When Mickelson is about to rematch

People who are considered the world golf monument have worked hard and overcome weaknesses to wait for the day to return to the top arena.
On June 16, Mickelson will turn 50. After 28 years of professional play, he owns five major in 44 PGA Tour titles and 10 European Tour Cups and is a member of the “World Golf Hall of Fame“.
At the age of 50, this American golfer has qualified for the PGA Tour Champions. But he hadn’t thought of that. For Phil, the current goal is still the first-class system, and the immediate future is to pair up with Tom Brady in the competition with Tiger Woods – Peyton Manning in The Match for the second period. The event took place on the Medalist yard in Hobe Sound, Florida, at dawn on May 25, in Hanoi time.

Mickelson sẵn sàng cho ngày trở lại với màn đọ tài Tiger Woods ngày mai. Ảnh: USA Today. 

“I practice the tee shot a lot, and I’m really excited about the result. I no longer miss the left hand and don’t have to exercise a lot to keep the clubface perpendicular when touching the ball,” Mickelson revealed in the chapter. The latest Callaway podcast. Although not described in detail, the player said he made minor adjustments to the driver’s head with softer rolling and the ball was, therefore, more straight
In the Medalist confrontation, the first nine golf courses follow a four-ball format – each hitting his own ball until the end of the hole, while the next nine are foursome-style – alternately hitting the ball to the end.
Mickelson considered his team worse, because Medalist was Woods’ home ground, and Brady was weaker due to a higher handicap than Manning.
“I have nothing to lose. And for me, this competition is a bit funny. Because we want to play in another field, but Tiger insists on fighting at home. I understand why. He wants to take advantage of it.” advantage as much as possible, then choose someone with a lower handicap Peyton has a handicap of 4 and I have to get Brady with a handicap 8. But that’s okay, since I’m the defending champion, I have to prove my bravery. “We all want him to win, but my team is very comfortable. We will give him a sad memory,” Mickelson commented earlier this week with an ironic expression that seemed to spark a fight.

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Mickelson is notorious for short-throw shots. And Brady has a poor service, but is fine on the server. With personal talent and the status quo of personnel, Mikelson may have to rely on tactics in the second half. At that time, giving Brady more tee shot, regardless of the accuracy, then Mickelson used the top iron rod to get a birdie chance for his teammates. If Brady attacks the green, Mickelson uses a short-game forte.
PGA Tour is scheduled to return from June 11 with the Charles Schwab Challenge in Texas. Mickelson planned this tournament and the RBC Heritage in South Carolina a week later. In preparation for the return day, Mickelson began to practice walking in the backyard four weeks ago after many days without a chance to use it because of the disease.
Over the past two weeks, he stepped up into the field, hitting 36 holes a day in a walking or tramway. The venue is Rancho Santa Fe or The Farms or Bear Creek Golf Club.
“It takes a while to know why we like it and remember it. It is great to be able to come back to the course. They are beautiful. I think the golf course is one of the safest places for us to get out of the mail. relax with measures to keep distance and sunlight above, “Mickelson said about the feeling of being on the pitch after the reluctance period of detention. Driver sticks are a weakness of Mickelson because on average, every year at the PGA Tour, the fairway hit rate is just over 50%. And in the last five years, his position in this technical charts are 161, 163, 162, 189 and 185. This season, he is somewhat improved, with the 182 positions.
From the beginning of the year to the time when the PGA Tour was closed due to the epidemic on March 12, Mickelson had four unqualified visits, besides the final third place at Pebble Beach Pro-Am. In this tournament, he had a chance to win the championship but fell down to the final stage with a score of 74 sticks.

Covid-19 – ‘marathon thief’ of April

A series of major marathons in April had to be delayed or canceled due to the influence of Covid-19.
The world sport is holding its breath watching the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic with a series of major events that have been postponed or canceled. Marathon runners are no exception, especially this April.
London Marathon is one of the six most prestigious annual running events on the planet, besides the tournaments in Boston, New York, Chicago, London, and Tokyo, belonging to the World Marathon Majors (WMM) system. The London run this year was supposed to take place on April 26 with the expected run by the Joggers between Eliud Kipchoge, Kenyan, and Kenenisa Bekele, Ethiopian. These are the world’s top two full marathon running legs (42,195 kilometers).

Dịch bệnh kiến cộng đồng chạy bộ thế giới lỡ dịp xem Kipchoge khoe tài trên đường chạy London Marathon hôm 26/4. Ảnh: Reuters.

Kipchoge used to cost a lot of sports newspapers when he became the first to run a marathon sub2 (under two hours) in October 2019 during the INEOS 1:59 Challenge at Vienna, Austria. This foot runner born in 1984 is holding a world record with 2 hours 1 minute 39 seconds, set at the Berlin Marathon 2018.
A year later, at the Berlin Marathon 2019, Bekele – an athlete born in 1982 – finished first in 2 hours 1 minute 41 seconds. This year’s London Marathon will be the 20th encounter at major leagues around the world, but only the fifth between Bekele and Kipchoge within 6 major.

Covid-19 also significantly influenced the training process of the world’s leading marathon runners.
“I’m still training to keep up my pace. However, you can’t train alone and then get to your best state. Mentally, if you run alone for an hour, you will feel depressed because of loneliness. I practicing with the team for the past 15 years and feeling alone is really crazy, uncomfortable at all. But safety is my number one priority, “Kipchoge shared on Runner’s World.
Bekele faced similar challenges. He said: “Running alone is not comfortable while not being allowed to run many people. I try to stay in shape, but it really does not work. I pray it will end soon. I run 4-5 days every day. week, alone in the forest. Most of the time I spend with my family. Everything’s fine. It’s sad to hear that many people are infected with nCoVid in the US and Europe. “

Two thousand athletes who ran the news of the London Marathon, if it went as planned, would be very fierce. But both also admitted to not being able to finish in less than 2 hours, partly because the weather could be unfavorable.
The London Marathon is scheduled to be held on October 4, and the tournament’s CEO, Hugh Brasher, said on April 26 that the organizers are considering a plan to reduce the scale, exclusively for professional runners. Brasher also did not confirm whether Kipchoge and Bekele had registered for the race in October.

Lesege về nhất trên đường chạy full marathon của Tokyo Marathon 2020 sáng 1/3. Ảnh: Tokyo Marathon.


By now, the Tokyo Marathon is the only major to take place on schedule, on March 1. But because of the concern that Covid-19 spread, the organizers were limited to just 200 professional athletes participating, instead of expanding to the entire 38,000 people on the registration list. Birhanu Lesage, running in Ethiopia, came first with 2 hours 4 minutes 15 seconds.

Athletes conquer the world with the ‘big dream’ story (Part 1)

Lionel Messi, Novak Djokovic, LeBron James are cherishing big dreams, experiencing the difficulties and challenges of fate.
With courage, determination, and a heart full of passion, they have overcome and achieved the current achievements.

Painful every night from supplemental hormone injections, little Leo still rolls socks and torn bags to practice playing alone

Considered one of the best players of all time, the owner of many noble titles such as the 2009 European Golden Ball, FIFA 2009 Player of the Year, FIFA Golden Ball 2010, 2011 , 2012 and 2015, but Lionel Messi has gone through numerous challenges to achieve today’s results.

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In childhood, Messi suffered from growth hormone disorders, causing the body to grow more slowly than their peers.

From the age of 8, Leo (Messi’s intimate name – PV) has started to inject additional hormones. The family is not well-off, the cost of treating each month is not small, plus the painful treatment process, the need to make friends with the nightly injections has become the obsession of the young man.
“I have to have one shot every night, starting at 8 years old. It is a habit and something I must do. “
Pain could not stop Messi’s passion for the ball. Despite his physical weakness, despite his family’s poverty, the young Leo was repeatedly spotted wrapping socks and torn bags to play alone.
In 2001, Barcelona appeared. The football genius’s first contract was signed on a tissue paper, with three attendees including his father, Josep Minguella, and former Carles Rexach.
The team accepted to bring both Messi and his family to Spain and to pay the full amount of treatment with the most advanced methods.

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“My career is not always perfect. There are also dark days, improper matches, some injuries at the wrong time, but because I know what I want, what I want, what to do. At that time, those difficulties and failures were just experiences. They even make me more determined, ”Messi told the New York Times in an interview in 2016.
Efforts to overcome difficulties, smash physical pain, at any cost to conquer challenges, dare to dream to achieve dreams, win the fate of injustice have created a genius Lionel Messi with roads Art ball on the football field today.

Top 3 best athletes in the world

Some of the legends of the sports world, some of them have stopped playing, some are still devoted, each in a different field but outstanding achievements and their influence on the sport. World sports have been recorded in history.

Roger Federer (tennis)

Roger Federer was born in 1981, he is a professional Swiss tennis player called with many nicknames such as an express train, the record king or the Everest peak of the world tennis village.

He is a rare case that receives the consent of most experts who claim to be the best tennis player of all time. With 17 Grand Slam titles and more than 300 weeks in the # 1 position in the world, Federer leaves behind opponents a great distance.

With almost no weaknesses, this tennis legend has set the mark for world tennis with a graceful and sophisticated style that is extremely effective.

Over the years, he has been loved by fans all over the world for his elegance and he is considered the most luxurious symbol of world sport.

Maradona (soccer)

Born in 1960, Argentine football genius Diego Maradona is considered the greatest player of all time in the sport of kings. He was awarded the Player of the Century in the admiration of world fans.

The biggest achievement of Diego Maradona’s career was the 1986 World Cup championship. The Argentina captain shone throughout the tournament and scored 5 goals. Maradona is the player who left the boldest mark in the minds of king sports lovers around the world in the past 50 years. Of the 10 best goals of all time, Maradona has 2 goals.

He is also considered one of the most controversial figures in the sports world. He was suspended for 15 months in 1991 after being discovered to use illegal substances. Nevertheless, Maradona is still worshiped by millions of football fans from around the world.

Michael Jordan (basketball)

Michael Jeffrey Jordan was born in 1963, is a world famous American professional basketball player. He is considered one of the greatest basketball players of all time. Joining the Chicago Bulls at the age of 21, Jordan and the same club dominated the American Basketball League (NBA) during the 1980s and 1990s with two hat-trick NBA champions.

The highlight of Jordan is the ability to throw super basketball and excellent defensive skills along with the ability to jump and handle the ball for a long time in the air that fans have given him the name Air Jordan.

Jordan is also the person who promotes the image of the NBA to the North American public and the whole world. Jordan has turned basketball into a sport that is only for a small group of tall players to become a culture that combines fashion, music, cinema and other fields