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WOUNDED by the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the golf industry continues to battle on, albeit with some sectors doing better than others – but all have felt the impact one way or another.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fans barred from English football grounds during the COVID-19 pandemic has had a knock-on effect on replica kit sales, according to figures from an online shopping platform.
FOLLOWING the announcement by the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) earlier this week that competitions could be held again, many components of the local industry expressed relief and said they looked forward to it.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the Washington Redskins for reviewing their team name on Monday, as top retailers continued to pull the NFL franchise's merchandise from shelves.
EIGHT weeks after golf clubs were reopened, following the conronavirus outbreak, things are slowly but surely beginning to take a turn for the better.
(Reuters) - Days after a handful of the world's leading tennis players hugged and high-fived on court in front of packed stands and partied together in carefree fashion some - including world number one Novak Djokovic - were struck down by the COVID-19 virus.
A MONTH and a half or so after golf clubs reopened in the Covid-19 era, TeeUp spoke to Anil “Sanjay” Kumar of VK (Golf) Enterprise on what he thought about the current situation and what the future might hold – with a specific viewpoint from “stand alone” retailers.
THERE is light at the end of the tunnel. More so with some golf clubs reopening this week.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted Olympic qualifying and put the whole Games in doubt but most athletes would be prepared to make big compromises to compete at Tokyo, Australia's field hockey gold medallist Jamie Dwyer has told Reuters.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The National Basketball Association (NBA) is pressing ahead with a exhibition game Thursday evening in Shanghai, despite backlash against the league from China after a Houston Rockets executive's tweet supporting Hong Kong protests.