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Tokyo Olympics, Ryder Cup, F1, the return of Wimbledon, UEFA Euro 2021, the Superbowl: a year full of sport, but what are the events? The Superbowl LV takes place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa and will be the most watched media event of the year.

The Kansas City Chiefs hold the title. With the Australian Open the great tennis will return from Melbourne for the first Grand Slam of the season, postponed compared to usual due to the health emergency, with the players who will have to carry out a mandatory 14-day quarantine to be at the start of the tournament.

I taly hosts the climax of the ski season with the Cortina World Championships. During the 14 days of the event, skiers from 70 nations will compete for 13 world titles in downhill, super G, giant, slalom, combined alpine and, for the first time, individual parallel.

In March there will be the 36th edition of the America's Cup. Defender Team New Zealand at sea, to be defined the opponent. Luna Rossa wants to bring the America's Cup to Italy for the first time in history. The new F1 season also begins with the Australian GP.

Lewis Hamilton is on the hunt for the eighth title, the Ferrari seeking redemption with the graft of Sainz and the confirmation of Leclerc and the debut of Mick Schumacher in the Circus. At the end of March also the MotoGP with the Qatar GP.

The condition of Marc Marquez, who is recovering after last year's arm injury, needs to be verified. Joan Mir defends the title on Suzuki.


The Main Event or in any case the most anticipated match of Wrestelmania 37 could however be the one for the title of WWE Champion.

The Giro d'Italia returns in the spring. The path has yet to be defined. The British Tao Geoghegan Hart defends the pink jersey. The UEFA Europa League final will take place on 26 May and the highly anticipated UEFA Champions League final on 29 May.

From June 5th the NBA Finals: Among the favorites the Lakers of LeBron James, the Clippers of Leonard and George, the Warriors of Curry and the Bucks of Antetokounmpo.
UEFA Euro 2021 kicks off on 11 June. A long race that will bring the two best European national teams to the final, scheduled for Wembley, London.

One of the most anticipated events of the year is certainly Wimbledon, from 28 June. The most glamorous appointment in world tennis will return after the postponement of 2020, two years after the historic five-hour final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

One year late, the Tokyo Olympic Games kick off with the opening ceremony at the New Olympic Stadium. Over 11 thousand athletes will compete in 33 sports and 49 disciplines, with 339 competitions scheduled. There will be no Russia, excluded for the well-known doping affair.

After the triumph of Paris in 2018, the most fascinating round of golf is back, the Ryder Cup, which sees the eternal challenge between the USA and Europe. On the alternation principle, they will be played one year late, at Whistling Straits, Haven in Wisconsin.

Italy will host the ATP Finals 2021. The eight best players of the year on the court at the PalaAlpitour in Turin. Reigning champion the Russian Daniil Medvedev.