Montenegro leg of Djokovic charity event cancelled over virus rules
Novak Djokovic's Balkans charity tennis tournament suffered an embarrassing setback on Saturday when the planned Montenegro leg was cancelled over coronavirus
Jovic apologises for breaking self-isolation rules in Serbia
eal Madrid striker Luka Jovic apologised on Thursday after travelling to Serbia and breaking self-isolation rules put in place to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Djokovic beats Thiem to win eighth Australian Open title
Novak Djokovic of Serbia defeated Austria’s Dominic Thiem 6/4, 4/6, 2/6; 6/3, 6/4 to win his 17th Grand Slam and eighth Australian Open title in Melbourne
Djokovic inspires Serbia to beat Spain ATP Cup final
Novak Djokovic yesterday inspired Serbia to victory in the inaugural ATP Cup as his singles win over Rafael Nadal helped his country beat Spain 2-1 in Sydney.
Battling Djokovic leads Serbia into ATP Cup final
Novak Djokovic was at his battling best to topple gutsy fifth-ranked Daniil Medvedev on an epic Saturday and send Serbia into the inaugural ATP Cup final. The world number two was given the ideal platform by a composed Dusan Lajovic
Serbia president '99% sure' Kosovo talks will be dropped
Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic said Thursday he was "99 percent" sure a Paris summit aimed at reviving talks with Kosovo would be cancelled, as the former war foes remain stuck in an acrimonious diplomatic deadlock.
Spain and Portugal eye hosting 2030 World Cup
Spain and Portugal's football associations announced on Saturday they are looking into the idea of bidding to stage the World Cup in 2030, without Morocco who had earlier been cited as a potential partner. "After holding several meetings in recent weeks, the football federations of Spain and Portugal confirm that they will begin a thorough…
Thousands rally in support of Serbian president
Tens of thousands of supporters of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Friday rallied in Belgrade, in a show of force after months of opposition demonstrations. Vucic, once an ultranationalist and close ally of the late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic, has become a staunch pro-European liberal who hopes to bring Serbia into the EU. Marchers, who…
Fugitive ex-Macedonian PM hit with new criminal cases
Macedonia prosecutors filed two new indictments Thursday against fugitive former premier Nikola Gruevski, who said this week he was granted asylum in Hungary after fleeing a two-year jail sentence in his homeland. Gruevski, a former strongman close to Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban, fled to Budapest earlier this month after being sentenced in Macedonia for…