The fate of the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 has been in the spotlight as the outbreak of COVID-19 forces the cancellation and delays in Japan of everything from football matches to the rituals that mark the opening of the March sumo tournament
In a press release published in the early hours of Saturday morning, Tokyo 2020 said: "As part of efforts to prevent the spread of infection of the novel coronavirus, we have decided to postpone training scheduled from tomorrow (February 22)"
The ancient sport of sumo is a big draw for foreign visitors to Japan, with new spectators often surprised by the agility of the enormous participants. And tennis' world number one Novak Djokovic was the latest celebrity to witness the sport
Naomi Osaka, who won the Australian Open this year, started working with Jermaine Jenkins shortly after her surprise split with Sascha Bajin, who had guided her to the Indian Wells and US Open titles in 2018 as well as the title in Melbourne.
Lalremsiami struck the winning goal for India after Minami Shimizu neutralised Navjot Kaur's opener. Earlier, Indian men's team won beat New Zealand 5-0 to avenge the loss it endured in their round-robin clash and won the Olympic event
India had made an impressive start to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Test tournament, thrashing Malaysia 6-0 in their opening match but the second-match defeat means they are currently sitting at the second spot in the points table with one match to go