No particular locations or dates are recognized but, however the gamers have reacted positively to an thought comparable to the one the Spanish Tennis Federation desires to perform. “I’ve talked to some gamers like Jo (Tsonga), Lucas (Pouille), Jeremy (Chardy) … they’re all ,” says Ascione. “I’m going to speak to others. We are going to proceed hand in hand with the FFT (French Federation) with this undertaking.” All the pieces will depend upon the liberty of motion that exists in France and it should be remembered that Roland Garros It might be held between September 20 and October 4, the dates that it unilaterally selected for its postponement. In accordance to experiences L’Equipe and it echoes Tennis.com, Thierry Ascione, coach of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga along with the Spanish Sergi Bruguera and organizer of the ATP 250 match in Lyon, intends to mount a dust tour of southern France if the state of affairs brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic permits it.Ascione’s thought is to launch a collection of occasions for French gamers from the area and residents of that half of the nation, resembling Daniil Medvedev, who lives in Monte Carlo. “We are going to attempt to set up a match circuit to assist those that want it most,” stated Ascione. “It would additionally assist tourism, which has been hit exhausting. The advantages might be totally shared.”
Tanzanian freelance journalist, Azory Gwanda, was last seen by his family and friends on November 21, 2017.The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Monday, April 8 launched the #WhereIsAzory campaign to bring attention to the case of a Tanzanian freelance journalist Azory Gwanda, as Friday, April 5, 2019, marks 500 days since he was last seen.The campaign intends to raise awareness about Gwanda, and will call on Tanzanian authorities to carry out a credible investigation and publicly account for his fate. Supporters can participate by sharing the hashtags #WhereIsAzory and #MrudisheniAzory on social media.“Azory Gwanda is a freelance journalist reporting about his community, and he must not become just another statistic,” said Angela Quintal, CPJ’s Africa program coordinator.“Through this campaign, we want to ensure that Gwanda’s case becomes a priority for the Tanzanian authorities, and that we get much-needed answers about what really happened to him. Until that time, Tanzanian journalists will not feel safe,” Quintal said in a statement posted on CPJ’s website.Gwanda was last seen by his family and friends on November 21, 2017, according to CPJ research. He told his wife, Anna Pinoni, that he was taking an emergency trip, and would return the next day, but since then, his whereabout has remained unknown.In an interview with Mwananchi newspaper, Pinoni said she thought her husband’s disappearance might be linked to his work reporting on a series of mysterious killings in Tanzania’s Coast region, a view shared by others with whom CPJ has spoken.In Tanzania, journalists and media outlets are wary of retaliation if they are too vocal about Gwanda’s case. When two CPJ representatives were detained overnight and interrogated in Tanzania last year, they were specifically asked about their interest in Gwanda. His disappearance comes amid declining press freedom in the country, including government-ordered media shutdowns, fines, restrictive regulations, and arbitrary arrests of journalists.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! 1:30 p.m.The Camino Real League track and field finals are scheduled Wednesday at Serra High School in Gardena. The meet will involve athletes from both Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary and St. Paul and will begin at 5 p.m. The prelims were held Saturday.