World Sports News
By Reuters Staff | The NFL fined the Tennessee Titans $350,000 after an investigation into what led to a COVID-19 outbreak within the organization, the league announced on Sunday.
By Reuters Staff | France’s Ugo Humbert saved four match points against Briton Dan Evans in the European Open semi-final as he came from behind to win 4-6 7-6(7) 6-4 on Saturday, setting up a title clash with eighth seed Alex de Minaur.
By USA Today | For the first time in more than half a century, England’s top division is without an unbeaten team after six rounds of games.
By Reuters Staff | The NBA, which was the first pro league to suspend play amid the COVID-19 pandemic, made $1.5 billion less than it projected last season due to the pandemic and other factors, according to an Associated Press report.
By Reuters Staff | Tiger Woods’ bid for a record-setting 83rd PGA Tour victory will have to wait despite a solid round on Friday, after he finished 12 strokes off the lead and tied for 66th at the halfway point of the Zozo Championship.
Singapore Sports News
By Narendaren Karnageran | Ikhsan Fandi is well on course to reach his personal target for the season, after bagging his first double for new club FK Jerv in their 4-2 win over Oygarden last Saturday.
By Quah Ting Wen | It's amazing to be back in a team after nine months and I feel like I am swimming for an entity greater than myself
By Tan Thean Loon | When the handicaps were released on Monday, it looked like Singapore's two exciting finds, Inferno and Mr Malek, stood out in Sunday's $400,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup.
By AFP News | Alex Albon has two races in which to demonstrate he deserves to stay at Red Bull next year, team boss Christian Horner said on Saturday. Speaking ahead of qualifying at the Portuguese Grand Prix, Horner said the team wants the London-born Thai driver to prove they have no need to seek a replacement for 2021.
By AFP News | Nathan Chen captured his fourth consecutive ISU Skate America title on Saturday, easily beating a depleted field in Las Vegas that was limited to United States-based athletes because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia Sports News
By Andrew Mc Murtry | He’s one of the toughest most reclusive stars in the AFL, but in a moment of pure jubilation Dustin Martin let his guard down.
By Nic Savage | Things got heated when Kelli Underwood fired back at Waleed Aly’s comments on the historic AFL Grand Final under lights.
By Mike Hytner | Melbourne won it in the first half; Penrith ensured there was a period of squeaky bum time for the Storm as time ran out, but ultimately, Cam Smith’s team held on and were NRL premiers once again.
Sydney Morning Herald | Dutchman Wilco Kelderman took over as leader of the Giro d'Italia as the fearsome Stelvio climb blew the race apart during a brutal and mesmerising stage 18 battle on Thursday, won by Australian Jai Hindley.
By Sarah Keoghan | Broncos NRLW captain Ali Brigginshaw has slammed the Roosters camp over a "dirty" social media post, allegedly uploaded by one of their players, which stated the Maroons skipper was undeserving of her Dally M medal.