France vs Slovakia : It’s a Nick Kyrgios-heavy Tennis Today edition, but we do have a bit about Andy Murray and something from Amazon Prime. What’s on the site Nick Kyrgios dominates and we are not really sure where to start.
France vs Slovakia
Date : Friday, May 17, 2019
Start Time : Live
Let’s go back to the day before all the drama unfolded when Kyrgios did an interview with the No Challenges Podcast and branded Rafael Nadal “super salty” and “lacking respect”.
In the same interview he said also had this to say about Novak Djokovic: “I just feel like he’s got a sick obsession with wanting to be liked.”
Now we can finally move onto his latest court outburst as he smashed a racket, threw a chair and the match against Casper Ruud.
France vs Slovakia Roger Federer, though, doesn’t feel Kyrgios should be suspended.
France vs Slovakia.. Ice Hockey However, Casper Ruud feels differently. And in non-Kyrgios related news, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal all advanced at the Italian Open. On the WTA Tour side, Naomi Osaka, Kiki Bertens, Victoria Azarenka and Johanna Konta are all in the quarter-final in Rome.
France suffered their fourth consecutive loss and look like they will be embroiled in a battle to avoid relegation after they were defeated by Canada with the French needing to back-up quickly as they face hosts Slovakia.
Canada raced into a 3-0 lead in the first period and despite France pulling two goals back in the third period, the Canadians were able to add another two goals to the tally to condemn France to a 5-2 defeat.
Veteran forward Damien Fleury is France’s top scorer in the tournament so far with three goals after he added to that tally against France and he will be key in this game if France are to pick up their first win.
France vs Slovakia.. Slovakia look in real danger of missing out on a quarter-final berth in the IIHF World Championships that they are hosting after a third consecutive defeat as Germany beat them 3-2.
For the second game in a row, a late goal was Slovakia’s downfall as Leon Draisaitl’s effort with just 27.4 seconds remaining condemned the Slovaks to defeat following their heart-breaking loss to Canada.
To make matters worse for Slovakia, they had actually been leading with 1:52 left but the Germans were able to turn the game on its head and they will head into this game with doubts still surrounding defender Marek Daloga after the horrific facial injury suffered against Finland.
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