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(Reuters) - World number eight Casper Ruud withdrew from the Australian Open on Tuesday, just hours before his first match at the year's opening Grand Slam, after sustaining an ankle injury in practice.
PETALING JAYA: National shuttler Ng Tze Yong admits he must do better when it comes to maintaining focus during a match.
PETALING JAYA: National singles coaching director Wong Choong Hann is hoping to have the services of promising women’s singles shuttler K. Letshanaa for the Asia Team Championships in Shah Alam next month.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A Grand Slam accustomed to the iron rule of Novak Djokovic will emerge blinking into a brave new world on Monday as rivals jostle to fill the power vacuum left by the departed Serbian superstar at the Australian Open.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one Ash Barty will once again bear the brunt of her nation's hopes for a home champion at the Australian Open, promising only she will give her "best crack" at ending the 44-year drought.
(Reuters) - Bernard Tomic, who felt he was suffering from COVID-19 symptoms during his Australian Open qualifying loss on Tuesday, said he had indeed tested positive for the virus on Thursday.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Liverpool were frustrated by 10-man Arsenal in a 0-0 League Cup semi-final first leg on Thursday at Anfield where the visitors defended superbly after Granit Xhaka's early sending off.
PETALING JAYA: Promising men’s singles star Ng Tze Yong and Co marched into the quarter-finals of the Indian Open on a day when the tournament was reduced further in strength following more withdrawals due to Covid-19 cases.