Highlights (July 15) – Day in SportsJuly 15, 2019
YoGems makes sure that you won’t miss a thing in the field of sports, so here is a quick recap to all the happenings from the last 24 hours:
Djokovic wins Wimbledon title as he beats Federer 7-6, 1-6, 7-6, 4-6, 13-12 in Final.
Its Djokovic 5th Wimbledon title and in total a 16th Grand Slam for Djokovic.
The Serbian became the first male player in the Open Era (over age 30) to successfully defend a Wimbledon title.
India’s Ankita Raina, along with partner Bibiane Schoofs finish as runners up at Reinret Open an ITF W60 event in Germany.
England won the World Cup for the first time due to hitting more boundaries after tied scores in World Cup history’s first-ever Super Over forced a boundary count-back. The match went into Super Over wherein both the teams scored 15 each after hitting 241 runs apiece in their respective 50 overs. England scored 26 boundaries while New Zealand hit 17.
Anirban Lahiri finishes Tied-47th at the John Deere Classic, Dylan Frittelli clinches title
Lewis Hamilton wins record 6th Britsh Grand Prix. He thus overtakes Jim Clark and Alain Prost, who both had five wins, and now has the greatest record of all in this race.
6 days after winning gold at the Qosanov Memorial, Mohammed Salahuddin repeats his feat at the XXII International Memorial competition in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Indian medalists at Dutch Junior Open 2019, Amsterdam:
- G-U13 Anahat Singh wins Gold
- B-U17 Neel Joshi wins Gold
- B-U15 Paarth Ambani wins Silver
- G-U17 Amira Singh wins Bronze
- G-U15 Kaavya Bansal wins Bronze
The 33-year-old Haryanvi boxer Vijender Singh defeated Mike Snyder on his debut at the US Professional Circuit. In the eight-round match, which Singh won in just four rounds, was his 11th consecutive victory in the circuit.