Ex tennis ace tells what ‘the Jannik Sinner Effect’ led to

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© Dean Mouhtaropoulos / Staff Getty Images Sport “Let’s call it the ‘Jannik effect’, an upward drag on the entire movement which was undoubtedly predictable: when you have a winning example and model in front of you, the spirit of emulation works as a stimulus for everyone and the attempt to try achieving the results […]

A second win in 43 tries for El Tri, and familiar concerns for the Americans – Equalizer Soccer

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Jessica Alcheh-USA TODAY Sports Two stunning goals lifted Mexico past the United States women’s national team, 2-0 on Monday to defeat the Americans for just the second time in 43 meetings and the first time on US soil. With the victory, Mexico advances as the winner of Group A at the Concacaf W Gold Cup […]

D3hoops.com women’s Top 25, 2023-24 Week 12

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Through games of Sunday, Feb. 25, 2024: Dropped out: No. 22 Emory Others receiving votes: Bates 41; Emory 31; Vassar 23; Concordia-Moorhead 16; Mary Hardin-Baylor 11; Mass-Dartmouth 10; Springfield 7; Trinity (Conn.) 6; Trinity (Texas) 5; DePauw 4 The D3hoops.com Top 25 is voted on by a panel of 25 coaches, Sports Information Directors and […]

Nadal trains at Indian Wells after sharing a flight with Djokovic!

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© Rafael Nadal Instagram account Rafael Nadal has officially arrived in Indian Wells to take part in the BNP Paribas Openthe first ATP Master 1000 of the season, from 6 to 17 March. After spending the entire flight in the company of Novak DjokovicRafa has already taken to the court and played a first training […]

Sydney Martinez, goalkeeper heroics, and the déjà vu of Concacaf – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo Copyright Concacaf Watching Puerto Rico goalkeeper Sydney Martinez in Saturday’s Concacaf W Gold Cup play-in game brought the memories flooding back. Here was a heroic performance between the pipes from an unlikely and largely unknown protagonist, her performance undeniably the catalyst to a huge upset by Puerto Rico — ranked No. 103 in the […]

Sunday: Bubble preserved as favorites win

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The Trinity Bantams are headed to the Big Dance as NESCAC champions after beating Williams on Sunday afternoon.Photo by Trinity College athletics Swarthmore moved off the bubble and into the Big Dance by beating Johns Hopkins in the Centennial men’s final, Trinity (Conn.) avenged its lone loss against Williams, and Mary Schleusner had a performance […]

Aryna Sabalenka honestly answers if she wants to have kids and when

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© Getty Images Sport – Clive Brunskill Aryna Sabalenka says she absolutely wants to become a mother one day though she is unsure whether that will happen in the next few years or 10 years. Over the weekend, world No. 2 Sabalenka held a Q&A session on Instagram. While the majority of questions were tennis-related, […]

How Rose Lavelle will thrive at Gotham FC – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo Copyright Brett Phibbs for USA TODAY Sports New York is an artist’s paradise, and for Rose Lavelle, the ball is her paintbrush and the pitch is her canvas. The Cincinnati native, known for creating magic with the ball at her feet, has made 92 appearances for the US women’s national team scoring 24 goals […]

Bubble gets tight for men on Saturday

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Oswego State had a look at a three-pointer to tie the game in the closing seconds, but was unable to convert and New Paltz survived to steal a bid to the tournament.Oswego State athletics photo The bubble got tighter and tighter as the day went on Championship Saturday, a day in which more than three-quarters […]

‘Angry’ Iga Swiatek shares what’s to blame for shock Dubai semifinal loss

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© Getty Images Sport – Christopher Pike Iga Swiatek blamed tiredness and exhaustion following her shock Dubai exit as the Pole admitted she just didn’t have the energy to play her game or make the required adjustment on the court against Anna Kalinskaya. Swiatek, who played four matches last week and won the opening WTA […]