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BERN (Reuters) - The novel coronavirus pandemic is likely to cost Europe's top-flight football clubs around 4 billion euros (3.59 billion pounds) in lost revenue, a study published by the association which represents them said on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - An Italian court has backed a petition filed by Italy's top flight soccer league Serie A in a legal row with its broadcast rights holder SKY over the non-payment of an instalment during the COVID-19 pandemic, two sources said on Wednesday.
GAZA (Reuters) - Young Palestinian soccer players, all amputees and many on crutches, were back on the field in Gaza on Tuesday for the first time since coronavirus restrictions were eased in the territory.
LONDON (Reuters) - The women's British Open will go ahead without fans in August at Royal Troon, the R&A said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Reduction in stadium capacities, improved ventilation systems and mobile payment for tickets and drinks are some of the measures football clubs may have to implement while designing stadiums in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - The PGA Tour said on Monday next week's Memorial Tournament in Dublin Ohio, which was supposed to be the first since the circuit's return from a three-month COVID-19 hiatus to include spectators, will instead be held without fans.
PETALING JAYA: Mixed doubles ace Chan Peng Soon (pic), who suffered a huge scare with facial paralysis last year, has changed his last name in the hope that he will be blessed with better health.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - French Open organisers are taking every precaution to ensure the Grand Slam does not meet the same fate as Novak Djokovic's Adria Tour, which was abandoned after several players tested positive for COVID-19, tournament director Guy Forget has told Reuters.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Participants in major upcoming sports events in England will be exempt from travel quarantine rules, Britain's Culture Secretary has said.
(Reuters) - The top three finishers in Sunday's season-opening Austrian Formula One Grand Prix will have towels and water delivered to them by remote-controlled trolley before they can get their hands on any champagne.