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PARIS (Reuters) - Paris might be renowned for its fine restaurants but the food at the French Open was not to Laura Siegemund's taste during her fourth-round match against Spain's Paula Badosa on Monday.
(Reuters) - Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola accused soccer authorities of not caring enough about player welfare as his team faces a busy schedule amid the COVID-19 pandemic without several senior players due to injury and illness.
LISBON (Reuters) - Benfica coach Jorge Jesus is baffled by the Portuguese government's refusal to allow any spectators to watch football matches in the country, he said on Friday.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Monday hit out at fans who sing and cheer at soccer matches, saying they were frustrating the fight against the coronavirus amid a surge in infections.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish soccer league's TV advertising revenues for this season are up 20% from the previous season, its director for international development said on Friday, as fans unable to attend live matches watch on TV, boosting audiences worldwide.
THERE’S no place like home, but if you are a footballer with big dreams, home is not the place you want to be.
PARIS (Reuters) - Police in Paris clashed briefly with crowds outside the Paris St Germain soccer stadium as the Champions' League final against Bayern Munich got underway on Sunday, while people were turfed out of some bars for not respecting social distancing rules.
LISBON (Reuters) - The biggest game in club football takes place in the Portuguese capital on Sunday but walking around the cobbled streets of the city you could be forgiven for being oblivious to the impending Champions League final.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese couple Rikiya and Ayumi Kataoka had their honeymoon wrecked by the coronavirus pandemic, but their resourcefulness in enforced exile in Cape Verde has won them appointments as ambassadors for its Olympic team.