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PETALING JAYA: The year is about to wind down and Wendy Ng can’t wait for the new season to start.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - No sooner had Novak Djokovic claimed his 17th Grand Slam trophy by triumphing at the Australian Open for the eighth time on Sunday, the Serb was already setting himself a deadline to claim the record of major titles.
THE local golf industry looks set to make an interesting start to 2020 when an inaugural expo will be held in Selangor in the first quarter of next year. And it will embrace more than one sector.
(Reuters) - Nike Inc [NKE.N] shut down its Nike Oregon Project training group on Thursday, following the recent four-year ban of founder and coach Alberto Salazar by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA).
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Sonny Bill Williams is to start what could be his final Super Rugby game after missing much of the season through injury when the Auckland Blues travel to Wellington to meet the Hurricanes on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The bid to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League reaches its climax this week with Inter Milan, Paris St Germain and Liverpool among seven clubs sweating on taking the remaining four places for the last 16.
(Reuters) - Globe-trotting Patrick Reed dismissed any suggestion of jet-lag after joining fellow American Patrick Cantlay in the first-round lead at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas on Thursday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Japan midfielder Keisuke Honda is itching to kick off his Australian adventure with Melbourne Victory on Saturday after a long wait through the A-League's "weird" and "unique" pre-season.
VOLGOGRAD, Russia (Reuters) - The jeers that rained down on Japan during their 1-0 defeat by Poland in Volgograd may suggest otherwise, but the Samurai Blue's unedifying decision to wind down the clock and forgo the push for an equaliser had 'fair play' at its heart.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — This is one of the world’s great cities, a magical mix of colors and canals that sparkle, especially in June, when the sun does not dip behind the Baltic Sea until around midnight. Visitors and residents wander the streets and embankments through the small hours of what is night during the rest of the year but these days is just a brief dawn.