Medvedev on the sidelines, Curry brilliant but inadequate, Schumacher fired: The sports news of November 17, 2022 on set

What not to miss between last night and this morning

1. Tennis – ATP Finals: Medvedev goes to the track, Tsitsipas stays alive

Daniil Medvedev will not progress in Turin. The Russian, who still served 5-4 in the third set, will not see the semifinals of the Masters as he was beaten by Stefanos Tsitsipas after a hell of a match (6-3, 6-7, 7-6). He had already lost his first meeting against Andrey Rublev. The Greek will be looking to win his ticket to the last four against world No. 7.


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2. Basketball – NBA: The big eight for Boston, 50 points short for Curry

But who can stop Boston? The Celtics, leaders in the East, have had an eighth win by offering to Atlanta (126-101). The Warriors were down to the Phoenix Suns despite a tremendous performance from 50 Points author Stephen Curry. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander also made an excellent copy (42 points), but he allowed the Thunder to beat Washington (121-120). With the prize basket as a bonus.

3. Handball – Euro 2022: Les Bleues end in style… and find their favorite trouble

They were already qualified and sure to finish at the top of their group. But Les Bleues finished the first round in style. The French side mostly won against Spain (36-23) in Skopje and now know the rest of the operations. In the semifinals, Olivier Krumbholz’s players meet Norway, which was beaten by Denmark (31:20) on the last day of the main round. Their favorite peeve they lost to in the finals of Euro 2020 and World Cup 2021…

And also…

Football – League 1 : Case closed with no further action. lack of elements “sufficiently convincing‘ the Disciplinary Committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) has decided to put away the file on the alleged racial slurs of Clermont captain Johan Gastien, denounced by Brest striker Islam Slimani.

Formula 1 – season 2023 : The adventure at Haas ends there for Mick Schumacher. The team have announced that the German driver will be replaced by his compatriot Nico Hulkenberg, who had his last full season with Renault in 2019.

Volleyball – Champions League : Montpellier was no match for Poland’s Jastrzebski armada (23-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-20) in their first European home game.

To be seen, read or heard on Eurosport

We won’t lie to each other, this is a real stroke of luck. On Wednesday, Kyren Wilson managed to pot the black ball in his British Championship round of 16. Not quite how he imagined as it ended up in the center pocket after rolling across the median. On arrival the picture is beautiful.

Wilson signs the ‘coincidence’ of the century: The black reels on the tape before returning!

No truce. The players will play the World Cup in Qatar without any proper preparation before the competition. Will the game suffer? Elements of Response with Christian Gourcuff and Alain Giresse.

This is one of the highlights of rugby news earlier in the week as Christophe Urios has been ousted by UBB. What will be the consequences? Olivier Canton, Imanol Harinordoquy, Marc Duzan and Jérémy Fadat talk about this in Stop Buffet. They also project themselves to the next meeting of the XV. of France against Japan on Sunday.

The question of the day: will Nadal save the honor?

It’s a fun match awaiting Rafael Nadal. The Spaniard meets Casper Ruud a priori without a match as he himself is already out of the semi-finals race while the Norwegian is already qualified. Despite this, the Mallorcan needs to end his very bad streak (4 consecutive defeats) in order not to spend the winter with even more doubts. “Good” news for him: Ruud has no real intention of playing the handbrake against his idol…


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