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New PSL season to kick off next month

The new Premier Soccer League season will start next month with the pre-season to be a short one, after the 2019/2020 season only ended this month because of the coronavirus pandemic. While the domestic season traditionally concludes in May, the previous one ended five months later than usual after all sports were suspended because of 

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Bale receives hero’s welcome from Spurs fans

Gareth Bale arrived at Tottenham Hotspur’s training ground in London on Friday ahead of completing his imminent return to the club. The Wales international, who landed at Luton Airport earlier on Friday, is expected to be unveiled later on Friday. Bale and his Real Madrid team mate Sergio Reguilon were on a private jet which 

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Osaka withdraws from French Open with hamstring injury

Japan’s Naomi Osaka has withdrawn from the upcoming French Open with a hamstring injury, she said on Thursday. The 22-year-old had her left hamstring taped when she battled back against Victoria Azarenka in the US Open final in New York on Saturday to win her third Grand Slam title. “Unfortunately, I won’t be able to 

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Westwood says feedback on safety convinced him to play in US Open

Former world number one Lee Westwood said that he was reluctant to travel anywhere for tournaments amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but speaking to his fellow professionals eased his concerns about playing in the US Open. The Englishman, who has 25 European Tour wins and two PGA Tour victories, had previously said he was slightly asthmatic 

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We’re lucky to have Osaka as a leader, says King

Women’s tennis is very fortunate to have US Open champion Naomi Osaka as its new figurehead, according to one of the sport’s greatest trailblazers Billie Jean King. Not only did the 22-year-old Japanese player win a second title at Flushing Meadows last week, she also became a champion for equality, taking a lead in highlighting 

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Rugby administrator Monde Tabata dies

The news of the death of the rugby administrator, Monde Tabata, has been received with shock and sadness in the circles of Eastern Province rugby. The Eastern Cape-born Tabata (60) made his mark in rugby in the province from student days and served as an administrator in the union for a period of time. SA 

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