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MILAN (Reuters) - European soccer clubs could lose an estimated 5.2-6.3 billion euros (4.72-5.73 billion pounds) in revenues due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, European Club Association Chairman Andrea Agnelli said on Thursday.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian Open will only go ahead in January if agreement can be reached with local authorities to allow players to practice while they undergo quarantine in Melbourne, tournament director Craig Tiley said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ten years after climbing out of the second tier of English rugby, Exeter are one win away from being crowned the best team in Europe, and all the stars seem to be aligning for them ahead of Saturday's Champions Cup final against Racing 92.
(Reuters) - Winter Olympic athletes are facing enormous challenges ahead of the 2022 Beijing Games, former Olympic Alpine skiing downhill champion Lindsey Vonn told Reuters, as the COVID-19 pandemic has upended "normalcy" across the globe.
(Reuters) - Wasps' preparations for the English Premiership final suffered a setback after seven members of the club's playing staff returned positive tests for COVID-19 on Wednesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Napoli have been handed a 3-0 defeat and had one point deducted for failing to play their Serie A match away to Juventus which was abandoned earlier this month amid confusion over Italian soccer's COVID-19 rules.
MILAN (Reuters) - Serie A champions Juventus have sent their squad into isolation after midfielder Weston McKennie tested positive for COVID-19, the Turin club said in a statement on Wednesday.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Former Czech football Antonin Panenka, famous for a cheeky winning penalty in the 1976 European Championship final which made his name part of football terminology, has been discharged from hospital, one week after being taken into intensive care.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's national short course swimming championships scheduled for next week have been abandoned because of COVID-19 restrictions and replaced with virtual 'championships' instead, Swimming Australia said on Wednesday.