What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Tennis – Roland-Garros: A walk and an update for Djoko
Alcaraz without worry, Mbappé will speak, Nadal and Djoko enter the running: The news on a set
YESTERDAY AT 05:01
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2. Basketball – NBA: Boston is back in the running
The Celtics picked up the score (2-2) against the Heat last night after a controlled match (102-82) in the Eastern Conference final. Jayson Tatum’s 31 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists led Boston on the path to an easy success that took shape in the first quarter (29-11). On the Miami side, no member of the five major has exceeded 10 points…
3. Football – Mercato: What if Pochettino stayed?
While his fate seemed sealed for months, Mauricio Pochettino could well remain on the Parisian bench this summer. According to L’Equipe, the departure of Leonardo, with whom relations have always been tense, and the takeover of Kylian Mbappé, who has always held him in high esteem, are two trump cards in the sleeve of the Argentine technician. PSG are keeping an eye on Thiago Motta to succeed him, but Pochettino’s rating has reportedly risen in recent days.
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- Football – Bundesliga: Hertha Berlin ensured its presence in the Bundesliga next season by winning (0-2) in Hamburg on Monday, in the second leg of the play-offs, after losing (0-1) at home in the first leg.
- Basketball – French Women’s Championship: Bourges dominated the Basket Landes players at home on Monday evening (77-65) and joined ASVEL, winner of Villeneuve d’Ascq on Friday, in the final of the French championship.
Today on Eurosport
Return of the Tour of Italy on our antennas this Tuesday. On the menu, 16th stage, the most impressive in terms of its overall elevation. Three very tough climbs feature on the long 202 kilometer route leading from Salo, on the shores of Lake Garda, to the resort of Aprica and in particular that of Mortirolo, one of the toughest passes in Europe.
Richard Carapaz during the 15th stage
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Last dance for Tsonga this Tuesday at Roland-Garros? On the occasion of his last outing at Porte d’Auteuil, and perhaps the last match of his career, Laurent Vergne looks back on the career of the man who carried the generation of French tennis even if he never went to the end of his Grand Slam dream.
Trapped in the Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland files, Real Madrid finds itself in the water at the start of the transfer window. How can he react? What are the ways to relaunch? Attempt to answer.
The catch-up video
When McEnroe and Katché revisit Green Day for Nadal
The French Diane Parry and Corentin Moutet are on the program for the first two debates of the day of Dip Impact. Two huge performances for our French who eliminated two former winners of the tournament, Barbora Krejcikova for Parry and Stan Wawrinka for Moutet. Just that !
If you follow the Giro 2022 closely, you have probably already seen it. He is Clément Davy, a faithful lieutenant of Arnaud Démare within the Continental Groupama-FDJ team and he made us the pleasure of coming to Bistrot Vélo.
The tweet we still haven’t understood
What you will be sure to follow today
1. Tennis – Roland-Garros: Tsonga and Simon, one last for the road?
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gilles Simon, both 37, about to end their careers, respectively challenge the Norwegian Casper Ruud (8th) on the Philippe-Chatrier court in the afternoon, and the Spaniard Pablo Carreño (18th) on the Simonne-Mathieu court at the end of the day. Stefanos Tsitsipas will launch his Parisian fortnight in the evening, while Daniil Medvedev will take his first steps at 11 a.m.
“Parry is a really good performance that can give ideas to other French people”
New era at PSG, Alcaraz on the track, OL as a regular: the news on a set
05/22/2022 At 06:26
Auxerre in ecstasy, stunning Warriors, a not flamboyant Real: the news on a set
05/21/2022 At 06:32