Monthly Archives: November 2013

Gaelle Amand World Champion Boxing? Response Saturday Night In Cergy

Saturday, November 30, Axis Maggiore host a world championship boxing. A fight 100% female who oppose the Cergyssoise Gaelle Amand the Bosnian Irma Adler-Balijagic. It is a time that less than twenty years can not know. It was in February 1989. This year, Rene Jacquot, fresh world champion WBC super welterweight, lost his belt against John Mugabi in the lair ... Read More »

Ferrari Must Meet Alonso

Luca di Montezemolo, chairman of Ferrari, was very clear: the Scuderia should be sure to provide a very competitive car to Fernando Alonso in 2014. But also to his future teammate Kimi Raikkonen , question win the constructors’ championship. Alonso won two races early in the season 2013, but Ferrari has failed to maintain the same pace of development than ... Read More »

Nanterre Touches The Sky

After an intense and undecided until the end game, Nanterre dominated Partizan Belgrade (62-61) on Thursday night at the Halle Carpentier, at the 7th day of the Euroleague. This success allows the JSF take a serious option in the race to Top 16. What Nanterre is crazy. There is no other word. Champion of France to the surprise of last ... Read More »

Sergi Bruguera With Gasquet

Looking for a new coach since the sudden departure of Riccardo Piatti, Richard Gasquet has settled on Spain’s Sergi Bruguera. Surprised and disappointed”. This is what was said Richard Gasquet at the Masters, while Riccardo Piatti had just told him he would no longer be his coach, ending at the same time three rather successful seasons which enabled the French ... Read More »

Grosjean Goes Into High Gear

Brilliant this year, the French proved that he had the makings of a candidate for the world title in 2014. “At this stage of the season, everyone needed vacation and apparently my engine had decided to anticipate his own!” Romain Grosjean had a sense of humor Sunday. Forced to retire due to an engine failure at Interlagos , the Franco-Swiss ... Read More »

Thomas Levet: “I Feel Much More Confident.”

INTERVIEW – 2013 was not a great vintage for French veteran, 45 years since the September. But its latest results, including his 17th place in SA Open Championship, let him look to the future with confidence. Retirement, this is not for tomorrow! Four cards as per the SA Open Championship last week for the first tournament of the 2014 season ... Read More »

PSG Can It be Compared To Barca?

ltra-ruler in his domestic league, PSG can we therefore be compared to Barca a purely statistical point of view? Paris, The French Barca? “Frankly, the PSG is well above the others.” Some minutes after being swept Paris last Saturday ( 0-3 ), Hubert Fournier had to face the facts. Under the spell, coach Reims has consistently recognized the superiority Paris. ... Read More »

Gasquet: “Tracks With Foreign Coaches”

Guest TP Show, Richard Gasquet returned to the great season that comes from living, punctuated by participation in the Masters. The No. 1 French also mentions his search for a new coach after parting with Riccardo Piatti. Richard, You Leave A Great Season, During Which You Seem To Have Turned A Corner? It is true that I felt good to ... Read More »

“I Am Very Proud,” Eugenie Bouchard

Quebec Eugenie Bouchard did not steal the title of Newcomer of the Year 2013 in the WTA. With an increase of more than 100 places in the world rankings, a final and a few victories against the best players in the world, it was natural that honor him back. WTA preferred the native player Westmount Monica Puig of Puerto Rico ... Read More »

D-Rose Avoids The Worst, But …

If rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament was raised, Derrick Rose ultimately suffers “only” a torn meniscus. The leader of the Bulls will still pass on the billiard table. It will undoubtedly missing many weeks, certainly several months. The Bulls ended the suspense Saturday night, just before midnight. Touched right knee in the third quarter of the match (lost) to ... Read More »