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PETALING JAYA: It took nearly 18 months for England’s top men’s singles shuttler Toby Penty to overcome his loss. No, not a defeat on court but his permanent hair loss.
LONDON (Reuters) - Some countries are again allowing non-contact sports like tennis, as long as players and venues stick to strict guidelines aimed at minimizing health risks.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The World Anti-Doping Agency says the COVID-19 pandemic may have harmed the fight for clean sport and that "additional targeted testing" was being planned to eliminate gaps as competition resumes.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - National Rugby League plans to have limited crowds at matches by the start of July was described as "absurd" and "dangerous" by the head of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) on Tuesday.
ROME (Reuters) - Plans to play some Serie A matches at 16:30 local time in the Italian summer have sparked opposition, with the captain of one team describing the idea as scandalous.
(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.
TROY Deeney asks a very reasonable question: why is he not allowed to get a haircut but he is allowed to go back to training and in a few weeks play full contact football?
(Reuters) - Europe's top two club basketball competitions have been terminated this season without naming any winners due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organisers EuroLeague Basketball said on Monday.
(Reuters) - The Premier League's integrity could be affected if players worried about their health amid the COVID-19 pandemic choose to miss matches, according to Watford midfielder Tom Cleverley.