Sports have been an indispensable part of human history since ancient Times of Spanish, and it continues to be a prominent feature of modern society. Athletes across the globe participate in various sports activities, carving out their place in history through their performances, records, and achievements. In this report, we’ll take a look at some of the latest developments in the world of sports. Soccer Soccer, or football as it’s more commonly known, remains the most popular sport worldwide.
The sport is gearing up for a major tournament in Europe, Euro 2020 or 2021 as the case may be, after the pandemic-induced postponement last year. The tournament, set to begin on June 11, will see 24 nations put their best foot forward to grab the coveted trophy. Meanwhile, the domestic leagues such as the English Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A are coming to an end with each having its fair share of drama and excitement.
Basketball Basketball also had a significant impact in 2020 due to the pandemic, with the NBA being paused for months before finally resuming in a “bubble” format. Nevertheless, the league has continued in its usual fanfare this season. The playoffs are nearly underway, and basketball lovers can expect to witness some competitive matchups. The NBA has also taken steps in promoting social justice and equality off the court, with numerous players and teams using their platforms to raise awareness about social and political issues.
Tennis Tennis has been a story of comebacks in 2021 thus far. Naomi Osaka won the Australian Open in February, marking her comeback to the sport after withdrawing from the French Open in 2020 due to mental health concerns. Roger Federer, arguably the greatest tennis player of all time, overcame two knee surgeries in 2020 and returned to the court this year, albeit with less success. Rafael Nadal, meanwhile, continues to dominate on clay courts, winning his 13th French Open title in 2020.
Cricket England and India have been at the forefront of cricket news, with India winning the limited-overs series in March 2021 and England winning the subsequent test series.