An Egyptian journalist falls into a coma because of the African Nations

An Egyptian journalist falls into a coma because of the African Nations  Egyptian media reported that journalist Mohamed Ghoneim was transferred two days ago to a local hospital, in a complete coma and in an unstable health condition, due to his suffering from malaria.  It seems that Ghoneim caught the infection of this disease during his recent presence in Cameroon with the Egyptian fans, to follow up on the recent African Nations Cup, in which the "Pharaohs" team lost its final match against Senegal on penalties.  And local media quoted Abdel Aziz Al Bambi, the uncle of the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah (Liverpool's top scorer), that the latter asked his family to provide the necessary assistance for Ghoneim's treatment, and confirmed his full support for him.  Egyptian players and activists interacted with the news of this journalist's illness and wished him a speedy recovery. It is reported that malaria is an infectious parasitic disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, where parasites infiltrate red blood cells and destroy them.

Egyptian media reported that journalist Mohamed Ghoneim was transferred two days ago to a local hospital, in a complete coma and in an unstable health condition, due to his suffering from malaria.


It seems that Ghoneim caught the infection of this disease during his recent presence in Cameroon with the Egyptian fans, to follow up on the recent African Nations Cup, in which the "Pharaohs" team lost its final match against Senegal on penalties.

And local media quoted Abdel Aziz Al Bambi, the uncle of the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah (Liverpool's top scorer), that the latter asked his family to provide the necessary assistance for Ghoneim's treatment, and confirmed his full support for him.

Egyptian players and activists interacted with the news of this journalist's illness and wished him a speedy recovery.
It is reported that malaria is an infectious parasitic disease, transmitted by mosquitoes, where parasites infiltrate red blood cells and destroy them.

Russian tennis player banned from Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup  Jakarta - Russia was unable to defend its Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup titles, but its players are still allowed to appear in Grand Slam tournaments and regular tournaments.  The tennis authority's decision was taken after Russia invaded Ukraine last week. Belarus, which is one of the territories from which Russia called the "special operations" invasion, was also barred from participating in international team competitions.  "The international tennis body is united in our condemnation of Russia's actions," the ATP, WTA, International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Grand Slam said in a joint statement.  According to the world tennis governing body, players from Russia and Belarus can still play in the elite ATP and WTA Tours but cannot carry their names or national flags.  Men's world number one Daniil Medvedev and number six Andrey Rublev lead Russia to beat Croatia in the 2021 Davis Cup final in Madrid in December, a month after the Russian women's team won the Billie Jean King Cup in Prague.  Tennis authorities also suspended the joint WTA-ATP Moscow event scheduled for October. It is unclear whether Russia will be allowed to compete in the team-based ATP Cup in Australia. Russia qualified for the semifinals of this tournament in January 2022 and won the 2021 edition.  The ITF said it had suspended the membership of the Russian Tennis Federation and the Belarus Tennis Federation and withdrew them from all ITF team competitions until further notice.  The decision follows the ITF's cancellation of all tournaments held in Russia and Belarus.

Russian tennis player banned from Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup


Jakarta - Russia was unable to defend its Davis Cup and Billie Jean King Cup titles, but its players are still allowed to appear in Grand Slam tournaments and regular tournaments.

The tennis authority's decision was taken after Russia invaded Ukraine last week. Belarus, which is one of the territories from which Russia called the "special operations" invasion, was also barred from participating in international team competitions.

"The international tennis body is united in our condemnation of Russia's actions," the ATP, WTA, International Tennis Federation (ITF) and Grand Slam said in a joint statement.

According to the world tennis governing body, players from Russia and Belarus can still play in the elite ATP and WTA Tours but cannot carry their names or national flags.

Men's world number one Daniil Medvedev and number six Andrey Rublev lead Russia to beat Croatia in the 2021 Davis Cup final in Madrid in December, a month after the Russian women's team won the Billie Jean King Cup in Prague.

Tennis authorities also suspended the joint WTA-ATP Moscow event scheduled for October.
It is unclear whether Russia will be allowed to compete in the team-based ATP Cup in Australia. Russia qualified for the semifinals of this tournament in January 2022 and won the 2021 edition.

The ITF said it had suspended the membership of the Russian Tennis Federation and the Belarus Tennis Federation and withdrew them from all ITF team competitions until further notice.

The decision follows the ITF's cancellation of all tournaments held in Russia and Belarus.
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