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  • Berlin Tennis Exhibition Matches Announced

    Berlin Tennis Exhibition Matches Announced

    It has been announced that a high quality field of men and women will take part in a series of exhibition matches in Berlin in July

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  • Federer Tops Forbes' Rich List

    Federer Tops Forbes' Rich List

    He may be approaching the twilight of his career, but Roger Federer’s earning power shows no signs of slowing down and he has just become world number One, although not for te...

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  • International Cricket Looks Set to Make July Return

    International Cricket Looks Set to Make July Return

    The sport was effectively suspended in March because of the coronavirus with the South Africa ODI tour of India and Englands tour of Sri Lanka abandoned at the same time.Howev...

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  • Leaked Email! Cricket Australia Wants T20 World Cup Postponed

    Leaked Email! Cricket Australia Wants T20 World Cup Postponed

    Cricket Australia (CA) wants this year’s T20 World Cup to be postponed with a leaked email from the organisation’s chairman revealing the financial concerns.

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  • Bayern Boss Wary of Plucky Fortuna 'Surprise'

    Bayern Boss Wary of Plucky Fortuna 'Surprise'

    Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick has urged focus from his side as they look to solidify top spot in the German Bundesliga title race at home to Fortuna Dusseldorf on Saturday night.

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  • Serie A Returns but with a Twist in the Tale

    Serie A Returns but with a Twist in the Tale

    Serie A has become the latest European football league to announce its return, with the countrys Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafore confirming that the football season can resume on June 20th.

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  • Russian Football Ready to Buck the Trend on Fans

    Russian Football Ready to Buck the Trend on Fans

    Russia has decided to back the trend and allow fans back into stadiums when their Premier League season starts again next month, albeit on a limited basis, That is despite the country having the third highest number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus nearly 380,000 after the USA and Brazil.

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  • Five Must-See Football Matches This Weekend

    Five Must-See Football Matches This Weekend

    The German Bundesliga continues but the competition around Europe in Austria, Croatia, Denmark, Israel and Serbia all restart this weekend to offer up an exciting few days of ...

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  • So The Circus Continues

    So The Circus Continues

    The circus is back.

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  • Tiny cricket

    The History of One Day Internationals

    One Day Internationals (ODIs) are a form of cricket matches which developed in the 1970s to allow a match to be completed in a shorter amount of time than the five days required for a test match.

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