Naomi Osaka SHOCK lost, reaction to GB’s historic swimming gold and silver medals
At the Tokyo Olympics, the British medal craze continues!
Tom Dean and Duncan Scott won the gold and silver medals for GB in the men’s 200m freestyle final in the men’s swimming. It was an incredible game because of the British amazing billiards form in Magic Monday from Adam Petty’s gold medal Continuation.
Georgia Taylor-Brown kicked off Britain’s silver medal with an amazing triathlon on the 4th day of the Olympics.
Manchester’s Taylor-Brown suffered a puncture on the final lap of the bike and fought back with an amazing style to emulate Alex Yee’s heroic performance from Monday.
The GB team now has 10 The medals really started with the Tokyo Olympics.
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Back to the court
Murray and Joe Salisbury (Murray) and Joe Salisbury (Joe Salisbury) in the doubles with Kevin Krawietz and Tim Puetz Return to the court and warm up before the game.
The British took an early break before the rain, forcing the game to stop.
They had a serve game and led 2-1 in the first set.
Despite everything this morning, Britain is still in a good position to advance.
They are ranked third in Group B, and the top four qualify for the quarter-finals.
Osaka is out!
Osaka Naomi lost in the third round, and Tokyo 2020’s golden girl was out.
She lit the cauldron on Friday night, but there was no spark this morning.
Osaka lost in straight sets to Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic ranked 42nd in the world.
With Ash Barty also out, the women’s draw opened wide.
Soon!Great Britain 1-5 Germany
The Germans performed well in scoring.
Britain leads the game through Roper.
But since then, the Germans have taken control.
Target!United Kingdom 1-5 Germany
A disappointing afternoon ended with another German goal.
Payne saved a penalty well.
But when the red jerseys were waiting for the opponent to clear it, Fuchs suddenly hit the ball for him and the German team.
Osaka is still struggling to break von Drusova.
In the second set, the Czech team played a tight serve, leading 4-3.
All the pressure for Osaka is now on her serve.
Du Bois wins
Her Olympic debut was a convincing victory for Caroline Du Bois.
After a calm and dominant display, the final decision was unanimous.
The more difficult opponents will come to Du Bois, but she will do what she has to do.
American Rashida Ellis will enter the round of 16.
Target!UK 1-4 Germany
The Germans are rioting now.
Fuch crosses the goal and Sandford passes the ball into his own goal.
In the ring
Caroline Dubois is about to start her 60 kg journey.
This is a lightweight preliminaries.
Target!UK 1-3 Germany
The defense was really bad, because four red shirts allowed Grambusch to drive into the circle.
They all stood watching the German pass the ball across the goal, only to avoid Payne’s touch in the goal.
Weigand can’t be missed because he scored the ball into an empty net within a few minutes of the third quarter.
The impact on the card?
The Olympic poster girl Naomi Osaka is the 42nd Marketa Vondrousova in the world.
The Czech led 6-1 in less than 25 minutes.
Is the pressure in Osaka too much? Or can she use “home advantage” to play to her advantage?
Target!United Kingdom 1-2 Germany
Britain gets a green card and their opponents raided.
Christopher Ruhr is effective on the left, he shoots from a small angle.
But what a hard effort, flying past Penn under the goal and crossbar.
Earlier this morning, Adam Petty yelled for the British couple on social media.
No sign yet
As the outfield is still unable to play tennis, the players still stay in the locker room.
Just a few days later, the player complained that the weather was too hot and the wind and rain caused severe damage.
There is some irony somewhere.
HT Hockey: England 1 Germany 1
Fuchs’ goal canceled the earlier Roper opener.
There is no doubt that Germany has created the most opportunities, and Payne is the busier of the two goalkeepers.
Revenge of Sisipus
Last month, Stefanos Tsitsipas shocked the American Frances Tiafoe in the first round of Wimbledon.
The Greek seems to have learned this difficult lesson because he scored 6-3, 6-4 in two straight sets.
Sisipas, ranked fourth in the world, will face France’s Ugo Humbert or Serbia’s Miomir Kekmanovic in the third round.
Come back later
Is a football player for the England team because they are playing against Canada.
The kick-off time is 11 a.m. British time because the British want to start these games three to three.
If you missed it yesterday, this is their reaction to the news that Tom Daley and Matty Lee won the gold medal yesterday.
Equalizer!United Kingdom 1-1 Germany
In the last few seconds of entering the first quarter, the German remained level.
A penalty kick brought an opportunity, and they had two base runners on both sides.
Florian Fuchs expertly brought home drag flicks.
Something frustrating, because the combination of wind and rain forced tennis to time out.
Murray and Salisbury flew out of the block and returned.
The GB team was supposed to serve with a 2-1 lead in the first set.
Target!United Kingdom 1-0 Germany
They withstood the pressure of the early Germans, and now the British lead.
Salisbury aggressively attacked in the midfield and won possession, and then they scored.
The ball was touched back to Roper, who made an amazing blow from a long distance into the corner.
Double the British action
The British team played against the German team in two different sports and early stages.
Andy Murray and Joe Salisbury just started their men’s doubles and broke their opponents in the opening serve.
The men’s hockey team is also in action. Their first quarter just started, the Germans applied pressure in the early stages, but we still remained at 0-0.
The wonderful video captures Tom Dean’s supporters cheering for their boy at the home of the Olympic gold medal.
Try to tell them that this Olympics is different!
Live medal table
This is where GB’s ten medals put us on the medal list…
So far, the 10 medal winners from the UK at the Tokyo Olympics are:
- Adam Peaty-Men’s 100m Breaststroke
- Tom Daley and Matty Lee-Men’s 10m Platform Diving
- Tom Pidcock-Men’s Mountain Bike
- Tom Dean-Men’s 200m Freestyle Swimming
- Bradly Sinden-Men’s 68kg Taekwondo
- Alex Yee-Men’s Triathlon
- Lauren Williams-Women’s 67kg Kickboxing
- Georgia Taylor-Brown-Women’s Triathlon
- Duncan Scott-Men’s 200m Freestyle Swimming
- Chelsie Giles-Women’s 52kg Judo
Andy Murray was originally scheduled to participate in the doubles match at 3 a.m. British Summer Time, but he had to wait.
Due to humid weather conditions in Tokyo, the tie was delayed by at least an hour.