The Australian Open starts again in a couple of days with this year marking the 107th edition of the competition. The Australian Open 2019 will run for just two weeks with the Grand Slam being played between the 14th and 27th of January. Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki will be looking to defend their titles at Melbourne Park but face fierce competition from the likes of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Roger Federer for men, and Serena Williams and Simona Halep for women.
The World Cup is just a month away and we, as all die-hard football fans, are on the road to Russia. The FIFA World Cup in Russia kicks off on June 14th at Moscow’s famous Luzhniki Stadium, where the hosts Russia, led by Stanislav Cherchesov, will face Juan Antonio Pizzi’s Saudi Arabia. This edition of the event will be the first ever to be held in Eastern Europe, and we will all have our pulse quickened until July 15th, when the international football tournament will close.