Rugby World Cup to Golf: All the sporting events for the rest of 2019
Whether you like it or not, the annual sporting calendar is basically never ending, watch one event and there will surely be another around the corner.
Here are the biggest events you best tune into:
The Open Championship
July 18 - 21
One of the four major championships in golf, The British Open or The Open Championship stands as the oldest of these four.
If one of the things you admire about Wimbledon is the charm and decorum of the whole thing, chances are you’re going to enjoy the immaculate courses in The Open.
Unlike some team sports on the list, this game has you rooting for specific players, often meaning anything can happen if someone has a stellar day.
It stands as one of the most important events in the golfing world, which means some of the best players and most beautiful golf courses.
Rory Mcllroy, ranked world number three, Francesco Molinari, the previous Cup winner, Brooks Koepka, rank one, Justin Rose, Olympic champ, and Tiger Woods are all people to keep an eye on at this highly prestigious weekend.
Ashes Test series
August 1 - September 16
The Cricket World Cup has been and gone but the Ashes Test series is just around the corner. One of the longet grudge matches in history, lasting hundreds of years.
The Ashes is a fan favourite, England v Australia in a long game of test cricket, Australia currently have the edge in wins, though England's win the World Cup may give them hope. Either way, it's certainly worth a watch if you're a cricket fan.
Lasting over a month, the test series is the longest format of the game and seen as the ultimate test of skill, in many regards, the Ashes is more prestigious than the World Cup for the two teams.
Starts August 10
The Premier League is the highest level of English football, it is an event containing 20 of the country's top football clubs. It also stands as one of the most watched sporting events in the world.
Out of the 20 teams, there is a colloquial term known as the 'Big Six', which is the top six teams in terms of performance during the League. These teams are Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.
As it stands, Manchester United have the most Premier wins, clocking in at 13, with Chelsea coming in second with five and Manchester City with four.
Rugby World Cup
September 20 - November 2
Hosted every four years, this time in Japan, the Rugby World Cup is unsurprisingly the most prestigious rugby event of them all.
It comprises 20 teams, with New Zealand holding the most wins and currently the previous win.
South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and England have all won in the past, and thanks to the seeding, we'll probably see some of those teams facing each other throughout the event.
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
How could we not mention the F1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi?
If the prospect of seeing the world's greatest racers dart around the Yas Marina isn't good enough. The Killers are also playing a concert during the ceremony so you should really tune in.
It's a wide track with a lot of straights, which means a lot of high speed.