Wimbledon > Gasquet can harbor regrets

Richard Gasquet will not find the second week of Wimbledon that he has known so many times during his career. He bows against the 25e Botic van de Zandschulp, not flamboyant but very serious, in four sets: 7–5, 2–6, 7–6(7), 6–1, in 2h41. The French will regret his gross mistakes in key moments. He gets … Read more

“we are going to aim for a medal for France”

Bar-le-Duc (Meuse) hosts the French adapted tennis championship. This Saturday, July 2, 120 competitors came from all over France and participate in this competition all weekend. And among them two young Meuse residents: Jason Perraudin and Esteban Cubany. Well beyond their intellectual disability, these top athletes will give everything to win the title. Experience the … Read more

Tennis. After Roland-Garros, can Gabriel Debru win Wimbledon?

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Harmony Tan through to Wimbledon round of 16 thanks to win over Katie Boulter

This victory against Serena Williams at the end of the suspense and the super tie-break, to launch her tournament, was therefore a little more than a simple victory for Harmony Tan. That evening, on this Center Court that she was discovering, the Frenchwoman (115th in the world) swallowed a bowl of hyper-vitaminized confidence and savored … Read more

end of series for Haddad in Eastbourne, beaten by Kvitova

After 13 straight victories on grass, the Brazilian Beatriz Haddad gave in to the Czech Petra Kvitova on Friday in the semi-finals of the WTA Eastbourne tournament, 7-6 (7-5), 6-4. “It was a tough game, that’s for sure. I’m lucky that my serve helped me a lot this time, not like in Birmingham(where Haddad beat … Read more