Friday, September 10, 2021 00:04 AM (GMT+7)
(Sports News) Hottest sports on the morning of September 10: Sharapova spoke out in defense of Osaka, Tiger Woods is recovering well and many other hot sports news.
Sharapova defends junior Naomi Osaka
In a recent interview, Maria Sharapova defended her junior Naomi Osaka. The former world No. 1 urges everyone to respect the decisions of the players at times when they are vulnerable. However, Sharapova said that Osaka still has to appear in front of the press to show professionalism.
Sharapova speaks out in defense of Osaka
Tiger Woods is recovering well
The captain of the US team at the 2021 Ryder Cup, Steve Stricker has just revealed the status of Tiger Woods. “He is very excited. Things are progressing according to schedule and Tiger Woods is recovering very well. He can’t wait to get back to green grass and sticks.”
Chinese driver is about to attend F1
According to Motorsportweek, Guanyu Zhou – Chinese driver is participating in the F2 racing tournament and ranks 2nd on the rankings. If he keeps this position, Guanyu Zhou will qualify for F1 racing. Currently, Alpha Romeo will almost certainly recruit the Chinese driver to replace Antonio Govinazzi, who will leave at the end of this season.
Daniel Cormier enters the cinema
According to news from MMA Fighting, former UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier is preparing to enter the cinema. Revealed from the agent, Cormier will play “Bobby Watkins” in the context of living in Houston and trying to fight for his family. The movie is called “Warriors” – “Warriors”.
Ben Simmons Still Stuck at the Philadelphia 76ers
Basketball star Ben Simmons still can’t leave the Philadelphia 76ers like he wishes. The reason is because the salary of the Australian player is quite large (29 million USD) at a time when the teams have almost finished assembling the squad for the new season. Therefore, very few teams are interested in Ben Simmons.
(Sports news) Italian-American basketball star Nico Mannion has an intestinal infection, forced to leave basketball.