In 2020, the much-anticipated sporting events came to a complete halt due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This year, however, sports officials and organisations, and countries have found a way to bring your favourite sports back – albeit with a few changes. To keep you updated and in tune with the world of sports, here is your 2021 sports events calendar.

  1. Australian Open, 8th-21st February

The year started with the much-awaited third Grand Slam in Melbourne. Although the tournament began three weeks later than it usually does, it didn’t rob fans of their joy of living in the moment of this exciting tournament. The tournament ended with compelling results, such as Novak Djokovic winning the Men’s Singles after beating Dani Medvedev and Noami Osaka being the Women’s singles Champion.

  1. Six Nations, 6 February- 20th March

After 14-weeks of waiting, the Six Nations Championship brought about the thrill and excitement many spectators and players had been yearning. Wales was declared the champions of this year’s tournament, making this their 28th title.

  1. Formula One World Championship, 21st March- 5 December

Lewis Hamilton sprinkled his magic all over the Bahrain International Circuit track during the Bahrain GP, earning him a total of 25 points. The rest of the Grand Prix is one you should follow as this year’s championship looks to be one you cannot afford to miss.

  1. PGA Tour- Masters, 8th- 11th April

Patrons and guests of Augusta can not wait to witness this year’s PGA Tour Masters. The appearance of competitive golfers such as Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, and Lee Westwood would make fans sit at the edge of their seats, following every swing!

  1. The Grand National, 10th April

The much-awaited horse racing event is here again this year! Although spectators may not have the pleasure of waiting for their favourite horses on the track, you can still follow the event on your favourite sports channel. If you are a betting fellow, hire a bookie from BookiesReviews to have an honest and experienced bookmaker handle your bets.

  1. Wimbledon, 28th June- 11th July

What would have been the 134th Wimbledon Tennis Tournament was cancelled last year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, this year the Championship is said to come back on. Although the stadium would be open to spectators, organisers are expecting a smaller crowd than in recent years.

  1. Tokyo Olympics, 23rd July-  8th August

There is still some uncertainty surrounding the summer and winter Tokyo Olympic games. This athletic event created controversies after its cancellation last year. However, it seems that the games may finally start in July this year – unless further changes are made.

  1. Twenty20 World Cup, 18th October- 15th November

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup would be taking place this year in India for the cricket fans. Sixteen sides would compete in fifteen venues to win the limited-overs trophy and be declared the T20 World Cup Championships for 2021.

  1.  Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury

2021 may be the year we witness another great classic boxing match. These two boxing legends plan on going head-to-head in the ring this year. You can’t miss this truly historic match. 

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