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Football: Bayern Munich expects Kimmich to return to 23.28 hours after winter stop
: Joshua Kimmich will no longer take action this calendar year. Bayern Munichs multifunctional midfielder has undergone surgery on his right knee. The medical staff expects Kimmich to play again in January, after the short winter stop.
The 25-year-old international, a fixture among both the winner of the Champions League and the national team of Germany, was injured in the top against Borussia Dortmund in a violation of the attacker Erling Haaland. Kimmich got a yellow card for that. Two caregivers had to help the beaten midfielder of the field.
Kimmich underwent surgery on Sunday to repair the damage to the outer meniscus of his right knee. “We are pleased that Joshua will probably be available in a few weeks,” said Director Hasan Salihamidzic, who initially feared a more serious injury.
Motocross: Gajser closes World Cup in style
22.49 hours: The Sloveen Tim Gajser has finished the season in the MXGP in style. Gajser, who won his third world title in the highest class in the Grand Prix of Pietramurata on Wednesday, won the same circuit in the final GP of Garda Trentino. The 24-year-old Slovene finished second in the first round behind the Frenchman Romain Febvre, but won the victory by winning the second round.
Brian Bogers crossed the finish line fifth on his KTM engine and grabbed 16 points. In the GP results, he turned ninth.
Gajser scored 720 points this season. The Swiss Jeremy Seewer finished second in the World Cup with 618 points. Glenn Coldenhoff (eighth with 375 points) and Jeffrey Herlings (12th with 263 points) both had to end their season early due to heavy falls. Bogers did drive all the GPs and finished tenth in the World Cup with 298 points.
Cyclocross: De Knegt certainly satisfied with Dutch performances at European Championships
18.29: Eli Iserbyt won the European title in Rosmalen. The 23-year-old Belgian drove to the gold for his compatriot Michael Vanthourenhout. Lars van der Haar took the bronze.
For Iserbyt, it is the first European title among the elite. Last year the rider from West Flanders was second behind Mathieu van der Poel. The Dutch reigning world champion, who also won the European Championship the last three times, was missing in Rosmalen. Iserbyt was previously European champion in the promises (2017) and in the juniors (2014).
For Van der Haar it is his third medal at the European Championships. He took the title in the first EK competition for elite in 2015 and grabbed the silver behind Van der Poel in 2017.
“Overall, I am certainly satisfied. I think we have performed almost to the maximum,” said national coach Gerben de Knegt. “At Puck Pieterse, I had taken into account a podium spot, but that she wins surprised me. She is a freshman promise with the ladies, handsome that she will do that,” said De Knegt, who looked back on beautiful competitions. “Often you end up in a tactical jousting game at a European Championships or World Championships. Although it was a quick round, everyone has raced freely. I am in favour of that.”
The time differences on a fast track are small, so it is important to make few mistakes. “Thats what you saw with Lars van der Haar,” said the national coach. “If he had had a good start, he might have been able to drive for profit, now a third place was the highest possible.”
Among the riders under 23 years of age, the Belgians were missing in Rosmalen. “We win there with Ryan Kamp. That was the best winner we could have for that race”, found De Knegt. “He is also the world champion and not for nothing. There was no discussion about how he got that title thrown into the lap because others were not there.”
Swimming: promotion president of the Dutch federation in European administration
18.23 p.m.: Chairman Marius van Zeijts of the KNZB has made a promotion within the board of the European federation LEN. The 62-year-old Van Zeijts becomes one of the Vice-Presidents. He has been a member of the LEN board since 2018.
“ As Vice President, you are at the wheel. Apart from that, it is of course a great honor for me personally that I am considered suitable for thisimportant role in the board,” says Van Zeijts, who hopes that next week three Dutch will also be re-elected to various LEN committees. “In this way, we have a real influence on policies and decisions that are especially important to our top athletes and officials.”
During the online congress of the European Union, the KNZB chairman was re-elected to the board for a period of four years. Paolo Barelli begins his third period as the supreme boss of the European Federation. In the presidential election, the Italian received significantly more votes than his French challenger Gilles Sezionale (86-13). For the first time, the LEN also has two women as Vice-President, Pia Holmen and Tünde Szabó.
Tennis: Medvedev in Paris too strong for Zverev
17.42 hours: Daniil Medvedev won a master tournament in Paris for the third time. The number 5 of the world was in the final in three sets too strong for the German Alexander Zverev: 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.
Medvedev won the master tournaments in Cincinnati and Shanghai last year. He won his eighth title in the French capital at the ATP Tour. It was his first tournament win this year. Zverev remained on thirteen titles, including three master tournaments.
For Medvedev, it was his second victory in seven duels with Zverev. The 24-year-old Russian placed himself at the expense of Canadian Milos Raonic for the final battle: 6-4 7-6 (4). 23-year-old Zverev defeated the Spaniard Rafael Nadal in two sets: 6-4 7-5 in the
semi-finals on Saturday, and the first set in the final went up to 5-5. Both players were unable to enforce breakpoints. Then Zverev struck. He regained the eleventh game on his own service, after which he used his third set point in a row in Medvedevs storage turn.
Medvedev only got its first breakchances in the third game of the second set. He left four, so Zverev still got to 2-1. In the ninth game, Medvedev broke his opponents service, after which he finished the set winning. In the last set, the Russian was clearly the better player in all respects.
Football: Antwerp is short against Standard
15.51 hours: Antwerp has remained in the top against Standard Liège at 1-1, which made the home team short of opportunities. Both subtoppers failed to take the leading position in the Belgian Pro League for a while.
Antwerp wanted to recover from the league league league at Anderlecht – the first loss after six consecutive victories – and the disappointment in the Europa League against LASK. The Austrians won on Thursday in Antwerp with 1-0. Standard also lost European, in Poland with Lech Poznan.
After ten minutes, the home team was already ahead of the empty Bosuilstadion. Israeli Lior Refaelov headed for Pieter Gerkens. Standard goalkeeper Arnaud Bodart prevented a greater backlog for the Liège team.
After the break, the visitors came to an equal level. Former PSVer Maxime Lestienne tapped in close range after a Kostas Laifis headball. Shortly before time, Refaelov hit the pole.
Motorsport: Championship leader Mir finally gets first victory in MotoGP
15.23 hrs: Joan Mir has made an advance on the world title in the MotoGP. The Spanish road racer won the Grand Prix of Europe and built his head start in the title battle. It was also a sailant victory for the championship leader, because Mir won his first victory in the MotoGP at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia.
Mir was already the ninth driver who won a race in the king class of motorsport this season. The rider of Suzuki was finally rewarded in Valencia for his constant performance this year. After the start, he dived into the wheel of his compatriot Alex Rins (Suzuki) and lurked around for a flaw from the leader in the race. At about ten laps before the end, Rins gave that hole and Mir struck. The Spaniard then stood until the finish.
The Frenchman Fabio Quartararo dropped off in the title battle. The driver of Yamaha crashed in the beginning of the race. He managed to get back on his bike, but there was no more than fourteenth place in it.
Motorsport: Robin Frijns finishes third in DTM
14.38 hours: Robin Frijns finished the DTM season third. The title in the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters went to René Rast for the second consecutive year, who also won the final race in Hockenheim.
Frijns (29) finished fifth in that race, after crossing the finish line seventh one day before. The Limburger had a long view of the championship, but two downturns in two weekends on the circuit of the Belgian Zolder threw soot in the food. Frijns became the number three in the final position, behind his Audi teammate Nico Müller.
DTM is going to kick off next year. In thecurrent (factory) form was continuing no longer an option, after Audi decided to stop this way after this season.
Football: Asensio replaces injured Fati in Spanish selection
14.17 hrs. The Spanish coach Luis Enrique called Marco Asensio to replace the injured Barcelona attacker Ansu Fati. Wednesday evening Spain will play a practice match against the Dutch team in the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam (20.45 hrs).
18-year-old Fati suffered a knee injury during the league match against Real Betis Saturday. FC Barcelona reports that in the next few days it will be clear how the left knee is going to be treated and how long the young attacker is out of it.
Marco Asensio suffered a severe knee injury in preparation for last season and had to undergo rehabilitation for months. Real Madrids player played his last interland in June 2019.
Motorsport: Departing Bendsneyder fourteenth in Grand Prix Europe
13.46 hours: Motorbike driver Bo Bendsneyder earned 2 points in the World Championship in the Moto2. The Rotterdammer finished in the Grand Prix of Europe on the circuit of Valencia as fourteenth. It was one of his best races this season for the driver, who will have to leave for the Dutch racing team NTS RW Racing GP after this season.
The battle for the world title in the Moto2 is still fully open. Enea Bastianini took over the lead in the championship from Sam Lowes. The British went down early in the race and had to stop the battle. Bastianini did sit on his machine and gained enough points with his fourth place to take over the head position.
Italian Marco Bezzecchi won the race at Circuit Ricardo Tomo. The Spaniard Jorge Martin was second and the Australian Remy Gardner passed the finish third.
Cycling: Brennauer takes final victory Challenge by La Vuelta
13.45: Lisa Brennauer has written the Challenge by La Vuelta to her name. The German one from Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling kept the lead after the third stage in Madrid. The Madrid victory went to the Italian Elisa Balsamo for Lorena Wiebes, but Brennauer had taken enough bonification scores along the way to be sure of the final victory.
Brennauer had taken over the lead from sprintster Wiebes after the second day. The German was the best in the individual time trial Saturday for the Italian Elisa Longo Borghini and Ellen van Dijk. Wiebes had won the first ride in the sprint on Friday.
The ride in Madrid was coloured by seven intermediate sprints where bonification scores were to be earned. This is where a battle between Brennauer and Wiebes developed, but Longo Borghini also grabbed three times the most seconds with a solo and approached the German rankings. With 13 kilometers to go, the Italian was taken back and the peloton was ready for a mass print. Wiebes was the first to enter into this, but was just overtaken by Balsamo.
Brennauer left 12 seconds at Longo Borghini and 13 seconds at Wiebes. Van Dijk became fourth and Annemiek van Vleuten sixth. For the German, it is the second time she won the race in Spain after her victory last year.
The Challenge by La Vuelta, formerly known as the Madrid Challenge, is part of the WorldTour for Women. It is for the cyclists the last race this season in the WorldTour. World champion Anna van der Breggen and her team Boels-Doelmans were missing in the race. European champion Annemiek van Vleuten rode her last match for the team Mitchelton-Scott.
Football: FC Groningen without trainer Buijs against Feyenoord
13.20 hrs: Trainer Danny Buijs of FC Groningen is missing because of sad private circumstances in De Kuip at the away match against Feyenoord. His assistant Adrie Poldervaart is now the main responsible for the northerners. The 38-year-old Buijs lacks reunion with the club for which he played football in youth and where he was a member of the main force between 2006 and 2009.
FC Groningen, which has to do without the still not fit captain Arjen Robben, took 10 points out of the last four matches and climbed to seventh place in the top division. The Buijs team has 13 points, 2 less than Feyenoord.
Cycling: Veldster Pieterse grabs European title at promises
12:53pm Puck Pieterse has taken the European title in cyclocross at the promises. The 18-year-old Amersfoortse arrived after four rounds in Rosmalen solo with a small lead over the Hungarian Kata Blanka Vas. The bronze went to Manon Bakker.
Pieterse won the European Junior Championship last year, a competition that will not be held this year in Rosmalen because of the coronapandemic. In the final round of the course in Autotron Rosmalen, the driver had a smalltook a lead over her compatriots Bakker, Aniek van Alphen and Shirin van Anrooij and Vas.
The Hungarian came in the final round still close to Pieterse, but could not get to the wheel anymore. She finished second at 8 seconds. Bakker came in right back there.
Gymnastics: World Cup in 2021 in Japanese city Kitakyushu
10:00am The Japanese city Kitakyushu hosts the fiftieth edition of the World Championships in 2021. The tournament is scheduled from 17 to 24 October, which is two months after the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The international gymnastics federation FIG carries out a novelty, because immediately after the completion of the World Cup gymnastics begin in the Japanese city the World Cup rhythmic gymnastics. It is the first time that both tournaments are held in the same city in the same year.
The World Championships were originally scheduled to take place in Copenhagen in 2021, but the Danish Gymnastics Association returned the organization because of the coronacrisis. Normally, there are no World Championships in the same year as the Olympic Games, but the coronapandemic has made the Games postponed by one year.
Motorsport: Bendsneyder leaves Dutch Moto 2 team Waninge
09:40pm Motorcyclist Bo Bendsneyder no longer drives for NTS RW Racing GP next season. The racing team of the Drent Roelof Waninge has chosen the Malaysian Hafizh Syahrin in the Moto2 for next year.
Bendsneyder is working on his second season at RW Racing, but the 21-year-old Rotterdam was not very successful. In 2019 he finished 26th in the World Cup with 7 points, this year he ranks 25th with 5 points. The season has arrived in the final phase; there are still three grands prix to go.
Where the future of Bendsneyder lies, is not yet known. Previously, NTS RW Racing GP captured 16-year-old Belgian Barry Baltus for the next two seasons.
Syahrin already has the necessary experience in the World Championships Road Race. The 26-year-old Malaysian already drove three times to a podium place in the Moto2 in his career and was also active in the Kings MotoGP for two seasons.