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Professional Tennis’s Constellational Response to COVID-19

Kyle R. King

, but also to emulate their artistic and active citizenship ( Butterworth, 2014 ). During COVID-19, star players have provided both admirable and more questionable leadership. Most troublingly, top men’s player Novak Djokovic, citing spiritual beliefs, has repeatedly made statements at odds with

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One Nation, One Team: The U.S. Women’s National Team’s Equal Pay Victory and Its Broader Impact

Ben Pincus, Martha Brown, and Alexia Lopes

, 2022 ). This extends to even elite female players. The current number one player in the world, Iga Swiatek, won the Italian Open in May of 2022, taking in €322,280 ($266,493), only to see the men’s champion, Novak Djokovic, achieve the same feat and receive a prize 159% higher than hers ( Shmerler

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Print to Podium: Exploring Media Coverage of 2016 Olympic Athletes’ Perceptions About the Zika Virus

Amanda Kastrinos, Rachel Damiani, and Debbie Treise

’ve looked into [the Zika virus], but I was going regardless. I didn’t have to look into it before I made the decision. My decision was made when I said I wanted to be a part of this. Nothing was changing that.” Famed Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic expressed similar feelings in a Los Angeles Times