Today’s latest sports news Wednesday, July 14



The latest news today, in the best headlines of the day that ABC makes available to its readers. All the news of Wednesday, July 14 with a complete summary that you cannot miss:

70% of the Second and Third RFEF clubs could not be promoted due to the new federative regulations

A study carried out by ProLiga, an association that brings together more than 250 clubs, shows that 81.1% of the teams of second RFEF they would have to reform their stadium in case of being promoted to First RFEF during the next season. In the case of Third RFEF, the percentage of clubs that should undertake changes in their facilities in the event of promotion to the next category is 57.3%.

Federer says goodbye to the Olympics

Roger Federer has confirmed this afternoon that he will not be at the Tokyo Olympics due to the discomfort in his knee that he has been dragging throughout the grass season. The Swiss tennis player has issued a statement on his networks explaining his decision in addition to ensuring that he has already started the recovery to return “this summer.” At 39 years old, Tokyo was presented as the last chance for Federer to play the most important sporting event on the planet, one that he has finally had to give up.

Laporta, an iron hand at Barça

Does not want Joan Laporta that nothing and no one alter the roadmap that he has drawn up to straighten out the club’s financial situation. “The players took advantage of past circumstances,” he denounced recently during the assembly of delegates and is not willing to tolerate the measures of force to which they have become accustomed in the locker room to see their claims fulfilled. The last example is that of Ilaix Moriba, one of the pearls of the Barça youth squad, which has rejected a downward renewal offer and threatens to leave free in June 2022, as did Éric García (Manchester City), Takefusha Kubo (Real Madrid) or Xavi Simmons (PSG), for recalling some recent cases.

Orlando Ortega joins the protests for the freedom of Cuba

Orlando Ortega, one of the most successful Spanish fins in recent years, has joined the protests against the Cuban regime that have been raging in the Caribbean country through his social networks. “Cuba belongs to the Cubans”The athlete, born 29 years ago in the Cuban town of Artemisa, wrote on his twitter account and has competed since 2016 under the Spanish flag, the year in which he was nationalized.

Jon Rahm: «Now I no longer play for myself, I play for my son»

The British Open is every summer an essential date for Spanish golf. Since Severiano Ballesteros He got his first Jug of Claret in 1979 a love relationship was established with this tournament that on Sunday can culminate with another great success. Despite the fact that the Cantabrian repeated triumphs in 1984 and 1988, until now no other Spanish player has been able to match him, which is a special challenge for the fittest Hispanic of the moment: Jon Rahm.

Konrad insists until he wins on a placid day for Pogacar

The Austrian Cyclist Patrick Konrad (BORA-Hansgrohe) has won this Tuesday the sixteenth stage of the Tour de France, disputed between El Pas de la Casa (Andorra) and Saint-Gaudens over 169 kilometers, in an insistence after being second in this edition that has finally given him the victory, in a day without attacks on leader Tadej Pogacar (UAE-Team Emirates).

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