A summer of sport – catch our highlights

A Summer Of Sport

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MoneyPlus Features Team

2nd July 2015 at 3:22pm

Summer of sport

Here at MoneyPlus features desk we love our sport. The domestic football year may be over and the rugby season at an end but there are plenty alternatives to fill the breach. The sports fan need never rest this summer.

From the crack of leather on willow to the roar of the race track, it’s going to be a bountiful season of sport. We’re particularly hoping, after his Queen’s success, that this could be Andy’s Wimbledon year again.

Never rest this summer

We pulled together some of the highlights to watch out for and here’s our top picks.

Summer Sports events V4

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JUNE

  • 29 – 12 July: Tennis – Wimbeldon, London
    Find out more on the Wimbeldon website

JULY

  • 5: F1 – British Grand Prix, Silverstone
  • 8-12: Cricket – start of the Ashes – England v Australia first Test, Cardiff
  • 16-19: Golf – Open, St.Andrews
  • 16-20: Cricket – England v Australia second Test, Lord’s
  • 17-19: Tennis – GB v France, Davis Cup quarter-finals, Queen’s Club
  • 24-29 Aug: Swimming and diving – World Championships, Kazan, Russia
  • 25-2 Aug: Special Olympics World Games, Los Angeles
  • 26: F1 – Hungarian Grand Prix, Budapest
  • 29 – 2 Aug: Cricket – England v Australia third Test, Edgbaston
  • 30 – 2 Aug: Golf – Women’s British Open, Turnberry

AUGUST

  • 1-2: Rugby League – Challenge Cup semi-finals
  • 6-10: Cricket – England v Australia fourth Test, Trent Bridge
  • 8-9: Football – Premier League and Football League season starts
  • 20-24: Cricket – final Ashes Test – England v Australia fifth Test, The Oval
  • 22-30: Athletics – World Championships, Beijing
  • 23: F1 – Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps
  • 29: Rugby League – Challenge Cup Final, Wembley
  • 30 – 6 Sept: World Rowing Championships, Aiguebelette, France
  • 30: Motorcycling – British MotoGP round, Donington* (provisional date)
  • 31: Football – Transfer deadline day
  • 31-13 Sept: Tennis – US Open, Flushing Meadows, New York

SEPTEMBER

  • 3: Cricket – England v Australia first ODI, Southampton
  • 5: Cricket – England v Australia second ODI, Lord’s
  • 6: F1 – Italian Grand Prix, Monza
  • 7-12: Wrestling – World Championships, Las Vegas
  • 8: Cricket – England v Australia third ODI, Old Trafford
  • 11: Cricket – England v Australia fourth ODI, Headingley
  • 13: Cricket – England v Australia fifth ODI, Old Trafford
  • 13: Athletics – Great North Run
  • 18-20: Tennis – David Cup semi-finals
  • 18-20: Golf – Solheim Cup, Germany
  • 18-31 Oct: Rugby World Cup, England
  • 20: F1 – Singapore Grand Prix, Singapore
  • 27: F1 – Japanese Grand Prix, Suzuka

We hope we’ve managed to capture something that whets your appetite, but if you’d like a more extensive list then we’d recommend checking out the BBC Sport Calendar.

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