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(Reuters) - Romanian women's world number two Simona Halep hopes to take part in next month's Palermo Open, the first WTA event to be held after the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, she said on Sunday. "I have not yet made a clear decision ...
Argentines get soccer kicks at social distance with 'human foosball'
By Miguel Lo Bianco PERGAMINO, Argentina (Reuters) - Soccer-mad Argentines in the country's farm belt city of Pergamino have devised a clever way to keep playing while avoiding risk of spreading COVID-19: a human foosball pitch with zones for each ...
Cleveland Indians manager on team's name: 'Time to move forward'
(Reuters) - Cleveland Indians manger Terry Francona said on Sunday he feels the Major League Baseball club should change its contentious moniker, in place now for 105 years. Francona's comments came two days after the Indians, amid a nationwide push ...
Indians' Francona favors nickname change for club
Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona said Sunday that he is in favor of the team changing its name. "I think it's time to move forward," Francona said during a Zoom call on Sunday, two days after the team issued a statement saying that the ...
White Sox, Nats each have two players test positive for virus
Both the Chicago White Sox and Washington Nationals announced Sunday that two players tested positive for the coronavirus. The White Sox said that their two unidentified players are asymptomatic and have been isolated in Chicago. "The health of our ...
Second in Austria feels like a win, says lucky Leclerc
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Ferrari's Charles Leclerc finished runner-up in Austria for the second year running on Sunday but this time it left no bitter taste. "It feels like a victory today," the 22-year-old Ferrari driver told reporters after a ...
Norris goes from shocked to speechless with first podium
By Alan Baldwin (Reuters) - Lando Norris went from shocked to speechless to over the moon at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday as he celebrated a third place for McLaren and his first Formula One podium. The youngest driver in the ...
Albon says collision with Hamilton cost him a potential win
SPIELBERG, Austria (Reuters) - Red Bull's Alex Albon felt robbed of a potential first Formula One win on Sunday after a collision with six-times world champion Lewis Hamilton at the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix. Stewards handed Mercedes driver ...
Freeman among four Braves players to test positive for COVID-19
(Reuters) - Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman was among four players from the Major League Baseball (MLB) outfit to test positive for COVID-19, team manager Brian Snitker said. In a statement ...
Las Vegas Aces say Liz Cambage set to miss 2020 WNBA season
(Reuters) - Australia and Las Vegas Aces centre Liz Cambage is expected to miss the 2020 Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) season, Aces General Manager Dan Padover said in a statement ...