The British government postponed plans for the controlled return of fans into sports stadiums as part of new restrictions announced on Tuesday to tackle a second wave of COVID-19.
British government postpones return of fans to stadiums
Rafael Nadal remains "number one favorite" for Roland Garros, rival Novak Djokovic said, despite saying the Spaniard's last-eight exit at the Italian Open showed he can be beaten on clay.
Nadal 'number one' French Open favorite, says Djokovic
Andrea Pirlo got his coaching career off to a winning start as Juventus launched its bid for a 10th consecutive league title with a 3-0 win over Sampdoria on Sunday.
Pirlo off to dream start as Juve opens bid for 10th straight title
The Tour de France drew to a low-key close as riders in the world’s greatest cycling race paraded before a sparse Champs Elysees finish-line crowd depleted by social distancing.
Tour de France winds down with socially-distanced finale
A consulting firm hired by Tokyo's Olympic bid committee paid some $370,000 to the son of an International Olympic Committee (IOC) member before and after Japan was picked to host the Games, reports said Monday.
Tokyo Olympics consulting firm paid $370,000 to former IOC official's son: Media
Anthony Davis' buzzer-beating three-pointer saw the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Denver Nuggets 105-103 to go 2-0 up in the NBA Western Conference Finals.
Lakers double Western Conference Finals lead over Nuggets
Rafa Nadal refused to make excuses for his shock defeat by Diego Schwartzman in the quarterfinals of the Italian Open, insisting that his focus is now on fine-tuning his game ahead of the French Open which begins September 27.
Nadal not interested in excuses after Rome exit

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