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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian golfer Nicholas Fung believes that the chance to be a coach in Dubai is heaven-sent.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Football fans began to arrive on Thursday in the Hungarian capital for Europe's first major match open to fans since the COVID-19 pandemic began, just as much of the continent tightens its social restrictions for a second wave of the virus.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish soccer league's TV advertising revenues for this season are up 20% from the previous season, its director for international development said on Friday, as fans unable to attend live matches watch on TV, boosting audiences worldwide.
KUALA LUMPUR: Being a father during the Covid-19 pandemic has made the task more difficult. Just ask Malaysia’s top doubles star Goh V Shem.
(Reuters) - The men's draw at a Grand Slam has seldom had such an overwhelming a favourite in recent times as Novak Djokovic at this year's U.S. Open, with lot more at stake for the world number one than just his 18th major title.
DAKAR (Reuters) - Growing up in the coastal capital of Dakar, Khadjou Sambe never saw a Black woman surfing the Atlantic swells. As Senegal's first female professional surfer, Sambe is now inspiring the next generation to defy cultural norms and take to the waves.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The second edition of the ATP Cup is still scheduled to go ahead in January and Tennis Australia is considering adding more events alongside it to allow players to prepare for the Australian Open, TA Chief Executive Craig Tiley told Reuters.
(Reuters) - Fabio Quartararo clinched a second consecutive pole position for Petronas Yamaha at the Andalusian Grand Prix in Jerez on Saturday while Repsol Honda confirmed defending champion Marc Marquez would not be risked as he recovers from a broken arm.
(Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp has urged the club's supporters to celebrate at home as the club prepare to lift the Premier League trophy following their clash with Chelsea on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Tiger Woods makes his long-awaited return to competitive golf at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio this week and no golfer will feel the impact of the strange new spectatorless world created by COVID-19 than the 15-time major winner.