Wednesday, March 31, 2021 00:04 AM (GMT + 7)
(Sports news) After retiring from tennis, the former No. 1 tennis player in the world still wants to stick with sports as a … golf athlete.
Murray wants to play golf after he retired from tennis
In an interview with Gentleman’s Journal, Andy Murray suddenly revealed his intention to switch to golf if he retired from tennis. Even the former No. 1 player in the world is ready to take on the role of the caddy just to meet the top golfers.
Murray wants to switch to golf after retiring from tennis
“I love sports and am very excited about switching to another sport after retiring from tennis. I really love golf, how fun it will be to be a caddy, get in touch with top golfers and learn from them, “Murray excitedly announced.
4 STAR tennis refused to vaccinate Covid-19
Recently, 4 famous players including Andrey Rublev (8th ATP), Diego Schwartzman (9th ATP), Aryna Sabalenka (8th WTA) and Elina Svitolina (5th place WTA) have publicly refused to vaccinate Covid -19. According to Rublev, vaccinated persons do not receive any privileges over those who are not vaccinated (still subject to social segregation regulations) and question the effectiveness of Covid-19 prevention.
“Jon Jones is far from afraid of the new heavy UFC king”
After Francis Ngannou knocked out Stipe Miocic to win the UFC heavyweight title, Chairman Dana White humorously announced that the fighter nicknamed “The Beast” would cause Jon Jones to give up his intention to play in the heavyweight. . However, MMA legend Daniel Cormier immediately protested and said that Jon Jones was extremely waiting for the throne with Ngannou.
Jon Jones has repeatedly been voted by the media as the greatest martial artist in UFC history thanks to his victory of dominating the underweight category with a series of 15 consecutive unbeaten titles. Late last year, he suddenly announced to give up the heavy lower belt to focus on the heavyweight game.
Mayweather recruits two new “disciples”
Recently, Mayweather Promotions, a company specializing in organizing boxing events founded by Floyd Mayweather, has signed a contract with two young boxers Micky Scala (18 years old) and David “Dynamite” Lopez (17 years old). According to the representative of Mayweather Promotions, these are the “young shoots” they discovered in amateur tournaments and possess a great potential, possibly even continuing the success of Mayweather in the future.
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