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BuUSAN: The world table tennis team championships due to take place in the South Korean city of Busan were postponed for a second time on Tuesday (April 7) over the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The world's top tennis players will swap rackets for game controllers this month after organisers of the cancelled Madrid Open said they will stage a virtual competition to raise funds for struggling professionals amid the coronavirus shutdown.
HONG KONG (The Straits Times/ANN): The second round of the government's anti-epidemic fund will focus on keeping jobs in sectors most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong's leader pledged on Tuesday (April 7), adding that enforcement of social distancing measures will be stepped up.
Jhonna Porter took a selfie in a surgical mask at West Hills Hospital and Medical Center near Los Angeles and posted it to Facebook, saying supplies were being rationed from a locked cage and asking friends to donate protective gear.
LONDON (Reuters) - England could field two different teams on the same day at separate venues if the COVID-19 pandemic leads to a compressed home season, wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler has said.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min will be exposed to tear gas, undertake live-fire drills and go on a 30km loaded march during three weeks of intense military training in South Korea this month, a Marine Corps official told Reuters on Tuesday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Wimbledon champion Simona Halep is recovering well from a foot injury she suffered in February and is able to run without pain, the former world number one has said.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The franchise-based Global Rapid Rugby (GRR) competition have cancelled their inaugural season after just one round of games due to the COVID-19 outbreak, organisers said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk wants to become a "Liverpool legend" and says there is nothing stopping the Premier League club achieving "incredible things".
KATHMANDU (Xinhua): The Nepali government has lifted a ban on the import of food items from eight countries which have been hit hard by the novel coronavirus, citing reduced risk of transmission of virus from food items, a senior official of Nepal's Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, said.