Tag Archives: Switzerland

Benneteau The Big Quack

Responsible for putting the team of France Davis Cup on track, Julien Benneteau failed due to the modest Tobias Kamke. The weekend of the Blues looks more difficult than expected. France where the hosts Germany in the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup. Archi-Mannschaft favorites against a decimated and in crisis , the Blues are 1-0 following the surprise defeat Julien ... Read More »

Rugby New European Competitions Ready Unpacked

Paris -There are more than a few small details to work but the protagonists of European rugby are formal: the European cup rugby are ready, after months of uncertainty and blocking reforms. “There are more major obstacles now. Champions cup will replace the Heineken Cup” told AFP one of the English negotiators, within five days of the kickoff the quarterfinals ... Read More »

Dimitrov Is Ripe

Cataloged great hope for some time, Grigor Dimitrov, who won Sunday at Acapulco, shows since the beginning of the year that is now turned a corner. As a sign of destiny, Grigor Dimitrov, aka “Baby Federer”, won the tournament in Acapulco on Sunday, after the sixth coronation of Switzerland in Dubai. Often compared to former World No. 1 for his ... Read More »

TJ Oshie Plays Hero For Americans

TJ Oshie scored four times in an eight-round shootout on Saturday to give victory to the United States 3-2 against Russia in an exciting game in the preliminary round of the men’s hockey tournament at the Olympic Games in Sochi. TJ Oshie had begun shooting in beating goalkeeper Sergei Bobrovsky, who then stopped James Van Riemsdyk and Joe Pavelski. Evgeni ... Read More »

Robert Marchand: “I Feel Very Much Like A Guy Who Was 102 Years Old”

Robert Marchand attempt to break his own record the number of kilometers cycled in one hour on Friday at the Velodrome Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. For 102 years, Robert Marchand will try, Friday, Jan. 31, to beat the world record for cycling time, a track event of traversing the greatest possible distance in sixty minutes. The attempt will take place at the new ... Read More »

Stefan Edberg New Coach Of Roger Federer

Roger Federer will collaborate with Stefan Edberg in 2014. Swedish accompany Switzerland since the Australian Open. On paper, a dream duo. After 2013 very difficult for him, Roger Federer, 32, seeks to give a new impetus to his career. To do this, the Swiss decided to begin a collaboration with an old tennis legend Stefan Edberg. Switzerland announced Friday on ... Read More »

Masters: Rescue Operation For Roger Federer Against Juan Martin Del Potro

Roger Federer is playing a real Masters quarter-final against Juan Martin Del Potro . The opportunity for Switzerland to raise the balance of the season too dull for him. Keep calculators and doliprane. This time, no need to scenarios or calculations need to be done Math Sup. Forget the chickens. Saturday afternoon, it is a real quarter-final that will play ... Read More »

Turkish Open: Rain Is Coming To The Party

Even the eastern part of Turkey has not been spared by the weather. Storms and rain, violent, and have forced the tournament to three-hour delay start of play. The first round will therefore end on Friday in the morning. Before the return of the sun for the rest of the week. For the first as an official tournament on the ... Read More »

“Djoko” Keeps Balance

If Novak Djokovic was able to respect the hierarchy of the end of the season, the Serb, as Bercy three days earlier, needed three sets to rule on opening Masters Roger Federer (6-4, 6-7, 6 -2). After a thirty-first clash between the two men of small bills. “It is not often a Djokovic-Federer on Tuesday.” Andy Roddick , who has ... Read More »

World Cup To 40 Teams, But For What?

FOOTBALL – To compete in the World Cup to 40 teams and only 32, this is the funny idea put forward by Michel Platini, President of UEFA. But for what purpose? Politics, Michel Platini knows. After the end of his illustrious career playmaker then the more brief, coach of the Blues, the native will Joeuf is indeed directly tried, first ... Read More »