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MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuters) - Australian Open organisers are monitoring the deteriorating air quality in Melbourne and said matches could be suspended if conditions become hazardous amid the bushfire crisis.
KUALA LUMPUR: It’s certainly not easy being Chan Peng Soon, having to juggle between his family and badminton career.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Tennis world number two Novak Djokovic said he is concerned that smoke might cause some problems at the Australian Open later this month as bushfires continued to blaze across large sections of the southeast on Sunday.
PETALING JAYA: The sight of Sato Shintaro proudly holding up a winner’s cheque of Japanese Yen 103,400,000 (RM4mil) for winning the Japan Keirin Grand Prix race in the last weekend of 2019 created a big buzz in the international cycling fraternity.
LONDON (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi-based consortium East Street Investments has completed the takeover of Charlton Athletic, the second-tier English soccer club announced on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: After 25 years in the business, diver Leong Mun Yee is ready to face what may be the biggest challenge of her sporting career – to be the first Malaysian athlete to compete in five Olympics.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia coach Justin Langer found himself in the unusual position of hoping for rain ahead of the third test against New Zealand this week as the bushfires continued to rage around the country.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Travis Head says he is confident match officials would not put the health of players at risk if hazardous bushfire smoke impacted the third test against New Zealand in Sydney this week.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 organisers will take "emergency countermeasures" after asbestos was found at the water polo venue for next year's Games after initially opting against treating it when it was discovered two years ago, Asahi newspaper reported on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's cricket board will look to finalise a "sustainability strategy" in 2020 amid concerns that extreme heat brought by climate change is risking players' safety and could lead to major disruptions to summer playing schedules.