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Murray and Djokovic face off in Doha final

Undated, Jan 7 (Reuters) Andy Murray and champion Novak Djokovic will go toe-to-toe in the Qatar Open final after the world's top two players laid down their markers for the 2017 season. World number one Murray swept aside Czech third seed Tomas Berdych 6-3 6-4 to record his 28th consecutive victory and will be targetting a sixth title in succession. Djokovic, who was deposed as world number one by Murray in November and was beaten by the Scot in their last showdown -- in the title match of the 2016 season-ending ATP World Tour Finals - will be hoping to avoid the hiccups he faced against Spaniard Fernando Verdasco in Friday's semi-final. The Serb saved five match points to stay alive before eventually subduing Verdasco 4-6 7-6(7) 6-3. REUTERS VS 0636

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Tokyo 2020 must address questions, says IOC's Coates

23 Apr 2018 | 9:12 AM

By Jack Tarrant
TOKYO, Apr 23 (REUTERS) John Coates, chairman of the IOC's Coordination Committee for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, told organisers on Monday that stakeholders may lose confidence in their ability to host the Games if they do not answer questions about preparations.

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