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(Reuters) - Liverpool's defence of a Premier League crown won at a canter last season has become a nightmare as Juergen Klopp's once-imperious side implodes and sets unwanted club records.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Tennis is the most popular sport among Australian women, a new Nielsen FanLinks survey has revealed ahead of the country's Grand Slam, but lags behind the indigenous football code and cricket in the overall population.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Denmark won their second successive men's world handball championship after an outstanding performance by goalkeeper Niklas Landin helped them to a pulsating 26-24 win over Sweden in the final on Sunday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - India's Rohan Bopanna will emerge from his 14-day quarantine in Melbourne later on Saturday with a spring in his step after his quest for a new doubles partner for next month's Australian Open finally ended.
(Reuters) - Even with Zlatan Ibrahimovic sidelined through injury, AC Milan have maintained their early season form and improved more than any other team in Europe in the last year, according to the Euro Club Index football ranking from Nielsen's Gracenote.
(Reuters) - An 'overwhelmed' Mick Schumacher graduated to Formula One as the 2020 Formula Two champion on Sunday despite failing to score in his last race before joining the U.S.-owned Haas F1 team.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Small numbers of fans will be allowed to return to select Premier League matches this weekend with home clubs hoping some of the advantage that supporters traditionally give them will return.
LONDON, (Reuters) - Eight rounds into a Premier League season is usually a sufficient period for the big guns to start gathering near the top of the table and for the surprise early pace-setters to be on their inevitable slide.
(Reuters) - Primoz Roglic tightened his grip on the overall lead of the Vuelta a Espana as he claimed some precious seconds when finishing runner-up on stage 16 on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating financial impact on rugby around the world but has given the sport a convenient opportunity to once again focus on the perennial challenge of a global calendar, World Rugby head Brett Gosper said on Monday.