Sports Current Affairs- July 3, 2021
The subject Sports plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.
Some of the Sports Current Affairs-One Liners are as follows
Sports Current Affairs
1-Denmark defeated Czech Republic to go to the Euro 2020 semi-finals.
2-Swiss superstar Roger Federer had a little glitch in the third set but comfortably defeated local challenger Cameron Norrie to go to the fourth round of the Wimbledon Championships for the 18th time.
3-Dronavalli Harika of India was defeated in the final of the Womens Speed Chess Championship by Chinese great Hou Yifan.
4-Mithali Raj of the Indian women’s cricket team surpassed former England batter Charlotte Edwards at Worcester to become the highest run-scorer in international cricket across all forms.
5-Smriti Mandhana’s catch in the outfield led to Natalie Sciver’s removal for 49 during the third ODI against England, and it won her praise.
6- In the third and final ODI at Worcester, Indian women knocked out England for 219 in the allocated 47 overs – reduced owing to rain.
7-Lewis Hamilton, the reigning Formula One world champion, has extended his contract with Mercedes by two years.
8-The International Swimming Federation (FINA) will conduct a study of the usage of’soul caps’ and other similar items to verify that they do not offer users an unfair advantage.
9-The Indian men’s domestic cricket season, which includes the Ranji Trophy, which was cancelled previous season due to the Covid-19 outbreak, will begin on October 20 and end on March 26, 2022.
10-The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced that pace bowler Ollie Robinson, who was barred from representing England last month due to racist comments, has been allowed to play cricket immediately.
Sports Current Affairs
11-On Saturday, Harbhajan Singh‘s birthday, it was revealed that the cricketer would make his big screen debut in a film called “Friendship.”
12-Parul Chaudhary, a Covid-stricken Uttar Pradesh athlete, missed the Olympics by a single ranking place after failing to meet the qualifying time.
13-Former Australian captain Steve Smith has said that he is prepared to forego the World T20 for the Ashes, which begin on December 8.
14-KL Rahul, an Indian batsman, has stated that skipper Virat Kohli is a different kind of leader who gives his all on the field.
15-The Jaipur Development Authority has given land to Rajasthan Cricket Association for the building of the world’s third biggest cricket stadium in the Pink City.
16-Two West Indies women cricketers, Chinelle Henry and Chedean Nation, fell on the pitch within 10 minutes of one other during the second T20I against Pakistan on Friday in North Sound, Antigua.
17-Denis Shapovalov, world No. 12, of Canada, defeated two-time former champion Andy Murray of the United Kingdom to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon for the first time.
18-Peru defeated Paraguay on penalties to go to the Copa semifinals.
19-Italy advances to the Euro 2020 semifinals after a 2-1 victory against Belgium.
20-Spain defeats Switzerland on penalties to go to the Euro 2020 semi-finals.
21-Six Gujarati female athletes have qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.