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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Women's Tennis Association (WTA) chief Steve Simon has said a merger with the men's ATP "makes all the sense in the world" but that it would not take the form of "an acquisition".
(Reuters) - Rory McIlroy will team up with Dustin Johnson to take on American duo Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff in a $3 million charity skins match on May 17 as televised golf returns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the PGA Tour said https://www.pgatour.com/news/2020/05/04/rory-mcilroy-dustin-johnson-rickie-fowler-matthew-wolff-taylormade-driving-relief-live-golf-covid-19-coronavirus-relief-efforts.html on Monday.
(Reuters) - British World War Two veteran Captain Tom Moore, who has raised millions for the country's National Health Service (NHS), was made an honorary member of the England cricket team as he celebrated his 100th birthday on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Goh Liu Ying won the silver medal with Chan Peng Soon in the Rio Olympics, and the pair could be back for more in the next Olympiad but Liu Ying is already looking past Tokyo.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's commercial rights holder Liberty Media boosted the sport's liquidity on Thursday and said some teams had received advance payments to help them through the COVID-19 crisis.
(Reuters) - Karate Combat, a league devoted to showcasing the ancient martial art, said it is hoping to take advantage of the stalled sports calendar to premiere its prerecorded second season, which blends real fighting with video game settings.
(Reuters) - Evergrande Group has begun work on what will be the world's largest purpose-built soccer stadium, with a capacity of 100,000 seats, in the southern city of Guangzhou, the Chinese real estate company has said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sport has to return as soon as possible for the sake of society as the world battles COVID-19 and going behind closed doors is the immediate way forward, Formula E series founder Alejandro Agag said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - There is no football on television and Britain remains in lockdown but the sun keeps shining and backyards have become the testing ground for frustrated amateurs to sharpen their skills.
(Reuters) - Major League Soccer (MLS) must remove caps on salaries if it is to fulfil its potential and compete with Europe's top leagues, former England captain Wayne Rooney has said.