ATP 500 Londres/Queens
Damir Dzumhur DZU
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Grigor Dimitrov DIM
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Leonardo Mayer MAY
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Kevin Anderson AND
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Milos Raonic RAO
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Yuki Bhambri BHA
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John Millman MIL
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Novak Djokovic DJO
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Tomas Berdych BER
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Julien Benneteau BEN
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Tim Smyczek SMY
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Jeremy Chardy CHA
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Nick Kyrgios KYR
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Andy Murray MUR
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David Goffin GOF
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Feliciano López LÓP
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Ryan Harrison HAR
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Kyle Edmund EDM
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Adrian Mannarino MAN
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Daniel Evans EVA
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Mundial
WTA Mallorca
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Marta Kostyuk KOS
Lucie Safarova SAF
EN JUEGO
Sofia Kenin KEN
Kateryna Kozlova KOZ
Aleksandra Krunic KRU
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Victoria Azarenka AZA
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Kirsten Flipkens FLI
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Aliaksandra Sasnovich SAS
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Caroline Garcia GAR
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Su-Wei Hsieh HSI
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Danielle Collins COL
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Rebecca Peterson PET
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Ajla Tomljanovic TOM
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Magda Linette LIN
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Polona Hercog HER
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Viktoria Kuzmova KUZ
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Johanna Larsson LAR
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Sorana Cirstea CIR
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Svetlana Kuznetsova KUZ
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Anastasija Sevastova SEV
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Stefanie Voegele VOE
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Victoria Azarenka AZA
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Alison Riske RIS
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Angelique Kerber KER
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COMPLETED
Antonia Lottner LOT
6 6
Aliaksandra Sasnovich SAS
4 0
WTA Birmingham
Coco Vandeweghe VAN
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Petra Martic MAR
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Jennifer Brady BRA
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Barbora Zahlavova Strycova STR
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Dalila Jakupovic JAK
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Elise Mertens MER
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Timea Babos BAB
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Mihaela Buzarnescu BUZ
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Garbiñe Muguruza MUG
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Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova PAV
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Johanna Konta KON
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Petra Kvitova KVI
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Ashleigh Barty BAR
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Daria Kasatkina KAS
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Julia Goerges GOE
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Maria Sakkari SAK
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Donna Vekic VEK
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Elina Svitolina SVI
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Alize Cornet COR
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Ekaterina Makarova MAK
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Lesia Tsurenko TSU
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Heather Watson WAT
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ATP Halle
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Benoit Paire PAI
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Steve Johnson JOH
2
EN JUEGO
Marton Fucsovics FUC
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Philipp Kohlschreiber KOH
1
EN JUEGO
Stefanos Tsitsipas TSI
2
Lucas Pouille POU
0
Richard Gasquet GAS
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Florian Mayer MAY
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Mischa Zverev ZVE
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Karen Khachanov KHA
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Malek Jaziri JAZ
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Matthew Ebden EBD
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Andreas Seppi SEP
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Matteo Berrettini BER
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Roger Federer FED
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Aljaz Bedene BED
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Borna Coric COR
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Alexander Zverev ZVE
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Peter Gojowczyk GOJ
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Rudolf Molleker MOL
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This Real Madrid foments anti-madridismo

The day that was meant to be marked by Griezmann saying who he loved more was shattered by a bombshell: Real Madrid announcing they'd signed Spain coach Lopetegui for three years. Three days before their opening World Cup game against Portugal, the news was an utter shock. It turns out the coach, who's been spot-on in his decision making up to now, was playing two hands at the same time, and for whatever reason the news came out early. His leadership of the group now can't be the same. The players will see him with different eyes. His dedication to the Spain cause will also be different. His head will be a mix of Spain's rivals and the pressing needs that await him at the Bernabéu: Cristiano Ronaldo, Bale, Neymar, the goalkeeper...

Real Madrid have transferred their own problem to Spain

In all honesty, the news hit me like a shot. Not because Lopetegui will be the coach of Real Madrid for the next three years, which seems to me a decent, respectable decision. But for me the timing and the manner were horrible. There's a certain feeling of betrayal of the group he's taken to the World Cup, of his new president, Luis Rubiales, who has just renewed Lopetegui's contract, and all the Spain fans who are eagerly waiting for the World Cup and now see the coach is more interested in something else and has gone off with Real Madrid, who have solved their own problem at the expense of transferring it to the Spanish national side, which is the same as transferring it to all the football fans of Spain.

Real Madrid could have done this a different way

Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez has the legal right to do what he's done. He'll pay the two million buy-out clause, an insignificant sum in these situations. Now he's got his coach, he can sleep easy. But what's happened has a cost that could have been avoided by choosing someone else or at least delaying the announcement of the agreement until after the end of the World Cup. With what they've done, Real Madrid have hurt a lot of people in Spain, something which can't just be ignored. I think this way of behaving, rudely ignoring anything that isn't in your own interests, is profoundly distasteful. However this ends, it's started very badly.