Caroline Garcia, qualified in the eighth of the US Open: “The road is still long”

“How do you feel after your authoritative victory over Bianca Andreescu (6-3, 6-2) in the third round of the US Open?I’m very happy with the way I played today (Friday) and to be in the second week. It was a very intense game. Many very committed rallies. Every point, every game was very intense. One … Read more

Serena Williams defeats world No. 2 Anett Kontaveit in the second round of the US Open

Serena Williams is in the process of privatizing the nocturnal sessions of the Arthur-Ashe and she does not leave it to anyone to set the mood for the evenings. Welcomed like a rock star on Monday at the dawn of her last US Open, the American did it again on Wednesday evening and will also … Read more

Caroline Garcia dominates Aryna Sabalenka and advances to the final in Cincinnati

In Cincinnati, nothing seems able to stop his flight, the second in a career that has experienced significant turbulence over the past four years. Under the gaze of a replica of the Eiffel Tower that seems to inspire her this week, Caroline Garcia qualified for her first WTA 1000 final in almost five years by … Read more

Loana Lecomte European mountain bike champion ahead of Pauline Ferrand-Prévôt

The French were stronger than everyone on Saturday in Munich. Leaving from the first hectometres of the race, Loana Lecomte (1h28’04) and Pauline Ferrand-Prévôt (+0’37) won gold and silver respectively at the European Mountain Bike Championships. Vice-world champion Anna Terpstra completed the podium, 2’31 behind Ferrand-Prévôt. An incident and the dream flew away for PFP … Read more

The BBC records 17.4 million viewers ahead of England-Germany

More than five times more than in France. The final of the Women’s Euro won by England against Germany (2-1, ap) gathered 17.4 million viewers on BBC One. It is the most watched women’s football game on British television. The highest TV audience before this in the UK was 11.7 million for England’s World Cup … Read more

Nearly 20 million viewers watching the women’s Tour de France

After thirty-three years of absence, the women’s Tour de France made a successful comeback this year. On France Télévisions, the women’s Grande Boucle gathered 19.8 million viewers (threshold of 60 seconds of viewing) according to Médiamétrie. The seven stages broadcast on France 3 (the first was on France 2) attracted an average of 2.1 million … Read more

Caroline Garcia cracks Iga Swiatek in Warsaw Open quarterfinals

The tone of this quarter-final was quickly set by Caroline Garcia: three winning returns from the first game to break an Iga Swiatek who probably did not expect that. And the match was again concluded on a break, Garcia coming full circle in three sets (6-1, 1-6, 6-4) to afford the world number one, unsinkable … Read more

England defeat Sweden and go to the final of their Euro at Wembley

The game: 4-0 England gave a lesson in realism on Tuesday in the semi-finals of their Euro against Sweden (4-0). Applied in both surfaces, she achieved everything that the French had failed to do against the Netherlands (1-0 after extra time, Saturday) and everything they will have to do on Wednesday against Germany to go … Read more

Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig wins in Epernay during the 3rd stage, Marianne Vos stays in yellow

In tears on arrival, Cecilie Ludwig could not believe it. However, it was she who won the 3rd stage in Épernay on Tuesday in a strong sprint ahead of Marianne Vos (Jumbo-Visma) and Ashleigh Moolman (SD Work). The Dane managed her effort perfectly well, letting the two riders launch the final sprint from afar, to … Read more

Marianne Vos wins the second stage and takes the Yellow Jersey

Marianne Vos wasted no time during this Women’s Tour de France to remind her opponents that she was still the boss of the peloton. Second in the first stage which ended on the Champs-Elysées on Sunday, the Dutchwoman corrected the situation on Monday afternoon by dominating the small group of breakaways in the sprint. This … Read more