Round-Up: Bach wants to visit Suga, PCB sells domestic media rights, NSW to relax attendance cap, and more

Yoshihide Suga is applauded after being elected as new Prime Minister on September 16, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by The Asahi Shimbun via Getty Images)

International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach said he hoped to visit Japan in October to meet new Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga – Japan Today

The Pakistan Cricket Board announced new domestic media-rights deals with sports broadcaster PTV Sports and cable-television company I-Media Communication Services covering a three-year period from 2020 to 2023. The PCB said it could earn more than $200m (€170m) from its media rights during the period – Dawn

The Australian state of New South Wales is to allow sports stadiums to open at up to 50 per cent capacity from October 1, up from 25 per cent capacity and a 10,000 cap at present. Up to 40,000 may be able to attend the NRL finals at ANZ Stadium in two weeks’ time – Seven

Elite rugby union is getting back underway in South Africa next week. But South Africa’s rugby union is yet to commit the national team to play in this year’s Rugby Championship in Australia – Stuff.co.nz

The Australian PGA Championship was postponed from this December to February 2021 – Reuters/CNA

CBA basketball team Guangdong Southern Tigers agreed a three-year title sponsorship deal with drinks maker Yunnan Dayi Group – SportsMoney.cn

Household appliances firm Changhong Meiling became a strategic partner of the Chinese national badminton team – SportsMoney.cn

Chinese Super League football team Shanghai Shenhua launched a branded soft drink in partnership with historic Shanghai-based drinks maker Zhengguanghe – SportsMoney.cn

Australian national team football players have agreed to pay cuts as part of changes to their collective bargaining agreement due to the Covid-19 pandemic – Reuters