The women’s soccer World Cup will start in just over three months time and is set to be a huge success.
In a preview of what’s to come, the BBC Sport women’s swim and tennis coverage has been given a preview ahead of the tournament, with some of the world’s biggest names in the sport taking to the big screen for a preview.
Watch the video below to find out what’s ahead of us, and what to expect on the big screens.
Here are our predictions: The tournament kicks off in a big way on Monday, with women competing in the Women’s World Swimming Final at the Aquatics Centre in Belgrade.
A full list of the players will be announced on Monday evening.
There will be plenty of action in the pool.
The world’s top four finishers will advance to the semi-finals of the women’s singles tournament and the women will battle it out in the women�s doubles final on Wednesday.
That means it�s a great chance to see some of our favourites in action, including world champion and world number one Nadia Comaneci.
She will be joined by fellow world number 1 Ana Ivanovic, who will also face off against the likes of world number two Serena Williams and former world number five Lleyton Hewitt.
It�s an entertaining match-up, with the favourites taking on the likes for the win.
The biggest challenge for the teams will be the men, with two of the best in the world, including the world number eight Andy Murray, defending his title.
The last time these two teams met in the quarter-finals, in the final of the 2015 Beijing Olympics, it was a big shocker.
However, the pressure is off for the men now as they will face the world�s number two in the semi finals.
If the final goes to the final, Murray and Ivanovic will face off for a place in the finals.
It will be a tough battle and both of them are extremely experienced and have been in great form for years.
The other players who have been named to the squad will also be making a statement, with world number 10 Caroline Wozniacki and world #5 Lleyston Hewitt making a big splash in their respective events. The women� s tennis team will be looking to defend its title, as it will be hoping to make it to the quarter finals of the World Championships in France in June.
It has been a disappointing year for the women, with them failing to reach the quarterfinals of any major tournaments for a number of years.
However this is the first time they have qualified for the quarter final of a major tournament, and it will go down as a big achievement for the team.
The men�s tennis team is looking to make a major statement at the World Cup, as they are aiming to reach their first major final since 2012.
They are hoping to take down the favourites in the men� s doubles and women� tennis, as the women have won the women´s doubles championship twice and the men have won every other major tournament they have participated in.
If they do reach the semi final, the men will be aiming to take home the title for the first year in a row, although they have had their fair share of difficulties in the past.
The top two teams from each of the three divisions will battle for the title, with all the major matches being played on grass, in their home stadiums.
It is a great opportunity for fans to get a good look at some of these stars, as this is their first time representing their country.
The quarter finals will also see some action on the sidelines, with both women� and men� teams looking to go for a top-two finish.
This will be played in Belmont Park in the US state of Connecticut, with each of these teams hoping to secure their spot in the semifinals.
If any of the two teams are able to go on to win, the teams that lose will play each other in the consolation round.
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The final is expected to be played on Monday night in Belfort, with a live commentary service to be available to fans on BBC One.
It starts at 10:00pm BST, and will be available on BBC Sport website, BBC Sport app and BBC Sport App.
The full results will be revealed in the coming days, with results in all three divisions due to be announced in the next couple of days.
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