Juventus, Barcelona, and Real Madrid to Feature in Champions League Next Season
Naomi Osaka is Still in the Wimbledon Roster, Organizer Says
Wimbledon Final Set to be Hosted at Full Spectator Capacity
Bayer Leverkusen Signs 16-Year Old Danish U-17 Midfielder Zidan Sertdemir
Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Two Records after Scoring Two Goals for Portugal
Juventus, Barcelona, and Real Madrid are set to participate in the Champions League next season, despite being involved in the European Super League (ESL) project.
The organizer of Wimbledon says Japan's Naomi Osaka would still play in the grass-court Grand Slam championship which starts later this month.
The Wimbledon championship, which starts on June 28, will take place with spectator capacity of 50 percent around the pitch, which will increase to 100 percent.
German Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen has signed 16-year-old Danish teenager Zidan Sertdemir from Nordsjaelland until 2024.
The two goals scored by Ronaldo added to his tally of 11 goals, surpassing the record of French football legend Michel Platini as the top scorer in the European Cup finals.
Ivory Coast and Tottenham Hotspur fullback Serge Aurier has agreed personal terms with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), and will soon be leaving Tottenham.
Although Djokovic has a 29-28 lead in their pre-match record, Nadal has a total of 105-2 wins on clay and 7-1 in his encounters with Djokovic on the same court.
Spurs finished seventh in the English Premier League last season, and qualified for the new European Conference League.