Month: October 2019

Fussball, Basketball, Eishockey – was heute wichtig wird

Fussball: Freitagsspiele in der Bundesliga, 2. Liga und 3. Liga Zum Auftakt des 10. Spieltags in der Fussball-Bundesliga spielt 1899 Hoffenheim gegen Aufsteiger SC Paderborn. In der 2. Bundesliga startet der 12. Spieltag mit zwei Partien: Hannover 96 empfangt den SV Sandhausen, Jahn Regensburg trifft auf den VfL Osnabruck. Und auch in der 3. Liga steht ein Spiel auf dem Programm. Der 14. Spieltag beginnt mit der Partie FSV Zwickau gegen SG Sonnenhof Grossaspach. sportschau.de berichtet von allen Spielen im Live-Ticker. Eishockey: 16. Spieltag der DEL Nach den zwei Donnerstagspartien wird in der DEL der 16. Spieltag fortgesetzt. Unter anderem spielen die kriselnden Kolner Haie gegen den ebenfalls holprig in die Saison gestarteten Titelfavoriten Adler Mannheim. Basketball: Riesen gegen Turme in der BBL Der 6. Spieltag in der Basketball-Bundesliga beginnt mit der Partie zwischen den MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg und den Hamburg Towers. Tennis: WTA-Finale und ATP-Turnier in Paris Bei den WTA Finals in Shenzhen/China kampfen die acht bestplatzierten Damen der WTA-Tour 2019 um den Titel. Die Spiele in der Roten und Violetten Gruppe im Uberblick. Beim ATP-Turnier in Paris geht es mit den Viertelfinalen weiter.

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Flottes Spiel, viele Chancen: Orellana schockt Villarreal spat

La Liga – Highlights by DAZN 01.11.2019 5:46 La Liga – Highlights by DAZN Flottes Spiel, viele Chancen: Orellana schockt Villarreal spat 3:42 Serie A – Highlights by DAZN Suso wird zu Milans Matchwinner 5:50 Serie A – Highlights by DAZN Ancelotti sieht Rot: Wildes 2:2 zwischen Napoli und Atalanta 2:45 La Liga – Highlights by DAZN Valencia argert Sevilla: Sobrino trifft spat 4:35 Serie A – Highlights by DAZN Acerbis Strahl, Immobiles Doppelpack, Lazio siegt 4:0 2:12 Serie A – Highlights by DAZN Ramirez rettet Sampdoria in letzter Minute 2:04 kicker.tv Hintergrund Zum ersten Mal in der Geschichte – Union Berlin trifft in der Bundesliga auf Hertha BSC 2:18 kicker.tv Hintergrund “…dann haben wir ein Problem” – Kovac uber Ehrlichkeit, Einfachheit und B-Noten ...

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Murray/Skupski End Granollers/Zeballos’ London Hopes In Paris

Brits Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski made their third consecutive ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final on Thursday, upsetting second seeds Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 6-3, 3-6, 11-9 at the Rolex Paris Masters. Murray and Skupski joined forces during the grass-court season, and they have found their stride over the past few months, making the semi-finals in Cincinnati, Shanghai and at the US Open. They will next face fifth seeds Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies, who lifted the Roland Garros trophy this year. Granollers and Zeballos, who were clinging to their dreams of qualifying for the Nitto ATP Finals, were not the only victims of the upset bug on Thursday. London qualifiers Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury ousted top seeds Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah 7-5, 5-7, 10-3. The American-British pair did not drop a service point in the Match Tie-break. Ram and Salisbury, who triumphed in Vienna last week, will next face eighth seeds Ivan Dodig and Filip Polasek in what will be a crucial match in the ATP Doubles Race To London. Dodig and Polasek, who eliminated Jurgen Melzer and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 2-6, 6-3, 10-8, are in a tight battle with Jeremy Chardy and Fabrice Martin for the final doubles spot at the Nitto ATP Finals. Chardy and Martin kept their hopes alive with a 6-2, 6-3 victory against Divij Sharan and Artem Sitak. They will next play seventh seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut in an all-French match. Russians Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov converted on eight of 11 break points to beat New Zealand’s Marcus Daniell and Austrian Philipp Oswald 6-4, 7-5. They will try to overcome Canadian Denis Shapovalov, who remains in the singles draw, and Indian Rohan Bopanna. Shapovalov and Bopanna ousted Argentine Maximo Gonzalez and American Austin Krajicek 6-1, 6-3 beind strong serving, winning 92 per cent of their first-serve points.

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Murray/Skupski End Granollers/Zeballos’ London Hopes In Paris

Brits Jamie Murray and Neal Skupski made their third consecutive ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final on Thursday, upsetting second seeds Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 6-3, 3-6, 11-9 at the Rolex Paris Masters. Murray and Skupski joined forces during the grass-court season, and they have found their stride over the past few months, making the semi-finals in Cincinnati, Shanghai and at the US Open. They will next face fifth seeds Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies, who lifted the Roland Garros trophy this year. Granollers and Zeballos, who were clinging to their dreams of qualifying for the Nitto ATP Finals, were not the only victims of the upset bug on Thursday. London qualifiers Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury ousted top seeds Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah 7-5, 5-7, 10-3. The American-British pair did not drop a service point in the Match Tie-break. Ram and Salisbury, who triumphed in Vienna last week, will next face eighth seeds Ivan Dodig and Filip Polasek in what will be a crucial match in the ATP Doubles Race To London. Dodig and Polasek, who eliminated Jurgen Melzer and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 2-6, 6-3, 10-8, are in a tight battle with Jeremy Chardy and Fabrice Martin for the final doubles spot at the Nitto ATP Finals. Chardy and Martin kept their hopes alive with a 6-2, 6-3 victory against Divij Sharan and Artem Sitak. They will next play seventh seeds Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut in an all-French match. Russians Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov converted on eight of 11 break points to beat New Zealand’s Marcus Daniell and Austrian Philipp Oswald 6-4, 7-5. They will try to overcome Canadian Denis Shapovalov, who remains in the singles draw, and Indian Rohan Bopanna. Shapovalov and Bopanna ousted Argentine Maximo Gonzalez and American Austin Krajicek 6-1, 6-3 beind strong serving, winning 92 per cent of their first-serve points.

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