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(Reuters) - World number two Simona Halep tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is recovering well from her mild symptoms.
(Reuters) - Concerns over social distancing measures prompted police and public health officials to temporarily halt proceedings in the opening half of the Shute Shield final between Gordon and Eastwood in Sydney on Saturday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium have been forced to move their three soccer internationals in November from Brussels’ King Baudouin Stadium to nearby Leuven because of COVID-19 restrictions.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Laurie Hernandez is determined not be defined by the mental abuse she suffered under her former coach and having relocated from New Jersey to California, the American gymnast is hoping the fresh start will allow her to win more Olympic medals.
(Reuters) - Australian batsman Steve Smith has ruled out participating in the country's domestic Twenty20 Big Bash League this season, saying that continuing to play in bio-secure bubbles amid the COVID-19 pandemic will take a toll on his mental health.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia coach Justin Langer believes managing the mental health of his bubble-weary players will be one of his key responsibilities during the upcoming home series against India, the 49-year-old said on Friday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - One-test Australia prop Dan Palmer has become the first Wallabies player to come out as gay, writing in a newspaper column on Friday of mental health issues and drug problems while coming to terms with his sexuality.
PETALING JAYA: The incident of three Indian shuttlers being isolated in Germany due to contact with a positive Covid-19 case is a timely reminder for Malaysian shuttlers to stay put at the training centre.
PETALING JAYA: Three Indian shuttlers Lakshya Sen, Ajay Jayaram and Subhankar Dey have withdrawn from the SaarLorLux Open in Germany and have been put in isolation after they had a contact with a positive Covid-19 case.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The German Football League (DFL) on Wednesday said it regretted a government decision to ban spectators from football stadiums from next week as part of new measures to curb a rise in COVID-19 infections across the country.