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Five Must Watch Sports Events Still to Come In 2022

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So far in 2022, we have witnessed some amazing sports events, from the Winter Olympic Games in Bejing up to the Wimbledon Championship. But, in the next few months of this year, sports fans are in for a treat as they will get to enjoy even more spectacular sporting events.The bettors can also enjoy the events that follow with bets that can be placed using the SBK promo code. In this article, we will reveal the five must-watch sports events that are yet to come in 2022.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup

Football fans from all around the world can wait for the long-awaited 2022 FIFA World Cup to begin. This will be the first FIFA World Cup to be held in winter in the Northern Hemisphere, as it will take place in Qatar, where the summer temperature is far too high for a football match to take place.

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will start on the 20th of November and it will last until the 18th of December. It will be the last tournament to feature the standard 32 teams, as the next World Cup will have 48 teams. The ultimate favourite for winning the 2022 World Cup is Brazil, followed by France and England.

It is worth noting that the last World Cup had over 3.5 billion TV viewership, which makes it the second most viewed sports event in history. Many believe that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will surpass that record.

The US Open

Another great sports event that is yet to take place is the US Open, which is the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the year. This tennis tournament will be held in New York where it is set to begin on August 29th. The final for the US Open has been scheduled for the 11th of September.

The US Open is one of the oldest tennis championships in the world where the first tournament took place in August 1881. Some major stars will be missing out this year in the US Open such as Roger Federer, Alexander Zverev, and possibly Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal, and Novak Djokovic. Serena Williams also announced her retirement from the US Open and playing professional tennis altogether.

Despite missing out on several star players, the US Open can still provide the fans with some incredible matches.

The 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup

The 2022 ICU Men’s T20 World Cup will be the 8th ICC Men’s T20 World Cup tournament. It will take place between October and November in Australia and it will host 16 teams. The final of the most exciting form of cricket will take place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the 13th of November.

This highly anticipated tournament was originally scheduled to be held in 2020, but it was postponed as a result of the pandemic. The hosts Australia are the defending champions of this tournament, which makes them one of the favourites to win the 2022 ICU Men’s T20 World Cup.

Super League Grand Final

Every British rugby fan is anxious to see whether St. Helens will defend the Super League title on the 24th of September at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester. The Super League Grand Final is the deciding game in the Super League competition.St. Helens have won in the Super League Grand Final for three consecutive years and winning it this year will make them the team with the most titles in the Super League. The 2022 Super League Grand Final will be the 25th Grand Final and the competition is hotter than ever.

Women’s Rugby World Cup

The Women’s Rugby World Cup is set to begin on the 8th of October in New Zealand. It will be the 9th edition of the tournament and the 1st to be organized in New Zealand and by a country that is located in the Southern Hemisphere.

New Zealand is also the defending champions and is aiming to win their record 6th Women’s Rugby Cup. Apart from the host, the England team is also considered to be amongst the favourites for winning the World Cup this year. There were some positive changes made to the format of this tournament, which allows the teams to have a five-day rest period between matches.

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