Sports Current Affairs- July 2, 2021
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1-The ambition of Namibia’s two sprinting queens, Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi, of participating in the 400m Olympic competitions was dashed when World Athletics declared them ineligible.
2-Tennis events organised by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) in China have been cancelled for 2021.
3-The Tokyo Olympic Games’ organisers stated in Tokyo on Friday that the postponed Games may still be conducted without spectators because to the deteriorating COVID-19 scenario.
4- Wimbledon: Tunisian battler Ons Jabeur defeats Spain’s previous champion Garbine Muguruza.
5-Shubman Gill, the opener, is questionable for the first Test against England, which starts on August 4 in Nottingham.
6-India’s Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza progressed to the second round of the mixed doubles tournament at Wimbledon in London on Friday after defeating Ramkumar Ramanathan and Ankita Raina in an all-Indian encounter.
It was the first occasion in a Grand Slam that two Indian couples faced off against one other.
7-Malaysia was named the host of the 2023 men’s Junior World Cup by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) on Friday.
8-Kiren Rijiju, Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, applauds Sony Pictures’ support to encouraging Olympic-bound sportsmen.
9-The Commonwealth archery and shooting competitions for 2022, which were slated to actually happen in Chandigarh in January next year, have been scrapped because of the Covid-19 epidemic.
10-The Indian women’s team will play for pride in the third and final One-Day International (ODI) against England, who have already established an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.
11-The England board is expected to offer Kohli and company a warm-up match against a county side before the five-Test series against the hosts.
12-Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has said that captain Virat Kohli never demanded that the World Test Championship final be be a three-match affair.
13-Matthew Mott, the World Cup-winning coach of Australia’s women’s cricket team, secured a two-year contract on Friday.
14- South Africa will host the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in 2023.
15-Kane Williamson, the captain of New Zealand, has withdrawn from The Hundred competition.
16-Maana Patel, a female swimmer from India, will participate in the women’s 100m backstroke in the Tokyo Olympic Games this month after earning a Universality quota spot, according to the Swimming Federation of India (SFI).
17-Karsten Warholm of Norway breaks a 29-year-old world record in the 400m hurdles by running 46.70 seconds.
18-Dhananjaya de Silva’s 91 runs for Sri Lanka were in vain in the second One-day International (ODI) against England at The Oval, as England won the ODI series against Sri Lanka.
19-Dwayne Bravo’s career-best haul of 4/19 led the West Indies to a series-leveling 21-run win against South Africa in the fourth T20I match at St George’s (Grenada).
20- Abhimanyu Mishra, a 12-year-old Indian-origin American, has become the world’s youngest GM.