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PETALING JAYA: Former doubles ace Tan Boon Heong used to leave his fans in awe with his powerful smashes. Now, he is turning out to be a smashing star in sports commentary.
(Reuters) - As boisterous crowds made way for deafening silence at the Australian Open on Saturday, players did not have to do too much adjusting as they abruptly switched back to the "new normal" of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - Nick Kyrgios was warned for bad language and docked a point for unsportsmanlike conduct after the Australian threw his racquet into the stands during Friday's 6-3 6-4 defeat by Borna Coric in the Murray River Open at Melbourne Park.
(Reuters) - Even in these tumultuous and uncertain times across the world some things can always be relied on to stay the same and Novak Djokovic will hope to bolster that theory as he targets a record-extending ninth Australian Open title.
(Reuters) - Britain's Prince William on Sunday called for racist abuse aimed at footballers to stop after Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford became the latest player to be targeted.
(Reuters) - Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero will miss Saturday's Premier League match against Sheffield United as he has yet to be cleared to return following his positive COVID-19 test, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte has been handed a two-match touchline ban for the incident that saw him sent off for dissent during his side's 0-0 draw at Udinese on Saturday, a Serie A disciplinary commission ruled on Tuesday.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s rhythmic gymnastics darling Izzah Amzan may have gone under the knife but she is determined to stay sharp to realise her dream of becoming a Commonwealth Games champion.
(Reuters) - Aston Villa manager Dean Smith said on Friday that he "reluctantly" accepted an FA charge for insulting the match officials during a 2-0 loss to Manchester City earlier this week.
(Reuters) - Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has been charged for allegedly using abusive language towards the referee in Wednesday's 2-0 Premier League defeat by Manchester City, which earned him a red card, English soccer's governing body (FA) said on Thursday.