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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The boss of Australia's Channel Seven said on Friday the broadcaster may terminate its contract with Cricket Australia (CA) over its handling of the summer schedule, according to comments published in The Daily Telegraph.
(Reuters) - Only a few months ago Austrian world number three Dominic Thiem was among the firm favourites to win the U.S. Open title but less than a week before the start of the Grand Slam in New York the 26-year-old is facing an uphill struggle.
LONDON (Reuters) - Former champion Andy Murray has set himself a low bar at this year's U.S. Open in what will be his first singles appearance at a Grand Slam since the 2019 Australian Open.
(Reuters) - The men's draw at a Grand Slam has seldom had such an overwhelming a favourite in recent times as Novak Djokovic at this year's U.S. Open, with lot more at stake for the world number one than just his 18th major title.
(Reuters) - Rally Germany has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, while the Italian round of the world championship has been moved three weeks earlier to avoid clashing with Formula One's Imola race, organisers said on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A-League champions Sydney FC are within reach of a record-extending fifth title after easing past Perth Glory 2-0 in a rematch of last year's Grand Final decider on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A COVID-19 outbreak has made Melbourne a ghost-town but Western United hope to breathe life into living rooms of locked-down fans when the A-League newcomers start their maiden playoff campaign on Sunday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Western United's fledgling fan-base remains locked down in Melbourne during an outbreak of COVID-19, but the A-League newcomers are on the march after booking their spot in the playoffs of the Australian top flight.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Premier Plate winners Sydney FC remain confident they can win their fifth A-League title as the regular season looks ahead to its final match before the playoffs begin next weekend.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The Auckland Blues have sent their players home ahead of a lockdown due to a new outbreak of the novel coronavirus in the region but are hopeful their sold-out final Super Rugby Aotearoa match on Sunday can still go ahead.