Sunday, July 14,2019 is going to be etched in history and could be a defining moment for England. Three major sports events take place on this day and all three of them occurring in England. With the Cricket World Cup Final, Wimbledon Final and British Grand Prix there can’t be a much better place to be this Sunday if you are a sports lover.
England who last played a World Cup Final match in 1992 are without doubt the favorites going into the final. After a horrendous campaign in 2015 they have turned around the tables and how. A complete overhaul and restructuring has gone into building this team who play an aggressive and fearless brand of Cricket. New Zealand on the other hand have been at their mercurial best by reaching the finals in back to back editions of the Cricket World Cup. One can afford to take them lightly at their own peril but still England seem to have all bases covered and are most likely to win. Whatever happens it’s a win win for Cricket as there’ll be a first time World Cup winner this time around and that is always good for the game.
In the Wimbledon Final, Federer will be pushing for his 21st Grand Slam win and add to his legend. If Federer is able to emulate the kind of tennis he played in the semi-final against Rafa then he’ll be hard to stop. Djokovic who hasn’t played his best tennis leading to the final however is a potential threat as he has a knack of raising the bar when it matters the most. Tennis fans are surely in for a mouth watering contest in this clash of the titans.
In the British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit, Valtteri Bottas took the pole position by just 0.006 seconds by beating his team mate at Mercedes Lewis Hamilton who starts at second on the grid. Hamilton leads the driver’s standings by 31 points and the England fans will be routing for their local boy to win today’s race.
It’ll be a double delight for England if Hamilton wins the British Grand Prix and their men’s team lift the Cricket World Cup title. Irrespective of whatever happens fans across the globe are in for one great day of sports and surely it’s going to be one epic SUNDAY.