Last dance for Tsonga, PSG still want Pochettino, Mortirolo, Boston Celtics: the news on set

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Tennis – Roland-Garros: A walk and an update for Djoko

Three sets (6-3, 6-1, 6-0) in less than two hours from Japanese left-handed Yoshihito Nishioka (99th player in the world): Novak Djokovic failed to qualify for his first Grand Slam match of the year. As the ATP’s decision to withdraw points from Wimbledon for excluding Russian and Belarusian players due to the war in Ukraine divides the circuit, the Serb announced his intention to play in London and supported the ‘ATP’s decision. .

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Novak Djokovic

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2. Basketball – NBA: Boston is back in the running

The Celtics took the score (2-2) against the Heat last night after a controlled game (102-82) in the Eastern Conference Finals. Jayson Tatum’s 31 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists led Boston on the path to easy success that took shape in the first quarter (29-11). On the Miami side, no member of the five majors has exceeded 10 points…

3. Football – Mercato: what if Pochettino stayed?

While his fate seemed sealed for months, Mauricio Pochettino could very well stay on the Paris bench this summer. According to L’Equipe, the departure of Leonardo, with whom relations have always been tense, and the acquisition 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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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 height. Three very difficult climbs can be found on the long 202 km route that leads from Salo, on the shores of Lake Garda, to the seaside 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 appearance at Porte d’Auteuil, and perhaps the last game 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 prix. Save dream.

-> Tsonga by far the best of them

Real Madrid are stuck in the files of Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland and are in the water at the start of the transfer window. How can he react? What are the ways to restart? Try to answer.

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Podcasts

France’s Diane Parry and Corentin Moutet are scheduled for the first two debates of the day of Dip Impact. Two great performances for our French who eliminated two former winners of the tournament, Barbora Krejcikova for Parry and Stan Wawrinka for Moutet. Only that!

Anyone who follows the Giro 2022 closely has probably already seen it. He is Clément Davy, a loyal lieutenant of Arnaud Démare within the Continental Groupama-FDJ team and he made us a pleasure to come to Bistrot Vélo.

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1. Tennis – Roland-Garros: Tsonga and Simon, one last for the road?

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gilles Simon, both 37, are about to end their careers, respectively challenge Norwegian Casper Ruud (8th) at the Philippe-Chatrier court in the afternoon, and Spaniard Pablo Carreño (18th ) at the Simonne-Mathieu Court at the end of the day. Stefanos Tsitsipas will launch his Paris fortnight in the evening, while Daniil Medvedev will take his first steps at 11 a.m.

“Parry is a really good performance that can inspire other French people”

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