The Five Pointer: Nadal gets angry, Djokovic beaten and Villa set to retire

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The ATP finals are happening in London this week, and after one defeat in the group stage so far, Rafael Nadal was asked by a journalist if his marriage is affecting his tennis. The Spaniard reacted angrily to the question.

Novak Djokovic was beaten by Dominic Thiem in the Serbian’s second group stage match of the same competition.

The 26-year-old battled from a set down to beat the current world number two 6-7, 6-3, 7-6 in a stunning match, to reach the last four.

England take on Montenegro at Wembley tomorrow night knowing they need just a point to secure qualification to Euro 2020.

The game also marks England’s 1,000th international match. Three Lions defender Ben Chilwell has said England will ‘put on a show’ for the game.

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Spain’s all-time leading goalscorer David Villa has announced he will retire from football when the season ends with his current club in the Japanese top flight.

The 37-year-old, who plays for Vissel Kobe, will end his career having won the World Cup, European Championships and the Champions League.

He also finished with 59 goals in 98 games international games for Spain.

And finally, we have a picture that has gone viral this week, supposedly of Chelsea’s fine list.

Players can expect a fine of a £10,000 for not reporting illness or injury more than an hour and a half before training, being late for a meeting will cost a hefty £500 a minute, and £20,000 for being late to training.

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