Monthly Archives: October 2013

Jo Wilfried Tsonga Make A Stop In The Race For The Masters In London

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga came to Vienna to reassure and earn ATP points. Missed. his loss to Robin Haase , 63rd World, does not bode well for the end of the season. Masters of London starts in three weeks, and it seems the end of the world for Tsonga. An Eldorado moving away. Currently ranked ninth in Race, Manceau had made the ... Read More »

The Roma In The Big Eight

Eighth game and eighth victory for AS Roma Rudi Garcia, dealing in Naples its first loss of the season (2-0) and flew ahead of Calcio. Unstoppable. The international break has not broken the dynamics of Rudi Garcia’s men. Opposed to their dolphin kick, the Romans immediately took the lead thanks to a high dry and technical laxity of their opponents. ... Read More »

A Strategic Alliance

MONTREAL – Without necessarily being hostile brothers, Groupe Yvon Michel (GYM) and InterBox conducted their operations separately during the last decade. Both promoters have even worked a few times over the years, for two fights between Jean Pascal and Adrian Diaconu including, preparing to repeat the experiment for which oppose megachoc Pascal Lucian Bute on January 18th. But the balance ... Read More »

Two Winning Numbers

How many times boxing fans have they been told not to miss this or that fight because it would be one year or better yet, one of the decade? Unfortunately, too often duels in question have not been up to expectations and many have vowed to never get caught. Floyd Mayweather and son Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is the latest incarnation ... Read More »

Shriners Hospitals Place The Game

This is Las Vegas in the Nevada desert, a good third of the Top 100 Global has chosen to fight. With prize money significantly revised upwards, the field of the 2013 edition (but that counts for the 2014 season) was very proud look. So who will break the bank? Usually placed before the Open in the Fall Series, the ... Read More »

Nanterre Was Not Even Scared!

If we could fear that a team of Nanterre timid for his Euroleague debut, facing one of the very best teams in Europe, it is quite the opposite happened. The JSF has literally assaulted CSKA Moscow in the early game on Thursday night and very nearly signed a resounding achievement! “Nanterre has not won the championship of France by chance.” ... Read More »

Ysern We Hope That Roland Garros Is Broadcast Free

TV rights, extension of the stadium.The director generalde the French Tennis Federation discusses the burning issues. The Director General of the French Tennis Federation, Gilbert Ysern, which received Le Figaro, at Roland Garros, is aware that the FFT can not increase its revenue through television Pay TV. Le Figaro: Why Or Canal + Sport BeIN Or Did Not Respond To ... Read More »

7 Reasons Not To Miss France And Finland

You wonder if it’s worth watching tonight Finland-France (2100)? Here are seven reasons to convince you. Because Miracles Really Do Exist! There is the foregone conclusion, that when France is found in all cases in dams, probably without status seeded scenario. And then there is the totally unlikely scenario, one where the Blues are needed by two goals to the ... Read More »

F1: Romain Grosjean Is No Longer “The Crazy First Round”

Grand Prix of Japan in 2012, there was a year Romain Grosjean wins the title of “crazy in the first round,” a nickname given by Australian Mark Webber, furious at having been stamped at the first corner of the race by the driver Franco- Swiss . Japanese Grand Prix 2013, Sunday: Romain Grosjean is half the race before finishing 3rd, ... Read More »

Boxing: Lewis Ready To Reboxer For 75 Million Euros, “Absurd” For The Klitschko Camp

Berlin – The former British boxer Lennox Lewis is ready to step back into the ring to face one of the Klitschko brothers against historical scholarship of around € 75 million, described as “absurd” by the proposal camp of world heavyweight champions. It’s my money and we are in discussion, told the Daily Mail the heavyweight 48 years who has ... Read More »