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MUMBAI (Reuters) - With lower-level players reeling financially from the tennis shutdown over the coronavirus, the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) said on Tuesday it was working to boost players' earnings when the sport resumes and may extend the 2020 season.
ROME (Reuters) - The heads of Fiorentina and Torino said in separate interviews on Monday that they believed that the Serie A season was unlikely to finish due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Red Bull's motorsport head Helmut Marko suggested his Formula One and junior drivers should catch the coronavirus while racing is on hold so they would be protected from sickness later in the year.
B. TINAGARAN had it all going for him. A pioneer with the MIFA football team since 2014, the centreback helped the team win two M3 League titles (2013 and 2016).
ALL over the world football pitches are as deserted as the streets.
LLANELLI, Wales (Reuters) - Workers were laying floors and connecting electricity sockets on an expanse of astroturf on Monday as they raced to create a hospital for patients with COVID-19 inside a Welsh professional rugby team's training facility.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona players will make an extra contribution on top of the 70% pay cut they have agreed to take during the enforced La Liga break so that the club's other employees can earn their full salaries during the coronavirus crisis, captain Lionel Messi said.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan defender Gotoku Sakai has tested positive for coronavirus, his club Vissel Kobe confirmed on Monday, becoming the first J.League player to be named as having the virus.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has said its decision to pull out of the 2020 Tokyo Games was unilateral and made without the knowledge of Canada or the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
OLYMPIC Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Datuk Seri Norza Zakaria together with all other National Olympic Committee (NOC) chiefs had a teleconference with International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach on Friday following the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to 2021. Several burning questions were addressed. StarSport’s RAJES PAUL spoke to Norza on what transpired, the assurances given and plans moving forward for athletes and officials.