The most important activity that awaits us on the Olympic day

The most important activity that awaits us on the Olympic

With matches to be killed or killed in women’s soccer, the activity on the Olympic day aims to give us many emotions in its different disciplines

Tokyo 2020 every time he experiences more surprises and gives more emotions. With disciplines that have already ended and others that are about to begin, the Olympic joust gives the world the best of each of the participating athletes.

For this Friday, July 30, the activity is promising and full of illusion for entire countries that want to see their competitors triumph at the top of the podium. While reaching this showcase is an achievement worthy of applause, there is still the strongest thing that is to be measured against the best in the world.

In ESPN Digital We prepare the events that you cannot miss this Friday, July 30 in Tokyo 2020.

The final phase of women’s soccer begins With eight teams seeking Olympic glory, the quarter-finals of women’s soccer begin. Brazil and the United States start as favorites, but first they have to overtake Canada and the Netherlands, respectively. Meanwhile, Sweden raises its hand for the medals.

Time: 03:00

The United States seeks supremacy in the pool

With the medals at stake in Swimming of the women’s 200m breaststroke, men’s 200m backstroke, women’s 100m freestyle and men’s 200m individual medley, the US delegation will seek to make it clear that its program is one of the best in the world.

Time: 8:41 pm (Thursday)

Djokovic and Zverev, early end

In tennis, Novak Djkovic is one of the favorites for the gold medal, but he will have to face the semifinal against the German Alexander Zverev, whom he knows well from the many clashes in the ATP.

Time: 01:00

Archery

The Yumenoshima Final Course will be decked out with the presence of the 16 best archers in the world. The round of 16 will take place and you will not rest until you meet the best in the world. The South Koreans start as favorites, but also the French Lisa Barbelin and the Belarusian Hanna Marusava.

Time: 19:30