World No. 2 player Rafael Nadal vows to be calm and not overjoyed when he leveled the record number of Grand Slam titles of Roger Federer.

Nadal has won a total of 19 Grand Slam titles

Federer currently holds a record of 20 Grand Slam titles, Nadal is second with 19 titles, while the world’s No. 1 player Novak Djokovic now has 17 titles. Nadal is currently in his hometown of Mallorca to prepare for the return of the tennis season next month. Most likely, Nadal will not attend the US Open Grand Slam, the tournament in which he is the defending champion.

World skiing champion’s tragic death

Recently, the sports world has just suffered a great loss with the sudden departure of snowboarding champion Alex Pullin. He died at the age of 32 due to drowning at Gold Coast beach in his home town of Australia.

According to initial information, Pullin was in trouble diving to catch fish with a sharp stick. A friend of his discovered the incident and immediately rescued rescue workers. Australian athletes were quickly pulled ashore but it was too late.

Zverev started working with former tennis player David Ferrer

World No. 7 player, Alexander Zverev recently confirmed that he began training under the guidance of former world No. 3 David Ferrer. “Some good news today. I’m going through the initial training phase with David Ferrer. It couldn’t be more exciting to work with him,” Zverev wrote on his personal Instagram.

Before that, the German tennis star had played with the training of former world No. 1 Ivan Lendl and Juan Carlos Ferrero. David Ferrer retired last season after losing to Zverev’s junior in the second round of Mutua Madrid Open.

Fernando Alonso returns to F1 race

The Renault racing team has just officially confirmed that they have completed the contract with the 2-time world champion Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard who claimed that his retirement in 2018 had a second reunion with Renault to replace Daniel Ricciardo for the 2021 season.

Alonso agreed to sign a two-year contract with the French racing team

Two years ago, Alonso announced his retirement with no motivation and need to rest when F1 racing witnessed the overwhelming dominance of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.