OM, Quartararo, Scheffler, Woods and the NBA: news on a set for next Monday, April 11, 2022

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. MotoGP – Grand Prix of the Americas: Bastianini wins, Quartararo struggles

And two for Enea Bastianini! By overtaking Jack Miller (Ducati) five laps from the finish, the Gresini rider secured the second win of his season and career, this Sunday in Austin. Alex Rins (Suzuki) eventually took 2nd place. Far from the outposts, Fabio Quartararo crossed swords with Marc Marquez (Honda) to finish 7th. Disappointed but not defeated, the Frenchman, who had a good duel with Marc the Spaniard, “enjoyed this battle more than certain victories”.


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2. Football – Ligue 1: Marseille continues its advance

Olympique de Marseille keeps the pace. The Phocaeans took their fourth win in a row this Sunday and logically dominated Montpellier (2-0). Bamba Dieng and Cengiz Ünder propelled OM in the right direction by scoring before 20 minutes. “We will be ready for the final sprint”, Mattéo Guendouzi vowed after the meeting.

3. Basketball – NBA: Durant and Thompson finish strong, play-in posters announced

Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets finished the season with a fourth straight win by beating the Indiana Pacers (134-126). Large map by Klay Thompson, author of 41 points during the Golden State Warriors’ success against the New Orleans Pelicans (128-107). Tonight was the last of the regular season, now it’s time for the play-ins. First appointments on the night of but on Wednesday with a Brooklyn – Cleveland and Wolves – Clippers.

4. Golf – Masters: Scheffler Holy, Woods Damned Brave

As good number 1 in the world, Scottie Scheffler hung the first Grand Slam tournament of his career this Sunday by winning in Augusta. The American defeated Rory McIlroy (2nd), Cameron Smith and Shane Lowry (3rd draw). 13 months after a terrible car accident, Tiger Woods finished 47th. But for him the most important thing was not there, the simple fact of completing the 72 holes is an achievement.

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Tennis – ATP Houston : Reilly Opelka won the duel of the giants against Jon Isner in the final of the ATP 250 tournament in Houston. Against his compatriot, Opelka won in straight sets 6-3, 7-6 (9/7) and thus offered his fourth title. The first on clay.

Tennis – WTA Charleston : The Swiss Belinda Bencic fought three sets against Ons Jabeur on Sunday evening in the final of the tournament in Charleston. She won the sixth title of her career.

Football League: Long in control, FC Barcelona found the means to take the victory on the lawn of Levante (2-3), during the 31st day of La Liga. Ousmane Dembélé provided another assist and Barca signed a seventh straight win in the league to consolidate their second place.

Basketball – Betclic Elite: Limoges wins the classic. The CSP won on the floor against Pau-Orthez (69-66), which it hadn’t happened since 2013.

Swimming – Worlds: The French Championships came to an end in Limoges this Sunday, yielding the names of the 21 Frenchmen who will head to the World Championships in Budapest in mid-June. Marie Wattel is qualified in the 50m and 100m freestyle, the 50m and 100m butterfly, Léon Marchand in the 100m butterfly, Florent Manaudou in the 50m freestyle and butterfly… the full list can be found below.

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What you will definitely follow today

1.Tennis – ATP Monte Carlo: a first round and two Frenchmen

After a few first matches on Sunday, the big kick-off for the round of 32 of the Monte Carlo tournament is Monday. With two French in particular who will tread the earth: Rinderknech will challenge Fognini and Tsonga will try his luck against Cilic. Monfils, who was scheduled to play against Hurkacz in the morning, withdrew with a foot injury.
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2. Cycling – Tour of Turkey: Ewan’s pass of two?

Winner of Sunday’s first stage, Caleb Ewan could try to double the lead after the 156km between Selcuk and Alaçati.


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