There are no international matches for Feyenoord Marcus Senesi due to the commitment to quarantine  sport

There are no international matches for Feyenoord Marcus Senesi due to the commitment to quarantine sport

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Football: Feyenoord will not allow Censi to go to Japan

9.20 am: Argentine defender Marcos Senesi will remain the Feyenoord player in Rotterdam during the international matches. The 23-year-old Senese has been called up to the Argentine Olympic team, which is playing two friendlies in and against Japan. Due to the Corona problem and the commitment to quarantine, Feyenoord does not think it is right for the Argentine to travel to Asia.

Senesi would initially go to the best team in Argentina, but the World Cup qualifiers that had been scheduled for the end of March in South America were canceled. Due to all travel restrictions, South American countries will hardly be able to reach their international players playing in Europe.

The Argentine Federation hoped that Senesi would go to Japan. However, since it was all about friendly matches, Feyenoord decided to keep the defender at home. Argentina will participate in the soccer tournament in the Tokyo Olympics this summer.

Coach Dick Advocaat from Feyenoord sees seven international players leaving this week: Stephen Bergis (Dutch national team), Justin Bello, Terrell Malasia, Lucharel Gertruida (European Championship with the Dutch Youngsters), Orcon Kokjo (Turkey) and Aros Spi (Serbia) Robert Boznik (Slovakia)). Colombian striker Luis Senestera will stay at Rotterdam, just like Seneci. Cinestra was initially called up to his country band A.

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TENNIS: The Canadian teenager wins without losing Monterrey in the Women’s Tennis Association Championship

8.15 am: Canadian tennis player Lela Fernandez won the WTA Championship for Monterrey in Mexico. Number 72 in the world, only 18 years old, Swiss Victoria Golubic was 6-1, 6-4 in the final. For the teenager, this is the first title on the WTA Tour.

Fernandez hasn’t given up on set all week. On the way to the title, she defeated only 1 ranked player; In the semi-final battle it was a very strong 7-5 7-5 for Sarah Sorribes Turmo of Spain, seeded 7th in the standings.

Fernandez has a proven track record in Mexico. Last season I already reached the Final in Acapulco and the last four in Monterrey.

Basketball: Paul reached a milestone in James’ absence

At 08.00: Los Angeles Lakers basketball players lost 111-94 to the Phoenix Suns without injury to LeBron James, with Chris Paul reaching a milestone. The 35-year-old Paul broke the 10,000-pass barrier in Phoenix and scored three times.

Paul is now # 6 on the NBA’s list of so-called “all-time aid leaders”. He still has to put up with greats like Steve Nash and Magic Johnson. No. 5 Johnson has 10,141 assists and has made 886 matches. For Paul, that was his 1060th game. John Stockton headed the list, who received 15,806 assists.

In James’s absence, Montrezel Harrell was the Lakers’ top scorer with 23 points. Dennis Schroeder took one point less to count. Diander Ayton and Devin Booker were good at scoring 26 points for the home team.

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I think our boys really fought tonight. Lakers coach Frank Vogel, who has no business with his superstar James, said, “We didn’t shoot very well, but I thought we were performing at a very high level.”

James injured his ankle in the Atlanta Hawks game on Saturday night. It is expected to remain on the sidelines for at least six weeks, but maybe longer. James was injured in the second quarter of the match in a ball struggle with Solomon Hill of the Hawks. He lay on the floor for a while and cried out in pain. On his way to the changing rooms, James rammed a frustrated chair.

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