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World of Sports Top Stories || 'Messi Is Trying To Stay In Barcelona' | Saudi Prince Decides To Buy French Club | Novak Breaks Roger Record | Japanese Oppose Allowing Foreign Spectators To The Olympics | Gymnastics World Cup Canceled

The new president of the Spanish football club Barcelona, John Liprota, has said that he will try to keep Lionel Messi a part of the club. John Liprota has been elected president of Barcelona with more than 54% of the vote. Liprota and Messi have known each other for a long time, having previously been president of the club from 2003 to 2010. The newly elected president of Barcelona said that it was obvious that Lionel Messi voted in the election and it shows how much he loves the club. Speaking at a press conference, he said that Messi made his debut for Barcelona's youth team 20 years ago today, and the fact that the world's best footballer came to vote today is a testament to his love for the club. "I hope Lionel Messi stays with the club and that's what we all want," he said.

Prince Abdullah bin Musaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia has decided to buy a French football club. Saudi Prince Abdullah bin Masaad is keen on football and has already bought football teams in several countries. He has previously bought English Football League team Sheffield United and Belgium's Brecht Club. In addition, the Saudi prince has also bought India's Kerala United Club. Now the Saudi prince has expressed interest in buying French football's second division club Shatogo. In his recent interview, he said that talks have been going on for a long time to buy the Shatogo club. "I was happy to invest in England and Belgium but I have an emotional connection to France because I have childhood memories here," he said. The Saudi prince says he loves money and sports. It should be noted that according to an estimate, the wealth of Saudi Prince Abdullah bin Musaad is estimated at 200 million Euros. Experts say the French club's sales are estimated at 2.8 million euros. 

World-renowned tennis star Novak Djokovic has been named the world's longest-serving tennis player. Serbia's Novak Djokovic holds the number one position in the rankings for 311 weeks, breaking the record held by Switzerland's Roger Federer, who has held the number one position for 310 weeks. The Serbian tennis star snatched the first position from Spain's Rafael Nadal in February 2020, after which he is still in that position and before that he has held the first position five times in a year. Novak Djokovic, in a post on Twitter, expressed happiness over his new record, calling today a big day. In a statement, Djokovic said he was happy to follow in the footsteps of the great tennis players. Making room with these people was my childhood dream, and I've learned that if you do something with hard work and passion, something is possible," he said. Novak Djokovic, 33, has won 18 Grand Slam titles and won the Australian Open in February. In addition, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have won 20, 20 Grand Slams, and Roger Federer is 40 and Nadal is 34.

According to a poll in Japan, 75% of Japanese are against the participation of foreign spectators in the Tokyo Olympics, but the organizers have yet to make a final decision. The French news agency AFP quoted the daily Yomiuri Shimbun as saying that only 18% of those polled supported allowing foreign fans to watch the competition. Organizers say they will decide this month whether to allow foreign spectators to watch the Olympics. On the other hand, the Japanese media claim that "the authorities have already decided that foreign spectators will not be allowed to come to Japan for the Olympics." According to a poll conducted in January this year, public support for the Olympics in Japan has declined, while another poll found that more than 80 percent said the Games should be canceled or postponed again. We have no reason at this time to believe that the Olympics will not start in Tokyo on July 23," the IOC chief said in an interview. The March 2020 Olympics in Tokyo were postponed due to the global spread of the corona virus. The games were supposed to be held from July 24 to August 9, 2020, but now they are scheduled to be held from July 23 to August 8, 2021.

The Gymnastics World Cup in Japan has been canceled due to the threat of global corona virus. The Gymnastics World Cup was scheduled for May 4 in Tokyo. It was called the Olympic Experimental Event. Athletes from all over the world were to represent the Gymnastics World Cup. Tokyo will now host a national level athletics event. Authorities say the Olympic Games will be the culmination of a nationwide athletics event. The Tokyo Olympics are scheduled for July 23.

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