Here is the hottest sports news around the world on June 28th, 2020

Fury – Joshua is at risk

Mauricio Sulaiman – President of the World Boxing Council (WBC) has recently confirmed that Tyson Fury will not be allowed to fight with Anthony Joshua until the end of the title match. WBC heavyweight champion with Dillian Whyte.

Earlier, the two “bloody bosses” Eddie Hearn and Bob Arum also sought all ways to “circumvent the law” to help the most anticipated war in boxing village go as planned. Accordingly, Joshua and Fury will fight for two matches in 2021.

Tennis “bad boys” called for the US Open to be postponed

Nick Kyrgios recently called on the US Tennis Association (USTA) to postpone the US Open after the US recorded more than 37,000 positive cases with Covid- 19 per day – the highest rate in the world. Earlier, the last Grand Slam of the year is scheduled to be from August 31 to September 13.

Andy Murray lost in the UK super tournament

Recently, the former No. 1 player in the world Andy Murray unexpectedly lost 1-2 (6-1, 2-6, 8-10) before the number player 1 United Kingdom Dan Evans in the friendly Battle of the Brits. This is a tournament organized by Jamie Murray – Andy Murray’s brother, with the participation of the best male players in “fog of country”. In the final, Dan Evans will meet the winner of the match Kyle Edmund – Cameron Norrie.

Legendary son Schumacher changed his name to play F1

In an interview with Under Armor, Mick Schumacher – the son of F1 legend Michael Schumacher revealed that he will use the name Mick Betsch (mother’s name) to compete in the future.

The 21-year-old driver said that this decision will help him not to live under pressure and nominal “great son Schumacher”. Mick is currently joining the Prema Powerteam team in the F2 tournament (under F1) and is a member of Ferrari Academy – Michael Schumacher’s former racing team.

Nadal may not be attending the US Open due to the unrealistic schedule for the elderly players. Toni Nadal said Rafael Nadal may not be attending the US Open due to the schedule being too thick for the rest of 2020.

The Davis Cup and Fed Cup tournaments were officially canceled

Faced with complicated developments of the Covid-19 pandemic, the ITF International Tennis Federation decided to cancel the Davis Cup and Fed Cup this year. The announcement says the tournaments will be restarted in April and November 2021.