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2020: Sports events not to miss!

2020: Sports events not to miss!

This year we as sports fans are a bit spoilt: we are about to get not only the annual dramatic Champions League clashes, but also the glamorous Olympics, UEFA Euro 2020 and fiery boxing matches.

We at sportalaxy summarized the most exciting and anticipated events in 2020, which we hope to enjoy together with you:

Masters 2020, January 12-19, London

Sports: Snooker
Even without the snooker legend Ronnie O'Sullivan, we expect to witness an exciting competition this year. Some of the top contestants, including Sean Murphy, Dean Junhui, Joe Perry, John Higgins, Stephen Maguire and Mark Allen, are in the tournament with a prize pool of over £ 725,000.

Super Bowl, February 2, Miami

Sports: American Football
A huge multimedia show, millions of dollars in the form of ads, monstrous ratings and ... American football. The largest sports event in America, which gathers an average of one hundred million people in front of the TV screens and welcoming the biggest music stars, will be held on February 2, 2020 in Miami. We expect it with interest not only for its sports side, but also for the impressive ads and a large-scale show.

Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II, Feb. 22, Las Vegas

Sports: Boxing
One of our Christmas gifts came in the form of a confirmation for the rematch between two of the biggest names in boxing. Wilder and Fury's first fight in Los Angeles a year ago was an epic encounter, ending in a somewhat unsatisfactory draw - Las Vegas' detention is promising and so far there can be a winner, as Fury is convinced that he can take Wilder’s WBC belt, but the latter is certainly not on this plan.

Formula 1 World Championships, March 15 - November 29

Sports: Motor sports
Lewis Hamilton will aim to join Michael Schumacher at the top of all time title count in Formula 1. He is currently a sole leader with seven. We can’t see who can stop the 34 years old brit’s dream from coming true in a season that may be his last with Mercedes. Probably an obstacle could be Charles Leclerc, who impressed in his first season with Ferrari and looks like a star in the making.

Anthony Joshua vs. Kubrat Pulev

Sports: Boxing
It seems that the Bulgarian boxer will have one more chance to face the World Champion Anthony Joshua after opting out of the match in 2017 due to injury. Both sides have a deadline until January 31 to finalize the negotiations. The Cobra’s Manager said that the fight could take place in London, Riyad or Istanbul. We at sportalaxy are sure that wherever the match takes place, our boy will get a serious Bulgarian support and we wish him luck!


Indianapolis 500, May 24, Indiana

Sports: Motor sports
You may see it advertised as the "biggest race in motor sports" and even if you disagree, this event gathers 300,000 people to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and about 6 million in front of the television screens. We would have a look to see what the fuss is all about.

Europa League Final, May 27, Gdansk

Sports: Football
The Champions League’s "little brother" is an often underrated tournament, but the winner’s guaranteed spot in the next edition of the biggest club competition is a big enough prize, especially for English teams, as the competition for the top 4 in the Premier League is huge.

Champions League Final, May 30, Istanbul

Sports: Football
Returning at the Ataturk Stadium after 15 years for the biggest game of European football and who would bet on Liverpool to return to the place of their most incredible triumph? Jurgen Klopp's team has made it to the last two Champions League finals, winning the last and seems ready to repeat that journey. The draw sent them against Atletico Madrid, and after a possible success they may face Bayern Munich, Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid or Manchester City.

European Championship 2020, 12 June - 12 July

Sports: Football
This will be a unique European Championship - 24 teams will compete in many cities, including Rome, Baku, Amsterdam, Dublin and Bilbao, with the semi-finals and final being held at Wembley. The title holders Portugal, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, will certainly want to defend the trophy, but will have to start with tough fights in the group, where they face France and Germany.

Wimbledon, June 29 - July 12

Sports: Tennis
Will the tennis continue to be dominated by veterans like Federer, Djokovic and Nadal? Will Andy Murray return to form after the injury? Will we have a renaissance for our boy Grigor Dimitrov? We will receive the answers to these intriguing questions in early July at one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world.

Tour de France, June 27 - July 19

Sports: Cycling
For the second time in the history of the tournament, Nice will host the Grand Départ. From there they head to Sisteron and as usual ends in Paris. Colombian Eugene Bernal hopes to win the overall classification for the second consecutive year and is likely to be supported in this pursuit by teammate Team Ineos and 2018 champion Gerant Thomas, something against which the Welshman has publicly expressed his displeasure.

The Open, July 16-19, Royal St. George's, Kent

Sports: Golf
Royal St. George is hosting The Open for the 15th time, and for the first time since 2011, when Darren Clarke surprisingly lifted the Claret Jug. Shane Lowry will strive to retain the title, won at Royal Portrush and will surely face challenges from the likes of Brooks Koepka, Rory McIlroy, John Rahm and maybe Tiger Woods.

Tokyo Olympics, July 24 - August 9, Japan

Tokyo will host the Summer Games for the second time, the first being in 1964. Medals will be given out in 33 different sports, including five new ones - baseball / softball, karate, skateboard, climbing and surfing. Bulgarian sports minister Krasen Kralev said he expects Bulgaria to have about 55 quotas. The staff at sportalaxy wish our athletes success and hope that they return home with medals!

Tokyo Paralympic Games, August 25 - September 6, Japan

At the 16th Paralympic Summer Games, we will see 537 competitions in 22 sports, including the newly added badminton and taekwondo.

Ryder Cup, Sept. 25-27, Wisconsin

Sports: Golf
Wisconsin is hosting the 43rd edition of the biggest golf team battle. The European team will arrive in Wisconsin as a favorite as it has won four of the last five tournaments and is confident that with captain Padraig Harrington they can triumph again. But the US, led by Steve Stricker, will include many of the world's leading names and will undoubtedly create difficulties for the Europeans.

Category: Other sports
Tags: Champions league, Europa League, Olympics, Formula One, Euro 2020

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