US Open line judge is bombarded with death threats and sick messages mocking her child’s 2008 death after Novak Djokovic was disqualified from tournament for whacking ball at her throat
The US Open line judge hit in the throat with a ball by Novak Djokovic has been subjected to vile online abuse after fans of the world No 1 discovered her Instagram account. Laura Clark, from Owensboro, Kentucky, was catapulted into the spotlight on Sunday night after Djokovic inadvertently hit her with a stray tennis ball, resulting in him being disqualified from the US Open. Clark went down instantly, seemingly in considerable pain, before Djokovic came to check whether she was okay before the match was defaulted and the Serbian kicked out of the tournament.
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1,000 Americans move to Florida EVERY DAY as families abandon northern cities like New York, New Jersey and Connecticut – with home sales more than doubling in the Sunshine State
Roughly 950 people move to Florida every day and the state has seen ‘unprecedented demand’ and an uptick in luxury home sales as people in Northern cities flee the pandemic. Home sales in some parts of Florida have more than doubled since the coronavirus crisis. Many new residents come from high-tax Northern cities like New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. In Palm Beach County new single-family home contracts over $1million saw a 268% increase compared to last year. The wealthy end of the market swelled ‘across the major markets of South Florida’ as well as Tampa and St. Pete.
Is YOUR state doing enough coronavirus testing? Rhode Island is screening more of its population than anywhere else while Pennsylvania and Kansas fall to the bottom of rankings
Rhode Island leads the pack, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, while Pennsylvania ranks last, and Kansas, Indiana, South and Missouri, fall to the bottom of the rankings.