Here is the hot sports news in the world at the end of October 2020. Let’s check out the news in the following article!
3 Badminton players infected with Covid-19
The 28th-class badminton player in the world and 2 countrymen were forced to withdraw from the tournament in Germany after being positive for Covid-19.
Recently, 3 Indian badminton players including Lakshya Sen, Ajay Jayaram, Subhankar Dey received positive results for Covid-19, and announced their withdrawal from the SaarLorLux Open 2020 (taking place in Germany).
In which, Lakshya Sen is ranked 28th in the world and is also the defending champion of the tournament. It is known that all 3 athletes have contacted many members of the training board.
The NBA is down 10% of its revenue in 2020
In its latest financial report, the NBA revealed total revenue for last season was $ 8.3 billion. This means it is down 10% from the previous year. The reason is that the Covid-19 pandemic affects surrounding activities. They were unable to sell tickets to fans (loss of 800 million USD). Besides, the loss from television royalties due to not playing on schedule (400 million USD).
Tyson Fury suddenly wants to fight Oleksandr Usyk
Tyson Fury wants a game in December to prepare for a confrontation with Anthony Joshua early next year. According to news from BoxingNews24, the Ukrainian puncher, Oleksandr Usyk is one of Fury’s three choices. Oleksandr Usyk is an uncomfortable opponent and Fury needs to be careful with his decisions.
Khabib pocketed at least $ 7 million after UFC 254
According to many sources, the amount of remuneration received by Khabib Nurmagomedov after attending UFC 254 will be $ 7 million, including $ 6.76 million for the competition, $ 50,000 for the award for the best performance of the event and 52,000.
Extra bonus USD. But this number is not expected to stop there because UFC is statistics revenue from pay-per-view services to calculate the percentage of food divided with Khabib. This will be the largest amount of remuneration Khabib received in his UFC career.
Mercedes does not want to sign a year with Hamilton
The head of the Mercedes racing team, Toto Wolff, said he had no intention of keeping Lewis Hamilton on a short-term contract after he ended his contract with Mercedes at the end of the F1 2020 season.
Tiger Woods declined to attend the Houston Open
Tiger Woods representative Mark Steinberg said the 15-time PGA Tour Major championship golfer will not attend the Houston Open next week. Woods mentioned the possibility of participating but decided to stay home to prepare for the Augusta National tournament which will kick off from August 12.