Hot sports news around the world on June 9th, 2020

Manny Pacquiao has revealed he will run for president of the Philippines in 2022.

Pacquiao confirmed he would run for President

Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao has publicly declared his ambition to run for President of the Philippines while still being a Senator. “I will run for office in 2022,” Pacquiao said. The current president of the Philippines is Rodrigo Duterte, who has a hard line on drug trafficking and Pacquiao is one of the most passionate supporters of this policy.

Svitolina believes that Roland Garros and the US Open are not canceled

World No. 5 female tennis player, Elina Svitolina expressed her opinion in an interview with BTU. “I will play in the upcoming Berlin tournament (July 13-19). I and many others believe that Roland Garros and the US Open will be held even later than usual.

Everything has to be carefully calculated. and health will be the top priority, I think the end of August and the beginning of September is the right time to organize the tournament.

Funky Ben doesn’t believe McGregor retires

Conor McGregor has just retired for the third time in 4 years when making a statement on his personal page. However, many people do not believe “Crazy guy” has abandoned the arena really.

The legend predicted Vettel’s next destination

Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari’s F1 team later this year after the contract expires. However, the new destination of the German driver is still unknown. According to F1 racing legend Mark Webber, it is likely that Vettel will suspend F1 racing and return in 2022.

Mercedes is about to “tie” Lewis Hamilton

According to Sky Sports, F1 Mercedes racing team is in talks with Lewis Hamilton about renewing the contract. Mercedes F1 team manager Toto Wolff revealed that the two sides are very satisfied and it is likely that the new contract will be announced in the next few days. Currently, Hamilton is still in good shape and is the defending champion.

Novak Djokovic declared attending the US Open as a “impossible mission”

Because some form of “extreme” isolation will be applied at the tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York (USA), world No. 1 Djokovic thinks that attending the US Open (US Open) will is impossible. The US Open is scheduled to start from August 31. This will be the first Grand Slam to be held after the Covid-19 pandemic caused the tennis season to be postponed from March.

Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa cooperated against Covid-19

Japanese golf duo Hideki Matsuyama and Ryo Ishikawa have announced they have launched a fundraising project to support the remediation of Covid-19. The couple thought that the best way they could contribute to the fight against the disease was to introduce their daily activities to their fans.