Joshua Robinson, Wall Street Journal

Joshua Robinson

Wall Street Journal

United Kingdom

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Recent:
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Past:
  • Financial News
  • Moneyish

Recent articles by Joshua:

Chinese Sponsor Distanced Itself From Women’s Tennis Before WTA Pulled Events From China

The WTA said that iQiyi, a Netflix-like streaming platform, asked to be removed from the WTA’s website as the organization spoke out about Peng Shuai. → Read More

Women’s Tennis Suspends Events in China Following Allegation Against Government Official

The organization’s chief executive expressed “serious doubts” about the safety of Peng Shuai, the Chinese tennis player at the center of global concern over her well-being. → Read More

Women’s Tennis Takes On China With Threat to Pull Its Business

WTA chief executive Steve Simon has threatened to pull the tour out of the country following the disappearance of Peng Shuai. → Read More

David Moyes Finally Fixed West Ham—Two Years After Getting Fired

In his second stint with the Hammers, Moyes has the team in third place—and no one quite knows why. → Read More

The Australian Open’s Vaccine Mandate Could Keep Novak Djokovic at Home

The 20-time major champion hasn’t said whether he will comply with local vaccine rules to play in Melbourne. → Read More

The U.S. National Team’s Qatar World Cup Plan: Experience Is Overrated

In its biggest match since missing the 2018 World Cup, the Americans have a chance to take control of qualifying for 2022 at home against Mexico. → Read More

French Women’s Soccer Player Arrested Following Assault on Teammate

Paris Saint-Germain’s Aminata Diallo was arrested on Wednesday as police investigated an attack on fellow midfielder Kheira Hamraoui. → Read More

The Premier League Ramps Up for Its First Three-Way Title Race in Years

After three seasons of Liverpool-Manchester City slugfests, English soccer’s drama is running deeper again. → Read More

F1 Driver Lewis Hamilton’s Plan to Revolutionize the Sport

On his way to becoming the most dominant F1 champion ever, Lewis Hamilton overcame more obstacles—and took curves harder—than any other driver on the circuit. → Read More

Red Bull’s Unexpected Gift to F1—a Genuine Title Race

With twin bets on a young driver and a new engine, Red Bull is mounting the stiffest challenge yet to the dominance of Mercedes. → Read More

The Legendary Bike Race Where Fans Pray for Rain

Paris-Roubaix is set to be run in a downpour for the first time since 2002. Supporters are thrilled. Riders are terrified. → Read More

Daniil Medvedev Beats Novak Djokovic to Win the U.S. Open

Daniil Medvedev of Russia denied Novak Djokovic his 21st major title and a Grand Slam by defeating him in the U.S. Open final. → Read More

Emma Raducanu, 18, Wins U.S. Open in All-Teen Final

Emma Raducanu defeated Leylah Fernandez to win the first U.S. Open final between two teenagers since 1999. → Read More

How Novak Djokovic Turned Defense Into Grand Slam Titles

No one in tennis history is better prepared to grind down opponents than the fittest man in tennis. Now the world’s No. 1-ranked player is just two victories from a sweep of all four majors. → Read More

The U.S. Open Star Who Makes Tennis Courts Enormous

Daniil Medvedev returns further behind the baseline than anyone at the U.S. Open. His big-court tactics have him in the semifinals. → Read More

Canada’s Swaggering Teen Star of the U.S. Open

After stunning Naomi Osaka and Angelique Kerber, Canadian 19-year-old Leylah Fernandez is into the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam for the first time. → Read More

Naomi Osaka Signals Break From Tennis After U.S. Open Defeat

The two-time US Open champion didn’t say when she might return to the circuit after losing to 18-year-old Canadian Leylah Fernandez. → Read More

The Netflix Show that Turbocharged Formula One

Renewed for a fourth season, ‘Drive to Survive’ has brought a new audience to the sport—and they’re not there for the cars. → Read More

No Roger, No Rafa, No Serena: This U.S. Open Looks a Lot Like the Future of Tennis

This will be the first major tournament without Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, or Serena Williams this century. The door to Novak Djokovic’s possible Grand Slam is wide open. → Read More

Cristiano Ronaldo Returns to Manchester United

The all-time great from Portugal is headed back to the Premier League with Manchester United, just weeks after Lionel Messi joined PSG. → Read More