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World Sports Journalist Day 2022: List of top 10 Sports Journalist across world

World Sports Journalist Day 2022 is celebrated every year on July 2 to honor sports journalists around the world, who bring the world of sports closer to their audiences. Let us introduce you to the most famous sports media journalists across the globe on World Sports Journalists Day 2022.

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World Sports Journalist Day 2022

World Sports Journalist Day 2022 is celebrated every year on July 2 to honor sports journalists around the world, who bring the world of sports closer to their audiences. Sports journalism is a form of reporting that deals with any subject related to sports. It includes writing presentations editing, and many more.

Without sports media journalists, one may say that sports are incomplete without them. People in the sports media, cover sporting events all around the world and highlight how intriguing the profession is for individuals who wish to be involved in sports anyhow.

Let us introduce you to the most famous sports media journalists across the globe on World Sports Journalists Day 2022.

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Check out the list of top 10 Sports Media Personalities:

Most Famous Sports Journalists

Sushil Doshi:

Sushil Doshi is also called Sushil Kumar Jain. Sushil is an Indian journalist who is a writer, and sports commentator. He was the first to commentate on cricket in Hindi.

Jatin Sapru

Mayanti Langer

Sanjeeb Mukherjee

Kadambari Murali

Colin Cowherd, Fox Sports

Stephen A. Smith, ESPN

Clay Travis, Fox Sports

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Matthew Berry, ESPN

Skip Bayless, Fox Sports

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The Great Khali cries in front of paparazzi, here’s everything you need to know

The Great Khali aka Dalip Singh Rana left fans perplexed and in shock after the paparazzi photographed him sobbing. The incident took place when he was asked about his plans, for his birthday. Khali’s video went viral on social media for crying in front of the photographers.

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One of the biggest names in the world and the WWE Hall of Famer The Great Khali aka Dalip Singh Rana left fans perplexed and in shock after the paparazzi photographed him sobbing. The incident took place when he was asked about his plans, for his birthday. Khali’s video went viral on social media for crying in front of the paparazzi.

The Great Khali, a former WWE star, was recently spotted outside of his gym. The wrestler first looked joyful as he approached the photographers and greeted each of them. However, when some photographers began questioning him about his birthday celebrations, he gets sad and starts crying. The wrestler began to walk away from the paparazzi while wiping away his tears.

Many of his followers began to wonder what made him cry as soon as the video went viral on the internet. Soon the video went viral, fans started commenting such as Sir kya hua, Who wounded him?, The crying Khali, etc.

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Khali Crying Video

The former WWE star, who will turn 50 on this August 27, 2022, has undoubtedly left everyone in shock following his emotional breakdown when questioned about the upcoming birthday.

Moreover, Khali is undoubtely one of the most well-known Indian wrestlers in the history of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).

Dalip Singh Rana (Khali) was born in Dhiraina, Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, and has acromegaly, which is why he is gigantic and has a protruding chin.

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Ahead of upcoming India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2022 match, Babar Azam says pressure is always there

The limited number of head-to-head matches between the arch rivals in the last decade has further increased the importance of the face-off between the two sides.

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Virat Kohli and Babar Azam

India and Pakistan, the two biggest cricket rivals, are set to face off against each other in Asia Cup on August 28 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The India-Pakistan match is one of the most awaited encounters in the field of cricket as the fans rarely witness this rivalry on the field because the two teams haven’t played any bilateral series since January 2013.

In such a case, the two arch-rivals only met with each other in ICC events like Asia Cup and T20 World Cup which give the fans a chance to cheer for their respective teams in the high-value match.

Ahead of the upcoming India-Pakistan match in Asia Cup 2022, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is not shy in admitting that the India-Pakistan game has always been a pressure game. The pressure is always there, he admitted it during an interaction with journalists.

Responding to the question that Pakistani players are under huge pressure ahead of much awaited India Pakistan encounter in the upcoming Asia Cup, Babar said yes, obviously the pressure is different in the high voltage encounter.

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Pakistan will try to play it like a normal match only as the team did in T20 World Cup 2021 which is to focus on the game and believe in the team. This time too the Pakistan players are going to give their best. The effort is in the player’s hands but the result is not, he said.

The limited number of head-to-head matches in the last decade has further increased the importance of the face-off between the two sides.

Squads For Asia Cup 2022

India

Rohit Sharma (Captain), KL Rahul (vice-captain), Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Deepak Hooda, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), Dinesh Karthik (wicket-keeper), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, R. Ashwin, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravi Bishnoi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh, Avesh Khan

Pakistan

Babar Azam (captain), Shadab Khan (vice-captain), Asif Ali, Fakhar Zaman, Haider Ali, Haris Rauf, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Mohammad Nawaz, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim Jnr, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Shahnawaz Dahani, and Usman Qadir.

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FIFA World Cup to begin a day early on November 20, Qatar to take on Ecuador

As per the previous schedule, the FIFA World Cup host Qatar had scheduled to play against Ecuador in the inauguration match on November 21

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FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup will begin one day earlier than its official schedule, the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) officially announced on Thursday.

The opening match and ceremony of this year’s tournament at Al Bayt Stadium have been brought forward one day following a unanimous decision taken by the Bureau of the FIFA Council. Host country Qatar will now play Ecuador on Sunday 20 November as part of a stand-alone event, FIFA, the Football governing body confirmed the changes in its statement.

The decision has been taken by FIFA saying that it followed an assessment of the competition and operational implications and consultations with stakeholders and the host nation.

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As per the previous schedule, the FIFA host Qatar was set to play against Ecuador in the inaugural match on November 21 but Senegal vs Netherland would be the first match of the day. England against Iran would have been second.

Football’s top officials universally approved the decision, FIFA said in a statement while Qatar said it would give unspecified help to fans affected by the change. Qatar had also been frustrated as it has invested in a huge opening ceremony show.

The opening ceremony and first game will take place at the 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, north of the Qatari capital Doha.

Instead of Saturday, the 100-day countdown to the FIFA World Cup opening match started on Friday. This year’s edition brings the World Cup to the Arab World for the first time.

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