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World number one Ash Barty has a bit of time on her hands after deciding to skip the U.S. Open and has spent some of it promoting tennis in indigenous communities in the far north of Australia. The 24
Barty became the first Indigenous Australian since Evonne Goolagong Cawley to top the world rankings when she hit number one last July
Far North Queensland's up-and-coming tennis stars will be among the first to benefit from a series of programs designed to help young Indigenous players hone their skills.
Australian Ash Barty says decision was tough but cites "significant risks involved" with traveling "due to COVID-19."
World No.1 Ash Barty has delivered an inspirational message to young Indigenous girls in Far North Queensland, imploring them to never give up.
Australia's Ash Barty, the world's top-ranked female tennis player, said Wednesday she will skip the U.S. Open because of concerns regarding the coronavirus.
Ash Barty was widely applauded in Australia on Thursday for putting the safety of her team and herself first and withdrawing from this year’s US Open.
Ashleigh Barty has opted out of the 2020 U.S. Open amid the COVID -19 pandemic. The WTA 's No. 1-ranked player also won't compete in the Western & Southern Open, a prominent tune-up event annually for the
World number one Ash Barty has a bit of time on her hands after deciding to skip the U.S. Open and has spent some of it promoting tennis in indigenous communities in the far north of Australia.
World number one Ash Barty has a bit of time on her hands after deciding to skip the U.S. Open and has spent some of it promoting tennis in indigenous