Tuesday, August 31, 2021 00:08 AM (GMT+7)
(Sports News) Before entering the journey to compete for the US Open championship this year, Novak Djokovic was “challenged” by a famous tennis coach because of his complacency.
Dreaming of breaking the Grand Slam record at the US Open, the arrogant Djokovic was warned by a famous coach
Novak Djokovic will enter the US Open 2021 with the determination to win the championship to surpass Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal to become the first male tennis player to have 21 Grand Slam singles titles in his career.
Famous coach Patrick Mouratoglou (left) warned Novak Djokovic could be in danger at the US Open 2021 because of complacency
A few days ago, the star leading the ATP rankings confidently thought that he would achieve glory in New York. However, recently, Patrick Mouratoglou, the current coach of both Serena Williams and Stefanos Tsitsipas, reminded Djokovic to be wary of “arrogance and defeat”.
“Beware the thin line between overconfidence and overconfidence. Confidence builds success, but overconfidence can destroy you,” says Mouratoglou.
Trick opponents to tattoo ridiculous messages, new Youtube boxers accept a rematch
On August 29, Jake Paul, the popular American YouTuber, had his 5th consecutive victory since becoming a professional boxer.
Unlike the previous 4 matches, this time, the 24-year-old boxer did not knock-out his opponent, but only won by scoring from the referee when he fought with fellow fighter Tyron Woodley, a former UFC champion.
After 5 rounds, Paul won Woodley after 3 referees scored 77-75, 78-74 and 75 -77 with 2 referees giving the boxer born in 1997 a “triumph song”.
Unhappy with the defeat, Woodley requested a rematch. In response, Paul made a humorous claim: “If you have a tattoo on your body that says ‘I love Jake Paul’, we will do it (rematch) immediately.”
Former IOC President Jacques Rogge dies
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced that the former Belgian President of this powerful body, Mr. Jacques Rogge, died on Sunday (August 29) at the age of 79. Rogge took over the post from his predecessor. predecessor Antonio Samaranch in 2001 and held that responsibility until 2013 before Thomas Bach took over.
During his lifetime, Jacques Rogge was a rowing athlete who won world championships and participated in 3 Olympics. He is also an orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist.
Quang Liem’s poor performance in the Aimchess US tournament
The number 1 player of Vietnamese chess Le Quang Liem lost 4 of the 5 games on the second day of the competition at the Aimchess US online super fast chess tournament.
Quang Liem started the day with 3 consecutive defeats against Jan-Krzysztof Duda, Alireza Firouzja and Daniel Naroditsky and fell to the bottom group. In the fourth game, he defeated Eric Hansen, but lost to Maxime Vachier-Lagrave in the last game of the day. The player was born in the city. Ho Chi Minh rose to the penultimate group with 3 points in 10 games, equal to Jorden van Forestest’s score.
Quang Liem’s chance to continue is almost gone. The players in the top 8 have at least 5.5 points, when there are only 5 games left in the tournament. Even if he wins the last 5 games, Quang Liem is not sure to get into the quarterfinals.
If he cannot reach the quarterfinals, Quang Liem is at risk of being surpassed by Shakhriyar Mamedyarov and Alireza Firouzja on the Champions Chess Tour score chart. At this time, Quang Liem ranked 10th and had little hope for the Tour Finals (the tournament that gathered the best 8 male players of the year).
Chinese-Australian star bitten by a bear still wins Paralympic silver medal
Chinese-born tennis player Ma Lin has just excellently brought the Australian sports team a rare Paralympic silver in men’s singles table tennis at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo (Japan). Ma Lin lost her right arm when she was 5 years old when she was bitten off by a brown bear at a zoo in China.
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