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The British government has asked Premier League players to follow the Corona protocol. Sports Minister Nigel Huddlestone tweeted on Wednesday that ‘everyone in the country will have to change their ways. Footballer is also no exception. The Corona Protocol also applies to football. ‘

London. Troubled by hugs and kisses celebrating football players on the field, the British government has asked players to be protected from it to avoid the risk of corona infection.
Many matches have to be postponed due to the Corona transition to Premier League teams. In view of this, Sports Minister Nigel Huddlestone tweeted on Wednesday, « Everyone in the country has to change their ways. Footballer is also no exception. The Corona Protocol also applies to football. « 

Everyone in the country has had to change the way they interact with people and ways of working. Footballers are no exception.Covid secure guidelines exist for football. Footballers must follow them and football authorities enforce them – strictly.https://t.co/wDbzQunHy1 pic.twitter.com/W3S30m85LH

Huddlestone also linked the news with the tweet in which the league wrote to clubs asking players to join hands, avoid high-fi and hugs. Players at Sheffield United and Manchester United did not listen to this warning and were seen celebrating in the same fashion as they scored.

Saina managed to win the first game but after that she could not maintain the rhythm and lost 23-21, 14-21, 16-21 in a 68-minute match. This is Saina’s fourth consecutive defeat at the hands of 12th ranked Busanan in the world.

Bangkok India’s star shuttler Saina Nehwal was eliminated from the Thailand Open Super 1000 Badminton Tournament after losing to Thailand’s Busanan Ongbaramrangfan in the second round of women’s singles on Thursday.
Thursday was not a good day for other players of India, which also ended the Indian challenge in this tournament.
Saina managed to win the first game but after that she could not maintain the rhythm and lost 23-21, 14-21, 16-21 in a 68-minute match. This is Saina’s fourth consecutive defeat at the hands of 12th ranked Busanan in the world.
In the men’s singles, former world number one Kidambi Srikanth had to give a walkover to eighth seed Malaysian Li Ji Jia due to a right hamstring strain.
Earlier in the men’s doubles, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty of India were also eliminated after losing 19-21 17-21 to Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan of Indonesia.

India were now eyeing Satwik and his mixed doubles partner Ashwini Ponnappa, but they also lost 12-21 17-21 to Hong Kong’s Chang Tak Ching and Nag Wing Young, ending the Indian challenge in the tournament.
There were long rallies between Saina and Busanan but the Thai player made good shots which benefited them. In the first game, Saina was leading 6-5 at one time but Busanan was leading 11-9 at the break.
Saina made a comeback after this and gave her opponent an equalizer after scoring 17–17. Saina won the first game as Busanan’s loose return got tangled on the net.
In the second game, Saina made some mistakes which took advantage of Busanan 11-6. Even after that, he maintained his lead and brought the match on par when the Indian player shot out.
Busan also dominated from the start in the third and deciding game. Saina also tried to make a comeback but by the break the Thai player had a good 11–7 lead. Even after this, Saina struggled and Busanan went ahead 18-11. Busanan finally got six match points, of which Saina was able to defend only two.

Indian boxers are set to return from the Strandja Memorial. The Tokyo Games have been postponed for a year due to Kovid-19. Indian boxers are currently at the Inspire Sports Institute in Bellary, which has high-end facilities at JSW Sports.

New Delhi. After a long rest due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, Indian boxers will take part in various tournaments in Europe over the next two months, beginning with the Strandja Memorial in Bulgaria.
Santiago Neeva, High Performance Director of Indian Boxing, wants good preparation for the Olympic Games and hence he also wants to organize a national championship before the Games in Tokyo.
« This year we will start with the Strandja Memorial in Bulgaria and after that there is hope that there will be another tournament in Hungary and thereafter. » Apart from this, we will be staying in the national camp in Bengaluru and may invite some foreign teams.  »
The Strandja Memorial is the oldest boxing tournament in the European circuit.

This year, its 72nd tournament will be held in Sofia from 21 to 28 February.
Nine Indian boxers Amit Panghal (52 kg), Manish Kaushik (63 kg), Vikas Krishnan (69 kg), Ashish Kumar (75 kg), Satish Kumar (over 91 kg), MC Mary Kom (51 kg), Simranjit Kaur ( 60 kg), Lavlina Borgohain (69 kg), and Pooja Rani (75 kg) – have qualified for the Olympics.
Some other Indian boxers may also cut their tickets to Tokyo through world qualifiers a month or two before the Olympic Games. The Tokyo Games have been postponed for a year due to Kovid-19.
Indian boxers are currently at the Inspire Sports Institute in Bellary, which has high-end facilities at JSW Sports.

Indian rider CS Santosh is under the supervision of doctors. Based on the scan and assessment, he has been approved to come to India, where he will be under the supervision of local doctors.  » He was seriously injured.

New Delhi. CS Santosh, the Indian rider of Hero Motosports who crashed during the ongoing Dakar rally in Saudi Arabia, will still be under ‘surveillance’ of doctors but he can fly to India.
« The state of satisfaction is stable and doctors are keeping an eye on it, » Hero Motosports said on Tuesday. He has been approved to visit India on the basis of scans and assessments, where he will be under the supervision of local doctors.  »
Twenty-seven-year-old Santhosh Dakar had crashed during the rally last Wednesday, in which he suffered serious injuries.

After the accident, he was admitted to the hospital in Jeddah by helicopter.
According to the statement, « They will be brought to India in a sleepy state so that they do not face any trouble. » This is a very positive development as he will now be with his family and acquaintances.  »
The accident occurred on the same route in which Hero Motosports rider Paulo Gonsalves died in an accident during the rally last year.

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