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PETALING JAYA: Times are changing and eSport have never had it so good. With mainstream sports around the world on hold due to Covid-19, people are turning to gaming to fill their time during the movement control order (MCO).
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia spinner Nathan Lyon says Tim Paine has been "absolutely incredible" since taking over as test captain during turbulent times and expects the wicketkeeper to continue in the role for the foreseeable future.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - England all-rounder Ben Stokes was named the 'Leading Cricketer in the World' in the 2020 edition of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack, the publication said on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA: Since the announcement of his omission from the national shooting team, rifle shooter Mohd Ezuan Nasir Khan has felt nothing but disappointment.
(Reuters) - England's Jofra Archer is likely to miss the Indian Premier League (IPL) as national team coach Chris Silverwood wants the fast bowler to play cricket with Sussex to get up to speed before the home test series against West Indies in June.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Sun Yang's coach Denis Cotterell has cut ties with the Chinese Olympic champion following the swimmer's eight-year ban for doping, Australian media reported on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A goal from substitute Alexandre Lacazette earned Arsenal a hard-fought 1-0 win over a wasteful West Ham United side at the Emirates on Saturday, extending the Gunners’ unbeaten Premier League run to eight matches and boosting their top-four hopes.
THE Bandar Malaysia Open, back after five years, was thrown into uncertainty as bad weather hit the course for a second straight day, leaving 77 of the 156-strong field unable to finish their second rounds, but not before American Trevor Simsby posted an eight-under 64.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) criticised Chinese swimmer Sun Yang for showing "no regret" for his actions during an aborted doping test that resulted in an eight-year ban for the Olympic champion.