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Why do we like to watch sport competitions
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MessaggioInviato: 03 Dic 2019 04:09:04    Oggetto:  Why do we like to watch sport competitions
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Why do we like to watch sport competitions? Sports Articles | March 2
, 2008
Why do we like to watch sport competitions? Even people who never engage in physical activity often find themselves in front of the TV, watching football and tennis, basketball and rugby. Sports fans ...

Why do we like to watch sport competitions? Even people who never engage in physical activity often find themselves in front of the TV, watching football and tennis, basketball and rugby. Sports fans around the world watch with excitement their favorite team play, and never miss a single competition. This Sports articles presents several reasons
, trying to solve the mystery involved in this known phenomena of love for sports.

One of the main reasons people like to watch competitions is because they tend to identify themselves with the winners. When they watch the precise moves of Rafael Nadal or Maria Sharapova, see the winning game of Champions League, they feel as if they themselves perform the brilliant move, and brought a victory to their team. Winners get attention from the media and the public, they are interviewed, they appear on TV ? the public enjoys watching the known faces and see the winning formula. A fan
, who may have never played football in his life, likes to see UEFA Cup, because he can identify himself with the top professionals.

Another reason is the unpredictability of sports games. You can never know how the game will end, which forces you to sit tightly and wait for the crucial moment, which designate all the twists and turns of the game. The course of sports game is always unpredictable: although you can make bets and try to guess the today?s winner, but it is never certain
, which makes the game interesting to watch.

Different, but also important reason for watching sports has to do with our national identity. When British watch Liverpool and Chelsea groups, they tend to identify themselves with the players and see all the failures and winnings as if they were their own. Sports games are nowadays considered to be one of the most important factors which help to raise the persons? national identity.

There are several reasons which may answer the question ?why do we like sports?. Perhaps we never tend to think about these reasons while watching tennis or soccer. But they are nevertheless worthy to think about.

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