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LONDON (Reuters) - Australian showman Nick Kyrgios's said he was playing "unbelievable" tennis before being forced to quit with an abdominal injury after two sets of his third-round Wimbledon clash against Felix Auger-Aliassime on Saturday.
MUNICH: Kevin De Bruyne insisted that injury-hit Belgium “gave everything” in their 2-1 Euro 2020 quarter-final defeat by Italy as the world’s top-ranked team bowed out.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - England defender Harry Maguire will be at the heart of Gareth Southgate's defence in Wednesday's Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark, but he did not know if he would be fit enough to even make the squad after an ankle injury in May.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Olympic organisers have capped the number of spectators allowed into venues, but will offer Japanese students special access under a programme that would let hundreds of thousands of children see the world's best athletes compete.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan is considering barring all but VIP spectators from the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, a newspaper said on Tuesday, another downgrade for the Games that have had their pomp and spectacle tarnished by the novel coronavirus.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa cancelled Tuesday's scheduled announcement of their team for the second test against Georgia as the game hung in the balance while the Springboks awaited COVID-19 test results.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan is considering banning all spectators from the Olympics, several sources told Reuters on Wednesday, with authorities expected to declare a state of emergency for Tokyo to contain coronavirus infections 16 days before the Games begin.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Fiji lock Leone Nakarawa will return to test rugby for the first time since the last World Cup in the first of two tests against New Zealand this weekend.
LONDON: Emotionally charged and emotionally drained, Denmark’s incredible run at the European Championship has come to an end.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Tokyo 2020 Olympics organisers have bowed to political pressure and rising COVID-19 infections and banned almost all fans from the Games just two weeks before they start, after insisting that they could go ahead with spectators.