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Andy Murray into the final in Stuttgart

6:29 pm Andy Murray qualified for the final of the herbal tournament in Stuttgart, Germany. In the final battle he will play against the Italian Matteo Berrettini.

Murray defeated Australian Nick Kyrgios in two semi-finals: 7-6 (5), 6-2. The match lasted an hour and 33 minutes. The Scots knocked out favorite Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas in the quarter-finals. Berrettini was a bit strong for Germany’s Oscar Ooty in Saturday’s semi-finals after two spells with 7-6 (7), 7-6 (5).

Archer Schlosser wins gold in the European Championships Complex

5:45 PM: Archer Mike Schlosser won the non-Olympic compound at the European Championships in Munich. Schlosser defeated Yakub Yildiz of Turkey with a compound arc in the final, 148-146.

Earlier in the day, Schlosser lost the final against Turkey 238-230 in the Nations Cup with Seal Butter and Steve Willems. Yildiz was also part of the Turkish national team at the Nations Cup. At last year’s European Championships in Antalya, Yildiz won the individual pool title and the gold medal at the Nations Cup.

Rick van der Veen and Gabriella Schlosser will be in the mixed country final on Sunday. Mexican-born Gabriela Schlosser, married to Mike Schlosser, took the Olympic silver medal in the segment at the Tokyo Olympics with Steve Wegler last year.

Portugal without Ronaldo to Switzerland in the Nations League

3.12 pm: Portugal coach Fernando Santos sent Cristiano Ronaldo on vacation. The 37-year-old could skip Sunday’s Nations League game against Switzerland, just like Joao Moutinho and Rafael Guerrero.

According to Santos, these three players are uninjured, but they are getting some rest. “It doesn’t make sense to bring 26 players to Switzerland if we only have 23 to choose the match,” said the national coach. “We always try to manage that as much as possible. Now these three players have been chosen.”

Portugal leads Group B of the First Division in the Nations League with 7 points from three matches. Santos started the national competition with a draw with Spain (1-1) and then won in Lisbon (4-0) and the Czech Republic (2-0). Ronaldo scored two goals against the Swiss.

Kante and Hernandez quit their studies in France to fight a duel with Croatia

13:46: France’s national football team will work without N’Golo Kante and Lucas Hernandez until the last international match before the summer break, on Monday at Stade de France against Croatia. The Chelsea midfielder suffers from knee problems and is not fit in time for the Croatia national team match. Bayern Munich defender Hernandez has received permission from national coach Didier Deschamps to return home due to a happy family relationship.

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Deschamps will keep 22 players in the Nations League Group D match. World champion France has only two points, after losing to Denmark (1-2) and drawing with Croatia in Split and Vienna against Austria (both 1-1). France and Croatia, finalists for the 2018 World Cup, will meet again on Monday in Paris. Denmark leads the group with 6 points, and Croatia and Austria have 4 points.

The best Dutch teams with their second win at the Beach Volleyball World Cup

12:52 PM: Dutch duo Alexander Breuer/Robert Musen and Katja Stam/Rasa Schön have reached the knockout stage of the Beach Volleyball World Cup in Rome. Both pairs also won their second set match at Foro Italico without losing a set.

Brouwer and Meeuwsen defeated a Mexican pair 21-13 21-15, and Stam and Shawn were too strong for the Chile duo 21-17 21-15. The Dutch medal favorites had convincingly won their first group match on Friday.

Stefan Bormanns and Matthew Emers played their first World Cup match on Saturday morning and won it in two sets against a Chinese duo. On Saturday evening, Leon Lewini and Ruben Benninga will be in matches for the first time in Rome. Christian Farrenhorst and Stephen van de Velde, who won the first group match on Friday, closed the programme.

Numbers 1 and 2 from the twelve groups advance to the knockout stage, just as the top four numbers 3. The other 3 numbers compete in an intermediate round for the remaining four places in the knockout stage.

Archers lose in the European Championship final

12.25 pm: The Dutch shooters had to be content with the silver medal at the European Championship in Munich in the non-Olympic complex. Mike Schlosser, Seal Butter and Steve Willems lost 238-230 to Turkey in the final.

Later on Saturday, Schlosser will compete with Yakub Yildiz for the singles title. Yildiz was also part of the Turkish national team at the Nations Cup. At last year’s European Championships in Antalya, Yildiz won the individual pool title and the gold medal at the Nations Cup. There was success for the Dutch men’s team in the recurring Olympic segment, which won the gold medal. In Munich, Steve Wegler, Jess Proxma and Rick van der Veen were already eliminated in the eighth finals.

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Van der Veen and Gabriela Schlosser will be in the mixed country final on Sunday. Mexican-born Schlosser, who is married to Mike Schlosser, took the Olympic silver in this segment with Wegler at the Tokyo Olympics last year.

‘Best coach in the world’ Marin must leave Tilburg

12.05 pm: Hockey club Tilburg said goodbye to coach Maren Schord. The 48-year-old from Brabant has to leave after Tilburg’s men’s team were relegated from the main division. Marin was named World Women’s Team Hockey Coach of the Year in October 2021.

He surprised the Dutch last year by reaching the semi-finals of the Tokyo Olympics as a national coach with hockey players in India. In it, his team lost to Argentina (1-2). In the battle for the bronze, Great Britain was strong with a score of 4-3, but nevertheless, thousands of enthusiasts in India met Marin and his players on their return.

De Brabander, who coached Dutch hockey players in 2014 and 2015, signed a three-year contract with Tilburg after the Olympics. Maren succeeded Jeroen Delmy, who became the Dutch men’s national coach. Tilburg was relegated from the first division on Monday. Marijne lost to Voordaan on penalties.

“It was subsequently decided, with respect and in good mutual consultation, to separate, which means the separation of the path of coach Schord Marin and his assistant Bas van Zandert and Tilburg,” the club said in a statement.

Chris Froome is not feeling well and leaves the Dauphin

10.42 am: Chris Froome gives up the Critérium du Dauphiné after six stages. The four-time Tour de France winner wasn’t feeling well for two days, according to his team in Israel – Premier Tech. “On the advice of the medical staff, the team has decided that it is now best for Chris to rest and begin his recovery as soon as possible,” the team said in a statement.

Froome (37) did not play a significant role in the Dauphiné, the stage race that serves as preparation for the Tour de France. The Briton has been far behind in recent days and was 76th in the general classification, more than 11 minutes behind Belgian leader Wut van Aert.

“I was looking forward to the last two stages, but I don’t feel 100 percent,” said Froome, who has struggled with his physical condition and level for several years. “It’s disappointing not to be able to finish this race, but I’m making progress and I don’t want to see a setback at this important stage of the season.” Froome won the Tour in 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 with Team Sky (now Ineos Grenadiers).

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Israel’s leader – Prime Minister Teck said earlier in the week that for the first time in a long time he no longer had his hip, which he broke like many other bones three years ago in a severe fall in Dauphin. Since then Froome has failed to reach his old level. He wanted to test himself on the last tough weekend of Dauphiné with the aim of the Tour. According to him, Froome has not yet received certainty from his team about his participation in the French stage race.

Long lunch break for Costa Rican officials due to World Cup qualification

9:22 am: Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chavez is giving all of his employees an extra lunch break on Tuesday. The country’s national football team will compete with New Zealand that day in Qatar for a place in the World Cup at the end of this year. The match will start at 12 noon in Costa Rica.

In a video message, Chaves said everyone who works in the government will have a long lunch break to watch the game. “Over 13,000 kilometers away, eleven fighters will be on the field, with the aim of achieving a historic qualification. Of course we all want to see this match.”

Chávez, 61, only recently became president of Costa Rica. He won the election earlier this year. Because Costa Rica is going through an economic crisis, Chavez decided to give up the possibility of declaring Tuesday a national holiday in which everyone would be free. He has also advocated for companies in his country to give employees a longer lunch break, so they can watch the football match in front of the television.

The winner of this intercontinental play-off will go to the World Cup in Group E with Germany, Spain and Japan. Costa Rica has participated in four of the last five World Cups. New Zealand competed twice in the World Finals, in 1982 and 2010.

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