Denmark lost a pair of men's seeds as round two matches were played at the Badminton World Federation Korea Open.
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China and Australia advance to super round unbeaten at Asia/Oceania softball qualifier for Tokyo 2020
China and Australia completed 100 per cent records in the group phase at the Asia/Oceania softball qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics as Chinese Taipei and Philippines also reached the super round.
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United States and England advanced to the semi-finals of the World Lacrosse Men's Indoor World Championship in British Columbia.
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Newly-crowned women's world champion PV Sindhu suffered a second consecutive early exit from a major tournament as she was beaten in the first round of the Badminton World Federation Korean Open.
Hosts China and Australia both made it two victories from two at the Asia/Oceania softball qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
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International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach will reassure Tokyo 2020 visitors that food from the host nation is safe, Japan's Foreign Ministry has claimed.