Monday, June 21, 2021 00:15 AM (GMT+7)
(Sports news) Andy Former world No. 1 Andy Murray admitted to feeling sorry when the “clay king” decided not to attend Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics.
Murray regrets that Nadal dropped out of Wimbledon, Olympics
On Tennis World USA, Andy Murray admitted to feeling regret when Rafael Nadal announced that he would not attend Wimbledon and the Olympics. However, the former world No. 1 player sympathizes with the great rival after a long time of “plowing”.
Murray sympathizes with Nadal’s decision to give up Winbledon, the Olympics
“It’s a pity for Rafael Nadal and also for the tournaments that he did not attend. After a tumultuous year due to the epidemic, it is difficult for the players to ensure the best physical and mental condition to plow all season clay and then Wimbledon, the Olympics. I don’t know if Nadal has a physical problem, but he seems to have felt something after the Roland Garros semi-final,” Murray said.
Jack Paul “challenge” 2 legends UFC, boxing
On his personal Twitter, Jack Paul paid tribute to Anderson Silva, after witnessing the boxer holding the longest middleweight title in UFC history defeat Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on June 19. The American YouTuber even boldly declared that he wanted to fight with Anderson Silva and Roy Jones Jr, the future world heavyweight boxing champion.
Raonic withdraws from Wimbledon
In the latest post on Instagram, Milos Raonic confirmed that he will not attend Wimbledon 2021 to focus on recovering from a calf injury. The tennis player who reached the 2016 Wimbledon final is the next name to be absent from the grass-court Grand Slam, after Rafael Nadal.
Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee to build Covid-19 clinic
According to the Brussels Times (Belgium), the Tokyo Olympic organizers are rushing to build clinics specifically for Covid-19 patients. Specifically, these clinics are located separately from the main medical facility of the Olympic athletes village, used to test and isolate people suspected of being infected with C or in close contact with Covid-19 patients. Besides, the organizers also installed warning signs and upgraded the ventilation system in each room.
(Sports News) Djokovic said Wimbledon, US Open and Olympic are his 3 most important goals until the end of 2021.