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(Reuters) - Former France international Thierry Henry said on Friday he will be disabling his social media accounts to protest against the platforms for not taking action over anonymous account holders who are guilty of racism and bullying online.
PETALING JAYA: It’s high time that the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) take a serious view of players physically or verbally abusing match officials with two such incidents taking place in the Malaysian League.
(Reuters) - One of the abiding memories of 2020 was Dominic Thiem's tortuous progress towards his first Grand Slam title in a nerve-jangling U.S. Open final against Alexander Zverev.
(Reuters) - Mark Allen has said Ronnie O'Sullivan tries to "bully people" after the world champion accused him of gamesmanship in the final frame of Thursday's Champion of Champions quarter-final.
(Reuters) - Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield has said he is open to facing one-time rival Mike Tyson in a trilogy fight for charity on the condition that Tyson asks for the bout to be set up.
TOKYO (Reuters) - For all of South Africa's physical dominance of Japan in their Rugby World Cup quarter-final on Sunday, the Springboks are aware that they were lucky to get away with a 26-3 win after they squandered several point-scoring opportunities.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Before a humbling defeat to Ireland on Sunday, Gregor Townsend was statistically Scotland's most successful national rugby coach.
KOBE (Reuters) - Scotland are determined to make up for the meek, lifeless display that allowed Ireland to bully them from start to finish in their World Cup opener but despite a brutally honest review of their performance they still do not know what went wrong.
LONDON (Reuters) - It has been a long wait but the most captivating modern rivalry in men's tennis returns to the scene of its most dramatic episode on Friday when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet for a place in the Wimbledon final.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - South African forwards see their Australian counterparts in Super Rugby as "soft" and ripe for physical intimidation, Queensland Reds prop JP Smith said on Monday.