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Motorsport: No public welcome at slotrace MotoGP in Portugal
22:33pm The final race of this season in the MotoGP will be held in front of empty stands in Portugal. Prime Minister António Costa announced a lockdown for large parts of his country on Saturday. On 22 November, the season in the World Championships will close at the Autodromo do Algarve in Portimão, where a Formula One race was held last week.
At that time, some 27,000 fans were allowed to sit in the stands along the circuit. They saw Lewis Hamilton win and Max Verstappen finish third. According to Costa, however, the spectators did not comply with the prescribed coronavirus rules. The fans did not keep enough distance, the Prime Minister said.
“ What happened at the Grand Prix is unacceptable and must not happen again,” says Costa. “We have told the organizers of the MotoGP that the race will be held without an audience, because it has become clear that we cannot organize events on such a scale with spectators.” The motorcyclists return to Portugal for the first time since 2012 for a GP.
Football: Premier League continues during lockdown
20:46 England largely locks back, but football matches in the Premier League can continue. Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the highest football league in his country is not being shut down, which happened in March when England first went into lockdown to slow the spread of the coronavirus. After a three-month break, the Premier League was played out in the summer.
The new lockdown starts on Thursday and lasts until 2 December. Most Englishmen are supposed to go back to work at home. For athletes, among others, an exception is made, according to Oliver Dowden, the Secretary of State for Sport. The matches in the Premier League are played behind closed doors, with no audience in the stands. It is not yet clear whether the lower football leagues in England will continue as well.
Football: Lithuanian football international (36) died
19:30 hrs The Lithuanian football international Marius Zaliukas died at the age of 36. Zaliukas played 25 interlands for his country between 2005 and 2016. “Marius inspired countless young footballers, his contribution to Lithuanian football will never be forgotten,” said the National League.
Zaliukas played most of his career in the Scottish league, with Hearts and Rangers FC. With Hearts, he captured the Scottish Cup in 2012. The Lithuanian played football in England with Leeds United. He ended his career a few years ago. It is not known whether Zaliukas was ill.
Football: Two matches, zero goals in Kitchen Champion Division
18.54: The two matches this Saturday in the Kitchen Champion Division have not yielded any goal. Both Go Ahead Eagles – Excelsior and Roda JC – FC Den Bosch finished in 0-0
with 14 points out of ten matches, Roda JC and Go Ahead have a point less. Den Bosch takes sixteenth place with 8 points.
Almere City FC, De Graafschap and NEC started the second period Friday night with a win. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday also competitions are on the program in the Kitchen Champion Division.
Badminton: Caljouw to final in Saarbrücken
18.34 pm: Mark Caljouw has placed himself at the SaarlorLux Open in Saarbrücken for the final. The third placed Caljouw was in Germany with 21-18 and 21-17 too strong for Canadian Brian Yang. The party lasted 37 minutes.
In the final battle, Caljouw will compete against the winner of the duel between Frenchman Toma Popov Junior and Ditlev Jaeger Holm from Denmark. The 25-year-old Caljouw is the number 36 in the world.
Football: FC Midtjylland down hard towards Ajax
18:02 hrs FC Midtjylland has cashed a big defeat in the Champions League ahead of the home match against Ajax (Tuesday). The Danish team went down in the league with FC Nordsjælland with 4-1. For the visitors midfielder Anders Dreyer brought the equalizer to his name.
FC Midtjylland failed to lead the extensive defeat. With 13 points out of seven duels, the team of trainer Brian Priske is in third place.Midtjylland is still pointless in group D of the Champions League after two duels. The Danish club has also not scored yet.
Tennis: Sonego succeeded in winning Djokovic and reaches 17:20 final
: Lorenzo Sonego, the conqueror of Novak Djokovic at the Vienna ATP tournament, has given a proper sequel to his victory over the worlds number 1. The Italian lucky loser was also the British Daniel Evans in the semi-finals: 6-3 6-4
25-year-old Sonego won the Antalya lawn tournament last year and goes for his second ATP title. He started the week as the number 42 of the world. If he won the tournament, he will enter the top 30
in the final Sonego will compete against the Russian Andrei Rublev (23), who will play his fifth final of the year. He hasnt lost one yet. Rublev saw the South African Kevin Anderson give up: 6-4 4-1.
Golf: Besseling drops on Cyprus
17:14 hours Wil Besseling saw his view of a top ranking in the third round of the Cyprus Open. The North Dutchman needed 72 strokes on the courses of the Aphrodite Hills Resort in Paphos, five more than in his first two rounds. With a total of 206, Besseling fell to the shared thirtieth place. He was in 12th place after two rounds.
The 34-year-old golfer started with three birdies on the first four holes. However, a triple bogey (+3) on the fourteenth hole threw Besseling back. He had to fill in a bogey on his scorecard and ended up one above par.
Jamie Donaldson from Wales is going to the final day as a leader. After two rounds of 65 strokes, Donaldson needed 69 strokes on Saturday. The 45-year-old Brit is followed by five golfers in the rankings on one stroke.
With 71 strokes, Joost Luiten followed the middle of his third round (three birdies and three bogeys). With a total of 209, Lluiten is on the 53rd spot in the leaderboard.
Tennis: Thiem unsubscribed from the Paris tournament
16.54 p.m.: Following Novak Djokovic, Dominic Thiem has also opted out of the Paris Master Tournament. The Austrian US Open champion, the number 3 in the world, is experiencing blisters.
27-year-old Thiem lost this week at the Vienna ATP tournament in the quarter finals. Last year he won the tournament in his own country. He will now prepare for the ATP Finals, from 15 to 22 November in London.
Rafael Nadal was placed first in Paris. He never managed to win the master tournament in Bercy. Due to the unsubscriptions of Djokovic and Thiem and the prolonged absence of Roger Federer, Stefanos Tsitsipas from Greece was placed second.
Tennis: Mannarino and Millman to final battle in Kazakhstan
16.27 hrs: The final battle of the first edition of the ATP tournament of Nur-Sultan goes between the Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and John Millman from Australia. The tournament in the capital of Kazakhstan was added only last month to the ATP calendar thinned by the coronavirus.
The third placed Mannarino was the boss of the Fin Emil Ruusuvuori with 7-5 6-2, while Millman – placed fourth – got rid of American Frances Tiafoe in three sets: 3-6 6-4 6-4 6-4.
Rosmalen grass tournament. The one year younger Millman can book his first tournament victory.
Cyclocross: Victorious Sausage at Koppenbergcross
15.26 hrs: Annemarie Worst has written the first real classic of this season to her name. She won the heavy Koppenbergcross. In the last ascent of the steep Flemish pimple she dissolved Lucinda Brand, who came second across the finish line. Yara Kastelijn, who won last year, now arrived third.
Denise Betsema and world champion Ceylin del Carmen Alavarado were able to join the front at the beginning of the race. Alvarado had to be the first to drop out, Betsema could not join the Dutch trio that remained. For Sausage, it was her first victory in this season.
Among the men, Eli Iserbyt was the strongest. The 23-year-old Belgian was a class apart and soled to victory at the Koppenberg. Lars van der Haar came second over the finish line, 43 seconds from Iserbyt. The Belgian Toon Aerts became third and admitted 1.20.
Tennis: Simona Halep infected with coronavirus
14.22 h: Simona Halep tested positive for coronavirus. The Romanian number 2 in the world announced its contamination via Twitter. “I am at home in isolation and recovering from mild symptoms. I feel good,” said 29-year-old Halep, Wimbledons last winner.
The positive test has no sporting effect on Halep, she has already ended her season. Her last tournament was Roland Garros, where she lost to the later champion Iga Swiatek earlier this month in the fourth round.
Cycling: Shortrider race at start of the mountain race in Vuelta
14.15 hrs: The riders in the Vuelta held a short protest at the start of the eleventh stage. Chris Froome was the captain of the muting peloton, who stayed on the bike and refused to leave for the heavy mountain ride to the Alto de la Farrapona.
The riders expressed their dissatisfaction with the course of events at the finish of the tenth stage with the protest. The organization had unexpectedly decided to include time differences that had occurred in the last 3 kilometers. As a result, Primoz Roglic was able to take over Richard Carapazs red leader jersey thanks to 10 seconds of bonification and the 3 seconds he crossed the finish line earlier than the Ecuadorian.
Froome spoke briefly with course director Javier Guillen, after which the peloton started.
Football: Premier League coaches want five more bills
13.27 hours: Coaches in the Premier League want to have the opportunity to switch five players in matches again. Pep Guardiola of Manchester City and Jürgen Klopp of Liverpool are among the advocates. They point to the increasing number of injuries.
The coaches can now substantiate their claim with numbers. Research has shown that the number of injuries at the clubs has almost doubled compared to the same period in the previous season.
Five changes were allowed in the previous season, which was a long standstill due to the coronapandemic and was completed in the summer with many competitions in a short time. The Premier League decided to return to the usual three bills for this season, but most coaches now want that decision to be reviewed.
“ In the Premier League, players have 47 percent more muscle injuries than the previous season, because most teams have not been able to prepare properly and there are so many matches. The competitions in Germany, Spain and elsewhere allow five bills to protect the players, not to protect one team,” said Guardiola.
Tennis: Van de Zandschulp out of schedule after false positive test
13.10 hrs: Botic van de Zandschulp does not come into action on Saturday in the semi-final of the Challenger Tournament in Hamburg. The title holder at the German indoor tournament had delivered a positive corontest on Friday. Saturday, he tested negative, but by then it was too late.
“ I am tested false positive”, said the 25-year-old Van de Zandschulp on Saturday. The number 157 of the world was to take up the last four against Taro Daniel. The Japanese is supervised by Dutch coach Sven Groeneveld.
With a win on Daniel Van de Zandschulp, who won his only title at the challenge level last year in Hamburg last year, would redeem Tallon Greekspoor as the number 1 in the Netherlands. In two weeks Van de Zandschulp will be in action at a challenger tournament in Bratislava.
Football: Donnarumma and Hauge after negative test back at AC Milan
11.39 a.m.: Koploper AC Milan in the Italian Serie A can Sunday against Udinese again have goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and the Norwegian wing striker Jens Petter Hauge. Both players were temporarily not entitled to play due to coronavirus infection, but a final corana test showed a negative result.
The duo missed the competition match against AS Roma (3-3) and the duel with Sparta Prague in the Europa League (3-0).
AC Milan leads after five rounds with 13 points, 2 more than Napoli and Sassuolo.
Basketball: NBA and players clash over playing schedule
10.47: If the new season in the American basketball league NBA does not start in December before Christmas, then an additional loss of revenue of up to $1 billion threatens. Thats what the profliga argues on the ESPN news channel.
The NBA has been negotiating with the players union for weeks about the schedule of the upcoming season and also the salaries of the players. The players dont want to start the new season until mid-January. The negotiations have already been suspended for the fourth time this week. The deadline for an agreement has now been set on 6 November.
Coronapandemic hit the NBA hard. Revenue dropped by 10 percent last season to 8.3 billion dollars. Finish the season in a closed bubble at the Disney World complex in Orlando, something could be recouped from television rights.
The NBA is betting on a season that starts on 22 December and counts 72 regular matches. The playoffs can then be ready for the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Starting before Christmas brings many television viewers and therefore income. The player union believes that the players deserve more rest and prefers a season that starts in mid-January.
Football: Bale is no longer the same footballer
09.10 am: coach JoséMourinho by Tottenham Hotspur gives Gareth Bale time to sharpen his shape. The Wales attacker returns to the English club after seven years with Real Madrid on a rental basis, but has not been given much time. “He works hard, hasnt missed a minute of the workouts and is finally injury-free, but 90 minutes to go full is still too much to ask. He improves and hopefully he will take a higher level,” said the coach leading up to the Premier League match against Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Portuguese did indeed live up to the expectations of his acquisition, which at the time swirled along the flanks and scored frequently. The lightning-fast Bale earned a transfer to Real Madrid and was equally the most expensive player in the world. “Seven years is a long time, so Gareth is no longer the same footballer. Not better or worse, but different. Players change over the years; they try to discover other qualities and responsibilities that fit into the tactical system of their teams,” says Mourinho.