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LONDON (Reuters) - The 2021 Davis Cup Finals will be held over 11 days rather than seven and will almost certainly be staged across three cities, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) confirmed on Monday.
(Reuters) - Shrewsbury Town manager Steve Cotterill is in intensive care unit being treated for COVID-19 and will miss Tuesday's FA Cup third round tie at Southampton, the League One (third-tier) club said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Phil Neville stepped down as England women's team manager on Monday and the former Manchester United and England defender was named the head coach of David Beckham's Major League Soccer (MLS) side Inter Miami.
GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Experienced all-rounder Moeen Ali could yet play for England in the second test against Sri Lanka after recovering from COVID-19, captain Joe Root said in a video news conference on Monday.
(Reuters) - Former Davis Cup player Sam Groth has accused Novak Djokovic of a "selfish political move" after a report said the world number one had written to Australian Open organisers asking them to ease quarantine restrictions for players.
GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - England secured a seven-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the first test on Monday but there will be only muted celebrations at the tourists' hotel as life in a bio-secure bubble continues to take a heavy toll, said Jonny Bairstow.
(Reuters) - German Alexander Zverev has parted ways with Roger Federer's sports management company Team8, the world number seven said.
GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Captain Joe Root expects spin twins Dom Bess and Jack Leach to be even better in the second test after both claimed five-wicket hauls in England’s victory over Sri Lanka in the first match at Galle International Stadium.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - More players were forced into hard quarantine ahead of the Australian Open with officials confirming on Monday that four additional participants, including an athlete, tested positive for COVID-19 among those arriving in Melbourne.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) expects only 6,000 athletes to participate in the opening ceremony at the Tokyo Summer Games, more than half of initial estimates, as organizers implement measures to guard against coronavirus infections.