What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Tennis – ATP Miami: Ruud pays Zverev, Sinner surrenders
Frustrated fennecs, 7 new classifieds, Pogacar to put to the test: the news on a set
Yesterday AT 05:22
2. Basketball – NBA: Miami wins the clash, the French shine in vain
Miami confirmed its supremacy. The Heat won during the big poster of the night against the Celtics (106-98) and consolidated their leading position in the East. Jimmy Butler and Kyle Lowry had 24 and 23 points respectively. Great performances (in vain) of the French: Evan Fournier accumulated 30 points but this did not allow New York to prevail over Charlotte (114-125). Théo Maledon was the author of 18 points and 8 assists despite the Thunder’s loss to the Hawks (118-136).
3. Football – Champions League (f): The Parisians snatch the half
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Soccer – World Cup : As expected, Mexico, winner of El Salvador (2-0) and the United States, even defeated by Costa Rica (0-2) are also qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Formula 1 – Las Vegas Grand Prix : F1 has formalized tonight the arrival on the calendar of a Grand Prix held in Las Vegas, from 2023. It will take place in the evening … on a Saturday in November.
NFL : Although Tom Brady has decided to leave his (brief) retirement, his coach for the last two seasons with the Buccaneers, Bruce Arians, has decided to take over.
The big story
Mike Krzyzewski, 75, is about to say goodbye. The Blue Devils of Duke coach dreams of going out the front door during the NCAA Final Four, which could offer him a 6th coronation. It’s a myth of college basketball, and even basketball, that will move away from the flats. Portrait of coach K., who loved his players as his own children.
The podcast: Matti Nykänen, the Angel with Broken Wings
Considered the greatest ski jumper in history, quadruple Olympic champion in Sarajevo in 1984 and Calgary in 1988, the Finn Matti Nykänen was a being as brilliant as he was tortured whose existence gradually sank into decline. alcohol and violence, until his death in 2019.
Which you will surely follow today
1. Tennis – ATP Miami: Medvedev and Alcaraz by half
They are avengers. And they have a date. Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz could face off in the semifinals of the Florida tournament. Before that, they will have to eliminate two threats: the Russian faces the giant Hubert Hurkacz, the Spaniard challenges the very tight Miomir Kecmanovic. Go after Eurosport !
Miami | Quarterfinals
19: 00-21: 01
2. Handball – Champions League: Montpellier go to Porto
Great test for MHB. Convincing for several weeks after sinking in the group stage, the Montpellier club headed to Porto (8.45pm) in the first leg of the round of 16. In the event of qualifying after the return match on Wednesday 6 April, Patrice Canayer’s side will face Kielce in the quarter-finals. Go after Eurosport.
Handball Montpellier – FC Porto
20: 35-22: 30
3. Football – Champions League (f): The Lyonnais have to reverse everything
Capital match for OL. Surprisingly defeated in the first leg (2-1), the Feunottes host Juventus of Turin (21.00) in the return match of the quarterfinals. Goal? Erase this damn second period during which Sonia Bompastor’s players were shot down. And they continue their reconquest, they who had to cede the European throne to Barcelona last season.
Blues, checkers, Alcaraz – Tsitsipas: the news on a plate
29/03/2022 at 05:02
The Suns at the helm, Monfils eliminated, Toulouse invigorated: the news on set
28/03/2022 at 05:26