The season will once again begin in Doha with the Ooredoo Qatar Major Premier Padel at the Khalifa Tennis & Squash complex from 26 February - 5 March, before moving to Europe for the Italy Premier Padel Major; taking place at the Foro Italico from 10-16 July.
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Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra continued his tremendous form as he came back from a one-month injury lay-off to clinch the top spot in the Lausanne leg of the Diamond League, his second straight win of the season in the prestigious one-day meeting series, on Friday. The 25-year-old Chopra had skipped three top events due to a muscle strain he sustained while training last month but came back with a bang as he won the Diamond League title here with his fifth-round throw of 87.66m. He began with a foul and then had 83.52m and 85.04m throws. He had another foul in the fourth round before coming up with his winning throw of 87.66m next. His sixth and last throw was 84.15m.
Qatar's conservation efforts come alive at the Al Maha Sanctuary, situated a mere 30 minutes west of Doha. This government-run wildlife reserve is a haven for the Arabian oryx, which was on the brink of extinction in the 1970s.
The governing body of women's tennis announced a new circuit structure on Tuesday with a "pathway to handing out equal prize money" for men and women at combined WTA 1000 and 500 events starting from 2027.
Just over a year ago, the Jordanian national team convincingly beat Kuwait 3-0 to clinch qualification for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup.
Environmental authorities in Brazil fined footballer Neymar a second time on Saturday after their orders to halt an unlicensed construction project at his mansion outside Rio de Janeiro were ignored, officials said.
Environmental authorities in Brazil fined football star Neymar a second time Saturday after their orders to halt an unlicensed construction project at his mansion outside Rio de Janeiro were ignored, officials said. The Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain star was already facing a fine of at least 5 million reais ($1 million) after authorities said they had found "various environmental infractions" Thursday at his luxury property in the resort town of Mangaratiba, where workers were building an artificial lake and beach.
Zharnel Hughes produced the performance of his dreams to break Linford Christie's 30-year-old British record in the 100 metres on Saturday, winning at the New York City Grand Prix in 9.83 seconds.
NEW YORK : Zharnel Hughes produced the performance of his dreams to break Linford Christie's 30-year-old British record in the 100 metres on Saturday, winning at the NYC Grand Prix in 9.83 seconds.