“They pushed us to give our best in every race,” Virtus Bologna head coach admitted.
Daily Archive: June 2, 2023
A 50-27 split in the second half gave the Felsinians a comeback success against Tortona.
Bari beat Sudtirol thanks to one of his goals.
The world number one prevailed with a dry 6-1 6-4 6-2 victory over Canadian Denis Shapovalov in just over two hours of play.
A goal by the usual Domenico Berardi was not enough to avoid defeat for the Emilians.
The Italian jumper was ahead of Davis-Woodhall and Bekh-Romanchuk.
“It’s pretty clear that they will be one step ahead of the others here as well,” admitted the Monegasque driver.
“Today was a good day of preparation for the rest of the weekend,” admitted the Spanish driver.
Second exoneration for the Tuscans after an extremely disappointing season.
6-1 6-2 6-4 was the score by which the Italian beat the Briton in just over two hours; he will now have the winner between Alcaraz and Shapovalov.
The presentation of the trophy to the 22-year-old Georgian striker will take place on Sunday during the pre-match of Napoli-Sampdoria
Statements from the two-time world champion at the end of the first day of the weekend.
The team principal of the Maranello company spoke about the updates brought to Montmeló.
Ligurian yields only in fifth set to Austrian. The Serb beats Davidovich Fokina in three very long sets.
Going on tonight at 8:30 p.m. at San Nicola is the semifinal return match of the playoffs for promotion to Serie A.
The world champion was ahead of Alonso and the surprising Hulkenberg. Sixth and seventh were the Ferraris.
Dionisi and Italiano’s choices for the advance of the last day of Serie A.
The Portuguese signed a contract that binds him to the Rossoneri until 2028.
The Turin native recovered from a two-set disadvantage and beat the Russian after three hours and 42 minutes, landing in the round of 16 in Paris for the second time.
Portuguese coach faces disqualification after what happened at the end of the match against Sevilla
The granata coach spoke about his future at a press conference
Italian centaur towards confirmation in Yamaha
Serbian striker is in Bayern Munich’s sights
The Red Bull driver was the fastest at Montmelo
“We have a good chance of bringing it home.”
The young coach from Campania, one of the league’s revelations, will remain in Brianza for at least one more season.
The 60-year-old Venetian coach’s return to Palaverde certified by a contract valid for the next three seasons.
“Right now I’m a little ahead in both results and ranking,” admits the Carrara native.
“A few years ago I compared him to Senna and was laughed at. Gradually the pundits of the time are running out of arguments.”
In Pistoia he scored more points than the rest of the Brianza team.