Shiffrin, OM-PSG, quintuple, Khachanov: The news on a set of Tuesday January 24

Shiffrin, OM-PSG, quintuple, Khachanov: The news on a set of Tuesday January 24

WHAT NOT TO MISS BETWEEN LAST NIGHT AND THIS MORNING

1. Tennis, Australian Open: Khachanov goes on, Rybakina like lightning

After the US Open, Karen Khachanov will play her second Grand Slam semi-final in a row. On Tuesday, the Russian overcame Sebastian Korda, who retired with a wrist injury 7-6, 6-3, 3-0. If a storm caused a brief interruption of the match, Elena Rybakina was not destabilized. The 25th in the world and winner of the last Wimbledon qualified on Tuesday for the semi-finals of the Australian Open by dominating the Latvian Jelena Ostapenko (17th) without trembling 6-2, 6-4.

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2. Football, Coupe de France: A show by Mbappé offers an OM-PSG in the next round

While Kylian Mbappé scored five goals at Pays de Cassel during Paris-Saint-Germain’s demonstration at Lens (0-7), in the round of 16, the draw for the round of 16 offered the great football classic French, since Olympique de Marseille and PSG will face each other at the Vélodrome. Other clashes between L1: OL – LOSC, Angers – Nantes, Lorient – ​​Lens and Toulouse – Reims. The provisional little thumb, Vierzon (N2), will host Grenoble (L2).

Kylian Mbappe

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3. Basketball, NBA: Sacramento takes a date

If Milwaukee dominated Detroit (130-150), Sacramento consolidated third place in its conference by dominating the clash of the evening in the west against a Memphis team deprived of Ja Morant (133-100). Thanks to Jalen Green’s 42 points, Houston ended its 13-game losing streak against Minnesota, despite the return of Rudy Gobert (119-114) as Orlando surprised the Boston Celtics by winning 113-98 Damian Lillard (37 points) allowed Portland to move forward by winning against San Antonio (147-127).

AND ALSO…

  • Tennis, Australian Open: Opposed to the Nys / Zielinski pair on Tuesday in Melbourne, Benjamin Bonzi and Arthur Rinderknech did not manage to pass the obstacle of the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles.

A day without: Bonzi and Rinderknech beaten in the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles

  • Series A: Inter Milan missed the chance to take second place in Serie A from AC Milan by losing at home to Empoli (0-1).
  • Handball, World : The Blues will face Germany in the quarter-finals on Wednesday, who lost after a committed and suspenseful match against Norway (28-26).

WATCH, READ OR LISTEN ON EUROSPORT

Penalized with a withdrawal of 15 points in the league for having made artificially high capital gains on the transfer market, Juventus saw its present suddenly darken, a bit like its future. Pending the very likely appeal of this sanction before the Coni, several questions surround the Piedmontese club, in particular on the next transfer window. Guillaume Maillard-Pacini takes stock.

Three qualified out of eight. French clubs were not very prominent, overall, during the group stage of the “Coupe d’Europe”. Illustration: the last four of pool A are tricolor representatives. Jean-Baptiste Lafond evokes the relative interest that competition arouses in France. Faced with the shield of Brennus, it does not weigh very much. His chronicle.

Lafond: “Do you know the difference between a thief and an idiot?”

Lap after lap, the heads fell in the men’s draw, to the point of leaving before the quarter-finals a gigantic favorite, Novak Djokovic, and an outsider in his own category, Stefanos Tsitsipas. At this stage, not seeing the Djoker in the final seems almost unlikely. That he meets someone other than the Greek there is the most likely hypothesis.

THE QUESTION OF THE DAY: Shiffrin, is it for this Tuesday?

History awaits. She has a new opportunity this Tuesday to leave a little more of her already indelible mark in the world of alpine skiing. This Tuesday, Mikaela Shiffrin can sign a memorable victory at the giant Kronplatz, in Italy. If she finishes in first place, the American will clinch her 83rd career victory and become the sole World Cup success record holder. A mark that she shares for the moment and for two weeks with Lindsey Vonn.

(With AFP)

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