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(Reuters) - Canadian Bianca Andreescu's coach Sylvain Bruneau, whose positive test for COVID-19 was among those that ultimately sent more than 70 players into a 14-day quarantine ahead of the Australian Open, said on Friday he was ready to lead his player.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Canada's Bianca Andreescu said on Friday she is healthy and ready to go for the Australian Open after her withdrawal from a WTA tuneup event this week sowed doubt she would be able to put a 15-month injury layoff behind her in Melbourne.
(Reuters) - Canada's Bianca Andreescu has fully recovered from a knee injury that forced her to miss the entire 2020 season and intends to play the Australian Open in January, the 2019 U.S. Open champion has said.
(Reuters) - Canada's Bianca Andreescu has pulled out of the French Open and will take the rest of the season off to focus on her recuperation, the world number seven said on Tuesday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Bianca Andreescu said on Thursday she will not defend her title at the U.S. Open in New York as the COVID-19 pandemic has compromised her ability to reach her highest level of form.
(Reuters) - Former Houston Rockets centre Yao Ming said the resumption of China's top flight basketball league on Saturday following disruption caused by the novel coronavirus had made him both excited and nervous.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka, the world's highest paid sportswoman, says the voices of prominent athletes can be more influential than those of politicians and is determined that hers will be heard on the subject of racial injustice.
PETALING JAYA: Newly-appointed head coach Indra Wijaya of Indonesia has an extra motivation to turn Malaysia’s women’s singles department into a force to be reckoned with.
(Reuters) - Afghanistan wicketkeeper-batsman Shafiqullah Shafaq has been hit with a six-year ban after he accepted four charges of breaching their Anti-Corruption Code, the country's cricket board (ACB) said on Sunday.
(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.