World news – Weekly Digest (January 4-10): Indian cricket team exposed to racial abuse, BFC and Cuadrat

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Indians Mohammed Siraj and Ajinkya Rahane will speak to referee Paul Reiffel on the fourth day of the third test match of the series against Australia on Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground. – Getty Images

After nearly a week of confusion, the fourth India-Australia test, scheduled to take place between January 15th and 19th, will take place in Brisbane as planned. (REPORT)

Cricket Australia and New South Wales Police have opened separate investigations into allegations of racial abuse brought by some spectators against the visiting Indian team at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday. (REPORT)

Cricket Australia have apologized to the Indian team for suffering racial abuse from spectators during the third test at the Sydney Cricket Ground. (REPORT)

The Baroda cricket team suffered a blow on the eve of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy when its vice-captain Deepak Hooda withdrew from the tournament after an alleged argument with captain Krunal Pandya. (REPORT)

Ganguly underwent angioplasty on Saturday in a private hospital in Calcutta after a heart attack. – VIVEK BENDRE

The President of the BCCI and former Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly was discharged from hospital on Thursday. Ganguly, 48, who was hospitalized last Saturday after complaining about chest discomfort, stayed an extra day after he was due to be discharged on Wednesday. (REPORT)

Indian Premier League franchise Delhi Capitals has appointed Pravin Amre as the team’s assistant coach for the next two seasons. (REPORT)

Sri Lankan weirdo Akila Dananjaya has been cleared of suspicious acts and has been allowed to return to bowling in international cricket following remedial action and reassessment, the ICC said on Friday. (REPORT)

New Zealand defeated Pakistan with one innings and 176 runs in the second Test to take its fourth victory in four Home Tests this summer and take first place in the ICC Test Ranking for the first time. (REPORT)

The Premier League has warned clubs that disciplinary action will be taken for violations of coronavirus rules as there has been a sharp increase in many cases, including 10 Aston Villa players who tested positive in the isolation will be forced. (REPORT)

Former Indian Super League champions Bengaluru FC and head coach Carles Cuadrat split amicably after a strong result in ISL 2020-21. (REPORT)

Premier League Leeds United suffered their biggest surprise in the FA Cup third round when they lost 3-0 to Crawley Town on Sunday as Manchester City and Chelsea fell. (REPORT)

Nicholas Tsaroulla of Crawley Town celebrates after scoring in the FA Cup match against Leeds United. – Reuters photo

With 10 older players with coronavirus, Aston Villa used seven U23 and four U18 players in the FA Cup duel against Liverpool. (REPORT)

Two-time ISL champions Chennaiyin FC will miss out on captain Rafael Crivellaro’s services for the remainder of the season as the Brazilian has been disqualified with an ankle injury. (REPORT)

U.S. international and two-time World Cup winner Alex Morgan said Tuesday that she and her family tested positive for COVID-19 over the Christmas vacation and are all recovering well. (REPORT)

Schalke 04 teenager Matthew Hoppe was the first American to score a hat-trick in the Bundesliga when he beat Hoffenheim 4-0 on Saturday and the 30-game winning streak of the Royal Blues won in the league. (REPORT)

The American teenager from Schalke 04, Matthew Hoppe, scored a sensational hat trick in his fifth Bundesliga game to lead his fighting team to a 4-0 win against Hoffenheim on Saturday. – GETTY IMAGES

AC Milan prevailed on Saturday with a comfortable 2-0 home win over Turin at the top of Serie A by four points. Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic made a comeback after injury and played for the first time since November 22. (REPORT)

Ibrahimovic came on for the last five minutes to make his first appearance since injuring Napoli on November 22nd. – Getty Images

Borussia Dortmund scored three goals in the second half, twice with Erling Haaland and once with Jadon Sancho, to beat RB Leipzig 3-1 on Saturday. (REPORT)

Spanish team Real Madrid were trapped on a plane for more than two hours on Friday after ice on the runway at Barajas Airport prevented their plane from taking off when a snow storm hit the country. (REPORT) BADMINTON

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Friday banned three Indonesian shuttles for life from all badminton-related activities. – REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO / GETTY PICTURES

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Friday banned three Indonesian shuttles from all badminton-related activities for life. – REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO / GETTY PICTURES

The entire Indian badminton contingent passed the COVID-19 test on Wednesday and started training ahead of the Yonex Thailand Open. (REPORT)

The World Badminton Federation on Friday banned three Indonesian shuttles for life from all badminton-related activities after they were found guilty of match-fixing, match-fixing and betting offenses. (REPORT)

Gregg Clark previously coached the Indian men’s junior hockey team, led by Manpreet Singh, who is currently the senior team captain. – R.V. MOORTHY

India’s junior women’s hockey team will be back in action after more than a year after the hiatus caused by the coronavirus when they play six games in Chile later this month. (REPORT)

Former junior men’s hockey coach Gregg Clark was named analytical coach for the men’s national team pending the Tokyo Olympics later this year. (REPORT)

World number 7 Alexander Zverev will go into the 2021 season looking for a new coach after breaking up with Spaniard David Ferrer, the German confirmed on social media. (REPORT)

The ATP cup winner Novak Djokovic and the runner-up Rafael Nadal will return to the men’s tennis event at the season opening from February 1st. (REPORT) Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka play together with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic at the Pre-Australian Open warm-up exhibition in Adelaide after the quarantine in the South Australian city. (REPORT)

Craig Tiley, Executive Director of the Australian Open, assures players that the delayed Grand Slam tournament will begin for the season opener on February 8th and asks to be patient with logistics and quarantine planning amid COVID-19 -Pandemic. (REPORT)

Nick Kyrgios was banned from the Australian team for the ATP Cup next month after his world rankings slipped to 46th place after an eleven-month absence from the ATP Tour. (REPORT)

The Croatian Ivo Karlovic, the oldest player to have won an ATP Tour game since 1995, beat 7-seeded Pablo Andujar from Spain with 6 in the first round of the Delray Beach Open with 27 aces: 3, 5: 7, 6: 4. (REPORT)

The 30 best tennis professionals Dayana Yastremska have been temporarily suspended for failing an International Tennis Federation doping test outside of the competition. (REPORT)

The WTA announced a tentative calendar for the women’s tour on Tuesday, with events running up to the Wimbledon Championships from June to July. (REPORT)

World number 1 Ash Barty will return to competitive tennis after a lengthy hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic when she heads two WTA tournaments in Melbourne ahead of the Australian Open, organizers said on Thursday with. (REPORT)

Daria Kasatkina was the first winner of the new season and beat Wang Qiang 6: 2, 3: 6, 6: 2 after she failed in the decisive set with 2: 0 at the Abu Dhabi Open. (REPORT)

Former Indian Davis Cupper Yuki Bhambri, who had been out of competitive tennis for more than two years due to an injury, was at R.K. for the ongoing high-performance training camp. Khanna Tennis Stadium in New Delhi. (REPORT)

McLaren driver Lando Norris announced that he lost his sense of taste and smell on Monday and was immediately isolated. – Getty Images

Indian motorcycle racer C. S. Santhosh suffered an accident during the ongoing Dakar Rally in Saudi Arabia and was placed in a medically induced coma after being flown to a hospital in Riyadh. (REPORT)

McLaren driver Lando Norris has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating, his Formula 1 team said on Tuesday. (REPORT)

Aston Martin team owner Lawrence Stroll said the Australian Grand Prix will be postponed to the end of the Formula 1 season and Bahrain will replace it as the inaugural race in March. (REPORT)

Athletes should be given priority for the novel coronavirus vaccine so that the beleaguered Tokyo Olympics can take place later this year, said Dick Pound, senior Olympic champion. (REPORT)

India’s track and field season begins next month with the National Open Race Walking Championship, which will also serve as an Olympic qualifying tournament. (REPORT)

Bajrang Punia will train in the US for another month. Mission Olympic Cell has approved the extension of his training at Cliff Kean Wrestling Club in Michigan for an additional month at an approximate cost of 11.65 lakh. (REPORT)

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