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Today, in the final of the Dubai Dooty Free Tennis Championships, world number 123 Jiri Wesley of the Czech Republic meets world number 7 Andrei Rublev of Russia. The marathon lasted 6, 7-6 3 hours 16 minutes. In the final, the tie dominated all three groups determined by the tie-breaking games.
Shapolov joined Wesley’s list of victims in the tournament after knocking out three of the world’s top-ranked players in the quarterfinals, 16th round and first round, namely Serbia’s Djokovic, Spain’s Batista, out of 15th place in the world rankings. , And Croatian Silik, ranked 25th in the world.
The fourth Czech player to reach the Dubai tennis final was Novak, who graduated in 1993, Novak, who finished second in 2003, and Berdych, who finished second in 2013 and 2014.
Russia’s Andrei Rublev defeated Poland’s 11th seed Hubert Harkok 6-3, 5-7, 6-7 in two hours and 25 minutes to reach the final.
Ruplev is the fourth Russian to reach the final after Marat Safin (2001), Mikhail Youssef (2007 and 2010) and 2021 champion Kardashian.
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Sweden Women’s National Team on the Brink of Crisis, “Kiss of the World Cup”
Players from the Swedish and Spanish national soccer teams appeared Friday with a banner bearing the phrase “Our war is a global war,” in the world champions’ first appearance since the recent “World Cup kiss” crisis.
The Swedes showed their support for Spain as the two teams went head-to-head in the Europa League, with La Roja’s women winning by three goals to two.
The match, held in Gothenburg, Sweden, was a rematch of the World Cup semi-final in which Spain won 2-1, beating England with a clean sheet to clinch the title.
In a related context, the Associated Press reported Friday that the Spanish soccer federation has decided to remove the phrase “women’s soccer” from the national team’s name, which it hopes will reflect a “change in perceptions” and its vision for the game. .
The name of the women’s national team usually includes “women’s football”, and by removing this term, the women’s and men’s national teams are officially known as the “Spain national football team”.
After ‘World Cup kiss’ crisis… Spain’s women’s players agree to return to national team ‘on terms’
Most of Spain’s female players, world soccer champions and strikers, have agreed to join the national team to face Sweden and Switzerland in the European Nations League, after a kiss from former local football federation president Luis Rubiales. A treaty with the Confederation and the Government of Spain.
Most of Spain’s female players, who have been on strike since former local football federation president Luis Rubiales kissed player Jenny Hermoso, have agreed to join the national team to face Sweden and Switzerland. After reaching an agreement with the League of European Nations, the Confederation and the Spanish government.
“We have reached a series of agreements to be drawn up and signed by the Federation and the Supreme Council for Sports,” Victor Francos, head of the Supreme Sports Council of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, said on Wednesday.
He added: “Out of the 23 female players invited, two requested the opportunity to leave the training camp (…) for reasons related to personal discomfort.”
“Kiss scandal”…Questions surround Spanish men’s national team coach
Spanish men’s national team coach Luis de la Fuente said he and his team will focus solely on football after questions were raised on Monday about the resignation of Spanish confederation president Luis Rubiales over a kissing scandal.
A government representative did not reveal the identity of the two players involved, but confirmed that they “will not be subject to sanctions” contrary to earlier reports.
On Monday, the new coach of the “La Roja” team, Montse Tammy, made a surprise by inviting 15 world champions and other female players to the matches between Sweden and Switzerland. Changes were made at the Football Association following an incident where Rubiales forced a kiss on the lips of national team star Hermoso during the World Cup coronation in Australia last month.
Dubai hosts first edition of Arab Patel Championship, September 27 ‹ Al Wathan Newspaper
Dubai will host the first edition of the Arab Patel Championship, organized by the Arab and Emirati Patel Federations, from September 27 to next October 1 at the Nat Al Sheba Sports Complex with the participation of 11 Arab countries.
Participating teams were divided into two groups, where the first group included teams from the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Iraq and Morocco, while the second group included Egypt, Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Sudan and Syria.
In the presence of Sheikh Zayed bin Makhtoum bin Juma Al Maktoum, Chairman of the UAE Patel Federation and Honorary President of the Arab Federation, the Organizing Committee held a conference yesterday at the Dubai Sports Council headquarters. Arab Patel Federation, Dubai Sports Council Secretary General Saeed Hareb and Assistant Secretary General Nasser Aman Al Rahma and United Arab Emirates Patel Federation Secretary General Saeed Al Marri.
Ahmed Ghadori said: “We are happy to organize the first official Arab Padel Championship in Dubai. The team worked hard with all the Arab national federations, and for the first time 11 Arab countries meet in one competition, including 5 countries. This is their first official participation.
He added: “We are on the right track to promote the spread of this sport in the Arab world, and we look forward to more countries participating in the Arab Federation and as members of the International Patel Federation, stressing that the UAE hosts it. This tournament will be a milestone in the development of padel in the Arab world.”
Saeed Al Marri said: “The sport of padel has established its position throughout our Arab world with its wide and rapid spread, and this event would not have been possible without the support and guidance of the Honorable President Sheikh Saeed bin Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum. The Arab Padel Federation, “This event is the highest and UAE Patel directed the confederation to work hard to conduct itself according to the best standards.
Emirates News Agency – The countdown to the launch of the 15th edition of the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship has begun.
Friday, September 22, 2023 – 4:57 p.m
– Al Taheri: 6,000 male and female athletes from 100 countries are expected to participate.
ABU DHABI, 22nd September / WAM / As the countdown to the 15th edition of the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship begins, the tournament’s organizing committee, sub-committees and task forces continue intensive preparations and preparations to receive more than 6,000 men and women. Athletes from more than 100 countries around the world are participating in the biggest global sporting event, all about the sport of Jiu-Jitsu, which will take place from November 1 to 11. , Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Chairman of the Emirate’s Governing Council.
The World Championships will be the arena for unprecedented competition for thousands of champions, title holders and jiu-jitsu stars from across the world in the categories of Juniors, Youth, Masters, Professionals and Parajujitsu, with one goal in mind. Winning the title and climbing the podium.
The players participating in the tournaments come from the strongest and best countries in the world in the sport such as United Kingdom, USA, Brazil, Colombia, Kazakhstan, Germany, France and Canada. Saudi Arabia, South Korea, the Philippines, and the Kingdom of Thailand, in addition to many other countries that have had significant success in the sport in a short period of time, such as Jordan.
His Excellency Mohammed Salem Al Taheri, Vice President of the Emirates Jiu-Jitsu Federation and Chairman of the Championship Organizing Committee, said: “The Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship, in its fifteenth edition, brings together a huge and well-deserved venue. The most important global Jiu-Jitsu event has contributed to redraw the aspects of the sport on a global scale in the past years and elevated it to the top of the martial arts sports pyramid as it has become more popular around the world, taking the experience of Abu Dhabi and the Emirates as an inspiring role model in developing the sport and creating champions. Countries are currently racing to develop plans and strategies based on this.
Al Taheri added: “The fifteenth edition of the Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship continues the successes achieved by previous editions and this year’s edition excels in quantity and quality attracting elite stars and ranked champions. , determination and desire to rise and win first places and prizes.” Respect”.
With more than 5 weeks left to the start of the tournament, Al Taheri expressed his gratitude for over 60% of the registrations to complete their registration procedures to avoid any challenges they may face in light of the extraordinary turnout, the first participants from different countries of the world.
For his part, Adriano Munoz, Technical Director of Attraction MMA Academy in Dubai, said: “The Abu Dhabi World Professional Jiu-Jitsu Championship stands as the most unique and innovative event in the world. We have an elite group of international jiu-jitsu experts who prepare for tournaments based at our academy and they are players from many countries like Colombia, Brazil, Spain and India.
He added: “This tournament is very important for the players, especially as it is a great platform to showcase their skills and interact with the world’s elite players, as well as their efforts to achieve their dreams and ambitions by topping the podium and competing. To win the Abu Dhabi World Award for Professional Jiu-Jitsu.” “
Munoz, who has been training jiu-jitsu at the highest levels in the UAE for the past two years, pointed to the UAE’s established status as a global center for jiu-jitsu, thanks to a strong federation supporting its development. He stressed that Abu Dhabi, the capital city, is leading the process by expanding the base of coaches of this sport by using international best practices in planning and developing the future of the sport and promoting its diffusion within and outside the country. The positive transformation of the sport and the unprecedented global renaissance of jiu-jitsu over the past decade.”
He concluded: “During last year’s tournament, our players achieved many feats by winning 5 gold medals, 4 silver medals and 4 bronze medals in various categories. Their target is much higher this year. It is eager to provide all the factors that will help them achieve these goals and objectives.” “.
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