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Obituary – David N. Dinkins

New York’s first African-American Mayor and a benefactor for tennis died on 23 November at the age of 93.

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Stosur becomes a Mum

Australia’s Samantha Stosur announced on Instagram on Monday that her partner, Liz, has given birth to their baby daughter, Genevieve, over the coronavirus lockdown.

It has been a whirlwind time but we could not imagine life without her now. Mum and Evie are doing well and it’s so amazing to be home with them both. We are absolutely in love with this little bundle and rolling with the happy chaos. Sam Stosur

The 2011 US Open winner, 36, who is currently ranked No 97, posted: “Life in lockdown during coronavirus has been challenging in many ways but personally it’s been one of the most exciting and happy times of my life. On the 16th of June, my partner Liz gave birth to our beautiful little girl, Genevieve. It has been a whirlwind time but we could not imagine life without her now,” she said.

“Mum and Evie are doing well and it’s so amazing to be home with them both. We are absolutely in love with this little bundle and rolling with the happy chaos. We can’t wait for what’s to come and to watch little Evie grow up…. Although not too quickly we hope!”

Stosur joins a club of mothers on the WTA Tour that includes Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Sania Mirza and Kim Clijsters.

After turning professional in 1999, the Aussie has enjoyed a career that has seen her enjoy success in both the singles and doubles arena.

As well as winning the singles title in New York 9 years ago, she also hit a high of WTA World No 4 in the singles Rankings in February 2011.

Meanwhile, she has been a World No 1 in doubles, picking up 3 major titles, most recently in her home event of Australia in 2019, and narrowly missing out on a career Grand Slam by finishing as a runner-up at Wimbledon on 3 occasions.


Liz, Sam and Evie posted on Instagram on Monday

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