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För tio år sedan sågs de som Malmöregionens nio största fotbollstalanger och spåddes kunna gå i Zlatans fotspår.Men de gick åt andra håll.Vinnaren rensar i dag fisk i Skåne, en annan flyttade till Las Vegas – men vissa lyckades också uppnå sin dröm.– Jag tror framför allt att den egna inställningen avgjorde, säger Johnny Gyllensjö, en av tränarna i SVT-serien.

  • Scene set, for Brazil, Argentina and Puerto Rico await

    Scene set, for Brazil, Argentina and Puerto Rico await

    The draw Decision day and one wonders could the draw play a major factor in the outcome. Usually, in the Olympic system coaches play their best players in the two singles matches. Draw A,B,C that player competes in the second and fourth matches; if the lot is X,Y,Z the player in question competes in the second and fifth matches. It could well happen the arguable “best player” only plays once if proceedings do not go your way; that is exactly what happened to Brazil at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games when they faced the United States at the men’s team semi-final stage. They drew X,Y,Z, they lost 3-1, Hugo Calderano was the one winner but he only played once. In the men’s team event, Brazil will no doubt want Hugo Calderano to play second and fourth, the so-called “quick ones”; the same may well apply to Argentina in the guise of Horacio Cifuentes. Most certainly it will be the scenario in the women’s fixture, Brazil will want Bruna Takahashi to play second and fourth, so will Puerto Rico in the guise of Adriana Diaz. For one team in each deciding fixture, the hope will come true but for only one; the draw may will have a major effect.

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Monday’s matches were a wash at the Rio Open presented by Claro, with all seven scheduled singles matches canceled due to rain in Rio de Janeiro. Only two matches made it on court. Federico Delbonis of Argentina leads seventh seed Malek Jaziri of Tunisia 5-3 and Roberto Carballes Baena of Spain leads eighth seed Nicolas Jarry of Chile 4-3. The top four seeds headline Tuesday’s schedule of play that features all 16 first-round matches. Top seed Dominic Thiem of Austria takes on Laslo Djere of Serbia in the evening session, followed by fourth seed and defending champion Diego Schwartzman of Argentina squaring off against 2016 champion Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay.

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Tio år efter SVT-serien: Så gick det för ”näste Zlatan”

För tio år sedan sågs de som Malmöregionens nio största fotbollstalanger och spåddes kunna gå i Zlatans fotspår.
Men de gick åt andra håll.
Vinnaren rensar i dag fisk i Skåne, en annan flyttade till Las Vegas – men vissa lyckades också uppnå sin dröm.
– Jag tror framför allt att den egna inställningen avgjorde, säger Johnny Gyllensjö, en av tränarna i SVT-serien.

Scene set, for Brazil, Argentina and Puerto Rico await

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Decision day and one wonders could the draw play a major factor in the outcome. Usually, in the Olympic system coaches play their best players in the two singles matches. Draw A,B,C that player competes in the second and fourth matches; if the lot is X,Y,Z the player in question competes in the second and fifth matches.
It could well happen the arguable “best player” only plays once if proceedings do not go your way; that is exactly what happened to Brazil at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games when they faced the United States at the men’s team semi-final stage. They drew X,Y,Z, they lost 3-1, Hugo Calderano was the one winner but he only played once.
In the men’s team event, Brazil will no doubt want Hugo Calderano to play second and fourth, the so-called “quick ones”; the same may well apply to Argentina in the guise of Horacio Cifuentes. Most certainly it will be the scenario in the women’s fixture, Brazil will want Bruna Takahashi to play second and fourth, so will Puerto Rico in the guise of Adriana Diaz.
For one team in each deciding fixture, the hope will come true but for only one; the draw may will have a major effect.

Rain Halts Monday Action In Rio

Monday’s matches were a wash at the Rio Open presented by Claro, with all seven scheduled singles matches canceled due to rain in Rio de Janeiro.
Only two matches made it on court. Federico Delbonis of Argentina leads seventh seed Malek Jaziri of Tunisia 5-3 and Roberto Carballes Baena of Spain leads eighth seed Nicolas Jarry of Chile 4-3.
The top four seeds headline Tuesday’s schedule of play that features all 16 first-round matches. Top seed Dominic Thiem of Austria takes on Laslo Djere of Serbia in the evening session, followed by fourth seed and defending champion Diego Schwartzman of Argentina squaring off against 2016 champion Pablo Cuevas of Uruguay.

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Tio år efter SVT-serien: Så gick det för ”näste Zlatan”

För tio år sedan sågs de som Malmöregionens nio största fotbollstalanger och spåddes kunna gå i Zlatans fotspår.Men de gick åt andra håll.Vinnaren rensar i dag fisk i Skåne, en annan flyttade till Las Vegas – men vissa lyckades också uppnå sin dröm.– Jag tror framför allt att den egna inställningen avgjorde, säger Johnny Gyllensjö, en av tränarna i SVT-serien.

  • Scene set, for Brazil, Argentina and Puerto Rico await

    Scene set, for Brazil, Argentina and Puerto Rico await

    The draw Decision day and one wonders could the draw play a major factor in the outcome. Usually, in the Olympic system coaches play their best players in the two singles matches. Draw A,B,C that player competes in the second and fourth matches; if the lot is X,Y,Z the player in question competes in the second and fifth matches. It could well happen the arguable “best player” only plays once if proceedings do not go your way; that is exactly what happened to Brazil at the Lima 2019 Pan American Games when they faced the United States at the men’s team semi-final stage. They drew X,Y,Z, they lost 3-1, Hugo Calderano was the one winner but he only played once. In the men’s team event, Brazil will no doubt want Hugo Calderano to play second and fourth, the so-called “quick ones”; the same may well apply to Argentina in the guise of Horacio Cifuentes. Most certainly it will be the scenario in the women’s fixture, Brazil will want Bruna Takahashi to play second and fourth, so will Puerto Rico in the guise of Adriana Diaz. For one team in each deciding fixture, the hope will come true but for only one; the draw may will have a major effect.