Why an Israeli athlete's decision not to play on Yom Kippur matters

Dudi Sela forfeited tens of thousands of dollars and ranking points.

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October 2, 2017 08:51
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Why an Israeli athlete's decision not to play on Yom Kippur matters

DESPITE WINNING the first set in a tie-break against American Josh Donaldson, Israel’s Dudi Sela was knocked out of the Citi Open in the opening round late Monday night. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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