(Sports news) Before the spread of Covid-19, it appeared that this year’s Wimbledon could be canceled.
Wimbledon may be canceled
According to sources from Foxsport, due to the raging of the Covid-19 epidemic, it is likely that 2020 Wimbledon will be canceled rather than playing in closed stadiums without spectators. However, the final decision will only be made after the organizers have thorough discussions with the authorities. It is known that the last time Wimbledon was canceled was from the time of World War II.
Federer, Nadal, Djokovic dominate thanks to the “luck” factor
David Nalbandian – former No. 3 player in the world said Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic was lucky to not have met too many serious injuries in his career. According to Nalbandian, this is one of the causes that helped 3 players to rule the ball for nearly 2 decades.
Nalbandian supposed Federer, Nadal, Djokovic were three rare players in history who had been able to maintain their form and class for such a long time. They are lucky because they have few serious injuries. Nadal meets often (injuries), a little more than the other two, and Federer knows how to choose the match schedule with age, physical condition.
McGregor may return to boxing in 2021
On Give Me Sport, Conor McGregor’s longtime coach John Kavanagh acknowledges his desire to see Conor McGregor boxing again in 12-18 months, in 2021. The nearest time fan has witnessed the “Spark” appearing on the boxing floor since 2017, the moment he was defeated by Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas (USA).
Anthony Joshua tacitly criticized Tyson Fury as an elder
During a meeting with the boxing club Finchley ABC, Anthony Joshua tacitly criticized the issue of Tyson Fury’s age. Earlier, Fury bluntly stated that the public should not call Joshua a champion without being in the ring with him.
“Tyson Fury had good matches with Wladimir Klitschko (2015, 38 years old), Deontay Wilder (last month, 34 years old) because he was in the prime of his age (31 years old), more youthful punches are improving day by day and will become a big challenge for him “, quoted the heavyweight IBF, WBO, WBA champions.
Hamilton supported the postponement of F1 for Covid-19
The F1 world champion voiced support for the decision to postpone the opening race of the Australian GP and some other races in the 2020 season such as Chinese GP, Vietnam GP, Bahrain GP first. The situation of Covid-19 pandemic was complicated.
“Sadly, this is the right decision. We (alluding to the riders) all want our cars to have the opportunity to roll, but health and safety issues must be a priority. I hope the season soon back, it’s time to take care of your health, “Hamilton wrote on his personal Twitter.
Federer took 5 awards: In his lucky chance, the Covid-19 outbreak broke out
Fish thinks Federer as if he predicted the Covid-19 pandemic will hit sports tournaments in 2020 and plans to have knee surgery and take a break from some of the earlier leagues this year. exactly. Fish wrote on Twitter that Roger even had scheduled a standard surgery for each cup
This tweet was written after the cancellation of Indian Wells because of the spread of Covid-19. Meanwhile, Roland Garros, the second Grand Slam of the year, is also at risk of not being able to proceed as expected.
Accordingly, Federer recently announced that he will miss a number of tournaments in early 2020, including Roland Garros in May, when he has to go to the surgery table to handle a knee injury in Switzerland. Federer suffered a groin injury at the Australian Open in a choking victory against Tennys Sandgren in the quarterfinals, only to receive defeat to Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals.
“My knees are a bit annoying,” Federer wrote on social media. “I hope it will go away but after checking, things are not that easy. I had to discuss it with my team and decided to have surgery. ” In the same announcement, Federer announced he would miss five tournaments – Dubai, Indian Wells, Bogota, Miami and Roland Garros.
Roger Federer is suffering from a knee injury, perhaps the biggest beneficiary after Indian Wells canceled. Last year, “Express Train” reached the final, so he will be deducted 600 points. Rafael Nadal is the one who suffers because he is in good shape and still automatically lost 360 points because the tournament was canceled (last year he went to the semi-finals of Indian Wells 2019).