Dsince the final whistle sounded at the Allianz Arena in Munich last Tuesday, Sunday is a day marked on the agendas of Spanish sports fans due to the presence of the Spanish men’s team in the Euro final in Berlin. The menu, also served with the always attractive Tourmalet stage in the Tour de France, could be completed if Carlos Alcaraz reaches the second consecutive final at Wimbledon with Daniil Medvedev as the last obstacle

Edorta Rahm, Jon’s father, who, as happened 27 years ago, then for the Ryder Cup, is in Valderrama, the place where he fell in love with golf, he made a wish to his son as he got into the car on the way to the club. “Look,” she told him. “On Sunday Alcaraz wins at Wimbledon, you win the LIV Golf Andalusia and Spain wins the Euro,” revealed the captain of the Legion XIII to journalists. And Jon took the opportunity, along the way, to cast his own speculations. “I won’t have any problems watching football, but the last day will coincide with the Wimbledon final, so let’s see if he wins in five sets and then I can watch some games,” he said. “Although of course, if I win, the truth is that I won’t be able to watch anything of tennis, which is a sport that I love.”

In a more inbred circle, golf will also contribute to that golden Sunday with its particular clover: LIV Golf Andalucía in Valderrama, the Scottish Open shared by the DP World Tour and PGA Tour with the greats in the running and the Evian Masters, the fourth major women’s tournament, with Carlota Ciganda, Azahara Muñoz, Ana Peláez and Marta Martín in the running.

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