The two-time swimming Olympian winner Grant Hackett (36) resumed on Friday after his worried father had reported him missing. His son was safe and sober in a hotel said Neville Hackett at the entrance of the family house. It is all very embarrassing to him. He told his mother that he loves her. Then he could not continue.

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Where exactly the Australian swimming idol is, the family did not know at this time. Previously, Father Neville had reported his son missing, after the former free-float after his release from the police had not appeared on appointments with his doctor and his lawyer. We were very worried. I was prepared for the worst said Neville Hackett.

Grant Hackett had been arrested in the Australian city of Southport after an incident in the family and was released a little later without punishment. According to Australian media reports, Neville Hacketts is said to have summoned the police after an argument came into his house. Apparently, Grant Hackett had drunk before. The perfectly made a photo posted by Grant Hackett on Instagram, on which, with clearly visible facial injuries he accused his brother Craig of beating him.

Even in the past, Grant Hackett had repeatedly caused negative headlines. Lastly in April 2016 when he had drunk on a flight before a passenger seated before him and had drawn to the nipple. Earlier, Hackett, a gold medal winner over 1500m in Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004, missed the qualification for the Olympic Games in Rio, and then resigned. In 2015, he had made a surprising comeback after six and a half years of break.

In the first match, 25 days after their smooth defeat in the round of the Australian Open against Coco Vandeweghe (USA), Kerber initially seemed unusually tame and made many minor mistakes in the first set. Her coach Torben Beltz signaled them atemprobleme. In the decisive set she fell back into old patterns and quickly fell behind with a 0: 4. The following chase came too late.

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The two-time swimming Olympian winner Grant Hackett (36) resumed on Friday after his worried father had reported him missing. His son was safe and sober in a hotel said Neville Hackett at the entrance of the family house. It is all very embarrassing to him. He told his mother...