The Spanish Ice Sports Federation (RFEDH) has just announced the change of the schedule for the country’s figure skating championships scheduled to take place later this year to start the war in February next year due to the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Italian tennis prodigy surprises his opponent
Jannik Sinner, a 19-year-old Italian male tennis player, is playing impressively at the ATP 250 Sofia Open (Bulgaria). In the quarterfinals, he lost in set 1 to 3rd seed Alex De Minaur 6-7 (3-7) in a tie-break series. But then, Sinner won 6-4, 6-1 in the following two sets to go upstream to eliminate the Australian opponent. In the semi-finals, Sinner will meet French No. 5 seed, Adrian Mannarino.
According to Alexander Zverev, who is about to become a father the year after his ex-girlfriend gave birth to a small child, he doesn’t need to learn from seniors like Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic.
UFC commentator is eager to stand in the footsteps of the boxers
Because Islam Makhachev withdrew from UFC Fight Night 183 on November 14 due to health problems, commentator Paul Felder decided to replace Russian fighter Rafael Dos Anjos in lightweight to save the event even though there were only a few days to prepare.
The Tokyo Olympics will have live audience
Although the Covid-19 pandemic is still complicated around the globe, IOC Committee Chairman Thomas Bach believes in the ability of viewers to watch the Olympics live after their recent visit to Japan.
Rafael dos Anjos wants to fight McGregor
In 2016, Rafael dos Anjos almost confronted Conor McGregor in the Lightweight title match at the 196. UFC event. However, the puncher had to withdraw due to a broken leg. Recently, Anjos has just expressed his intention to confront “Crazy Guy” if he wins the match with Paul Felder.
Zverev is not sure about the ATP Finals
Alexander Zverev is not sure about the possibility of attending the ATP World Tour Finals 2020 after suffering a thigh injury at the Paris Masters. It is reported that Zverev’s thigh problem has emerged since the second Cologne tournament he attended and got worse at the Paris Masters. Zverev’s ability to attend the ATP Finals is currently open, but according to Zverev’s brother Mischa, the chance to participate is still quite large.