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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Broadcasters have not been getting "bang for their buck" from Australian soccer in recent years and creative solutions are urgently needed to revitalise the game, former Socceroos defender Craig Moore has told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Singer-songwriter Luis Fonsi, who broke all-time streaming records with his 2017 hit 'Despacito' (slowly), is joining the Formula One fast stream for a virtual Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday.
(Reuters) - Ferrari Formula One driver Charles Leclerc has gained a special subscriber to his Twitch streaming channel after his girlfriend found herself locked out of his Monaco apartment while he was racing online at the weekend.
MUNICH (Reuters) - Germany's Bundesliga will attract legions of new armchair fans around the world this weekend when it becomes the first of Europe's major soccer leagues to resume after a two-month shutdown due to the coronavirus.
LONDON (Reuters) - The all-female W Series is launching an Esports League for women drivers only in the absence of any on-track action due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Germany's Dustin Brown said returning to competitive action at the Tennis Point Exhibition Series in Germany this week amidst the coronavirus pandemic was a surreal experience.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former world number one Adam Scott put a rustic country golf course on the map on Friday after live-streaming a nine-hole round in the Sunshine Coast hinterland in Australia's northeastern state of Queensland.
LONDON (Reuters) - England test cricketer Stuart Broad will race his World Cup winning team mate Ben Stokes and a handful of Formula One drivers in the fourth of a series of virtual grands prix this weekend.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Pacific island nation of Vanuatu is defying the coronavirus-led shutdown of global sport by scheduling their Women's Super League cricket final and streaming it on social media on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Charles Leclerc says he would be happy to have Sebastian Vettel continue as his Ferrari Formula One team mate next season, despite their clashes on track last year.