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Beijing, May 7 (Xinhua) - Tennis players Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka The World Athlete and the athlete of the year were appointed by the World Sports Academy of Laureus, with Bayern Munich, granted the New Year's team award.

Nadal, 34, won his 13th French open championship and his 20th Grand Slam title in the 2020 season. The world No.1 beat the other five nominees, including The winner of last year, the driver of F1 Lewis Hamilton, the footballer Robert Lewandowski and the Basketball player LeBron James, to win his second athlete award of the year after 2011.

Osaka became the first Japanese to win the best honor of Laureus after she triumphed at the Australian Open and we open to become a 4-time Grand Slam winner. This is Laureus's second prize for World No.2, who won the advance of the year in 2019. Six times European Champion Bayern was awarded with the team of the anus. And 24 years old, Patrick Mahomes, who took the Kansas City heads at his first appearance of Super Bowl and win in 50 years, won the Award's advance. The reward of the return of the year went to Max Parrot, who returned from Hodgkin's lymphoma to win two Golds in the 2020 X-Games.

Bantam Weight Champion of the WBA Zhang Fangyong, who used to earn money as a dealer to finance his dream as a boxer, was nominated for the sporting moment of Laureus, but lost for the eventual winner

"I could withdraw from my boxing career and became a coach that someday, but not now," said Zhang, who He told Xinhua, the nomination encouraged him to continue when many surrounded him to another profession during the Covid-19. "I will continue my training so that when the competitions return, I am in my best way." Enditem follow by China.org.cn on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation. Download applications from ChinaNews

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