What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Football – League of Nations: Trophy wrapped for the Blues
Humbled to save its season, The Blues to save their June: the action on a plateau
“Collectively and individually, there is hardly any positive point to retain”
2. Football – World Cup: Australia joins France team
3. Basketball – NBA: The Warriors to a title victory
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Cycling – Tour de France : Romain Bardet will not set a general ranking goal as he explained to our microphone Monday night.
Tennis – Wimbledon : Titled for the 14th time at Roland-Garros, Rafael Nadal, however injured in the foot, began to train on the grass of Majoque.
Tennis – Queen’s : Quintuple tournament winner Andy Murray will not be able to defend his chances. The Scotsman was injured in the abdomen and announced his treatment Monday.
Football – League of Nations : Three days after their home defeat to Croatia (0-1), Denmark bounced back on Monday night against Africa (2-0).
The catch -up video (the failure of the day)
Alberto Bettiol thought he would avoid winning the second stage of the Swiss Tower. He did not know that Andreas Leknessund had cut the line a good thirty seconds before him ….
The match: Famous Bettiol In 2nd place, far behind Leknessund
The podcasts of the day
Dans le FC Stream Team, Cyril Morin and Maxime Dupu delivered the défaite des Bleus face à la Croatie. Bilan du mois de juin, notes of explanations and zooms in the program by Didier Deschamps.
Dans les Fous du Volant, Gille Della Posta and Stéphane Vrignaud checked out the Grand Prix d’Azerbaïdjan and the nouvelle déroute of Ferrari. Consequently, is Max Verstappen on a highway for the title? Also in question, the health of pilots victims of marsling.
And finally, Franck Bonnamour (B&B Hôtels – KTM) invited Bistrot Vélo lundi soir. The 2021 Tour de France super-combatant returns in particular to the beginning of a difficult season of his training.
What you absolutely should not miss this Tuesday
1. Football – League of Nations: Germany -Italy Shock
Group 3 did not stop delivering shocks. After England-Italy on Saturday, the reigning European champions will travel to Germany tonight (20:45). Leader of the group, the Italians could take a big step towards the Final Four if successful. England host Hungary, Belgium move to Poland and the Netherlands to host Wales in the other matches of the evening.
Pogba, Dybala, Dembélé: the list of 8 players at the end of a contract to follow this summer!
2. Cycling – Tower of Switzerland: Accidental route for the 3rd stage
After the failure of Alberto Bettiol and the success of Andreas Leknessund on Monday, the Swiss Tour platoon will have a strong clash between Aesch and Granges this Tuesday. In the 3,000 -meter program of positive denial in Jura. There will not be a flat meter this Tuesday in a stage that should be even more appealing to baroudeurs than the leaders of the general rankings. At least Remco Evenepoel doesn’t dry the cocotier….
3. Tennis – ATP Queen’s and Stuttgart: Bonzi, Halys, Kyrgios, Tsitsipas, Auger -Aliassime, Ruud…
Following the first round for the two ATP 500 on grass this Tuesday. There will be two French on the program, one in Halle (Bonzi who will challenge Tsitsipas), the other in Queen’s (Halys who will face Ruusuvuori). To follow are a few nice names from the circuit including Nick Kyrgios, Félix Auger-Aliassime, Casper Ruud or Matteo Berrettini.
Crowded Toyota, Lewandowski, Dupont: the action on a plateau
Bleus fatigués, 24 hours and Saturday of King: The act on a plateau