This Summer has been a great one for sports fans and Sunday 14th July is no exception; with the ICC Cricket World Cup Final, Wimbledon Finals and the F1 British Grand Prix all taking place.

F1 British Grand Prix

One of the most anticipated races of the Formula 1 season this year is the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Last year saw Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel win the race with Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton only managing second place in front of his home crowd. Hamilton has had a great start to the 2019 season so far winning six of the nine races and topping the driver's standings with 197 points.

Rival Vettel has yet to have a win this season and he will be hoping to replicate his success from 2018, but young teammate Charles Leclerc is definitely going to put the pressure on to get his first Formula 1 victory. Mercedes have certainly dominated the 2019 season winning every race, but this soon came to an end when Red Bull's Max Verstappen took victory at his home race, but can he do it again at the British Grand Prix? 

Securing Pole Position is vital for this race and Valtteri Bottas beat teammate Lewis Hamilton by 0.006s to achieve this. Who will take podium this time around?

ICC Cricket World Cup Final

After an intense first few games, we had our Semi-Finalists for the Cricket World Cup. At the top of the table was India who won 7 of their first 9 games, only losing to England where the hosts beat them by just 31 runs. India faced fourth-placed team New Zealand at Old Trafford Cricket Ground in a tense semi-final that crossed over two days. New Zealand were first up to bat scoring 239 runs, after rain delays India couldn't make up the difference and finished with 221 all out, leaving New Zealand to take the first semi-final by just 18 runs.

The second two teams to make it into the Semi-Finals were Australia and England. After winning, then suffering three losses, England needed to beat India and New Zealand in their final two games. With a narrow victory against India and a massive victory against New Zealand with 119 runs, England finished 3rd on the table and secured themselves a place in the Semi-Final. Australia won 7 of their 9 games, only losing to India and South Africa, to finish second leading them to face England at Edgbaston. When the two teams went head-to-head at Edgbaston, England won by 8 wickets to make it through to the Final at their home World Cup tournament. 

Wimbledon Final

This year's Wimbledon Championships saw Andy Murray return to the court with newly appointed doubles partner Serena Williams, although the pair didn't make it past the Last 16 round, Williams made it to the Ladies' semi-finals to take on Barbora Strycova, Serena Williams won and went on to face Simona Halep in the finals. Despite Serena competing for a record 24th Grand Slam title, her opponent Simona managed to acheive victory this time around with a 6-2 6-2 final score landing her first Wimbledon win. 

In the Men's Semi-Finals Novak Djokovic was first up on Centre Court to face Bautista Agut, whilst in the second Semi-Final another battle was set to take place between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Moving forward into the Men's Final are  Novak Djokovic, who is fighting for his 5th win at Wimbledon, and Roger Federer, who is battling for his 9th win at the famous Championships. 

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