Kretzschmar wants Biegler in Leipzig Related Items:Stefan Kretzschmar Kretzschmar criticizes IHF resin-free decision: You should prove that is dangerous ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsStefan Kretzschmar is coming home! Legendary German left wing and one of the iconic faces in world of handball, famous for his tattos, but moreover personality, will join Fuchse Berlin since January 1, 2020.The 46 years old Berliner is “coming home” to overtake position of the sports director of Fuchse Berlin, responsible also for communications and sponsoring.Stefan is coming from famous family. His mother Waltruda was one of the best players ever, while his father Peter was head-coach of East Germany.Kretzschmar was a part of famous Magdeburg’s generation who won the EHF Champions League 2002. He also won European gold medal with Germany at EHF EURO 2004. Recommended for you 1 Comment Pingback: VIDEO: Kretzche rentre à la maison! – Handball Actu ShareTweetShareShareEmail Exclusively Stefan Kretzschmar before EHF F4: Kiel and Barca favorites, but Kielce and HSV can reach final 1 Comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES The two players will sign a 10-day contract with the NFL teams until the Aug. 4 game.For Kawaguchi, a 178-cm, 103-kg linebacker, this will be his third NFL camp, having previously joined the Packers in 1998 and the Cowboys in 2000 in the build up to the American Bowl.Kawaguchi recorded 26 tackles, three defended passes and two special team tackles for NFLEL’s Amsterdam Admirals this spring.A 182-cm, 85.3-kg wideout, Amaya played for the World Bowl runnerup Rhein Fire this spring and marked five receptions for 21 yards.The 49ers take on the Redskins in the NFL Osaka 2002 at the Osaka Dome. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. Two Japanese players will see action in the San Francisco 49ers’ and Washington Redskins’ training camps next month and could be given a chance to play in the NFL Osaka 2002 on Aug. 4, NFL Japan announced Thursday.Masafumi Kawaguchi, a six-year NFL Europe League veteran, will take part in the 49ers’ training camp while Akihito Amaya will join the Redskins. Both camps are scheduled to start late July. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
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They also met in New York on August 25, when the Premier 5 tournament from Cincinnati took place there. Serena Williams lost with a result of 7: 5, 6: 7 (5), 1: 6 after not serving a match in the 2nd set at the result of 5: 3. She also had a very big advantage in Taipei with 4: 1. The American had to play in the Grand Slam match on Monday.Both tennis players had three breakballs in the 1st set. Williams managed to play from 0:40 in the fifth game, but in the next game she got a break herself. She, too, had three breakballs (though not in a row), and Williams realized the last one when a strong diagonal “forehand” forced Mariju Sakari hit the net. Williams from 4: 2 finished the set comfortably.The 2nd set was almost played without breakballs, waiting for them in the 12th game when Williams served at 5: 6. Sakari got two breakballs worth the setballs, Williams both played with the first serve, Sakari hit the ball twice in a row. Williams “woke up” to 0: 4 in Taiwan, later played two setballs, but did not make it to the third or overall fifth, playing his serve at 6: 7 with the ball in the field.In the last set, the first break ball was already in the first game, when Serena failed to go to the net at 30:30. Communications were punished by a passing blow. Williams plays a “backhand” break. Two more bets on her in the next game, where Sakari also has two passes, gaining a 2: 0 advantage.Williams played back, recovering from a break in the fourth game with a successful attack on Sakari’s second serve. The Greek repelled one break ball, but the other did not end when the tactic to play on the net did not justify – William’s successful bypass. The 23-time Grand Slam champion Sakari also broke in the eighth game and then served a match at 5: 3, avoiding a repeat of last month’s failure.Communications failed to become the first Greek tennis player to reach the Grand Slam quarterfinals. She now has a 0-2 balance in the eighth final matches, losing at this stage in Australia this year as well – 7: 6 (4), 3: 6, 2: 6 against the eighth number Peter Kvitov. Meanwhile, William will have the 53rd Grand Slam quarter-finals this week, including 17 in New York.In the 3rd set, the break was also played Tsvetana Pironkova, which continued its phenomenal return tournament with a 6: 4, 6: 7 (5), 6: 3 victory over Alize Corne (WTA 59.). The French tennis player took the lead with 2: 1 in the last set of the 2:49-hour fight, but the break immediately lost the lead. Before that, Pironkova had an excellent chance to win the match in the previous set.The Bulgarian athlete did not serve the match twice, moreover, he did not use one match ball in the first approach to the result 5: 4. From her 5: 4, 40:30 three mistakes in a row – a “backhand” draw, a hit in the net from a short distance, when behind the end line the former Corner desperately lifted the ball in the air, and at the end of the game another kick with a shot from the left.Playing for the first time since Wimbledon in 2017, Pironkova achieved her best result in New York, where she will have her fourth Grand Slam quarter-final. Pironkova has two in Wimbledon, where she reached the semi-finals in 2010, and one in Paris.Corner reached his eighth final for the first time at his 14th US Open. She has now succeeded at least once in all four major tournaments (twice in France), but it has not been decided to go any further. Corner has a 0-5 balance in the eight-final matches. She holds the record with the most Grand Slam tournaments (57) without quarterfinals.US Open 2020 Women’s SinglesRound 4 resultsThe gameThe result(2) Sofia Kenin – (16) Elise Mertens(3) Serena Williams – (15) Maria Sakkari6:3 6:7(6) 6:3(4) Naomi Osaka – (14) Anett Kontaveit6:3 6:4Shelby Rogers – (6) Petra Kvitova7:6(5) 3:6 7:6(6)(23) Yulia Putintseva – (8) Petra Martic6:3 2:6 6:4(28) Jennifer Brady – (17) Angelique Kerber6:1 6:4(20) Karolina Muchova – Victoria AzarenkaTsvetana Pironkova – Alize Cornet6:4 6:7(5) 6:3Quarterfinals pairThe game(3) Serena Williams – Tsvetana Pironkova(4) Naomi Osaka – Shelby Rogers(23) Yulia Putintseva – (28) Jennifer Brady