Monday 11 July 2022
The Duty Editor is Eric Nunez in New York as of 2100 GMT. Leon Giron has since taken charge of Mexico City.
Wimbledon, England – After winning his seventh Wimbledon title and his 21st Grand Slam title, Novak Djokovic will take a few weeks off. What is not clear is how long he will be inactive and when he will be able to resume chasing Rafael Nadal, the record holder with 22 majors. The next slam will be the US Open, and at the moment, Djokovic will not be able to participate because he has not been vaccinated against COVID-19. Written by Howard Fendrich. 600 words. AP photos. send.
Wimbledon, England – Roger Federer has dropped out of the ATP rankings completely for the first time in a quarter century, while Novak Djokovic slipped from fourth to seventh, a day after winning his seventh Wimbledon title. Written by Howard Fendrich. 550 words. AP photos. send.
Buenos Aires – Boca Juniors confirmed that their former player Hugo Ibarra will remain until the end of the Argentine club’s technical year, after his exclusion from the Copa Libertadores. Ibarra, who managed the Boca reserve team, remained as interim coach after the sacking of Sebastian Battaglia last week. 250 words. send.
America’s Cup for Women
Bogoto – Chile competed for the first time in the Copa America Women’s Championship against Paraguay. Al-Ahmar women are seeking a repeat in the World Cup after attending the France 2019 event. Hosts Colombia are seeking their second win in the continental competition when they face Bolivia. 300 words. AP photos. Publishers: In development.
Munry, Mexico – The United States meets Mexico in the final round of group stage for the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, qualifying for the 2023 World Cup. The United States, Canada and Costa Rica have pre-guaranteed tickets. The Mexicans were eliminated after losing their first two matches. 300 words. AP photos. Editors: Today starts at 2300 GMT.
Brighton, England – England crushed Norway 8-0 as the host country of the European Women’s Championship advanced to the quarter-finals early. 250 words. AP photos. send.
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BANGKOK – Manchester coach Eric Ten Hag has said Cristiano Ronaldo is “not for sale”. The English side are in Thailand for their pre-season tour, but the 37-year-old is not taking part in the expedition due to an unspecified family matter, amid uncertainty over his future at the club. 250 words. send.
Turin, Italy – Paul Pogba will seek to revive his career and put Juventus back on the path of titles after his return to the Italian club’s official. It’s a round bargain for the Bianconeri. Six years after selling Pogba to Manchester United for €105 million ($116 million), Juventus were re-signing the French midfielder this time as a free agent. 500 words. send.
British prosecutors have announced that former Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone will be charged with false representation fraud after a government investigation into his overseas assets. The mentioned assets will exceed 400 million pounds (477 million dollars). 200 words. send.
Hall of Fame-Ortiz
BOSTON – David Ortiz cut short his Hall of Fame career as he fearlessly faced the bowlers with the bout between them. As for the crowd in Cooperstown for his induction speech, that’s another story. Written by Jimmy Gollum. 500 words. send.
ATLANTA – The Atlanta Braves have acquired veteran second baseman Robinson Kano for $1 in a small deal with the San Diego Padres. The 39-year-old Dominican made the start of a three-game streak against his former club, the major New York Mets. 300 words. send.
Major League matches today (Eastern Time)
Detroit in Kansas City, 2:10 p.m. (game one, sent)
Pittsburgh in Miami, 6:40 p.m.
Boston in Tampa Bay, 7:10 p.m.
Chicago White Sox in Cleveland, 7:10 p.m.
Philadelphia in St. Louis, 7:15 p.m.
New York Mets at Atlanta, 7:20 p.m.
Oakland, Texas, 8:05 p.m.
Detroit in Kansas City, 8:10 p.m. Game Two
San Diego in Colorado, 8:40 p.m.
Arizona in San Francisco, 9:45 p.m.
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