Cristiano Ronaldo, Novak Djokovic and others pose for a photograph.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo shared a video of working out in a swimming pool in Dubai.
The star player captioned the video, “Workout in the pool.”
It is believed that Ronaldo was working out in Dubai’s famous Nad Al Sheba sports complex.
The video garnered over 6 million views on Instagram.
Ronaldo has been shortlisted for the Dubai Globe Soccer Awards, which will be held along side the 14th Dubai International Sports Conference.
On Friday, Cristiano Ronaldo shared another video of training tennis player Novak Djokovic.
He captioned the clip, “Teaching @DjokerNole how to jump!!
Was a pleasure to see you and train with you my friend!!...”
The Juventus forward’s video shows himself and Djokovic leaping to touch the rope.
The pair were having fun as Ronaldo set the Serbian a target where he would run along with Djokovic and jump together.
Ronaldo's Juventus are behind Antonio Conte's Inter Milan only on goal difference as they prepare to welcome sixth placed Cagliari next year on Jan.6.
Ex Manchester United and Real Madrid star forward Ronaldo has netted 10 goals in 14 league games this season.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo’s towering header is also considered for the goal of the season among the other contenders from around the world.
A large number of teachers from Pakistan’s community schools have attended the day-long workshop meant to provide insight on their professional development as a career teacher and bring overall improvement in their respective classrooms.
World number one Novak Djokovic defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3 6-4 to win his fifth Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships crown, and his first since 2013.
Cristiano Ronaldo has a strong relationship with Dubai. Like some other sportsmen from Europe, including soccer players, he visits the emirate regularly to spend his annual vacation and enjoy warmth and security.
Across Japan, tens of thousands of volunteers, and hundreds of villages, towns and cities have registered to help or host athletes and participants at the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Saqlain wrote on Twitter, “Stay safe, stay at home with your loved ones and enjoy our clip.”
Southampton on Thursday became the first Premier League club to announce their players will defer several months of their salaries during the coronavirus pandemic.