Day: April 26, 2022

Find a new way! Radukanu has parted ways with coach Torben Beltz

Tennis news today, EKings News, latest, Emma Radukanu, the last year’s winner of the US Open, announced her separation from German coach Torben Beltz. After working with him for five months, according to the BBC, the British media.

Emma Radukanu appointed Torben Beltz as her coach in November. After she parted ways with Andrew Richardson following the surprising success at Flushing Meadows. She became the first qualifier to win the tournament. Grand Slam

The 19-year-old tennis star said she wanted a “New training format,” and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) will support her in the meantime. “I want to thank Torben for coaching. professionalism and dedication over the past half year,” the BBC was quoted as saying in a statement. “He has a big heart. And I love our strong chemistry during our time together. But I feel the best direction for my development. is to switch to a new training model that LTA supports in the meantime.”

By now, Reuters World number one Radukanu lost to world number one Ika Sviatek in the semi-finals. Winner of the Stuttgart Open last week

Torben Beltz, 45, coached former world number one Angelique Kerber when she won the Australian Open and US Open titles in 2016 by her successor. He will be the fourth coach of England’s number one tennis player Emma Radukanu in just one year.

Nigel Sears was replaced by Andrew Richardson after Wimbledon last year. Richardson’s contract has not been extended despite Emma Radukanu’s success. Success in New York with the US Open was followed. Radukanu spent a few days preparing for the clay-court season at Ricardo Piatti’s academy in Liguria earlier this month.

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Djokovic’s New Disease Takes Longer Than Expected

Djokovic’s New Illness Takes Longer Than Expected – The ATP top-ranked player was beaten in the third set of Sunday’s Belgrade final by Andrey Rublev. World number 1 Novak Djokovic believes a recent illness may be the cause of his fitness problems on the court in Monte Carlo and Belgrade. But now improving and aiming to get back fit for the French Open. The 34-year-old lost 6-2, 6-7(4), 6-0, to Andrey Rublev in the final of his home match in Belgrade, admitting he lacked the energy for the third set. He had a similar problem in the opening-round defeat at Monte Carlo the previous week, marking his second tournament of the season.

“It’s a bit worrying; I can only assume it’s because of an illness that hit me a few weeks ago,” said Djokovic. He played his fourth three-setter in a row. But I have to look on the positive side; I’ve won three games from one set down. At least this bad feeling physically came in the fourth game rather than the first in Monte Carlo. Things are going slowly but surely. Again, Paris is a great destination.

The problems against Rublev started in the second set, according to Djokovic. “It was a long 5-4 game, and that’s when I started not feeling great,” he said. I don’t like the feeling today. The whole third set was similar to the feeling I had in Monte Carlo. It never really happened like this; that’s why I thought it might be a pretty tough disease for me physically and healthily. wise. I guess the recovery took longer than I expected. Djokovic added that the illness was not coronavirus and had affected his preparations for Monte Carlo.

It’s Not Corona Virus Disease

Sports News Djokovic added that the illness was not coronavirus and had affected his preparations for Monte Carlo. “It’s been pretty severe, affecting me, affecting my body, my metabolism for a few weeks now,” he said. Looking at the positive side, it is developing in a positive way. I played three sets in a row. But it’s a bit worrying to have this feeling on the pitch.

The Serb’s schedule has also been lighter this season as his unvaccinated status has prevented him from playing at the Australian Open, Indian Wells, and Miami. Djokovic has shown that nothing else has changed, and he anticipates a return to full fitness as he recovers. “Practice, I do the things I always do, I have no problems with the body,” he said. Djokovic is next scheduled to play against Madrid, where he is a three-time champion.

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De La Hoya Meets Ryan Garcia to Discuss Isaac Cruz’s Fight

De La Hoya Meets Ryan Garcia to Discuss Isaac Cruz’s Battle. Oscar De La Hoya said he would meet with Ryan Garcia this Tuesday to discuss his future and a possible fight against Isaac ‘Pitbull’ Cruz. De La Hoya says the high-ranking 23-year-old Pitbull Cruz (23-2-1, 16 KOs) is the fight Ryan wants. And the boxing public is interested to see it. Cruz came from a fifth-round knockout win over Yuriorkis Gamboa on April 16. And he had already expressed interest in fighting Ryan next. So, unless De La Hoya doesn’t seriously want to fight Pitbull Cruz for Ryan’s sake, it’ll be easy for him to put them together.

De La Hoya said there were “many options” available for Ryan to fight next. But he didn’t say who the fighter was. It is believed that De La Hoya is desperate to match Ryan against former IBF super featherweight champion Joseph ‘Jojo’ Diaz Jr. He came from a 12-round one-sided unanimous decision loss to WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney last December.

And he didn’t have the punching power to worry about Ryan. Jojo, 29, is arguably a safer fight for Ryan than putting him in the Pitbull Cruz. Which would put King Ry in a position where he would have to deal with his strong inner game. It would be an unfortunate situation for Ryan Garcia if he fought Jojo Diaz. Because even if he beats him, fans will point out that he was just beaten by Devin Haney last December. Diaz has only won one of his previous three fights.

Ryan vs Isaac Cruz

We’ve been down this path before, with De La Hoya saying he was interested in matching Ryan against Isaac Cruz in January, but negotiations never started. Instead, Ryan faced 33-year-old fringe competitor Emmanuel Tagoe on April 9, and fans weren’t impressed with King Ry’s opponents or performances. Ryan won the fight by unanimous decision in 12 rounds with a score of 119-108, 118-109, and 119-108.

“I will have a meeting with Ryan Garcia tomorrow to discuss his future,” Oscar De La Hoya told the media Monday in Los Angeles.

“We’ve been very vocal about Isaac Cruz, and that’s the fight he wants,” continued De La Hoya of 23-year-old Ryan Garcia’s next contest.

“But there are a lot of options out there, but that’s the only fight people want to see. Why not make it happen? We’re all for it. Ryan Garcia needed this fight here [against Emmanuel Tagoe] after a 15 month gap to get rid of the cobwebs. Now, we move on to bigger & better things,’ says De La Hoya.” Now that Ryan’s tune-up bout is over, he must be ready to take on the next Pitbull Cruz.

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Valdez vs Stevenson Will Risk Ring Magazine Title

Valdez vs Stevenson Will Stake Ring Magazine Title. Boxing News, Oscar Valdez & Shakur Stevenson will stake Ring Magazine’s super featherweight title this Saturday when they battle it out in a unification bout in the promotional event Top Rank Boxing. At stake for the 130-lb Ring Magazine title will match Valdez’s WBC title and Shakur’s WBO belt they will be fighting for when they fight for the headliners at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Shakur’s confidence is a bit exaggerated for his performances so far during his five-year professional career. He came across as arrogant and failed to entertain a fighter like Valdez (30-0, 23 KOs) during his 10-year professional career.

“I don’t want to fight hard with him,” Shakur told Top Rank Boxing. “I don’t want to go tit-for-tat; You hit me, I hit you. Let’s see who is the tougher fighter. No, I’m going to go in there, tear him apart and drain him mentally,” Stevenson said of his intention not to get hit in the fight. Stylistically, Valdez & Stevenson represent fighters from opposite sides of the spectrum.

Former two-division world champion Valdez is focused on pleasing the audience. , wants to go to war with his opponents. Stevenson is focused on hitting & not getting hit back. He prefers not to stay in the pocket after throwing a single shot to achieve that. He is more of a hit & run type of fighter, and he is sometimes booed by fans for his focus To keep up to date with international sports news, keep up to date with the latest news from the Sports News Site, EkingsNews. For the most popular soccer news, you can also see the soccer schedule.

All Boxers Want To Be The Best

“All boxers dream to be one of the best, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Oscar De La Hoya,” Oscar Valdez told Top Rank Boxing. “When we retire, we want to be one of the best out there. That’s my goal. A new generation is coming in the next 10, 20, and 30 years. And they want to see maybe a little Mexican warrior out there saying. ‘I want to be like Julio Cesar Chavez, I want to be like Morales.’ I want the kids to say, ‘I want to be like Oscar Valdez. “To be that big name, you have to fight the likes of Shakur Stevenson. He had a belt, I had a belt, and one guy was going out with two that night,” Valdez said.

“One thing with me, I rise with the competition. Shakur brings out the best in him; he would make me bring out the best in me that night. I just thought it was going to be a magical boxing night,” Valdez said.

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Three Indonesian Players Qualify for Round of 16 Badminton Asia Championship

Three Indonesian players qualify for the last 16 of the Badminton Asia Championship. Badminton News, 3 Indonesian champions, including Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan, qualified for Round 16 of the 2022 Badminton Asia Championship without getting tired. takes place from April 26 to May 1 in Manila, Philippines. The best badminton players will compete for medals. Indonesia will send 20 representatives to the 2022 Asian Badminton Championships, some of which were previously invited by the Asian Badminton Confederation. There are several Indonesian representatives who must be eliminated from the qualifying round.

Such as women’s singles Komang Ayu Cahya Dewi and Stephanie Widjaja. However, there were also several Indonesian badminton players who received bonuses directly qualifying for the round of 16. Sweating, they went out of business in the round of 32. The first was Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan, who grabbed an automatic win after their Japanese opponents Hiroki Okamura/Masayuki Onodera folded. The second is Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Rambitan, who took a leave of absence after Manu Attri/Reddy B.Sumeeth also resigned. Indonesian mixed doubles Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Crhystine Bandaso received a bye for the resignation of Jun Lian Andy Kweek/Yulia Jin, according to the reasons given by his two colleagues. (4/25/22). “Ahsan/Hendra, Pram/Yere, Adnan/Mychelle get the top 32 byes. Rachel/Triass (women’s doubles) advance to the main draw against Yuki/Sayaka,” she wrote.

Fans Cheering from Social Media

Deri Desanto’s post on Twitter immediately flooded Indonesian badminton fans with comments. Many always cheer for the athletes. However, Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan, Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Rambitan and Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Crystine Bandaso can be tough opponents in the round of 16. For others (Indonesian representative)

“Hopefully gentlemen, PraYere and Adcchelle follow,” commented @mynarstd

“Blessing Fathers, Prayer Adchell! I hope the others still qualify for R16,” commented @aldesosor.

“Alhamdulillah, may the fortune rest in peace until the final,” commented @mannggamasem.

Match between Huang Yaqiong and Ratchapol Makkasasitorn/Jhenicha Sudjaipparat. Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan met the winner of the match Chaloempon Charoenkitamor/Nanthakarn Yordphaisong, against Ren Xiang Yu/Tan Qiang. And Pramudya Kusumawardana/Yeremia Rambitan who won the match Chang Tak Ching/Yeung Ming Nok against Ong Yew Sin/Teo Ee Yi. There were two representatives from Indonesia who were in the qualifying round for the big 32 tickets. In addition, five other Indonesian representatives struggled to follow Mohammad Ahsan/Hendra Setiawan in the round of 16. Such as Bagas Maulana/Muhammad Shohibul Fikri, Rinov Rivaldy/Pitha Haningtyas Mentari, Fajar Alfian/Rian Ardianto.

Praveen Jordan/Melati Daeva and Rehan Naufal/ Lisa Ayu Kusumawati. All matches on the first day of the 2022 Badminton Asia Championships will be broadcast via a live streaming link on the Badminton Asia Championships Youtube. The first day of the 2022 Badminton Asia Championship will be broadcast via a live streaming link on the Asian Badminton Youtube.

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