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Prince George is all smiles ahead of his ninth birthday! Kate Middleton and Prince William on Thursday shared a new picture of George to tout his birthday on Friday. "George is turning 9!" the couple wrote on Twitter, along with a birthday cake and balloon emoji. George was photographed on a beach in a light-blue polo shirt as he closely resembled his father.

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Rafael Nadal withdraws from Wimbledon as Nick Kyrgios gets bye to final
Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from Wimbledon ahead of his semi-final clash against Nick Kyrgios following an abdominal injury - sending the Aussie through to his first ever singles' Grand Slam final.The 22-time Grand Slam winner received treatment during his quarter-final win over Taylor Fritz and was told by his father to concede the match before powering on to a five-set victory.However, following scans on Thursday the 36-year-old has decided not to risk further damage to his 7mm tear by playing on Friday evening - with Kyrgios into his first ever final as a result of a bye.READ MORE: Australian Open bad boy Nick Kyrgios once blamed poor performances on "being horny"Nadal said at a press conference: "Unfortunately I am here because I have to pull out from the tournament, no?""I was thinking the whole day about the decision to make but I think it doesn’t make sense to go [on court]."Even if I tried a lot in my career to keep going in very tough circumstances. Who will win the men's singles final at Wimbledon? Tell us in the comments sectionI think it's obvious if I keep going the injury is gonna get worse and worse and that's the thing that I can say now."Adding: "It's not only that I can't serve at the right speed it's that I can't do the normal moment to serve."To imagine myself winning two matches...
Inside Nick Kyrgios' relationship with stunning girlfriend Costeen Hatzi
Nick Kyrgios has recently been dominating the headlines for his behaviour at Wimbledon.The Australian national was fined earlier in the tournament for spitting in the direction of a spectator, and could also be penalised for violating the Wimbledon dress code.In a controversial week for the Wimbledon player, he’s now been accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and will appear in an Australian court next month.The 27-year-old tennis player is facing one charge of common assault after an alleged domestic incident involving his ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari in 2021.However, the Tennis star’s legal team have said that he isn’t officially charged until his appearance in court.Kyrgios dated Passari during an on-and-off relationship from 2020 until late 2021. But now the sports star has a new girlfriend - Costeen Hatzi.As they’ve been spotted together during the Wimbledon tournament, here’s everything we know about Kyrgios’ current girlfriend.Costeen Hatzi is a blogger and influencer who’s based in Sydney, Australia.Hatzi currently has over 88,000 followers on Instagram and regularly posts pictures of her travels, outfits and beauty products.The 22-year-old also founded her own home décor business, called Casa Amor interiors, where she sells minimalist home décor including candles, mirrors and vases.As well as her decent Instagram following, Costeen also has 27,000 followers on TikTok.Nick Kyrgios split from Chiara Passari in 2021 and began dating Costeen later that year.The pair both confirmed their relationship publicly as they posted to Instagram for the 2022 new year.Kyrgios posted a picture with his arm around Costeen and captioned the photo: “I’m blessed.
Bad-boy Nick Kyrgios broke competition rules the moment he stepped onto Centre Court
Wimbledon officials during his round of 16 clash against Brandon Nakashima on Monday (July 4) by instantly breaking strict dress code regulations.The controversial Aussie was looking to secure his first Grand Slam quarter-final spot in the singles draw since way back in 2015 - and strolled onto the court wearing bright red and white Nike Dunk Low trainers.Wimbledon's strict all-white clothing policy says that all white clothing needs to be worn as soon as the player is on the court - with Kyrgios only changing to white shoes after sitting on his chair before warming up. READ MORE: Venus Williams had to change her bra mid-match after Wimbledon officials complained The rules state: "Competitors must be dressed in suitable tennis attire that is almost entirely white and this applies from the point at which the player enters the court surround."Despite the disregard for the rules, Kyrgios is unlikely to be fined more than he has already paid out this tournament in clashes against Phil Jubb and Stefanos Tsitsipas.The 27-year-old was fined £8,200 for spitting in the direction of fans during his win over the Brit - and a further £3,200 for his an audible obscenity in the later clash. With Nick Kyrgios win a Grand Slam tournament during his career? Tell us in the comments section belowWimbledon's strict dress code has been pushed to the limit throughout the history of the tournament, with Anne White told to change after wearing a catsuit in 1985.White was asked to change during a first-round clash against fifth seed Pam Shriver - and she did so before before losing the match.She later said: "I had no idea it would be so controversial."More recently in 2017, Venus Williams also flouted the historic dress code regulations.Having
Piers Morgan brands Nick Kyrgios a ‘d***’ over furious rants at Wimbledon
Piers Morgan, 57, has reacted to Nick Kyrgios’ furious rant over spectators and line officials in the Wimbledon 2022 match.The former Good Morning Britain presenter took to Twitter to voice his opinion on the 27-year-old’s demeanour during the clash.In view of his 7.9 million followers, Piers shared a video that shows Nick saying: “I don't start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket do I?"Along with the clip, Piers simply wrote: “Kyrgios is such a d***.”Nick sparked backlash after complaining to umpire Marija Cicak over the crowd at the match earlier today.He said: "You have to tell them.They're spectators.“They don't have any right to do that.They're spectators who spend money to come watch us play.They should be removed."I don't go up to their face in their 9-5 and start clapping when they're scanning s*** at a supermarket.“They have no right to do that so why does it keep happening?"Nick went on to complain about “racial slurs” as he questioned why spectators were not penalised for their actions.He added: "You should just remove them from the crowd."So pure disrespect from a spectator to an athlete is acceptable at Wimbledon?“But you don't accept a hat with two logos? When's the line?“That's acceptable, racism is acceptable so when does it stop? So where's the line?"It's been happening for years.