Notable hot news about sports in November

The Australian Rugby League detected 10 additional Covid-19 infections

The organizers of the Super League, the Australian rugby championship have just recorded 10 cases of Covid-19 infection after the first health check. This test has the participation of 517 athletes and staff from 5 teams playing in the Super League.

Thus, since October 26, Super League has detected a total of 24 cases positive for Covid-19 out of a total of 679 samples.

Mayweather shut down Pacquiao’s rematch

“Lonely and defeated” Floyd Mayweather revealed that the organizers are looking to bring this legendary boxer back to the ring. More specifically, the opponent of the puncher who holds a record of 50 wins is the childhood enemy Manny Pacquiao. However, Mayweather’s representative just confirmed that his client had no intention of rematching with the defeated Philippine general. In 2015, Mayweather and Pacquiao faced the victory with points in favor of American boxers.

Wawrinka admits he is about to retire from tennis

In an interview with Tennis360, Stan Wawrinka admitted that he was in the final stage of his career and needed motivation to bring himself back to the top. Starting professional tennis competition since 2002, the Swiss tennis player has won 3 Grand Slams, reaching 3rd place ATP.

Wawrinka admits he is about to retire from his career

“My career is almost over. But I believe I need a launch pad to once again push myself beyond the limit. I’m trying to do that and see what happens next.” quotes Wawrinka.

The boxing champion infected with Covid-19

ESPN confirmed that Miguel Berchelt, WBC’s super hairy boxing champion, had received a positive result for Covid-19. Before this situation, the match between him and his countryman Oscar Valdez is likely to be canceled. Miguel Berchelt, 29, is holding the number 1 position of the super feathered rank of 3 prestigious charts including TBRB (Transnational Boxing Ranking Council), The Ring and Boxrec, achieving 37 wins – 1 defeat throughout career.

Having been injured, Tsitsipas worried about losing his place to attend the ATP Finals

In response to the press, Stefanos Tsitsipas expressed concern about the possibility of attending the ATP Finals after a recurrence of a leg injury in the second round defeat of Ugo Humbert in the second round of Paris Masters. Before that, the Greek player was sure to participate in the tournament for the 8 best male players of the year with 6th place (5925 points), more than 1000 points higher than the eighth ranked Andrey Rublev.

Big boss Mercedes decided to keep Hamilton

After winning the Emilia Romagna GP, Lewis Hamilton revealed that he did not know what his future would be after the 2020 season, because the contract between the F1 champion and the Mercedes racing team had only a deadline. this year’s season. However, in an interview with Express, the leader of the Mercedes Toto Wolff team expressed his desire to retain the key racer with the statement “the journey between Mercedes and Hamilton has not ended”.