As Rafael Nadal was described as wavering over defending his US Open title or preparing for an assault on a 13th Roland Garros, Britain’s Andy Murray said Saturday he fears for the safety of top players as tennis emerges from its five-month coronavirus lockdown.
Cycling’s Tour de France should have embarked from the Mediterranean city of Nice this weekend, but the two-month coronavirus delay will heighten the drama on a “unique edition”, race organiser Christian Prudhomme has told AFP.
The 2020 Asean Para Games, to be hosted by the Philippines is cancelled due to concern over the possibility to spread novel coronavirus.
UCBA is looking to recruit five Cambodian-American basketball players.
Iranian forward bested Honda of being ‘Asia’s greatest player’ in the Russian League.
Liverpool will be crowned English champions for the first time in 30 years without kicking a ball if Manchester City fail to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Thursday.
The New York City Marathon, set to take place on November 1, has been canceled due to health and safety concerns, organizers said on Wednesday.
An alleged Irish gangland figure will play no further role in brokering deals for Tyson Fury fights, the British world heavyweight champion’s promoter Bob Arum has said.
Title-chasing Lazio suffered their first Serie A defeat in nine months, falling 3-2 at Atalanta on Wednesday to stay four points behind leaders Juventus after surrendering a two-goal lead.
Frank Lampard said he had “worked hard” to get the Chelsea manager’s job after Raheem Sterling argued there was not a level playing field for black managers in the English game.
Kenya Prach, a Cambodian who became a Muay Thai sensation in Thailand and US.
Burnley chairman pledges to “root out the racists” behind White Lives Matter banner.
The noose found in the garage stall of NASCAR’s only black driver Bubba Wallace was not evidence of a racist hate crime but a rope that had been there for months, US investigators said Tuesday.
World number one Novak Djokovic was widely condemned for hosting a tennis exhibition where he was one of four players to test positive for the coronavirus, a lapse that sent shudders through a sport struggling to get back on its feet.
Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) president Yao Ming called on athletes to have faith in the Olympic spirit and endeavor to leave behind something after competing on the Olympic stage.
Cambodia will soon have facilities for Lethwei training and competitions.
The Cambodia Federation of Rugby (CFR) is returning to action.
Manchester City thrashed Burnley 5-0 at an empty Etihad to ensure Liverpool will not be able to clinch the Premier League title when they face Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Boeung Ket football club will have a new coach at the helm.
There is no fixed schedule yet on when Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng will return to AFC.
Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool cannot force rhythm out of thin air after a frustrating Merseyside derby delayed their Premier League coronation.
NASCAR said Sunday night that a noose was found in the garage stall of black driver Bubba Wallace at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama, and they have launched a probe of the “heinous” act.
Green Bay Packers great Brett Favre says Colin Kaepernick’s decision to put activism ahead of his NFL career echoes Pat Tillman’s decision to walk away from the league to join the US military.
Major League Baseball saw 40 players and staff members test positive for COVID-19 in the past week, USA Today reported on Sunday as talks on how to get a 2020 season underway dragged on.
Japan is dropping its bid for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, the country’s football association said Monday, just days before the sport’s governing body is set to announce its decision on the hosts.
Uzbekistan and Iran are expecting tough matches against Cambodia.
The USA-Cambodia Basketball Association to advance on the international stage.
India marked International Yoga Day with low-key events Sunday as the nation battles coronavirus, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the crisis had made the ancient practice even more relevant.
Memorials honoring George Preston Marshall, the last NFL team owner to resist signing black players, and Calvin Griffith, a baseball club owner who made racist remarks, were removed from US stadiums Friday.
Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is launching his own diversity body to attract more black youngsters into motor racing, insisting the “time for token gestures is over”.