Sports Digest: Mariners ruled out 5-0 against Newfoundland for fifth straight loss


The Maine Mariners lost their fifth straight win, losing 5-0 to the Newfoundland Growlers on Wednesday night in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

The Mariners, who play Friday and Saturday in Newfoundland, have lost to the Growlers three times this month. They were beaten 3-1, 5-2 in the Cross Insurance Arena.

Maine was ruled out for the first time this season.

Michael Joyaux and Orrin Centazzo scored in the first period, Zach O’Brien and Nolan Walker in the second, and Taylor Egan in the third.

Defenseman Tommy Miller had four assists.

Mariners goaltender Peter Thome was drawn after two thirds and made 13 saves. Josh Boyko played the third third and conceded one goal while making four saves.

Growlers goalie Luke Cavallin made 38 saves for the shutout.


AUSTRALIAN OPENS: The Australian government confirmed Novak Djokovic had been granted a visa to attend the Australian Open in January a year after his deportation over his stance against the COVID-19 vaccination.

The 21-time Grand Slam singles champion had his visa revoked on January 14 on grounds of public interest and lost an appeal against deportation in the Supreme Court.

Immigration Secretary Andrew Giles said he had approved Djokovic’s request to have the annulment decision revoked as the reason for the visa annulment no longer existed. The visa ban could have lasted three years.

ATP FINALS: Five-time champion Novak Djokovic made it into the last four with a 6-4, 6-1 win over Andrey Rublev in Turin, Italy.

Second-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas meets Rublev in his last group game on Friday, with a place in the semi-finals at stake as both players are 1-1 in the Red Group after Greek player Daniil Medvedev defeated.

Tsitsipas lost three match points in the second set, but won 6: 3, 6: 7 (11), 7: 6 (1).


WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Lionel Messi played the entire game in Argentina’s last World Cup warmup, scoring in a 5-0 win over hosts United Arab Emirates as the pre-tournament favorites extended their unbeaten run to 36 games.

Messi scored his side’s fourth goal just before the break after also setting up Julian Alvarez to put the opener in the 17th minute. Angel di Maria scored twice in between.

Ansu Fati will start in Spain’s last warm-up before the World Cup on Thursday, with Alvaro Morata, Hugo Guillamon and Marcos Llorente not playing this week due to lack of practice time.

Coach Luis Enrique said he hopes Fati can play the full 90 minutes of the game against Jordan before the trip to Qatar.

“I would ask you not to refer to Ansu as an injured player,” said Luis Enrique. “I see him in better shape than in June when he couldn’t be with us.”

MANCHESTER UNITED: Hours before Cristiano Ronaldo’s much-anticipated in-depth interview with Piers Morgan finally aired, Manchester United tore down a huge mural depicting the Portuguese superstar outside Old Trafford.

They certainly knew what was in store for them.

Few at United were spared a scathing condemnation of the club, delivered by Ronaldo in the first part of a 90-minute interview aired on TalkTV.

Former and current teammates. Former managers. The people who run the club. They were all enthralled by one of the world’s greatest sporting superstars whose days at United are surely numbered.

Excerpts from the interview had already been published on Sunday, including clips in which Ronaldo said he felt “betrayed” by United and disrespected manager Erik ten Hag.

MLS: Major League Soccer’s 10-year partnership with Apple begins February 1 with the launch of the MLS Season Pass.

The announcement came less than two weeks after the MLS Cup and just before the start of the World Cup.

First announced in July, the rights deal allows fans to watch every game without local outages or restrictions. The service will be available exclusively via the Apple TV app in over 100 countries starting next year.

• New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced plans for a 25,000-seat stadium for Major League Soccer’s New York City Football Club on an underdeveloped lot adjacent to the home of the New York Mets.

The $780 million stadium, slated to open in 2027 in the neighborhood known as Willets Point, will anchor a 23-acre redevelopment project that will also include 2,500 units of affordable housing, a new public school and a hotel, officials said.

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