Murray the returning, Alcaraz beating him, Irving remains, Alaphilippe “digests”: the news on a set of Tuesday June 28

Murray the returning, Alcaraz beating him, Irving remains, Alaphilippe "digests": the news on a set of Tuesday June 28

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Tennis – Wimbledon: Murray held on, Alcaraz hung on

An uncertain time for “his” Wimbledon after injuring his abs in Stuttgart, Andy Murray finally not only held his place, but passed the 1st round against the Australian James Duckworth.

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Led two sets to one by the German Jan-Lennard Struff, badly embarked in the decisive game of the 4th set, Carlos Alcaraz once again showed his enormous mental qualities to finally win in five sets.

2. Tennis – Wimbledon: And our French?

We had more difficult first rounds of the Grand Slam for the tricolors. On Monday night, Adrian Mannarino defeated Max Purcell in five sets, Caroline Garcia made the difference in the third set super tie-break against Yuriko Miyazaki and Dianne Parry dominated Kaia Kanepi.

On the other hand, Enzo Couacaud ended up yielding under the pressure of John Isner’s service and Kristina Mladenovic paid for her catastrophic start to the match against Angelique Kerber. Details of Monday’s French results can be found here.

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3. Basketball – NBA: Irving stays with the Nets

Kyrie Irving has silenced a lot of rumors about him. The point guard was said to be unable to come to an agreement with the Brooklyn Nets regarding an extension and the departure. It is not so. He lifted his “player option” and therefore takes an additional year of contract with a salary of 37 million dollars. “Normal people make the world go round, but those who dare to be different lead us to tomorrow“, commented Irving. Just that.

4. Cycling – Tour de France: Julian Alaphilippe returns to his non-selection for the tour

In an interview at The Team, Julian Alaphilippe gave his feelings after his Quick-Steph Alpha Vinyl team chose to let him rest by removing him from the Grande Boucle. A decision that he digests. That his body accepts. His head, a little less.

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What you will be sure to follow today

1. Tennis – Wimbledon: Matches postponed from Monday

Due to the rain which disrupted the course of this first day of the tournament, ten matches were canceled and six others interrupted Monday at Wimbledon. All will be played or will end on Tuesday, including that of Oceane Dodin against Jelena Ostapenko. The full list matches postponed, or to be completed on Tuesday.

2. Tennis – Wimbledon: This Tuesday’s program with Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal

While Iga Swiatek will open the ball this Tuesday on the English lawn, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal will make their comeback in the Temple. Ten French people will be in the running, including Richard Gasquet and Harmony Tan, who will have the formidable honor of challenging Serena Williams. The full program can be found here.

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