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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Perth may not be able to hold an Ashes test over Australia's home summer due to COVID-19 restrictions, sports minister Richard Colbeck said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The England and Wales Cricket Board expects the uncertainty over the team's Ashes tour due to Australia's stringent COVID-19 quarantine measures to continue till the last moment, chairman Ian Watmore has said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Victoria and New South Wales (NSW) have given up on playing other state rivals in Australia's Sheffield Shield before Christmas after being barred from travelling due to COVID-19 restrictions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - England have committed to touring Australia for the Ashes after players' concerns over COVID-19 conditions were resolved at a meeting between the countries' cricket boards and England captain Joe Root on Tuesday, British media reported.
(Reuters) -The England cricket team will tour Australia for their five-test Ashes series beginning in December subject to several critical conditions being met before they travel, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's hopes of rebooting its golf tour remain thwarted by COVID-19 and its premier event may be a casualty of the pandemic for a second year running, Golf Australia boss James Sutherland told Reuters.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennis players planning to compete in the Australian Open at Melbourne Park should get vaccinated for COVID-19 to give themselves the best chance of playing the Grand Slam, an Australian government official has said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Having had his livelihood taken away and two peak playing years wiped out by COVID-19, Australian golfer Matt Griffin is eager to rejoin the professional ranks but also anxious his game may never return to its pre-pandemic highs.
(Reuters) - Australia coach Graham Arnold has called on the New South Wales government to let fans attend their 2022 World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia in Sydney next month.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia has cancelled its men's and women's Open tournaments in a hammer blow for the struggling domestic game as COVID-19 and travel restrictions continue to bite.