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The first revamped Club World Cup, featuring 24 teams, is set for June 17 to July 4 2021 in China, effectively ruling out a mid-year Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
"Obviously, we don't need two competitions the same way. Two team competitions is too much," he said.
A dual nomination for the boxers who gave the world the two most interesting fights of the year. The first, in June, was the Briton's US debut and ended with a hiding at Madison Square Garden in New York. The defining image was the Mexican-American stood over him after knocking him down for the fourth and final time. That meant a rematch and a unifcation belt in Saudi Arabia of all places and Joshua won against an ill-prepared Ruiz. The champ had entered the fight still enjoying his titles but both boxers ended the year much further on in their careers (and bank balances) than they started it.
Hubei Province slows down to regulate natural gas supply
The finalists in all categories were determined by voting by a global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters.
ATP Cup tournament director Tom Larner told reporters this week that air conditions would be closely monitored and play suspended if necessary.
Eddie's not having a ball
The Player of the Year, and the winners of seven other male and female categories, will be announced at a ceremony in Egyptian Red Sea resort Hurghada.
Djokovic makes his tournament debut in Brisbane for Serbia on day two, as does Spanish world No.1 Nadal in Perth.
The current Chelsea boss laid on 24 goals for Didier Drogba when the pair were teammates at Stamford Bridge. Drogba was as dangerous as a provider as a finisher, with his name also on the list of hat-tricks of assists, with his feat coming on the back of consecutive regular hat tricks.
Lewis Hamilton had to put his ambitions to be a Hollywood movie star on hold because he was too busy winning Formula One world titles.
"Obviously we're concerned about that [the bushfires], but we're all ready to play," said Bulgaria captain Grigor Dimitrov, a sentiment echoed by world No.11 David Goffin.