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What’s great about Kayo is how it not only features some of the major sporting events in the world, but it delivers it in such a way that’s interactive and innovative to sports fanatics looking to experience their favourite events in the best way possible. Some of Kayo’s game-changing features include Key Moments, which gives you the best highlights of each match/game, No Spoilers, which allows you to see the scores only when you’re ready, and SplitView, which lets you stream up to 4 games at once in real time. There’s also the new Kayo Minis, which gives you a condensed version of the whole game from start to finish, making you feel as though you’ve actually watched the entirety of it but without taking up too much of your time.
Top 10 Sports to Watch this Month on Kayo
July is a big month for sports with several major events reaching its final and championship stages. Of course, there’s also the kick off of the 2019 Wimbledon Tournament, which is the third grand slam in the world tennis circuit. So without further ado, here are the top sporting events that you can catch both live and on demand all month long on Kayo.
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1. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Finals
All eyes are on the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which kicked off last May 30. Ten teams are competing in this year’s tournament, which includes Australia, who’s looking to reclaim the title of Cricket World Cup Champions once more. This year’s World Cup is currently being held in England and is also about to reach its conclusion this month. The top four teams will soon battle it out in the semi-final round starting on July 9 with the finals match happening on the 14th. Check out the list below for the complete roundup of World Cup fixtures for July:
|July 1 (Mon)||Sri Lanka v West Indies|
|July 2 (Tue)||Bangladesh v India|
|July 3 (Wed)||England v New Zealand|
|July 4 (Thur)||Afghanistan v West Indies|
|July 5 (Fri)||Bangladesh v Pakistan|
|July 6 (Sat)||India v Sri Lanka|
|July 6 (Sat)||Australia v South Africa|
|July 9 (Tue)||Semis: 1st v 4th|
|July 11 (Thur)||Semis: 2nd v 3rd|
|July 14 (Sun)||Winner SF1 v Winner SF2|
2. 2019 Wimbledon
Considered as one of the most prestigious tournaments in the world tennis circuit, the 2019 Wimbledon will see top players clash at the All England Club for the 133rd time in the event’s history. The best of the best who will be descending upon the grass courts of Wimbledon includes Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal for the men’s, and Serena Williams, Naomi Osaka, and Australia’s Ashleigh Barty for the women’s.
|July 1-15||2019 Wimbledon|
3. The Open Championship 2019
Recognised as the oldest and most international golf championship, The Open Championship is now on its 148th edition and will be held at Royal Portrush Golf Club in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. All eyes will be on former champions and contenders including Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka, plus local heroes including Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell. Check out the tournament schedule below:
|July 18 (Thurs)||Round 1|
|July 19 (Fri)||Round 2|
|July 20 (Sat)||Round 3|
|July 21 (Sun)||Final Round|
4. Super Rugby Finals
The Super Rugby tournament is about to reach its end this month with the final match between the Crusaders and the Jaguares happening on Saturday, July 6. If you’ve missed out on any of the action from the previous rounds, there’s still time to catch up since each and every match of the 2019 Vodafone Super Rugby is available to stream on Kayo. Here are the remaining Super Rugby fixtures for July:
|July 6 (Sat)||Crusaders v Jaguares|
5. 2019 Copa America, Brazil
It’s no secret that South America boasts some of the biggest teams and stars in the world of football and it’s in Copa America where they collide on an international stage to fight it out for the continental crown. In this 46th edition of Copa America, avid football fans will get to see heavyweight teams such as Argentina and Brazil locking horns, not to mention the tournament’s most successful team, Uruguay. Don’t miss the final four teams: Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Peru, competing in the semi-finals on July 3 and 4 for the finals match happening on the 8th. Start streaming group matches now on Kayo, which will continue throughout the rest of July.
|July 3 (Wed)||Brazil v Argentina|
|July 4 (Thur)||Chile v Peru|
|July 7 (Sun)||TBA|
|July 8 (Mon)||TBA|
6. Formula 1 World Championship
The excitement continues with the Formula 1 Grand Prix races this June. From the practices to the qualifiers, and all the way to the grand prix, you can tune in to all three of the races that will be happening all month long. Check out the complete list of F1 Grand Prix races for July below:
|July 12-15||British Grand Prix|
|July 26-29||German Grand Prix|
7. 2019 NRL Premiership
Rounds 16 to 19 of the 2019 NRL Premiership continues this month, with two State of Origin matches happening in between. The Sydney Rabbitohs continue their fight as defending champs, but not without any challenges coming from the rest of the other remaining teams in the league. For the roundup of NRL and State of Origin fixtures, check out the list below:
|July 4-7||All matches from Round 16|
|July 10 (Wed)||State of Origin Game 3: New South Wales v Queensland|
|July 12-17||All matches from Round 17|
|July 18-21||All matches from Round 18|
|July 25-28||All matches from Round 19|
8. 2019 AFL Premiership
Eighteen teams fight it out with continuing matches from the 2019 AFL Premiership happening this month. Expect rounds 16 to 19 to be even more exciting than ever with the West Coast Eagles continuing its quest to defend their premier title. It may still be a bit far off before the AFL Grand Final, but it’s still well worth tuning into with these matches lined up all July. Check out the list below for the AFL Fixtures this month:
|July 5-7||All matches from Round 16|
|July 12-14||All matches from Round 17|
|July 19-21||All matches from Round 18|
|July 26-28||All matches from Round 19|
9. WSL Championship Tour
Surf’s up with the fifth season of the World Surf League Championship Tour, which consists of the top 22 surfers from last year, the ten best from the previous years’ Qualifying Series Rankings who haven’t already qualified, plus two wildcards. Both Gabriel Medina (men’s) and Stephanie Gilmore (women’s) are looking to defend their titles with continuing tours happening this month. Check out the list of July WSL CT below:
|July 9-22||Corona J-Bay Open (South Africa)|
10. 2019 MotoGP World Championship
The most popular motorcycle racing season in the world has begun with nineteen exciting fixtures on this year’s MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3 calendar. The 2019 MotoGP races kicked off with a season opener in Qatar and will end with the closing event in Valencia. This month, we’ll see three races that you can tune in to. Check out the race schedules for July below:
|July 5-7||MotoGP Grand Prix Germany LIVE|
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