Tour de France, Van Aert, Djokovic, Nadal, Cornet and Tan: The sports news of July 4, 2022 on a set

Tour de France, Van Aert, Djokovic, Nadal, Cornet and Tan: The sports news of July 4, 2022 on a set

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What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Tennis – ATP Wimbledon: No bad surprise for Djokovic

Novak Djokovic avoided the trap. Faced with the surprising Tim van Rijthoven, the Serb left a round on the way but still qualified for the quarter-finals (6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2) in 2h38 of play. In the next round, he will face Jannik Sinner, who beat Carlos Alcaraz a little earlier in the evening.

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2. Tennis – WTA Wimbledon: Jabeur is struggling

She is the new favorite of the tournament. But she had to fight to reach the quarter-finals. Ons Jabeur eliminated, not without difficulty, the Belgian Elise Mertens (7-6, 6-4) and can now aim for a first Grand Slam semi-final. For that, she will have to beat Marie Bouzkova.

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Cycling – Tour de France : Wout van Aert received a warning after throwing a piece of waste outside the designated waste area during the 3rd stage. In the event of a repeat offence, he could receive a one-minute penalty.

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Olympic Games – Paris 2024 : The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced, through its President Thomas Bach, that it is preparing to triple its direct financial aid to Ukrainian athletes for the Paris 2024 and Cortina-Milan 2026 Games.

Tennis – ATP Wimbledon : Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios have both been fined after their highly contested match. The Greek must pay an amount of 10,000 dollars for sending a ball in the stands, while the Australian must pay 4,000 dollars for uttering an obscenity.

The catch-up video

Should Wout van Aert have been downgraded after playing shoulders with Peter Sagan? According to our consultants Jacky Durand and Steve Chainel, there is no doubt…

Durand: “If we refer to the regulations, Van Aert is downgraded”

The reassuring tweet

Guanyu Zhou is fine. The Chinese driver reassured everyone on Sunday evening after suffering a horrific crash at Silverstone on Sunday. No big boos either for Alexander Albon.

Rolls, halo and big scare: Zhou’s crazy crash at Silverstone

What you will be sure to follow today

1. Tennis – WTA Wimbledon: Two French women in the quarterfinals?

They are both at two very different times in their careers but this Monday, Harmony Tan and Alizé Cornet have the same objective: to play a quarter-final at Wimbledon for the first time. For this, the first will have to get rid of Amanda Anisimova, seeded N.20 and the second of Ajla Tomljanovic.

2. Tennis – ATP Wimbledon: Kyrgios and Nadal to continue

Nice show in sight on the Center Court. After an electric match against Stefanos Tsitsipas, Nick Kyrgios challenged Brandon Nakashima at the start of the afternoon. Rafael Nadal faces Botic van de Zandschulp in the evening. To try to continue to take advantage of a very open chart.

“Djokovic plays his entire season at this Wimbledon, a significant weight for him”

3. Football – Mercato: New chapter in Marseille, Paris on the attack?

New transfer day to follow on Eurosport.fr. In Marseille, Igor Tudor should officially become Jorge Sampaoli’s successor on Monday morning. Paris continues to work on several files and La Voix Du Nord announced on Sunday that Renato Sanches had given his preference to the capital club.

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