What not to miss between last night and this morning
1. Soccer – Champions League: First hook in C1 for PSG
Wembenyama’s 37 points, OM’s release, PSG’s pressure: The set of the day
YESTERDAY AT 05:08
SOS defense and exposed environment: should Galtier try another system?
2. Soccer – Champions League: City and Haaland take a walk, Rabiot and Di Maria have fun
3. Handball – Champions League: Nantes continues
Nantes dominates Celje: a victory that feels good
Tennis – ATP 500 Tokyo: Frances Tiafoe, recent semifinalist at the US Open and winner of the Laver Cup with Team World, qualified for the quarterfinals of the Japanese tournament. She won against the Spaniard Bernabe Zapata Miralles, 80th in the world, 6-1, 7-6. The American, ranked 19th in the world, is the highest-ranked player in his part of the table.
Tiafoe unfolds against Zapata Miralles: his victory on video
Basketball – Champions League: For the first time this season on the European scene, Strasbourg dominated the Hungarian club Falco Vulcano Szombathely (81-78).
To watch, read or listen on Eurosport
This week in DiP Impact, our consultant Arnaud Di Pasquale returns in particular to the anger of Iga Swiatek, forced to decline a selection in the final stages of the Billie Jean King Cup after the Masters due to an inconsistency in the WTA and ITF calendars. For men, the Tokyo ATP 500 and Nur Sultan can be followed live on Eurosport.
DiP’s eye on schedule inconsistency: ‘WTA and ITF are shooting each other in the foot’
On Tuesday, the Neom site in Saudi Arabia was chosen to host the Asian Winter Games in 2029. The event will take place in a desert, construction has only just begun… While the World Cup will be played in Qatar and that Greece- Egypt-Saudi Arabia candidacy for the 2030 World Cup is outlined, one question: is there a limit? Our journalist Cyril Morin tries to answer it.
The Dakar passes through Neom, the city chosen for the Asian Winter Games in 2029
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Paolo Rossi almost single-handedly won the world title for Italy in 1982 by scoring six goals in his last three matches. A dream week that has consecrated him for eternity as one of the heroes of football history. Perhaps because his exploits are a true miracle, made possible by the fierce perseverance of trainer Enzo Bearzot. A great story written by Chérif Ghemmour and to be found on the podcast this Thursday.
The question: Which Frenchman will shine in the Judo Worlds?
Without Teddy Riner or Clarisse Agbegnenou, France will still have great opportunities to shine in Tashkent. / Editing: Quentin Guichard
The OM challenge, the Paris boycott, the Kyrgios sprint: The set of the day
04/10/2022 at 05:17
Henriques filed a complaint for “psychological violence” against his former right-hand man
03/10/2022 at 13:23