Pogacar is in good shape, ASVEL surprised by Monaco, the Celtics must win at home: the news on set

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Cycling – Tour of Slovenia: Majka winner, Pogacar blaster, UAE starts with an explosion

The UAE Team Emirates dominated the stage 1 stage on Wednesday. Poland’s Rafal Majka won the sprint while his teammate Tadej Pogacar, third in the finish line, was one of the great animators of the race with an attack that blew the platoon 60 miles from the finish.

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2. Basketball – Betclic Elite: Monaco takes the lead in the Astroballe

For the first round of the French championship final, ASVEL was surprised in its Astroballe room this Wednesday evening by Monaco (74-82). The Monegasques had already taken off at the break (36-49).

3. Tennis – ATP London: Cilic dominates Bublik and goes to the Queen’s quarters

Marin Cilic dominated Alexander Bublik (7-6, 7-5) in the round of 16 of the Queen’s Tournament after a 1:34 bout. A semi-finalist at Roland Garros earlier this month, the winner of the 2014 US Open, very effective in his first ball on Wednesday, will face Emil Ruusuvuori.

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Formula 1 – Melbourne Grand Prix : The contract linking F1 with the government of the state of Victoria, Australia, has been renewed until 2035.

Football – League : Dani Alves, 39, said goodbye, probably final, to Barça. Barça leaders do not want to renew his contract.

Football – Transfers : Mohamed Ali Cho leaves Ligue 1 and Angers to join Real Sociedad. He signed until 2027 for an estimated amount of 12 million euros.
Basketball – Betclic Elite : Paris Basketball will play a game next season under the roof of the Philippe Chatrier court, between 8,000 and 12,000 spectators are expected, according to L’Équipe.

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What not to miss this Thursday

1. Cycling – The queen of madness on Eurosport channels

Not one, not two, not three … but four races to follow live on Eurosport channels this Thursday. Second stage of the Tour of Slovenia where Pogacar can confirm his good form (1pm), the first stage of the Occitania Route with Nairo Quitana and Arnaud Démare (1.40pm), second stage of the Tour of Belgium where Philipsen, Jakobsen and Hofstetter (2.45pm) and the fifth stage of the Tour de Suisse to admire the cycling of Pinot, Evenepoel, Cosnefroy, Vlasov and Yates … just that! To follow of course Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2. To subscribe, it’s just below.

2. Tennis – London and Halle in the program

Always live on Eurosport channels, a great afternoon of tennis on the ATP circuit. At the head of the lineup we will find Daniil Medvedev against Ilya Ivashka in the eighth round in Halle (not before 3pm) and Stan Wawrinka, in the same phase of the competition, on the London turf, against Tommy Paul (1pm) . Hostilities will begin at noon, with Djere – Kachanov.

3. Basketball – NBA: The Warriors can conclude, the Celtics can pick up

Before this six-game NBA Finals between San Francisco and Boston, the Warriors take a 3-2 lead and therefore have a chance to end their season tonight at TD Garden against the Celtics. Tatum, who intend to return to three everywhere. A match to follow from 3 in the morning.

4. Golf – US Open: an electrical meeting

The U.S. Open, which kicks off this Thursday at the Brookline course in Massachusetts, marks the reunion of the golf elite, cut in two since the birth, late last week, of competing LIV Golf League. It will continue from 5 p.m.

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