D-Day at Wimbledon, Les Bleues impresses, Novak wants his crown: the news on a set from Monday 27 June
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What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. 3×3 basketball – World Cup: Les Bleues in the sky
A great first for the French basketball team! The French 3×3 women’s team won its very first gold medal in Antwerp on Sunday evening during the World Cup. France defeated Canada in the final (16-13) to take the title. Shortly before that, the men’s team had taken the bronze medal. Two years after the Paris Olympics, this is great news.
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2. Football – Mercato: Gabriel Jesus signs for Arsenal
According to information from the Guardian and specialist journalist Fabrizio Romano, Gabriel Jesus’ transfer to Arsenal has been secured and completed.”100%The player has reached an agreement with the Gunners. He will sign a contract until 2027. The formalization could take place before Monday. For a player who had to revive, Arsenal seems an ideal destination.
3. Swimming – EC: Marchand is going to “rest”
Crowned best swimmer at the world championships, Léon Marchand will not continue with the European Championships next August in Rome (August 11-21). After making France dream at the World Cup in Budapest, where he returned with two titles and a silver medal, Léon Marchand must take a break, as he told Stade 2 this Sunday, to “come back cooler†
Leon Marchand at the 2022 World Cup.
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The catch-up video
On Sunday, near the Stade de France, it was OJ before the hour. During the Olympic day, personalities shared moments with the public, especially through the discovery of different sports. Raí, Séan Garnier, Tony Estanguet… they tell you about the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris, in these videos broadcast on Eurosport. Throwback to the event here, or on video with the former Parisian Raï here:
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The resilience video
Florian Sénéchal was crowned French champion on Sunday and wanted to salute his career and his joy when he finally saw the “wheel” turn in his favor. His video response:
Sénéchal: “It was a difficult year, the wheel is finally turning”
What you will definitely follow today
1.Tennis – Wimbledon: It’s D-Day at the All England’s Club!
Despite the non-distribution of ATP points during this tournament, Wimbledon starts next Monday due to the ban on Russian and Belarusian players from participating in the two weeks of London! Beautiful people on the program, with defending champion Novak Djokovic, who will fight for his first round against Soonwoo Kwon at the end of the day. A match not to be missed, just like the Struff-Alcaraz at the beginning of the afternoon, or the Davidovich-Hurkacz, which already promises a high-level match. The Sinner-Wawrinka match should also attract the attention of many spectators within the All England’s Club. A Grand Slam tournament starting is never trivial!
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2. Tennis – Wimbledon: “Good luck” to the French!
And on the French side there are also beautiful people from this Monday. For the girls, Kristina Mladenovic, Caroline Garcia, Diane Parry and Océane Dodin will take to the London grass at the start of the tournament, while for the men we will be treated to a Franco-French duel between Benoît Paire and Quentin Halys from 12:00 Ugo Humbert, Enzo Couacaud and Adrian Mannarino are also expected at Wimbledon next Monday against Etcheverry, Isner and Purcell respectively. There’s a lot to hope for for the tricolor!
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