Wimbledon 2020 Cancelled

Wimbledon 2020 Cancelled
1st July 2020 Julia Valdez
In News
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It is almost that time of the year when people would go watch a sporting event in their formal suits and gowns. You’ll only see that during Wimbledon season which is scheduled to start on Monday, June 29 and ends on Sunday, July 12. Wimbledon in South West London is the place where one of four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments is held around the world happens.

But not this year, because Wimbledon, traditionally the third Grand Slam of each year following the French Open, is cancelled due to public health concerns linked to the coronavirus epidemic. The 134th Grand Slam tennis tournament will now be held on June 28-July 11, 2021.

Many will miss watching the tennis tournament in unpredictable weather, tasting strawberries slathered with cream, and the festive mood that is enjoyed by the horde of people who are not in the least bit interested in tennis for the rest of the year. Wimbledon has been considered a British institution and the competition has not been cancelled since WWII. It is considered as the highlight of the UK summer sporting event.

No less than Roger Federer and Serena Williams, both finalists in 2019, were equally devastated as they would have lesser opportunities to win a Wimbledon this year.

Stay Home, Stay Safe

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But it is not the end of the world. Life still goes on albeit in the “new normal” where people have to stay home and communities have to be quarantined in order to prevent the deadly COVID-19 from spreading.

There are many ways to find entertainment while confined in the home. A great source is, of course, the internet. However, it is unhealthy to remain sedentary while binge watching the re-runs of Wimbledon tennis matches and munching on equally unhealthy snacks.

The important factor here is to maintain good health physically, mentally, and even spiritually to survive this crisis. Since you now have more time, why not start that hobby you’ve been wanting to try or open that book you’ve been meaning to read.

Your best partner to health and wellness: the amazing bamboo fibre products.

Towels

Didn’t you know that the best towels are made from bamboo fibre? They are wonderfully soft and really absorbent and you won’t get skin irritation nor rashes when you use them. After a refreshing bath, you will definitely be wiped clean and dry because of the moisture wicking feature of the bamboo fibre towel.

Also, bamboo fibre towels are known to have anti-microbial qualities. This prevents the buildup and growth of bacteria even though the towels are not washed often.

Clothing

When you are wearing clothing made from bamboo fibre, you can still be fashionably comfortable even when quarantined at home. There is a wide collection of styles of dresses, slacks, shirts, and socks that can complete or make up your outfit of the day. This clothing material is perfect for creative and active wear due to the anti-microbial features that are retained even after the material goes through processing.

Bamboo fibre clothing is safe to wear even for people who have sensitive skin because it is really soft and comfortable. You won’t feel sticky and sweaty after your work out. The moisture wicking property of the clothing will draw the moisture away from your skin so you won’t feel uncomfortable. Its anti-microbial feature will protect you from bacteria that may cause allergies. What is more, you get your money’s worth as the bamboo fibre does not shrink.

Bedding

Bedding made from bamboo fibre helps you have a good night’s rest. This type of bedding is unbelievably soft and cozy you’ll want to snuggle in bed just a little bit longer. These sheets, mattress toppers, pillows and pillowcases regulate your body temperature and keep you dry, thus they help you sleep better.

Moreover, you’ll have no allergies or rashes as bacteria are held at bay with the anti-microbial properties of bamboo fibre. Although you have to wash it often, it doesn’t shrink or pile.

 

Although Wimbledon has been cancelled this year, life does still go on. Stay home, stay healthy.

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