall revenue of the top 20 clubs increased by six per cent to reach a record £7.4bn.
Premier League champions Manchester City, with £503.5m, maintain a place in the top five, with Liverpool (£455.1m) seventh after their Champions League run, Chelsea (£448m) eighth and Arsenal (£389.1m) down to ninth after missing out on a place in the Champions League.
Tottenham (£379.4m) return to the top 10 for the first time in more than a decade.
Popular Nigerian musician, David Adeleke, officially known as Davido is not new to politics as two of his uncle, Ademola Adeleke and Isiaka Adeleke were former Senator of the federal legislative arm of government and governor of Osun state respectively at one point in time.
The talented singer took to his twitter handle to react in the wake of President Muhammadu Buhari’s swearing in of Mr. Ibrahim Tanko Muhammed as the acting chief justice of Nigeria following the suspension of Justice Walter Samuel Onnoghen by the code of conduct tribunal tody.
Davido tweeted :
DEMOCRAZYYYY!! WE ARE IN TROUBLE !!!!! Davido (@iam_Davido) January 25, 2019
We can’t allow this nonsense….
Mr Eazi who is dating Temi Otedola, daughter of billionaire oil mogul, Femi Otedola has cleared the air about his date with her, stating that he isn’t after her father’s wealth.
Mr. eazi who recently said he doesn’t own a house nor cars, ha also spit out his mind recently to the public reaction concerning his girlfriend Temi Otedola.
However, in a chat with Showtime, the singer who has since kept mum on the matter rubbished claims that he flaunts his girlfriend, Temi, on social media because she is the daughter of a billionaire.
“I feel like at the end of the day what comes out of me is in me. You know people can say what they want to say. If you put your ears down and react to what they say, you won’t live, especially when you are in the limelight.
“You have to realize that your life is now entertainment for people. I don’t care about what people think. If your self-esteem is based on how much is in your bank account then you have a very serious self-esteem issue. So my mind, myself-worth has nothing to do with my account. I have had experiences of ups and downs so if my self-worth was based on material things I would have killed myself”.
He added that whenever he decides to talk about his love life publicly, it would be exclusive and on a paid basis.
“When I do, it will be Netflix exclusive and I will be paid to talk about it.”
Folarin Falana, the Nigerian entertainer famously known as Falz, says he found success when he started to showcase rascality on the internet.
The singer said although he had started making music since 2009, he did not find his big break until 2015. Falz, who recently released his ‘Moral Instruction’ album, said it was quite tough to break into the music industry.
“I don’t even think it was one song. I think it was a period of time with quite a few things going on around that time,” he said during a sit down with Teni on Flytime Promotion’s ‘ The Journey ’.
“It was quite tough, it’s never easy. I’ve been pushing music since 2009.
“Not until maybe like 2015 (before the big break). At the same time I was in the university. I finished in 2010. It was a period of time when I began to showcase rascality on the internet.
“At that time, the song that was popular for me was ‘Marry Me’ featuring Yemi Alade and Poe. At the same time, I was becoming a well known rascal on the internet. That attracted a lot of people to me. ”
Speaking about his relationship status, Falz said he has not had a girlfriend for a long time. The entertainer also said he does not actively entertain thoughts of marriage.
“I don’t really think about marriage like that but I have liked girls,” he said.
Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg plans to integrate social network’s messaging services such as WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger, to assert his control over the company’s sprawling divisions at a time his business has been battered by scandals.
Reports say the move has the potential to redefine how billions of people use the apps to connect with one another while strengthening Facebook’s grip on users, raising antitrust, privacy and security questions.
The services will continue to operate as stands alone apps, but their underlying technical infrastructure will be unified, said four people involved in the effort.
The proposed merger will potentially bring together three of the world’s largest messaging networks, which between them have more than 2.6 billion users, allowing people to communicate across the platforms for the first time.
Portugal to revoke Ronaldo honours?
Ronaldo, 33, was awarded the Grand Cross of the Portuguese Order of Merit three years ago, after leading his nation to a surprise triumph at Euro 16.
Awarded to those who represent the country with distinction and ‘sacrifice in favour of the community’s, Ronaldo may see his honour revoked after accepting a fine of 18.8 million upon the admission of guilt of image rights fraud.
“The law is very simple: it is up to the chancellors of the national orders to see if anything has happened that could lead to the loss of honour,” President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa said.
This means it would be the current chancellor of Portugal’s civil Order of Merit, one of several branches of the country’s honours system, to decide whether the 33-year-old’s conviction is enough to strip him of his honour.
“We should let those with the legal power to decide to do so and see whether the law applies or not in this case.”