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LONDON (Reuters) - Some countries are again allowing non-contact sports like tennis, as long as players and venues stick to strict guidelines aimed at minimizing health risks.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian tennis great Ashley Cooper, who won four Grand Slam singles titles in the 1950s, died after a long battle with illness on Friday. He was 83.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Three of John Newcombe's countrymen have won more Grand Slam singles titles but any doubts about his standing in Australian tennis are put to rest at the sport's annual awards night.
(Reuters) - The coronavirus pandemic has stalled young Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas's burgeoning career but he remains philosophical about the current tennis shutdown.
(Reuters) - Burton Albion manager Nigel Clough and two members of his backroom staff will step down as part of cost-cutting measures brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the League One (third-tier) club said in a statement https://www.burtonalbionfc.co.uk/news/2020/may/1805-statement on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: Paulus Firman has been a successful mixed doubles coach in Indonesia and he is hoping to emulate the feat in Malaysia.In the latest revamp of the BAM coaching structure on Sunday, the 52-year-old has been tasked to helm the mixed doubles department.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Horse racing will return to Ireland behind closed doors next month with the Irish 2,000 and 1,000 Guineas to be staged at the Curragh on June 12-13.
PETALING JAYA: While the national shuttlers are already counting days to return to training on June 1, Soong Joo Ven and his fellow independent players are unsure when they will be able to step onto the court again.
LONDON (Reuters) - World champion Magnus Carlsen unveiled a series of online chess tournaments with $1 million prize money on Thursday having opted out of a competition held by the game's governing body this month.
PETALING JAYA: Football teams in the M-League can expect further relief aid from FIFA to assist the football community impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. FIFA had announced earlier that they will release all operational funding due to affiliates for the years 2019 and 2020 in a relief plan totalling US$150mil (RM650mil) to the 211 national football governing bodies around the world. Each affiliate will be getting US$500,000 (RM2.16mil) as well as any remaining entitlements.