Cazeaux (UBB) almost quit rugby after his wrist injury

Bordeaux-Bègles international second line Cyril Cazeaux, arrested for eight months last season following a wrist injury, admitted on Tuesday that he had thought of stopping his career at 27. In seven professional seasons, Cazeaux had stopped major injuries. Until this left wrist shock that occurred in October 2021 against Perpignan with a scary diagnosis. “I … Read more

in Paris, the flight of talent

Departure of several major players, less flashy recruitment, falling budget… Paris Saint-Germain seem less well equipped than in previous seasons to win the Handball Champions League, which begins on Wednesday. “Building a leading team at national and European level over time.” Such was the wish of the investment fund Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), expressed by … Read more

the Lebrun brothers at the table of the big ones

Still teenagers and already settled at the table of the greats of international table tennis: two years before the Paris Olympics, the very precocious brothers Alexis and Félix Lebrun want to confirm their emergence during the European championships from Sunday in Munich. Did France find with the two young people from Montpellier the heirs of … Read more

Pair released in the 2nd round in Washington

Benoît Paire, 112th in the world, was eliminated in the second round of the Washington hard court tournament on Wednesday, beaten 6-3, 6-2 by 19-year-old Dane Holger Rune (28th). The Frenchman, 33, paid a faulty service, weighed down by eight double faults, and too many unforced errors in total (21 against 10), which allowed his … Read more

Mannarino in quarters in Atlanta

Adrian Mannarino, 78th in the world, won his ticket for the quarter-finals of the ATP 250 tournament in Atlanta, beating American Andres Martin (736th), 7-5, 6-3 on Thursday night. The 34-year-old Frenchman had benefited from the singles package of Australian Nick Kyrgios, hampered by knee pain, to insert the main draw. Martin, invited by the … Read more

Kyrgios Package for the Atlanta ATP Tournament

Australian Nick Kyrgios, injured in a knee, gave up participating in the ATP-250 tournament in Atlanta, where he was to resume competition after his good run at Wimbledon, he announced on Instagram on Wednesday. “I am really disappointed that I cannot play. I have already won this tournament once and, as you know, I am … Read more

England prop Joe Marler admits ‘laying in the sand’ over concussions

The pillar of the XV of the Rose Joe Marler confessed Tuesday “to have made the ostrich” concerning the concussions of which he suffered during his career, confiding to have even forgotten that he had children following one of between them. The testimony comes days after former Wales captain Ryan Jones claimed he suffered from … Read more

Summer tours: time for revenge!

If the first round of Test matches last weekend saw the domination of the nations of the southern hemisphere over those of the North, it nevertheless gave a glimpse of the European teams having sufficient resources to take their revenge on Saturday. The only “northern” nation to have won (42-23) last weekend, France will be … Read more

from Sciences Po to Wimbledon, Harmony Tan charts its course

Snubbed by the federal detection system, admitted to Sciences Po, Harmony Tan no longer sees a future in tennis. But Nathalie Tauziat gave him confidence and pleasure, allowing him a few years later to climb to the round of 16 at Wimbledon. The player of Cambodian and Vietnamese origins, born in Paris 24 years ago, … Read more

notice of mistral in Marseille for the GA of the French Federation

The general assembly of the French Rugby Federation (FFR), which opens on Saturday in Marseille, promises to be stormy, after the revelations of L’Equipe on the degraded social climate within the organizing committee of the Coupe du world of 2023 in France. In an article published on June 22, the sports daily recounted the “management … Read more