If you’re a true sports fan, perhaps you’re wondering how to keep yourself occupied during the summer months. The usual holiday season may not be as entertaining without a taste for action, so here are a few ways to keep the clock ticking.
Wimbledon – Tennis
Packed crowds, everlasting tension and unpredicted outcomes are not the only aspects to look forward to. The face of British tennis, Andy Murray, carries the flag once more at a grand slam, seeking his second victory at SW19. Can he defy the odds?
The Ashes – Cricket
If you’ve lost enthusiasm for watching England lately, the 8th of July may be a date for your diary. The heated rivalry between the English and the Aussies will be relived once again, as well as playing on home soil adding further expectation for a change of fortune.
Tour De France – Cycling
With nothing exciting on your July schedule, a viewing of one of the most notorious cycling events in the world would not go a miss. All the drama, from Stage 1 to 20, and a host of riders seeking to gain cycling’s golden prize is without doubt something of a spectacle.
World Matchplay – Darts
Seeing the world’s best players take to the oche after a world cup to remember could be the event to fill up your schedule between the 18th – 26th July. Every throw, every miss, all the highs and all the lows can be witnessed; a tournament that keeps you right on the edge of your seat.