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Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 03:38:42

Tuesday’s top 10 matches: ours at Wimbledon, Zenit, CSKA and Dynamo on freight trains

Mikhail Georgiev Jul 3, 2023 09:00 pm UTC Audio Version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Highlights July 4: Medvedev, Mirra Andreeva start in London, Zenit against Red Star, CSKA and Dynamo prepare for the season.

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The time in the material is in Moscow. Program in summary:

🎾 15:00*: Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) – Jeremy Chardy (France), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 15:00*: Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – Arthur Fery (Great Britain), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 15:00* : Emma Navarro (USA) – Ekaterina Alexandrova (Russia), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 15:00*: Kaya Juvan (Slovenia) – Margarita Betova (Russia), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 15:00*: Mirra Andreeva (Russia) – Xiyu Wang (China), Wimbledon, first round 🎾 15:30*: Shelby Rogers (USA) – Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan), Wimbledon, first round ⚽️ 17:00: CSKA – Neftekhimik, friendly match ⚽️ 17: 00: Dynamo – SKA-Khabarovsk, friendly match 🎾 19:00*: Panna Udvardi (USA) – Arina Sobolenko (Belarus), Wimbledon, first round ⚽️ 19:30: Red Star – Zenit, Premier Cup

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🎾 15:00*: Carlos Alcaraz (Spain) – Jeremy Chardy (France), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Can the tournament’s top seed end the French veteran’s career?

After the title won in the London tournament, the Spanish Carlos Alcaras recovered the first line of the world ranking, once again managing to remove the Serbian champion Novak Djokovic from it. As the first racket in the world, Alcaraz arrived at Wimbledon, where his rival at the start of the tournament will be the Frenchman Jeremy Chardy, who put an end to his career. For the 36-year-old veteran, the performance in the English capital will be his last in men’s singles at professional tournaments. Will Jeremy be able to shake off the old days and put up a dignified stand against Carlos?

carlos alcaraz

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🎾 15:00*: Daniil Medvedev (Russia) – Arthur Fury (Great Britain), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Russia’s best tennis player overcome prolonged bad luck at the Hulls?

The last time the 27-year-old Medvedev made it past the fourth round at Grand Slam tournaments was last year in Melbourne, where he reached the final. In the same season, Daniil did not reach the main tournaments of the year beyond the third round, and in Paris, Medvedev generally already lost at the beginning of the tournament. Will Russia’s best tennis player overcome prolonged bad luck at the Hulls? You must first deal with the owner of the local Feri courts.

daniel medvedev

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🎾 15:00*: Emma Navarro (United States) – Ekaterina Aleksandrova (Russia), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Ekaterina Aleksandrova be able to break a string of failures at Wimbledon?

The 28-year-old Russian will play in the main draw at the top grass tournament of the year for the sixth time. Previously, Ekaterina never made it past the second round, but she now has a great chance to break a series of misses. Alexandrova is in fine form, as evidenced by the title in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and the semifinals in Berlin. It’s time to set a personal record at Wimbledon.

Ekaterina Alexandrova

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🎾 15:00*: Kaya Juvan (Slovenia) – Margarita Betova (Russia), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will Margarita Betova get her first win this year?

Betova (née Gasparyan) has returned from her maternity leave and is performing under a protected rating. Now she is only in the second thousand of the world ranking. At Wimbledon, Margarita only reached the second round once, in 2019. This season she suffered two losses in two matches in the Birmingham and Eastbourne qualifiers, failing to win another win.

Daisy Betova

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🎾 15:00*: Mirra Andreeva (Russia) – Xiyu Wang (China), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Will 16-year-old Mirra Andreeva be able to cope with the pressure of Wimbledon?

Andreeva, 16, was the only Russian woman (out of eight) who managed to break the qualifying barrier. Three participants left the fight in the first round, four more – in the second, that is, in the semifinals. Mirra has never competed on grass before. The next match will be her Wimbledon adult main draw debut.

myrrh andreeva

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🎾 3:30pm*: Shelby Rogers (USA) – Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: Elena Rybakina was able to recover from all health problems?

The reigning Wimbledon champion and the third seed of the current season starts in London with the American Rogers. The last few weeks for the 24-year-old representative of Kazakhstan have been very difficult. Elena experienced upset at the French Slam and was forced to withdraw from Roland Garros during the tournament. Since then, Rybakina has played only two matches and refused to participate in the Berlin tournament. Elena’s current state of health is the main topic before the start of Wimbledon.

Elena Rybakina

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⚽️ 5:00 p.m.: CSKA – Neftekhimik, friendly match

Intrigue: in which state is CSKA going to the Super Bowl?

There are less than two weeks left for the Russian Super Cup match between CSKA and Zenit, and we have a great opportunity to get an idea of ​​the state of both teams, as they will play a match on Tuesday. . CSKA’s rival will be Neftekhimik, a strong team that finished sixth in the First League last season and almost missed the play-offs. Great training partner!

CSKA – Neftekhimik

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, Championship

⚽️ 5:00 p.m.: Dynamo – SKA-Khabarovsk, friendly match

Intrigue: what will Dynamo show in the first match under the leadership of Lichka?

Dynamo have a new head coach and with him a rich preparation for the season. The first test will be the match with SKA-Khabarovsk, the middle peasants of the First League in the last draw. Sounds like a good warm up before the Fraternal Cup with CSKA at the end of the week. And for Marcel Lichka, this is a chance to finally see his new charges in action.

Dynamo – SKA-Khabarovsk

Photo: Dmitry Golubovich, Championship

🎾 7:00 p.m.*: Panna Udvardi (United States) – Arina Sobolenko (Belarus), Wimbledon, first round

*Game schedules are subject to change and will be confirmed

Intrigue: how quickly will Arina Sobolenko end the match in her favor?

The second seed of the English “Slam” will begin his performance in the tournament with the third pitch on Center Court. Sobolenko returned to the English capital two years later, as tournament organizers did not allow representatives from Russia and Belarus to attend Wimbledon last season. After the defeat in the semifinals at Roland Garros, the Belarusian athlete won and suffered a defeat and has not played again in the last two weeks. Did Sobolenko manage to obtain the optimal conditions for the start of the third Grand Slam tournament of the season?

Arina Sobolenko

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⚽️ 7:30 p.m.: Red Star – Zenit, Premier Cup

Intrigue: Will “Zenith” get closer to victory in the tournament?

While Russian clubs hope to return to European football, Zenit managed to organize an international friendly tournament. In the first round, Sergei Semak’s team met Neftchi, and now they will play Red Star. If you manage to defeat the Serbs, then a nice bonus in the form of a trophy will be as close as possible. True, Crvena, like Fenerbahce, with whom Zenit will play the last day, have not played a single game yet, so the intrigue continues.

Red Star – Zenit

Photo: RIA Novosti

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