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Second Brexit Referendum
Brexit is the name given to the UK decision to leave the European Union. The EU is is a political and economic union of 28 member states that are located primarily in Europe. It has an area of 4,475,757 km² and an estimated population of about 513 million. 28 is soon to become 27 as the United Kingdom is set to leave the EU on the 29th March. The Brexit vote was a campaign promise by David Cameron in his 2015 general election in order to make sure UKIP who are a far-right political party didn't take their voters and cause a Labour government. The UK uses a first by the post voting system where you vote for one MP in your area and the first to 326 wins. If unable to get to that number, a hung parliament is caused, which has happened twice in the history of the UK. In the summer of 2016, the historic Brexit vote took place and leave won. However, it has emerged that vote leave broke electoral regulations during the campaign and have been fined £100,000, the most famous example was the bus which lied about the amount of money the UK sent to the EU.
Will Novak Djokovic Become the Best Ever Tennis Player?
Novak Djokovic was born on the May 22, 1987 so he is currently 31 years old. He is currently ranked number one in the ATP world rankings. As of the February 28, 2019 he has won 846 matches, 32 ATP 1000, events and 15 grand slams. He was won the last three grand slams: 2018 Wimbledon, the 2018 US Open, and the 2019 Australian open. This is an incredible achievement since in he missed six months of the season in 2017 and started 2018 with several early round exits. He lost to Hyeon Chung in the fourth round of the Australian open, Taro Daniel in the second round at Indian Wells, and Benoît Paire at the same stage of the tournament in Miami. However, his form began to change as it came to the clay court season with Novak stating, "It's the first time in two years I've been able to play without pain," referring to the constant elbow problems that had caused him pain. He got to the third round in Monte Carlo, knocked out early in both Barcelona and Madrid, but got to the semi-final of Rome when he was knocked out by the eventual champion Rafael Nadal. He got knocked out in the quarterfinal at the second gland slam of that year after showing some signs of improvement. He went on to dominate the season after this, only losing four more times to Marin Cilic, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Karen Khachanov, and Alexander Zverev to reclaim the top spot.
Who will Replace Rafael Nadal as the New King of Clay?
For the last 13 years the French Open has been dominated by one guy. Rafael Nadal has won 86 matches only losing twice to Novak Djokovic of Serbia in 2015 and Robin Soderling of Sweden in 2009.