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  1. An official statement released by Epic, the video game company responsible for revolutionising the Battle Royale format of digital gaming and taking the esports world by storm, announced important details about the World Cup tournament for their iconic multi-million dollar project, 'Fortnite' set to take place between 26th and 28th July. View this post on Instagram Claim your seat at the Fortnite World Cup! Tickets are available for pre-registration. Link in bio. A post shared by Fortnite (@fortnite) on Apr 8, 2019 at 7:19am PDT Nothing unusual right? Video game tournaments happen all the time. After all, there are games like 'Counter-Strike' and the 'Call of Duty' series that has produced numerous teams from all over the world to put in hard work to perfect their hand at a particular game and compete for considerable sums of prize money. But when compared to outdoor sports that have enjoyed decades worth of heritage and millions of fans, one would take their time accepting the fact that 2019 'Fortnite' World Cup is going to consist of a prize money a lot more than Wimbledon. That's right. According to Wimbledon's official website, when Serbian tennis legend Novak Djokovic won the most prestigious Grand Slam last year, he won a total of $ 2,980,000. According to Epic's statement, the 2019 'Fortnite' World Cup will be offering an outrageous $30 million prize pool for solo and duo players in New York City. The winners will be collecting $3 million each, while every participant will be taking home a minimum of $50,000 for qualifying for the tournament. Other major sporting events with prize money smaller than 'Fortnite' World Cup include Indy 500 ($2,530,000), The Masters ($1,980,000), World Darts Championship ($640,000), Tour de France ($580,000), World Snooker Championship ($560,000) and Ironman World Championship ($120,000).
  2. Over a period of time, we have heard many stories of dramatic comebacks, tales that go beyond the locker rooms. The extraordinary examples of hard-word, discipline and determination to overcome challenges were the main highlights of this year's Laureus World Sports Awards, which were held in Monaco on Monday. Tennis world No. 1, Novak Djokovic won the Best Sportsman of the year award for the 4th time, equalling the record of Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt in the same category. The Serb faced a major blow in February 2018 when he was threatened by a serious elbow injury, for which he had a surgery done. But the 'Stubborn Djokovic,' as his wife Jelena lovingly calls him, not only made his way back to the court but also went on to win two Grand-Slams consecutively, first the US Open in September and recently the Australian Open. © Reuters Jelena added that for her husband, tennis was “not about money or glory but for value and purpose.” The Indian NGO, YUWA, who won the 'Sport For Good' Award this year, is a Jharkhand based NGO which works for girls empowerment. The Sport For Good Award was inaugurated by the great Nelson Mandela, who believed that “sport has the power to change the world.” The motive of the award is to “use the power of sports to end violence, discrimination and disadvantage. Proving that sport can change the world.” The NGO YUWA is owned by a Franz Gastler and Ross Thomson Gastler of America and runs a football program in rural Jharkhand covering approx 450 girls. The girls who have been associated with the program have transformed into coaches while the maximum of them are amateurs. Four girls out of the 450, received the award on behalf of Yuwa in the ceremony held yesterday. © Reuters Before the ceremony, former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, kicked a few balls with the girls and said “They are good technically and want to play together. We used to say football is a sport played by 11 selfish individuals but they play like a team and are highly motivated.” Other than Wenger, five-time Olympic champion swimmer, Missy Franklin was also touched by the story of the young Indian women who made it to the big stage despite factors like challenging factors like child marriage, which are still prevalent in many rural parts of India. The Indian cricket team was the first to bag this award in 2004 with their Pakistani counterpart, for continuing the bilateral series, despite the political tensions between the two nations. © Reuters American gymnast, Simone Biles won the 'Sportswoman of The Year' award for the second time, followed by American tennis champion Naomi Osaka, who won the 'Breakthrough of The Year' award for her Consecutive Grand-Slam wins and reaching the top of the WTA's women's ranking. Where Tiger Woods earned the 'Comeback of the Year' award, Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn and Arsene Wenger were awarded 'Spirit of Sport' and the 'Lifetime Achievement' Award, respectively.
  3. Ladies and gentlemen! The stage is set for two of the best tennis athletes of this generation to go toe to toe, as the 2019 Australian Open (AO) will conclude with the final showdown between Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Spain's Rafael Nadal on Sunday, 27th January 2019. On Thursday, Nadal looked locked in as he won what looked like a very simple semi-final against the Greek marvel Stefanos Tsitsipas, who was probably the biggest surprise of the tournament this year as he defeated the great Roger Federer in four sets in the Round of 16. Ever since the first game, Nadal was looking for the corners to position his shots and to wear down his opponent through the three-set victory. While, on the other hand, Djokovic too looked at home competing against France's Pouille in the semi-final on Friday against France's Lucas Pouille. It was as if Djokovic took control of the French from the first set, dictating his every move with a shot of his own. After winning 6-0, 6-2, 6-2, Djokovic has eyes set on what will be his seventh AO title. Both men go into the #AusOpen final relatively refreshed. Djokovic time on court: 11 hours, 59 minutes Nadal time on court: 12 hours, 11 minutes pic.twitter.com/zxqXMCfT7l — #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 25, 2019 However, there's only one man standing between the Serbian and his 15th Grand Slam and that is the 17x Grand Slam champion specimen of pure strength, the Spanish bull, Rafael Nadal. In the past, the competition between Djokovic (World Rank 1) and Nadal (World Rank 2) has been pretty even as Novak has won 27 games out of the 52 matchups while Nadal has won the remaining 25. This match is going to be a recap of one of the most memorable AO finals, which is recorded as the longest Grand Slam Final match ever. Held in 2012, the match between the two tennis stars lasted for almost six hours and was ultimately won by Djokovic in five entertaining sets with a final score 5–7, 6–4, 6–2, 6–7(5–7), 7–5, in favour of Novak. However, in what is considered to be a comeback tournament for Nadal, who has basically reinvented his game, depending more on technique than power and a new serve, we believe that the odds are stacked in favour of the Spaniard. If Nadal does manage to win against the current World Rank No. 1, it would be his first AO title in 10 years and second overall.
  4. History isn't made every day. It is not a routine occurrence to behold one of the world's leading names in sports, clinch a record win and write their name in the pages of history for the posterity to see. History was made yesterday when Serbian tennis stalwart Novak Djokovic laid claim to the Cincinnati Title against Roger Federer, who had not been beaten on that court since 2013! © Reuters Djokovic on Friday became the first player in the history of world tennis to win all the nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles, thereby claiming the Career Golden Master title. Having laid his hands on the title after an elbow surgery, he stated that this win was “a dream come true” and thanked all his fans and supporters who continued to believe in him over the years. This is also Djokovic's first ever win at Cincinnati after six previous failed attempts when the court was ruled by Roger Federer, who has won this title seven times! Here's what he had to say to the world post his win: A dream come true ðð@CincyTennis #GoldenMasters pic.twitter.com/nb9XL7nw2W — Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole) August 20, 2018 Getting To His First Cincinnati Win Out of the five times, he has made it to the finals, Djokovic lost three to Federer. However, after the stunning comeback post his injury and the revival of his prolific game in the latest match, let us go through a quick overview of Djokovic's performance in the match leading up to the win. © Reuters From the very beginning, one could feel Federer buckle a little under the pressure having saved two break points before winning the first game. Soon enough, Djokovic broke Federer's serve for 4-3, holding to win the opening set. The second set saw Federer start the game at his strongest by quickly clinching a 2-0 lead which propelled Djokovic to up his game and level at 2-2. In one hour, twenty-four minutes, Djokovic earned a decisive break and 4-3 before serving for his first championship point, that led to his victory and helped him claim the historic title of Career Golden Master. A True Sportsman © Reuters Having won all nine Masters titles, Djokovic is now being seen as the hot favourite for the US Open later this year, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer following right after. Post his win, Djokovic, in true sportsman spirit, shared how these two celebrated players have played a key role in his career. He expressed how the two push him to “play (my) best tennis” and help him improve, as well as take account of all that he needs to do, to be the best player in the world. What This Means This win not only makes Novak Djokovic a hot fave in the world of tennis but he might go on to be the man to watch out for in the season's last Slam. Having revealed a few jitters he might have felt during his match against Federer, it could be his previous loses on the court that pushed Djokovic to play his best, but what the fans would rather believe is that it was perhaps his pursuit to become the first man to win all nine Masters titles in the series. © Reuters What this means is that the win emphasises the durability and effectiveness of Djokovic's game. His power to play and win across the surfaces, be it hard courts or clay and even grass, while maintaining his style has been an unrivalled achievement in the recent history of the game. © Reuters Winning all the nine tournaments being a prerequisite, means that every player has to master the art of playing on multiple surfaces and no one besides Novak Djokovic has been able to come through as such an ace all-rounder. The Cincinnati Title has not only given something precious to Djokovic but the entire sporting world has had the chance to witness the man in action. volleying his way to history.
  5. Serbia´s Novak Djokovic kisses the winners the trophy after beating South Africa´s Kevin Anderson 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 in their men´s singles final match on the thirteenth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Novak Djokovic...
  6. Serbia´s Novak Djokovic reacts after winning against Spain´s Rafael Nadal during the continuation of their men´s singles semi-final match on the twelfth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Novak Djokovic is the...
  7. Novak Djokovic celebrates match point during his match against Rafael Nadal on day 12 at All England Lawn and Croquet Club. Photo: Susan Mullane/USA TODAY Sports LONDON: Novak Djokovic envies Kevin Anderson the extra night?s sleep he?ll have...
  8. Serbia´s Novak Djokovic returns against Spain´s Rafael Nadal during the continuation of their men´s singles semi-final match on the twelfth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Novak Djokovic reached his fifth Wimbledon...
  9. The semi-final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will resume at 1pm (1200GMT), organisers said, and under the roof as those were the conditions in which it began. Photo: AFP3LONDON: Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will resume their Wimbledon...
  10. South Africa´s Kevin Anderson reacts after winning against US player John Isner during the final set tie-break of their men´s singles semi-final match at Wimbledon, July 13, 2018. Anderson won the match 7-6, 6-7, 6-7, 6-4, 26-24. Photo:...
  11. Serbia´s Novak Djokovic celebrates after beating Japan´s Kei Nishikori 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 during their men´s singles quarter-finals match on the ninth day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships. Photo: AFP LONDON: Three-time champion Novak...
  12. Moving on: Novak Djokovic celebrates after beating Karen Khachanov to reach the quarter-finals. PHoto: AFPLONDON: Novak Djokovic insists it's only fair that he should play his Wimbledon quarter-final on Centre Court on Wednesday, handing the All...
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