During the venture of the coronavirus outbreak, it has become quite difficult to keep ourselves engaged in one or the other tasks especially when it comes to entertainment, where all of us are spending a substantial amount of time indoors for the capricious future. We all are turning to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime in order to relinquish apathy in this afflicted time. In case you don’t want to roam around surfing for some thrilling sports documentaries, we have come up with a few startling names so you’ll just have to scroll down for it.
Here are the names of few inescapable documentaries that you cannot miss them out. Once you’re done with this load, you’ll not only be a sporty badass-you’ll be a quiz sage!
1. Ronaldo (Netflix)
The moment we hear this name we all have an engrossing image of one of the finest football players Christiano Ronaldo, an immensely driven soul, who accomplishes all his goals about football. The movie highlights all the phenomenal incidents and the efforts that he made throughout his life.
2. Lucha: Playing the Impossible (Netflix)
A Spanish-language documentary that features the triumphant journey of the field hockey player, Luciana Aymar. She is the one who set a record of achieving the FIH Player of the Year eight times, becoming a hockey legend in the world.
3. Facing Federer: Tennis Masters Cup Uncovered (Youtube)
A 2004-documentary which focuses on the lifestyle of the Swiss professional tennis player, Roger Federer. He has succeeded in receiving 20 Grand Slam singles titles, the highest number of times for a male player.
4. The Test: A New Era For Australia, Team(Amazon Prime)
This Amazon Prime Video eight-episode sequel pursues the Australian men’s cricket team for 18 months after the Cape Town scandal in 2018 that led to the suspension of Australian batting trio Steven Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft.
5. A life of speed: The Juan Manuel Fangio story(Netflix)
Simply put, Juan Manuel Fangio was to ForMila One what Don Bradman was to cricket. Fangio was simply the best, which isn’t any slight on all the good champions who came after him. The documentary features interviews from the likes of double world masters Fernando Alonso, Mika Hakkinen, Mercedes AMG’s Toto Wolff and even one among late Fangio’s teammates. It illustrates his rise from the son of a mechanic to becoming a racing giant.
6. Formula 1: Drive to survive(Netflix)
Formula One: Drive to Survive” provides a deep look at the globe of elite motorsport, demonstrating not just the remarkable skill and vigour of the drivers, but also the Machiavellian tactics that pervade the game. Drivers on the identical team are often pitted against each other while competing for the affections of their emperor-like team bosses.
7. All or nothing: New Zealand all blacks(amazon prime)
Aspect of Amazon’s this documentary concentrates on the New Zealand rugby union team, better recognized as the All Blacks. Following arguably the largely dominant team in any major sport, “All or Nothing: New Zealand All Blacks” follows the team during its 2018 campaign, and analyses how a small country of just three million people is able to produce some of the nation’s best athletes.
I hope this eases your google search and you give these series’ a go. Happy Watching!