Friday, April 9, 2021 00:04 AM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news) For the second year in a row, Roland Garros’s schedule was interrupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Roland Garros was postponed due to Covid-19
Organizers said Ronland Garros they will delay the start of the tournament by 1 week as cases of Covid-19 positives are increasing in France. Thus, the second Grand Slam of the year scheduled to start on May 23 will be downgraded to May 30. Last year, this tournament had to go back to September.
Nadal is the defending champion Roland Garros
“This delay will give us more time to improve our health and will allow us to optimize our chances of welcoming the audience at Roland Garros. Whether for the fans, the players or the atmosphere, audience presence is essential for the tournament, ”said Gilles Moretton, president of the French tennis federation.
Nadal’s uncle confirmed to be the coach of the 20-year-old tennis player
Toni Nadal, uncle and former coach of Rafael Nadal, has confirmed that he will be the coach of Canadian tennis player Felix Auger-Aliassime. The 20-year-old is currently 22nd in the ATP world rankings and is one of the rising stars of men’s tennis.
However, Toni has also said that if Auger-Aliassime encounters Rafael Nadal, he will not attend that match. Toni helped Rafael Nadal win 16 Grand Slam titles, including 10 Roland Garros titles, before parting ways in 2017.
Fury was accused of not wanting to fight Joshua
Eddie Hearn, the boss of Anthony Joshua, claims that Tyson Fury and the boxer’s team are making excuses not to play the unified world heavyweight boxing belt.
Hearn told Sky Sports: “We are in a good place. I watched John Fury’s comments. It seems they don’t really want the fight. I want them to speak, rather than hint. I know there’s been a global pandemic We realize it’s not that easy, but we’re working every day to get this work done. A little bit of support would be great, John and Tyson. , Thanks very much”.
Ricciardo talks about his relationship with Verstappen
Red Bull is struggling to find a second driver to support Max Verstappen since the departure of Daniel Ricciardo. Recently, Ricciardo said he was pleased to have helped Verstappen reach his limits and that he feels mutual respect has increased since then.
“Ever since I left, other racers have come and gone and he has different teammates, I think that might increase his respect for me even more. I mean. We have never hated each other, we just want to help each other reach the peak of their career! It’s simple like that, “said the Australian driver.
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