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Club | Cam Neely in Temple, new balls in tennis… and offsides in football

Here is our most recent collection of public responses. We are still waiting for your suggestions on topics for discussion. Published April 11 Why Nili? How is it that a player like Cam Neely got into the Hall of Fame and not Claude Lemieux, who still has better personal statistics, as well as four Stanley …

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Etival shoots himself in the foot against St-Pierre

Ent. Saint-Pierrez – Etival 3-1 This meeting should definitely be classified as an unpleasant surprise. Jérôme Humbert, captain of the Stivalien, was himself “stunned” to see “this failure, the first in eight years”. This is the failure of the leader of the Vosges, Zheny Shao, who could not take the slightest set in the two …

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“When the ball bounces, Novak Djokovic starts…,” says Patrick Muratoglu.

Novak Djokovic has returned after a long absence, and certainly not because of physical problems. According to the draw, the world No. 1 is expected to face either Roberto Carbales Baena or Marcos Giron in the second round. Not bad. The real problem for the Serbian champion could be Carlos Alcaraz in the quarterfinals. The …

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Tennis – WTA – Stuttgart: Badosha, Sobolenko and Kontaveit in the quarter-finals, Ka.Plishkova out, Sakkari surrenders

Published April 21, 2022 11:27 pm – updated April 21, 2022 11:33 pm. Marie Mahe This Thursday Spaniard Paula Badosa has confirmed her ticket to the quarterfinals of the tournament in Stuttgart and will meet Tunisian Ons Jaber. This happened with Arina Sobolenko and Anette Kontaveit, but not with Karolina Pliskova and not with Maria …

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When Novak Djokovic joined Roger Federer in the very private 60 Club

Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic have already won at least 83 famous ATP titles and were also the most accomplished hard court tennis players of the Open era. By miles ahead of their rivals, Novak and Roger set records that may never be broken in the future while dominating the Majors, Masters 1000 and ATP …

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