2020 has been a tough year for everyone, including sports fans who had to see their long-awaited favourite events get postponed to 2021. But 2020 is over! And the first quarter of 2021 declared the ending of the pandemic by rolling the vaccines. Sports fans worldwide are preparing themselves for watching and keeping up with exciting events, including the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. Many pubs like The Cornershop Bar are already taking bookings on days where major sports events are live. Let’s now take a look at some of the leading sports events upcoming in 2021.
1.2021 World Snooker Championship
The World Snooker Championship is one of the three tournaments that make up snooker’s Triple Crown Series. It is also the most prestigious and wealthiest championship for snooker with total prize money of £2,395,000 in 2020. This year, the championship will be played at the Crucible Theatre in England from April 17th to May 3rd.
2.India Open Super 500
The India Open Super 500 is an annual badminton event that is taking place behind closed doors in New Delhi this year. The event will be held from May 6th to 11. This tournament will be important for Indian shuttlers because it is their last chance to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
The French Open is a major Tennis event and one of the annual four Grand Slams. It will start at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France, on May 23rd. The final matches are scheduled to be played on the 5th and 6th of June
This is one of the major football tournaments that was supposed to occur in 2020 but got postponed to 2021. Football fans all over the world are looking forward to the first match in the tournament that will take place on June 11th. The opening match will be held at The Stadio Olimpico in Rome, and the final at Wembley Stadium in London on July 11th, 2021. The tournament will be hosted in 12 countries, and football fans from every corner of the world will be watching the stars of the game compete against each other.
The whole world anticipates the Tokyo Olympics, which was scheduled to take place between July 24th and August 9th, 2020. The games were postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic and are set to start on July 23rd this year and end on August 8th. The Olympics is a global event where athletes from every country compete against each other to win the most prestigious medals. This year will be a comeback from a long break, and we will see some great comebacks!
We are all excited to watch and follow the events of these intense sports competitions. The whole world is hungry for sports after a long absence. This year, some events have already happened, such as the Australian Open and the World Athletics Indoor Championships. You still can keep up with sports by putting the previous five vents on your calendar and tuning in to enjoy the pleasure of watching sports
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