Here is the summary of sports news around the world on September 21st, 2020. Let’s check out the news in the article below.
Boston Celtics shortened the score against the Miami Heat
In the Eastern final of the NBA (American professional basketball league), the Boston Celtics shortened the score to 1-2 against the Miami Heat. After repeatedly losing back in the previous two games, the Boston Celtics knew how to keep the advantage until the end. They win 117-106 when 4 players are scoring more than 20 points.
Khamzat Chimaev continues to impress
Russian-born Swedish puncher Khamzat Chimaev continues to impress on the UFC floor. In the recent UFC Fight Night 178 event, Chimaev only needed 17 seconds to defeat Gerald Meerschaert. This is the puncher’s ninth consecutive win.
Mathew Wolff led the US Open by the last day
Another noticeable sports news today is that before the final day of the US Open golf tournament 2020, Matthew Wolff rose to the top of the rankings with a performance of fewer than 5 strokes by standard, 2 strokes less than second. This is not a very safe distance and the golfers in the back still have a chance to win the championship.
Thiem revealed 2 most memorable matches against Nadal
In an interview with Tennis World USA, Dominic Thiem revealed that the 2018 US Open quarterfinals and the 2020 Australian Open quarterfinals were the most memorable matches in the history of his 14 encounters with Rafael Nadal.
The victory over Nadal in the 2020 Australian Open quarter-finals is one of the most memorable moments of Thiem’s career
The biographical film about Mike Tyson released in 2022
Not so long ago, Hollywood announced a movie project about Mike Tyson’s life titled “Finding Mike” with black actor Jamie Foxx playing the role of the 54-year-old boxing legend. The film is expected to be released in mid-2021, but due to the effects of the Covid-19 epidemic, the project is delayed until early 2022.
Djokovic supports Rome Masters to welcome 1000 fans into the field
Novak Djokovic has expressed his excitement when he learned that the Rome Masters organizers could open the door to welcome about 1000 fans into the field. This information was personally confirmed by the Italian Minister of Sports – Vincenzo Spadora after a meeting with the National Science and Technology Committee on September 18.