Tour Francia
Bourg Saint Maurice - Alpe d Huez
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ATP Bastad
Casper Ruud Casper Ruud
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David Ferrer David Ferrer
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Richard Gasquet Richard Gasquet
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Gerald Melzer Gerald Melzer
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COMPLETED
John Millman John Millman
4 4
Federico Delbonis Federico Delbonis
6 6
COMPLETED
Mikael Ymer Mikael Ymer
6 4 2
Fabio Fognini Fabio Fognini
1 6 6
ATP Umag
Marton Fucsovics Marton Fucsovics
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Marco Trungelliti TRU
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Martin Klizan KLI
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Robin Haase Robin Haase
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Andrey Rublev Andrey Rublev
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Felix Auger-Aliassime Felix Auger-Aliassime
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Evgeny Donskoy Evgeny Donskoy
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Damir Dzumhur Damir Dzumhur
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ATP Newport
Jason Jung Jason Jung
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Tim Smyczek Tim Smyczek
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Ramkumar Ramanathan Ramkumar Ramanathan
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Vasek Pospisil Vasek Pospisil
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WTA Gstaad
EN JUEGO
Tamara Korpatsch KOR
Sara Sorribes Tormo SOR
Alize Cornet COR
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Conny Perrin PER
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Patty Schnyder SCH
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Samantha Stosur STO
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COMPLETED
Mandy Minella MIN
6 6
Johanna Larsson LAR
3 4
COMPLETED
Viktoria Kuzmova KUZ
6 6
Veronika Kudermetova KUD
7 7
COMPLETED
Eugenie Bouchard BOU
7 7
Viktorija Golubic GOL
6 6
WTA Bucarest
EN JUEGO
Anna Karolina Schmiedlova KAR
Laura Siegemund SIE
Claire Liu LIU
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Petra Martic MAR
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Maryna Zanevska ZAN
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Sorana Cirstea CIR
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Ons Jabeur JAB
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Vera Zvonareva ZVO
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Cristiano to Juve, France in the final

Out of sight out of mind. This was the impression I was left with after the epistolary exchange between Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo, whose move to Juventus has been made official for a sum that sounds a mere trifle in a market where the money flying here, there and everywhere outnumbers truly great players. Madrid might argue that they have made more than they paid for, and been rewarded with Ronaldo’s peak years. Juventus are buying a star at a snip, a player who can get paid the amount he sought because the Italian club didn’t have to bend in the negotiations.   

Separate ways

It was no secret that Florentino and Cristiano struggled to tolerate each other and now they go their separate ways. What remains is this epistolary exchange, which does not quite follow Florentino’s wish to make Cristiano publicly and openly explain his departure. That didn’t happen, and what we were left with is an exchange of letters and faint praise that smacked of a less than amicable divorce. I presume the whole thing went through the mill of negotiations between the president, a slippery word sliding down a mudslide, and the club, directors, team-mates, technical staff and workers. Madrid also sent out praise, but between gritted teeth.    

Replacement

So, Cristiano is now a Juve player and right now Lopetegui’s first job is to find a fifty-goals-a-season replacement. It will be an anxious summer. In the meantime, the World Cup hurtles into the final straight. France dispatched Belgium in a tight game which was decided with a (possibly deflected) Umtiti header from a corner. Neither side gave much away and it was notable for Hazard’s unsuccessful attempts to steer the game back in Belgium’s favour, Griezmann’s growing calm, a run or two from Mbappé and a number of set pieces. And not much else.