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For all the pain, anguish, and rearrangements within the sporting world and beyond in 2021, arguably the story of the year was Emma Raducanu’s win at the US Open.

The British teen came through qualifying to blow away all before her at Flushing Meadows and etch her name into tennis history – becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam since Virginia Wade at Wimbledon in 1977.

With CoViD-19 potentially wreaking havoc in the draw and plenty of players having their preparations hampered again in Melbourne, it promises to be a very open draw once more.

Home hopes are sure to be pinned on world number 1 Ashleigh Barty, who has enjoyed a stellar couple of years on the WTA Tour.

Grand Slam wins at the French Open and Wimbledon have etched her name into the history books and how she would love to add a major title in her home country to her ever growing list of achievements.

At +300 odds Barty will be the top seed at Melbourne Park and she will be backed to the hilt by the passionate home support in Victoria, reports Offers.Bet, bonus aggregator.

One of the most welcome returns to action in 2022 will be the sight of Naomi Osaka at the Australian Open.

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You should know that these were the words shouted out loud by Winston Glynn, an illegal alien accused of murdering 19-year-old Kristal Byron-Nieves during an armed robbery in a Burger King in New York City, according to news reports.

As you may know, Kristal Byron-Nieves was working the late shift (01:00 a.m.) at the Burger King in Manhattan, on Sunday January 09, 2022, when Winston Glynn, allegedly came in to rob the place at gun point. Upon doing so he shot Ms. Nieves, killing her and ending her young life.

You should also know that thanks to the great, intense hunt for her killer by the NYPD, in less than one week the perpetrator was captured and identified as Winston Glynn. He was immediately taken into custody and arrested. As he was being taken out of the 25th Precinct in Manhattan he shouted “America is gonna burn” among yelling other obscenities to the onlookers.

It is important for you to know that Winston Glynn is in this country illegally, an “undocumented” resident in this country. But what makes this case much more tragic is that this young girl’s life could have been saved given that he has a past criminal record. According to news reports he has been previously charged with the following crimes:

  1. In 2017 he was arrested and charged with criminal mischief.
  2. In 2018 he was…

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For all the pain, anguish, and rearrangements within the sporting world and beyond in 2021, arguably the story of the year was Emma Raducanu’s win at the US Open.

The British teen came through qualifying to blow away all before her at Flushing Meadows and etch her name into tennis history – becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam since Virginia Wade at Wimbledon in 1977.

With CoViD-19 potentially wreaking havoc in the draw and plenty of players having their preparations hampered again in Melbourne, it promises to be a very open draw once more.

Home hopes are sure to be pinned on world number 1 Ashleigh Barty, who has enjoyed a stellar couple of years on the WTA Tour.

Grand Slam wins at the French Open and Wimbledon have etched her name into the history books and how she would love to add a major title in her home country to her ever growing list of achievements.

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Michael Arceneaux has never shied away from discussing his struggles with debt, but in I Don’t Want to Die Poor, he reveals the extent to which it has an impact on every facet of his life—how he dates; how he seeks medical care (or in some cases, is unable to); how he wrestles with the question of whether or not he should have chosen a more financially secure path; and finally, how he has dealt with his “dream” turning into an ongoing nightmare as he realizes one bad decision could unravel all that he has earned. You know, actual “economic anxiety”.

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