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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Having been locked down in hard quarantine, Jennifer Brady gave herself little chance of making an impression at the Australian Open before the tournament, but on Wednesday the American found herself within reach of a maiden Grand Slam final.
MST Golf have been appointed TaylorMade Golf’s distributors for Indonesia. This development comes in addition to the retail chain presently holding the brand’s exclusive distribution rights in Malaysia and Singapore.
MIZUNO Golf have announced the arrival of the next generation of their ST Series of metal woods.
PETALING JAYA: A new sports blueprint known as the “National Sports Vision 2030” is set to be launched by Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican (pic) by the first quarter of this year.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's swimmers are battling against the current heading into the delayed Tokyo Olympics but world record holder Adam Peaty will make light of choppy waters to retain his 100m breaststroke title, according to his predecessor Duncan Goodhew.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has left many unions struggling to stay afloat but while it is difficult for some to even consider hosting a Rugby World Cup the financial benefits that come with staging it means there is no lack of interest, World Rugby's Chief Operating Officer Alan Gilpin told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - The head of the Six Nations is confident the competition will go ahead as planned, despite French restrictions on travel, and said that in case of problems, options for rescheduled matches are in place.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani has said all Premier League clubs need to come together to defend the competition from the threat of a breakaway European Super League.
(Reuters) - Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has called for a reduction in the number of clubs in the Premier League and English Football League to improve the quality of competition amid talk of a breakaway European Super League.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one Novak Djokovic on Wednesday hit back at criticism of his letter to Australian Open chief Craig Tiley in which he suggested easing of quarantine restrictions, saying his good intentions were "misconstrued".