Bayern Munich congratulate Zverev on reaching US Open final 08:59
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Alexander Zverev, Jr. (tennis)
Bayern have congratulated German tennis player Alexander Zverev on reaching the US Open final. In the semifinals, Zverev beat Spaniard Pablo Carrena-Busta (3:6, 2:6, 6:3, 6:4, 6:3).

“What a comeback! Congratulations on your first career Grand slam final! Take it away!”, – said in the publication of the official account of” Bayern ” on Twitter.

Zverev responded to the message from the Munich club on his Twitter account.

“Forward!”, – the tennis player wrote. In the final, Zverev will face Austrian Dominik Thiem, who beat Russian Daniil Medvedev.

The Houston player was suspended until the end of the season. He called a stranger to his room

Houston light forward Daniel house is suspended until the end of the 2019/20 NBA season, according to ESPN.

According to the publication, the player has already left the “bubble” in Orlando. It is reported that the decision was made after an investigation, which revealed that a stranger had been in the basketball player’s room for a long time. According to the rules of the NBA, players can only invite close relatives to the hotel. Earlier in the media, it was reported that house spent the night with a girl who did tests for coronavirus for basketball players.

ESPN claims that house denied any wrongdoing.

In the 2019/20 playoffs, house averaged 11.4 points and 5.8 rebounds per game. His team loses to the Lakers by a score of 1-3 in the second round of the playoffs.

«I’ll be back». Medvedev — after losing in the us Open semifinals

Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev is disappointed to lose to Austrian Dominic Thiem in the us Open semifinals. On Twitter, the Russian thanked the organizers of the tournament and noted that the opponent deserved to win.

«Disappointed. Twice went to the tiebreak. Tim deserved to win. Thank you to the US Open for the last 3 weeks. See you next year. Hopefully with a roaring crowd that loves me. I love new York, ” Medvedev wrote.

Later, he posted an entry on the official page of the tournament with the caption ” I’ll be back “(I’ll be back).