What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Football – Euro 2022: Putellas, Golden Ball, will miss the call
Galtier-Tudor, return to France, CR7, Djokovic-Sinner: the news on a set
YESTERDAY AT 05:04
2. Football – Ligue 1: Pochettino thanks Nasser Al-Khelaïfi
“I want to wish everyone at PSG the best for the future: the owners, the management, the players, all the management and the supporters.“. Mauricio Pochettino does not leave PSG with bitterness, the proof in this message posted Tuesday on Instagram. The Argentine technician, replaced by Christophe Galtier, also has a specific word for Nasser Al-Khelaïfi. “To Nasser, I want to say thank you for allowing me to be part of the PSG family again“.
3. Tennis – Wimbledon: Norrie, a Briton in the last four
Twelfth player in the world, Cameron Norrie had never done better than a 3rd round in the Grand Slam (four times). This Wimbledon 2022 therefore marks a turning point in his career whatever happens since he qualified for the semi-finals on Tuesday at the end of the day by beating David Goffin (3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6- 3, 7-5). He is the first Briton to enter the last four of the London Major since Andy Murray in 2016, when he won the tournament for the second time. He will face none other than Novak Djokovic.
“If Nadal and Djokovic meet in the final, the balance of power will be to the advantage of the Spaniard”
What we have also retained for you
Basket – NBA : Number 2 of the last draft and chosen by OKC, Chet Holmgren made a remarkable debut in the Summer League with 23 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 6 blocks in the success of the Thunder over Utah (98-77).
Basket : Freeing Brittney Griner, imprisoned in Russia since February, is a “priority“for Joe Biden, assured his spokesperson on Tuesday, indicating, rather laconically, that the president had read the poignant letter sent by the American women’s basketball star.
Soccer – Transfers : Dutch international striker Wout Weghorst, Burnley player, has been loaned for a season to Besiktas Istanbul, the two clubs announced on Tuesday.
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What you absolutely must not miss this Wednesday
1. Cycling – Tour de France: See you in Hell?
The cobblestones of the North may not be hell for the Tour de France favorites who there is no scenario where they will be a paradise. From Lille to Arenberg, some will lose big and others, we hope, take the risk of winning a lot. On the program for the day: 157 kilometers, including 19.4 cobblestones, divided into eleven sectors. Tadej Pogacar, Primoz Roglic, Jonas Vingegaard and the others are inevitably a little more stressed than usual this Wednesday morning.
The profile of the 5th stage: The day of the cobblestones and all the dangers
2. Tennis – Wimbledon: Last four seek to be completed (Kyrgios, Nadal, Halep…)
There are four places left, two for the ladies, two for the gentlemen and if all goes well at Wimbledon, they will be taken this Wednesday at the end of the day. Ajla Tomljanović facing Elena Rybakina on one side, Simona Halep challenging Amanda Anisimova for a clash on the other, the women’s draw will be completed first. We will therefore have to wait a bit to see Rafael Nadal struggling with Taylor Fritz and Nick Kyrgios at work against Cristian Garin in the men’s draw.
“Kyrgios, a pure talent, but a hateful attitude”
3. Football – Euro 2022: “He’s coming Home”, the Euro begins in England
From a 4,400-seat stadium to Wembley: the ten enclosures of the Euro
Van Aert warned, Djokovic serious, quarters objective for the Blue and Nadal: The news on a plate
04/07/2022 At 04:33
Last Danish act, Cornet shines, Sainz for a premiere: the news on a set
03/07/2022 At 06:05