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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2786

A ‘ties’ filled evening entertained all sport lovers!

By S.H.Moulana

While England and New Zealand featured in a history making double tie in the 2019 Cricket World Cup final at Lords, Djokovic and Federer starred in a tennis final at Wimbledon where yet another final set tie break decided who the champion is.

At Lords I would have personally preferred had both teams been declared ‘joint winners’ as both deserved victory as they tied twice over.

The tennis final at Wimbledon produced the longest ever final in history at four hours 57 minutes. A Federer error handing Djokovic victory.

Federer at 37 was chasing a record equaling ninth Wimbledon title. The Serbian world number one has won 5 Wimbledon titles and a total of 16 Grand Slam titles.

In the meantime, in fact, England and New Zealand have never won the Cricket World Cup before.

Now England becomes the sixth country to lift the coveted trophy, the previous winners being West Indies, Australia, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
We congratulate England for its victory at Lords and Djokovic at Wimbledon.

It was an excitement filled evening for all sport lovers.

- Asian Tribune -

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