What you may have missed between last night and this morning
1. Tennis – Australian Open: Swiatek eliminated, Gauff too
She was the immense favourite, here she is already outside. Unable to relax, the Polish was sanctioned by an unashamed Elena Rybakina, victorious almost without forcing this round of 16 (6-4, 6-4). As if that were not enough, Coco Gauff also took the door, dominated by Jelena Ostapenko (7-5, 6-3). Among women too, the table is empty of real contenders. Caroline Garcia is still there…
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Stupor in Melbourne: Swiatek eliminated in the 8th
2. Basketball – NBA: Boston, nine in a row
The Celtics chained a ninth success in a row in Toronto (106-104), but lost Marcus Smart and Robert Williams III on the way, Saturday in the NBA, where their new dolphins, the Sixers also continued their good series in Sacramento (129 -127). The evening card is the work of Anthony Edwards, author of 44 points to dominate Houston (113-104).
3. Football – La Liga: The great Griezmann is back
Involved in Atletico de Madrid’s three goals against Valladolid (3-0), Antoine Griezmann continued his World Cup momentum with the Blues. Little by little, he becomes the player able to sublimate the destiny of the Colchoneros. “I haven’t reached my best yet, but I’m getting closer.“, confided the man with the pink hair after the fact. Sacred promise.
Antoine Griezmann sees life in pink at Atlético
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American Football – NFL : In pain, Patrick Mahomes, injured in the right ankle, guided Kansas City to its fifth consecutive conference final, beating Jacksonville (27-20), Saturday, Philadelphia qualifying much more easily against New York (38-7 ), during the NFL playoffs.
Soccer – Ligue 1 : According to L’Equipe, the condition of Neymar’s ankle worries the PSG staff twenty days before the duel against Bayern Munich. The infiltrations carried out at the World Cup for the Brazilian to be present from the round of 16 did not help matters.
Rugby – Champions Cup : ASM bowed against a superior Stormers formation (30-16) after deceiving during the first period. A defeat synonymous with elimination at the end of this fourth and last day of the group stage.
To see, to read, to listen to on Eurosport
Tennis, obviously with the Australian Open. Felix Auger-Aliassime is currently battling against Lehecka. But keep your popcorn: from 9 a.m., the Sinner-Tsitsipas clash could be worth its weight in gold.
Come on, it’s a gift, it’s the point of the night.
The point of the night: Khachanov had to work but it was worth it
Skiing, too, with the slalom in Kitzbuhel (10.30 a.m.) and this question: will the Blues win this season? Weaned from victories, the Tricolores bet on Clément Noël, real luck in slalom. Also note the women’s Super G in Cortina (11:30 a.m.).
The continuation of the 16th finals of the Coupe de France. While the big players have ensured so far, Auxerre, Lille, Nantes are in danger (6:30 p.m.) while Brest challenges Lens in the evening (9 p.m.).
The question: Will Arsenal keep up the pace?
They thought they had made the break last weekend against Tottenham but the Premier League is not conquered so easily. While Manchester City are back to five points (with one game more) and challenge Wolverhampton at 3 p.m., Arsenal could approach their duel against Manchester United with only a two-point lead over the Citizens. The shock of this 21st day breathes the 2000s and the classification of the two teams does not say anything else. In full revival thanks to Erik ten Hag, MU is no longer the naive and too limited team of recent years. The situation is similar for the Gunners, exciting and impressive leaders, carried by an Odegaard MVP version. In short, at 5:30 p.m., it should be a treat. And the match not to be missed of the weekend.
Gabriel Martinelli and his Arsenal team-mates, still leading the Premier League after Boxing Day
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