Wout Weghorst shows its value in Bundesliga

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Tennis: Zverev also wins second tennis tournament in Cologne

21.57 hours: Alexander Zverev also wrote the second tennis tournament in Cologne. Last weekend, the first German was also victorious in his own country.

The 23-year-old Zverev left the Argentine Diego Schwartzman in the final Sunday evening with 6-2 6-1 chance. The party lasted only 71 minutes. Zverev did not allow Schwartzman a single break, hit nine aces and stood only five points on his own store.

Last weekend, Zverev was too strong for the Canadian Felix Auger-Alliasime, who lost to Schwartzman in three sets this Saturday. Zverev, who started both tournaments with a bye, thus won eight matches in a row.

The two tournaments in Cologne were added at the last moment to the thinned ATP calendar

Football: Wout Weghorst important for Wolfsberg

19.09: VfL Wolfsburg has made the first victory in the Bundesliga this season. The team of the scoring Wout Weghorst won in his own house with 2-1 from Arminia Bielefeld. Wolfsburg, which had played the first four games, rises by victory to eighth place.

Weghorst was played by Maximilian Arnold from a free kick, turned away and shot in. Arnold made it 2-0 himself a minute later.

Bielefeld, with Mike van der Hoorn and former PSVer Ritsu Doan, went looking for a hit. The biggest chances were before Wolfsburg via Renato Steffen and Maxence Lacroix, who shot against the pole. Invaller Sven Schipplock made the 2-1 ten minutes before time.

Football: Lille lost head position in France

19.07 hours: Lille OSC football players have lost the leading position in the French football league. They entered the duel with OGC Nice no further than a tie (1-1).

Kasper Dolberg, former player of Ajax, brought the home team ahead. Burak Yilmaz made equal for Lille.

PSG is the new leader of France, after Saturdays victory at Dijon (4-0). Lille is equal in points but has a worse goal balance than the reigning champion.

Judo: Ausma grabs bronze in Budapest

18.23 hours: Judoka Natascha Ausma has a bronze medal left at the grand slam in Budapest. In the class up to 78 kilograms, 24-year-old judoka defeated Aleksandra Babintseva from Russia in the golden score with ippon.

Ausma had won the semi-finals after the Polish Paulina Diaopa, Portuguese Patricia Sampaio and Anastasija Turchin from Ukraine. In it she lost to the French Audrey Tcheumeo, who later took the gold. In the battle for bronze it was exciting for a long time, but she knocked the Russian who had previously won Karen Stevenson in the second chances.

World champion Noël vant End grabbed in the class up to 90 kilograms next to the bronze. Vant End won in the group stage of Li Kochman from Israel, Mattias Kuusik from Estonia and Marcus Nyman from Sweden. However, the 29-year-old World Champion lost to Altanbagana Gantulga from Mongolia in the semi-finals. In the struggle for bronze, Mammadali Mehdijev from Azerbaijan turned out to be too strong. The judoka had already blocked Van t Ends way to bronze at the European Games in 2019.

Golf: Luiten in tenth place best Dutchman at Italian Open

17.03 hours: Joost Luiten finished tenth at the Italian Open. That makes him the best Dutchman. Luiten ran a round of 68 strokes on the closing day, resulting in 16 strokes below the average.

The 34-year-old Lluiten recorded an eagle on the sixth hole, two strokes below the average. He also hit seven birdies. A double bogey on the fifth hole prevented a better score.

Darius van Driel started the last day as the best Dutchman. However, he ended with a moderate final round of 73 strokes, his worst score over the four days. Van Driel wrote down three bogeys and compared only two birdies. As a result, he was shared thirtieth. Wil Besseling was sixteenth with -14 over four days.

The Italian Open was won by the Englishman Ross McGowan (-20), who did not have a great final round (71 strokes), but the Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts and compatriot Laurie Canter remained one battle ahead.

Motorsport: Bendsneyder 16th in GP Teruel

16.54 hrs: Bo Bendsneyder has achieved his best ranking in theMoto2 since the resumption of the World Championships Road Race in this corona year. The Rotterdam motorcycle racer finished sixteenth in the Grand Prix of Teruel on the Motorland Aragon circuit.

The driver of the Dutch team RW Racing GP already experienced a bright spot in the qualifications by winning the tenth starting spot. He couldnt hold that position in the race. Bendsneyder was able to compete in the pace, but at the end of the race he earned just too many positions to win points for the championship.

The British Sam Lowes won for the third time in a row, and he took over the lead in the World Cup from the Italian Enea Bastianini, who finished third. The difference is 7 points.

Motocross: Gajser continues with victory in Lommel in World Championships

16.12 pm: Tim Gajser won the Grand Prix of Lommel in the MXGP. The Slovenian motocross rider and reigning world champion was the best in both races in Lommel and strengthened the lead in the world championship.

The Frenchman Romain Febvre finished second in both manches. Jeremy Seewer from Switzerland became third in the second round and after fourth place in the first round also third in the final score. The Italian Antonio Cairoli, who finished third in the first round, finished only tenth in the second round after a fall.

In the World Cup stand, Gajser comes at 583 points. Cairoli is second at 509, and Spanish motocross rider Jorge Prado, who was still the number three in the World Championships, was missing in Lommel. The Spaniard, who won the Grand Prix of Limburg last Wednesday on the same circuit, tested positive for the coronavirus.

Brian Bogers finished sixth, seventh and seventh overall in Lommel. Glenn Coldenhoff was missing in Lommel. The Brabander suffered fractures in two vertebrae at the qualification last week. Jeffrey Herlings has been absent for a long time due to neck injuries and a foot injury.

In the MX2 class, Roan van de Moosdijk won the second round. The young motocross rider finished second behind the British Ben Watson who won the first round and finished fourth in the second race. Van de Moosdijk was finished sixth in the first tower.

Tennis: Van de Zandschulp can not crown good week

16.52 hrs: Tennis player Botic van de Zandschulp failed to win the Challenger Tournament of Ismaning. At the indoor tournament in Germany, he had to recognize his superior in the Swiss Marc-Andrea Hüsler with 6-7 (3) 7-6 (2) 7-5.

The 25-year-old Van de Zandschulp, the number 174 of the world, would be the best Dutchman on the world rankings as of Monday. Tallon Greekspoor now remains the number 1 in the Netherlands.

Van de Zandschulp was once the best on a challenger, last year in Hamburg. This year he also lost a final in Koblenz.

Tennis: Middelkamp loses double game final

15.36 hours: Matwé Middelkoop did not succeed in winning the title in the doubles at the European Open in Antwerp. The 37-year-old double specialist lost with his partner Rohan Bopanna from India in the final in two sets of Australian John Peers and New Zealander Michael Venus: 6-3 6-4


Peers and Venus had eliminated Sander Arends and his Spanish double partner Pablo Andujar in the semi-final.

It is for Middelkoop the second final of an ATP tournament that he loses this year. This month, with his Brazilian double partner Marcelo Demoliner, he lost the final in St. Petersburg. In February he won the double title of the tournament in Corodoba, Argentina with Demoliner.

Motorsport: Victor Morbidelli in MotoGP

14.04 hours: The Italian road racer Franco Morbidelli has written the Grand Prix of Teruel in the MotoGP. It was the second Grand Prix win of this season for the Yamaha driver. Morbidelli finished 2 seconds before the Spaniard Alex Rins (Suzuki) at Motorland Aragon Circuit. Joan Mir (Suzuki) finished third in 5 seconds and the Spaniard strengthened his leading position in the World Championship.

Japanese Takaaki Nakagima (Honda) had little pleasure from his first pole position ever. He flew off the track in the first round and was unable to continue the race. Morbidelli took over the lead and did not turn it off. Rins was shortly behind him for almost the entire race, but was not able to really threaten the Italian. Mir started as twelfth and skilfully sent his machine forward at the initial stage. His advance brought him to third place and valuable points for the championship. He ended up with the Frenchman Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha), who was only eighth in the GP of Teruel.

Football: Skomina leads Ajax in a duel with Atalanta

14.03: Referee Damir Skomina leads Tuesday evening the match of Ajax with Atalanta in the Champions League. The experienced Slovene is an old acquaintance of the club from Amsterdam. He whistledAjax two seasons ago also during a home duel with Real Madrid (1-2). Skomina caught the anger of many Ajax fans by rejecting a hit by Nicolás Tagliafico. Skomina also led Ajax three years ago in the lost Europa League final against Manchester United (0-2).

The Slovene is assisted in Bergamo by his compatriots Jure Praprotnik and Robert Vukan, who have been appointed border judges. Juan Martínez Munuera will act as video referee. On Saturday the Spaniard led the Spanish topper between Barcelona and Real Madrid (1-3).

Last week, Ajax lost the first duel in the group stage of the Champions League of Liverpool (0-1). In Denmark, Atalanta was far too strong for FC Midtjylland (0-4).

Match World Series after spectacular victory Tampa Bay

9:32 a.m.: The baseballers of Tampa Bay Rays have matched Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series. The Florida club won the fourth match in the best-of-seven finals of MLBs American baseball league in Arlington. The Rays worked in the ninth and final inning, with pitcher Kenley Jansen from Curaçao on the hill, with two points behind: 8-7. This was the final match on 2-2. Sunday is the fifth game in Texas.

The Dodgers had the defeat in the ninth inning to themselves. With two men out and two bases occupied, Brett Phillips hit the ball. Thanks to a missed fielder Chris Taylor, Kevin Kiermaier was able to walk into the equalizer from second base: 7-7, and then Randy Arozarena, coming from first base, tried to force the winning point. Between the third base and the home album, however, he went down after which a victory was no longer possible at that time. Catcher Will Smith, however, did not touch on Max Muncys toss, after which Arozarena was able to score the winning point to his surprise and joy: 8-7

Tennis: Middelkoop achieves final doubles in Antwerp

00.17 hours: Matwé Middelkoop at the European Open in Antwerp the final of doubles reached. The 37-year-old double specialist won with his partner Rohan Bopanna from India in the supertiebreak of Belgians Sander Gillé and Joran Vligen: 4-6 6-3 10-8


Middelkoop and Bopanna meet Australian John Peers and New Zealander Michael Venus in the final Sunday. Earlier on the day of Sander Arends and his Spanish double partner Pablo Andujar won 6-3 and 6-4.