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MUMBAI (Reuters) - World TeamTennis organisers are keen to share with other sports their experience of hosting a three-week tournament inside a bio-secure 'bubble' amid the COVID-19 pandemic, chief executive Carlos Silva told Reuters.
(Reuters) - The latter stages of this season's Champions League to be played as a mini-tournament in Lisbon could throw up some surprises, according to former Barcelona forward Rivaldo.
The Tokyo International Film Festival (TIFF) will host physical screenings at its 33rd edition, which is on schedule to be held Oct 31-Nov 9
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Canterbury Crusaders have welcomed back All Blacks Joe Moody and Braydon Ennor for Sunday's Super Rugby Aotearoa clash with the Otago Highlanders in Christchurch, where victory will secure them the inaugural title.
The 16-year-old has recorded three singles with Los Angeles-based producers Marc E. Williams and Christopher Roberts.
TAICHUNG, Taiwan (Reuters) - Standing amid rows of metal-bound barrels in a vineyard, Chen Chien-hao holds up a glass of wine to scrutinise its golden hue.
LONDON (Reuters) - Dutch driver Beitske Visser won the inaugural all-female W series esports championship with a round to spare on Thursday.
NICOSIA, Aug. 6 (Xinhua) -- Estia plan, a special government scheme drawn up by Cyprus' Ministry of Finance and approved by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Competition, did not meet the expectations that it would help considerably reduce non-performing loans, the most serious legacy of the 2013 economic crisis that forced the eastern Mediterranean island into a bailout, Cyprus News Agency reported on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Athletes testing positive for recreational drugs out-of-competition will be banned by the World Anti-Doping Authority (WADA) for 1-3 months instead of two years when the policy is changed next year, officials said on Thursday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Serie A is sometimes seen as the fallen giant of Europe's top soccer leagues, based in a country where a stifling bureaucracy has prevented its clubs from competing on level terms with rivals from England, Spain and Germany.