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LONDON (Reuters) - Millions of Roger Federer fans around the world might be salivating at the prospect of owning some mementos of the Swiss great's incredible career after he announced he is auctioning off a collection of personal items this summer.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Australia's Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson and Andrew Tye have cut short their Indian Premier League (IPL) season and headed home as India struggles with a massive surge in COVID-19 cases.
(Reuters) - Atalanta thrashed 10-man Bologna 5-0 in Bergamo on Sunday to move into second place in Serie A and extend their unbeaten league run to seven games.
PETALING JAYA: Great captains aren’t interested in personal glory, they always put the team first. And Terengganu skipper Carli De Murga has inspired those around him in their Super League matches thus far.
ROME (Reuters) - As the dust settles following the collapse of the European Super League project, the focus has started to turn towards what comes next for Juventus and their under-fire chairman Andrea Agnelli.
(Reuters) - The PGA Tour has implemented a lucrative bonus structure this year that will compensate the 10 players judged to drive the most fan and sponsor engagement, regardless of their results on the course, through a pool $40 million.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Athletics Federation (MAF) have allowed reigning SEA Games champion sprinters Mohd Haiqal Hanafi and Khairul Hafiz Jantan to return to Johor to train under former coach Mohd Poad Mohd Kasim.
(Reuters) - Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford said he is amazed by the outrage sparked by the proposed breakaway Super League but rued the fact there was not similar energy direction into the fight against racism in football.
LONDON (Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp defended his club owners as 'great people' and hit back at criticism from former Manchester United captain Gary Neville on Monday as tempers flared over a breakaway European Super League.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - There was an evident anger bristling inside UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin as he tried to deal with the aftermath of Sunday's shock breakaway Super League split by 12 of Europe's top clubs.