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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga qualified for the final of 16 – ATP Winston Salem

By winning a hard-fought battle against Uzbek Denis Istomin, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is making his way up to the final of 16 of the 2015 ATP Winston Salem by beating Istomin Manceau. The 69th best player in the world bowed to Tsonga after a knotty 1 hour and 50 minutes play for the great joy of keen of sport betting. It was the Uzbek man who opened the scoring; he even went went on to dominate the first set. Though struggling to stand still, Tsonga gradually gained control of the game to win the second set. He eventually notched the win with two set points and three break points. Suffocated, Istomin came to a dead end, and subsequently gave way to the French man. Of course, the 19th best tennis player emerged victorious in the final set.

Another title contender from France, Pierre-Hugues Herbert, also claimed his ticket to the knockout stages by beating Marcos Baghdatis in three sets, a plyer to follow in online bet. Thus, both tsonga and Herbert are among the French men to watch in this US competition. For Tsonga, he will face US’s Steve Johnson, the one who dethroned Australia’s Sam Groth. Herbert, for his part, will tee himself against UK’s Aljaz Bedene who previously defeated Gilles Simon. As a reminder, Simon bowed to Bedene after a tiring 3-hour clash. Benoît Paire also hit the rail. He was ousted by South Korea’s Hyeon Chung.

Michel appointed as the new “Olympique de Marseille”‘s head coach – Ligue 1

Two weeks after Marcelo Bielsa oupted out of the Marseille-based football club “Olympique de Marseille”, the team is getting stronger with a new coach on the lead. Moreover, the way it has proved its legacy is quite promising for the rest of the ongoing season. Actually, both its supporters and sports betting fans witnessed a stunning match on Sunday. The now Michel-coached OM showed off its core potential by screening its two (1-0) losses against Caen and Reims. Admittedly, Spain-born coach Michel has successfully found the right potion the team has ever needed to get up from its bed. The new coach has chosen a totally new playing strategy than that of “El Loco”.

Marseille recently distinguished itself from other squads with its three-and-one strategy. Michel has chosen to get rid of the one-on-one tactics Marseille used to work on under the coaching of Marcelo Bielsa. Additionally, Michel included in the starting lineup some new faces including Rémy Cabella and Javier Manquillo. The Sunday’s game also was marked by the return of Lassana Diarra among the playing squad. The new tactics really paid off as OM set the whole Vélodrome alight by crushing Troyes 6-0 in the 3rd week of the Ligue 1. Abdelaziz Barrada opened the scoring in the 19th minute. Early after the break (47th), the show continued with Lassana Diarra scoring another goal, then followed by that of Michy Batshuayi (56th, 90th), Lucas Ocampos (64th) and Romain Alessandrini (88th).

Dustin Johnson reigned in the first round – US PGA Championship 2015

Dustin Johnson concluded the first round of the ongoing US PGA Championship with great success. The reigning WGC-Cadillac champion is securing the lead for third straight week with his 18 successful holes. USA’s Dustin Johnson claimed a title repeat following his feat at Chambers Bay and St.Andrews to finish atop of the current leader-board. On the green, Johnson hit 66 (-6) thanks to two birdies at 10 and at 11, coupled by an eagle at 16. As for 2015 Memorial Tournament title holder David Lingmerth, he rounded out the first round of the championship with 29 (-7) points behind Dustin Johnson for 6 birdies. He now totals 69 (-3).

2015 Whistling Straits champ “Martin Kaymer”, for his part, finished 15th (-2). A certain number of high-profile title contenders failed to shine in the race. Include the likes of Jordan Spieth and Rory Mc Ilroy (24th). Both men hit 71 (-1) each. Ranked 39th position is Phil Mickelson by wrapping the round up with one par while Tiger Woods along with the British Open winner “Zach Johnson” are trailing behind (86th, +3). Adam Scott and Henrik Stenson finished the day above par (102nd, +4).

Barça delivered a smashing performance – UEFA Super Cup

It was a hard-fought match that football and sports betting fans witnessed in the FC Barcelona Vs Sevilla clash. The UEFA Super Cup game saw two Spain-based football clubs battling it out with reviving energy and efforts. Nine goals were scored in the game. Plus, it would take an overtime to play down to a winner. It was the Messi-lead FC Barcelona who won over FC Sevilla 5-4. Yet, Sevilla opened the scoring in the 3rd minute thanks to a free kick by Banega.

Then Barcelona would speed up their paces with Messi on the lead. He scored two goals(7th, 16th). Rafinha scored one more before the break (44th) which owed to Suarez’s perfect pass. The latter hit the fourth goal of FC Barcelona some minutes after the break (52th). In the second half, the scene set a super motivated yet dominant Sevilla. Reyes bridged the score gap in the 57th while Vitolo and Gameiro added one more thanks to a penalty kick (71st). Sevilla successfully tied the game with Konoplyanka scoring their fourth goal in the 81st minute. The suspense was at a peak. Fortunately with the team’s excellent offensive play and a great set-piece by Lionel Messi, Pedro drew Barça’s way right to the win.

France’s Les Bleus crushed Serbia 73-63 for a tie – Euro Basket 2015

France national basketball team has just played its fourth warm-up game for the upcoming Euro Basket 2015. France and Serbia now have one win and one defeat each. While “Les Bleus” sealed a win at Nancy last week (78-65), the Serbian team recently turned their game a notch at a 22,000-filled Kombank Arena (73-63). Thus, bettors are puzzled about the performance of Tony Parker and Co. With regards to game prognosis, France lost two of its four warm-up games, which appeared exactly the opposite of what its fans expected three days earlier at Villeurbanne when the team beat Russia 93-55.

Seemingly, France lacked conviction in offense and had too much turnovers (24). In the center, it was dominated by their rivals. Vincent Collet’s men were tied facing the Serbs. Speaking of Tony Parker, the NBA veteran wrapped up the game with 8 points while Nicolas Batum failed to do more but scoring 3 points (1/6). Les Bleus also lacked commitment and individual performance. The Serbs successfully broke down the team’s defensive wall; it was only Evan Fournier who stood out from the squad with 3/3 in 3-point shots. By all accounts, we can say that France national basketball team is avoiding injury prior to the great day. This Friday Vincent Collet’s men will be in Nantes for another warm-up game against Ukraine.