New hope associates with New Year, Challenges from Tokyo Olympics till Cricket World Cup
New hope associates with New Year, Challenges from Tokyo Olympics till Cricket World Cup

The New Year 2020 has brought new hopes and challenges for the Indian sports world. Last year, the Indian cricket team under the leadership of Virat was burning. World champions like MC Mary Kom, PV Sindhu and Pankaj Advani maintained their luster, while young players like shooter Manu Bhakar, Saurabh Chaudhary, boxer Amit Panghal and wrestler Deepak Punia have given new hope to their performances. The Olympic Games are to be held in Tokyo this year where the Indian contingent would like to leave the Rio Olympics performance behind. The craze of cricket is going to go head-on this year because the month of October-November will be named after the T20 World Cup in Australia. The Under-19 Cricket World Cup is taking place at the beginning of the year. In November itself, the girls' Under-17 FIFA World Cup will be played in the country, where the Asian Championship of Wrestling, World Cup of shooting is also being organized in the country this year.

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Cricket, do it in the World Cup fist: According to media reports, Team India was the most potent contender to win the One Day World Cup in 2019, but New Zealand did not let their dream come true by beating in the semi-finals. India is also considered a strong contender for the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia from October 18 to November 15. Preparations have already started for the World Cup and experiments for team combination have started. After winning the first T20 World Cup under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni in 2007, Team India has not been given the chance to become a world winner in this edition of cricket till date.

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Team India will face a big challenge to win this World Cup. Prior to this, Priyam Garg's team will try to replicate the success of Prithvi Shaw in the Under-19 World Cup to be held in South Africa from 17 January 2020. The senior team is not going to play any Test match in the country this year. In January, he has to tour New Zealand and at the end of the year, he has to play with Australia. There is also Asia Cup in September. It is scheduled to be held in UAE in Pakistan.

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