(Sports news) The British press simultaneously reported that Novak Djokovic was allowed to compete at Wimbledon.
Djokovic gets to play at Wimbledon
The British press simultaneously reported, Novak Djokovic was allowed to defend the championship at Wimbledon 2022. The tournament organizers lifted the bans related to the Covid-19 vaccine for foreign sports athletes. Before that, the Serbian tennis player was also allowed to compete at Rolland Garros.
Westbrook about to leave the Los Angeles Lakers?
The blockbuster contract of the 2021/22 season of the Los Angeles Lakers, Russell Westbrook has just deleted all posts on his personal page related to this team. This is considered the farewell move of the American defender with the Lakers. This club had a failed season when it could not make it to the NBA Playoffs.
Mercedes explains why Hamilton got bad results
At the recent race, Lewis Hamilton only finished 13th overall and considered himself “out of the championship race this year”. Explaining this weak record, Mercedes F1 racing director Toto Wolf revealed. “The race started in wet conditions so the drag reduction system (DRS) on the rear wing was not turned on until mid-race. The moment was turned on, Hamilton was stuck in the middle of the race and could do nothing.
Djokovic loudly criticizes Wimbledon
No. 1 tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic has just stated that he has a lot of sympathy for the Russian and Belarusian players. Earlier, the Wimbledon Organizing Committee issued a ruling banning Russian and Belarusian players from attending the event in England.
Djokovic is the reigning champion of Wimbledon
“Politics has always existed in sport, even though most people don’t believe it. I’m talking about cases where it’s dominated by politics. I believe I’m right. There’s no need to ban any athletes. , not only with tennis players but also in other sports. I don’t see how that affects the fight out there. We have a rule in tennis that prohibits discrimination. violated that, ATP needs to speak up,” said Djokovic loudly.
Nadal sets “unprecedented” record
April 25 marks 17 years since Rafael Nadal broke into the ATP top 10 and the Spaniard, who has never left the group, is currently ranked 4th. That means the Grand Champion Slam 21 times has been in the top 10 of the ATP rankings for 866 consecutive weeks.
Nadal officially turns 17 years in the top 10 ATP
Raducanu and Verstappen win big at Laureus World Sports Awards
Laureus World Sports Awards is an annual award likened to “Sports Oscars”. This year, Raducanu took home the “Breakthrough of the Year” award after winning last year’s US Open, while 2021 F1 champion Verstappen was named “Athlete of the Year”. Meanwhile, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski received the “Outstanding Achievement” award.
Fury earns 56 times more than Ngannou
World heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury has earned £26.2m after knocking out Dillian Whyte. The British boxer earned 56 times more money from this fight than UFC champion Francis Ngannou. Accordingly, Ngannou only earned £ 471,000 from his last match against opponent Ciryl Gane.
Verstappen wasn’t surprised when he overtook Hamilton at Imola
Max Verstappen overcame Lewis Hamilton on the way to first place at the Imola stage over the weekend. When asked about that feeling, the Dutchman said: “I mean they’ve been slower this year so it’s not really a surprise or I’m just as happy to overtake Lewis as with any other competitor”.
(Sports News) Dominic Thiem reveals his plans for the second half of 2022.