Naomi Osaka was rumored to give up the US Open but her management team denied the information.

Naomi Osaka does not give up the US Open

After many news agencies reported that Naomi Osaka might skip the US Open because she did not see her registered, Osaka’s management team through the Reuters news agency confirmed that the rumor is not true and Osaka will be sure to attend.

Lewis Hamilton wants to have an audience on the track

F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton was feeling very sad when he competed on the track with no spectators. The first three races of the F1 2020 season took place without an audience.

Hamilton and the riders praised the organizers’ strict rules to prevent the spread of Covid-19. But the Mercedes team driver also admitted that the atmosphere of F1 was greatly affected in the absence of fans.

Khabib pensive training day back

After a period of tragedy due to the loss of his father, the lightweight champion finally returned to practice preparing for the octagon cage re-display at UFC 253. His upcoming opponent will be the champion, interim Justin Gaethje, who defeated Tony Ferguson at UFC 249. The latest training photos show Khabib being very serious with his plan to fight Justin Gaethje to take place in Abu Dhabi in October.

McGregor was invited by the famous boss

Conor McGregor announced his retirement from UFC, but there are still many opportunities to get involved in other martial arts fields, and recently the famous boxing boss Eddie Hearn has suggested that he will be happy to work with McGregor. despite having many famous clients like Anthony Joshua.

McIlroy is unlikely to return to Europe

Golf player Rory McIlroy said he may not be returning to Europe playing at this time. This is due to concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic. McIlroy is expected to play at the US Open. However, he is likely to miss the Scottish Open and the BMW PGA Championship.

The Italian GP has not yet welcomed the fans back

Although the Italian GP was expected to be the first F1 race to welcome fans to watch, the organizers recently announced that it was impossible because the Covid-19 epidemic could not be controlled. Tickets will be refunded 100% in many different ways. Currently, the Russian GP stage in Sochi is proposing fans to see.