“Fizkult-hello” everyone! Now our program will be released every week, where we will sum up the main events of the past seven days. In the new issue of the project of the Federal News Agency, you are waiting for news from tennis and football fields, hockey rinks and basketball parquets.
Russian tennis is back in the top! Daniil Medvedev And Andrey Rublev for the first time in a long time met in a head-to-head match. The Russians determined the strongest in the final meeting of the ATP tournament in Dubai. As a result, Medvedev won with a score of 6:2, 6:2 – this is the third victory in a row by the 27-year-old tennis player.
Former captain of the St. Petersburg “Zenith” Artem Dzyuba loudly returned to the Russian Premier League. First, the 34-year-old striker signed a contract with Lokomotiv Moscow, and then gave a great interview Nobel Arustamyan, in which he criticized the transfer policy of blue-white-blue. In addition, Dziuba believes that Zenit now represents Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo, and not St. Petersburg. Oh, Artem, how we missed you.
Madrid “Real” is interested in the head coach of “Zenith”. Sounds loud, right? It’s not about football, it’s about basketball. Spanish mentor blue-white-blue Chavi Pascual in the summer he can return to his homeland and lead Real Madrid. An interesting and nervous summer will be in St. Petersburg. I wonder if Zenit is already looking for a replacement for Pascual?
It is impossible not to discuss the playoffs of the Gagarin Cup. For the first time in the history of the Continental Hockey League in all pairs of the first round, a draw was obtained following the results of two matches of the series. Do you remember how much skepticism there was about the prospects of the KHL in the summer, given the current geopolitical situation? So, this season is the best in the history of the KHL.
This and much more is already waiting for you in the next issue of the Fizkult-Privet project of the Federal News Agency.
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