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PETALING JAYA: Ng Eain Yow has been given a quick chance to avenge his recent Egyptian Open defeat to Mohamed El-Shorbagy at the US Open.
PETALING JAYA: Handling poor results as the leader of a football team is never easy.
(Reuters) - Former MotoGP rider Michael Laverty announced on Friday the creation of a new British-backed Moto3 outfit after taking over the assets of the departing Petronas Sepang Racing Team (SRT).
(Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp is not surprised by the fine starts of their Premier League rivals and said on Friday that dropping points was not an option in another fiercely competitive season.
LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Open champion Emma Raducanu on Friday said that re-watching her stunning victory in this month's final felt like watching someone else, adding that her achievement had started to sink in but it was still difficult to fully comprehend.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Michael Hooper will captain his country for a record 60th time when he runs out for the Wallabies against the Springboks in Brisbane on Saturday, and he will do so with the ringing endorsement of his coach in his ears.
(Reuters) - Ange Postecoglou was left to rue a series of missed chances after Celtic slipped to a 4-3 Europa League defeat to Real Betis on Thursday as he became the first Australian to coach in the group stages of a major European club competition.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's official supporters club has told manager Pep Guardiola to stick to coaching after he commented on the thousands of empty seats for their Champions League win over RB Leipzig at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Chelsea defender Reece James had his Champions League winners' medal and Euro 2020 runners-up medal stolen during a robbery at his home this week while he was away playing for the club, the player said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: Former two-time national champion Ng Mee Fen’s biggest disappointment in her badminton career was not fulfilling her full potential.