Qatar’s Abdulla al-Tamimi had a brilliant run in PSA Men’s World Squash Championship at home in Doha in November last year.
Former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson feels that India were probably the best equipped team to have played a Test series in New Zealand in recent years even though they ended up losing 2-0. India were completely outplayed by the Kiwis, losing the first Test by 10 wickets and the second by seven.
A player from A-League side Newcastle Jets yesterday became Australia’s first professional footballer to test positive for coronavirus.
Shortening a race weekend to two days and running the Formula One season into January next year are among the radical solutions being considered to get the sport racing again, according to Ferrari’s Mattia Binotto.
The Premier League is ready to accept the inevitable over the coronavirus pandemic and tell its players to take a break from training as doubts increase over the likelihood of restarting the season in a month’s time.
As the rest of Europe shuts up shop to combat the new coronavirus, Belarus remains resolutely open for business. Restaurants in the former Soviet Republic continue to serve food, and the country’s football league plays on.
Journeyman footballer Toni Dovale put his football boots to one side and slipped into a pharmacist’s white coat in the front line struggle against coronavirus in Spain.
Qatar emerged as a dominant force on the Asian football scene in 2019, the year they won their maiden Asian Cup. Thanks to impressive results at the continental championship and in FIFA World Cup qualifiers, as well as their participation in the Copa America
‘...next year, I think the Games will provide for a unique and amazing celebration of humanity and triumph’
Athletes who had already qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics before they were postponed will keep their places when the showpiece takes place in 2021, sources told AFP on Thursday.
The Premier League leaders were on the verge of their first top-flight title for 30 years when English football was suspended earlier this month
Tennis world number one Novak Djokovic pledged one million euros ($1.10 million) to help buy ventilators and other medical equipment in his native Serbia yesterday, joining a list of other athletes in the fight against coronavirus.