London. British tennis player Emma Radukanu has been named the BBC’s Player of the Year.
He won the US Open in September, becoming the first qualifier to win a Grand Slam in history. In addition, he won without losing a set, the last time Virginia Wade won against the English in 1977.
Tom Daly (diving) and Adam Beatty (swimming) also applied for the award.
The 19-year-old tennis player said, “It’s a great honor to be nominated and it’s so good to win. ‘
The England national football team was awarded for their performance at EURO 2020. The team reached the final of the Grand Prix for the first time since the 1966 World Cup, and its coach Gereth Southgate won the Best Coach award.
American gymnast Simon Byles wins Lifetime Achievement Award He has dominated the sport since 2011, but resigned from five of Tokyo’s five Olympic finals due to mental illness. After the Olympics, he received recognition from athletes around the world for describing mental health issues.
2021 Sports Star Jackie Rachel Blackmore is the first woman to win the Great National Steeplechase in Liverpool.
Thirteen-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown, a bronze Olympian from Tokyo, is a young British woman who has won an Olympic medal. This information was provided by the DPA.
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