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The bodies of water in Sardinia are closed by a tie

12.38 pmThe Dutch water polo players concluded the Sardinia Cup with a draw with Hungary. National coach Evangelos Dodisis gave up his lead in the last quarter: 10-10 (4-2 3-2 2-3 1-3). So the orange finished the tournament in third place, behind Spain (first) and Hungary, who maintained their lead over the Netherlands on a goal difference basis.

Polster lost the waters 13-12 to the host country in the World Cup semi-final in Hungary over a month ago. Next, Hungary had to lose in the final battle against the United States, and Orange took the bronze medal by defeating Italy.

The European Championship will start at the end of this month in the Croatian city of Split. In preparation, the best European nations played a training tournament in Sardinia this week. The orange team started with a narrow loss to Spain (7-8), but then beat Italy (12-9), Greece (12-10) and Israel (22-13). Against Hungary, Simone van de Krats was the top scorer for four goals, and Sabrina van der Sloot scored two.

Dennis misses Commonwealth Games road race after hospitalization

12:01 pm: Cyclist Rohan Dennis will miss the Commonwealth Games road race in Great Britain on Sunday. The Australian was taken to hospital on Saturday after health complaints and will not start on doctors’ advice, the Australian team reported.

Dennis won the gold in the time trial last Thursday. The cyclist riding a jumbo visma bike was not feeling well on Saturday when he woke up and was taken to hospital for examination and observation. As a precaution, Dennis canceled the road race. According to the Australian team, he is feeling “comfortable” and is staying in the hospital for a check-up.

Kyrgios and Nishioka to Washington final, Middelkoop loses doubles final

10.24 am: Australian Nick Kyrgios and Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka face each other in the Washington Championship final. Kyrgios defeated Sweden’s Mikael Ymir, and top seed Nishioka was eliminated from Russia’s Andrei Rublev.

Matwe Middelkoop lost the doubles semi-finals in Washington. The 38-year-old tennis player and doubles partner Rohan Bubana of India were no match for Croatian Ivan Dodig and American Austin Krajicek 7-5 6-3.

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