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Serbian Team Wins 3×3 Basketball World Championship

Serbia's men's 3×3 basketball team won the Crelan FIBA 3×3 World Cup 2022 in Antwerp, Belgium on Sunday, defeating Lithuania 21:16. This was the fifth time Serbia won this competition, which has been organised seven times since 2012.

Dejan Majstorovic was named MVP of the competition. This was his fourth win with the team. They "played an amazing tournament", he said.

Invincible Serbia on top of the world!

The national team of Serbia in 3×3 basketball won a gold medal tonight at the World Championship in Antwerp, as they were better than Lithuania in the final with 21:16.
Serbia managed to win the fifth gold at seven planetary shows, and it also has one silver and one fourth place.
Our team achieved seven victories from the same number of matches in this competition.

Nikola Jokic to play for Serbia at EuroBasket!

Center Denver Nuggets Nikola Jokic will be able to play for the Serbian national team at the European Championship 2022, as Serbian NBA star confirmed this to coach Svetislav Pesic. So, Jokic will play in the August "window" and at the European Championship, but he will not play in the June "window" due to NBA league rules that limit how much time a basketball player can spend with the team.

Slovenia lose to Serbia in second round of Nations League

Belgrade – The Slovenian men’s football team lost to Serbia in Belgrade on Sunday 1:4 in the second round of play in League B of the UEFA Nations League to score two consecutive defeats to start the campaign in the second tier of the competition. Another tough test awaits Slovenia in Oslo on Thursday as they face Norway.

Slovenia start League B campaign in UEFA Nations League

Ljubljana – The Slovenian men’s football team will open their third campaign in the UEFA Nations League against Sweden in Stožice Stadium in Ljubljana on Thursday in what is Slovenia’s first appearance in the second-tier League B after two years in League C.

Cedevita Olimpija makes it to q-finals of EuroCup Basketball

Ljubljana – Cedevita Olimpija made it to the quarter-finals of the current EuroCup Basketball season by defeating Türk Telekom of Turkey 93:80 in Ljubljana’s Stožice Arena on Tuesday in what is the greatest achievement for the club in recent years.

Spectacle at Dorcol - Serbia Open: Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Andrey Rublev & co.

This 250 series tournament is played from April 18 to 24, at the same time as the ATP 500 Tournament in Barcelona, however, it does not lag far behind in terms of quality. Belgrade has managed to attract some respectable names, so in addition to the world no.1, Novak Djokovic, Andrej Rublev, the eighth in the world, and Dominic Thiem, the winner of the US Open from 2020, will also perform.

Top Serbian Water Polo Club Coach Quits over Ethnic Hate Incident

Mirko Vicevic resigned as coach of Red Star Belgrade water polo club on Wednesday after fans at a match in the Serbian capital on February 5 displayed a banner with the slogan "Shiptar [derogatory term for an Albanian], Hrvat [Croat], Balija [derogatory term for a Bosniak] - they are not my brothers".

Serbia Discriminated Against Blind Chess Olympians, European Court Rules

Serbia discriminated against four blind chess players who won medals at Blind Chess Olympiads by excluding them from awards and benefits that were granted to sighted players, the European Court for Human Rights announced on Tuesday.

Croats "steal" Djokovic from us?

According to Croatian media, the new Serbian Law on Cultural Heritage, adopted by the Serbian Parliament in late December, states that the old library material of Serbia includes "editions of Dubrovnik literature that belong to both Serbian and Croatian culture up to 1867."

Serbs and Croats fighting for Davis Cup finals: Duel of rivals and friends

Tennis fever shakes the Balkans, a clash of neighbors and great tennis friends is one of the topics of the day in the tennis world.
It is a clash between two teams that have had the opportunity to win the famous "Salad Bowl" a total of three times in history.

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