Davis Cup champions, of the Great Britain, would be traveling to Belgrade for the quarter-final that is to be played against Serbia one week after Wimbledon. This time, a chance has been given to Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray to battle for their national teams. The event is about to take place between 15 and 17 of July with 6100 seats at Tasmajdan stadium. At the Rio of Olympics during August, the two different ambitious players such as Murray with committed seriousness towards Olympic and Djokovic, who usually plays inside her home city will take part. This is the only time where Serbia and Great Britain compete with each other. It is definitely an exciting contest which has to be encouraged.
Shane Sutton, technical director of British Cycling’s, has refused the statement that the sprinter Jess Varnish has been dropped as she has criticized her coaches during early March followed by the failure of the women’s sprint duo’s team to qualify for the Rio Olympics, and Varnish has dropped down on performance grounds. This is a programme which is evidence-based, and you can prove it by taking away the emotion, where the evidence says the truth. Also, Varnish has been informed in late March that her Olympic contract couldn’t be renewed as she along with her teammate missed the top position while achieved the fifth position at London world championship. This is the impact of her bad performance.
Russian Federation has declared changes its desires that will fix the reliability of its anti-doping body and will allow its sporting group to contend at the Rio Olympic activities. Russia was revoked by the International Association of Athletics Federation last November after being charged with “state-sponsored” doping in a study requested by the World Anti-Doping Organization. All Russian athletes aiming to contend in Rio in August will have to go through at least three separate anti-doping manages before the Olympic Games, the Russia secretary of state for game declared on Wednesday. Clean athletes’ goals must not be permitted to be damaged because of other the errors of someone else.