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Verstappen – ice -cold performance on boiling hot afternoon

USA

USA Today: “The south of Floridas got a first impression of Formula 1. Certainly many came to Miami with curiosity, and certainly many traveled again as fans. It is a connection that fits. Miami has a lot with his ten -year contract Time to improve the event – it can hardly be much larger. “

Wall Street Journal: “Formula 1 was looking for American shine and found Miami. Thanks to a popular Netflix series, the premier class came to Florida, she met her screwdriver image with numerous celebrities in the driver’s warehouse.”

Netherlands

Ad.nl: “Max Verstappen, American. With a football helmet on his head, he celebrated on the podium as if he were not Formula 1 world champion, but a quarterback from Limburg. America has it Of course terribly exaggerated, Verstappen made you happy after a wonderful victory. “

de Telegraaf: “Master of concentration. Max Verstappen also remains cool in American madness.”

ITALY

Gazzetta Dello Sport: “Only half joy for Ferrari. Verstappen wins, Leclerc fights like a lion. He has to be satisfied with a bitter second place.”

Corriere dello Sport: “Verstappen tames the red Ferrari cars. Head and heart are not enough for victory. He did his best, but he measures himself with an extraordinary pilot.”

La Stampa: “America blesses Red Bull: The first Grand Prix in Miami is all about Vipen.

Corriere della sera: “The flying Max conquers the USA: Leclerc has to bow to clear superiority before the dapping, Ferrari says goodbye to Miami with disappointment – and now has to fight hard for the dream.”

La Repubblica: “Verstappen ruins Ferraris ambitions. The incredible tough attitude of Leclerc is not enough to keep up in Verstappen. Two champions of the highest profile enliven one season that could become unforgettable.”

England

Guardian: “Max Verstappen’s victory shows again which level he acts when he has a car according to his ideas. An ice -cold performance on a boiling hot afternoon.”

Daily Mail: “Somewhere in this glittering show there was also a reasonably decent race with a deserved winner Max Verstappen. Lewis Hamilton started and ended it as sixth – it was further evidence that the Mercedes himself with a long -standing Superman is not up to the wheel. “

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FRANCE

L’Equipe: “Verstappen confirms his return to old strength. With his exception class, he dominates the race, only Leclerc can keep up at times.”

Spain

Marca: “He also wins every race that runs away. The Dutch pulls all the registers of his talent.”

as: “Verstappen both eat Ferraris on the racetrack. No matter what the World Cup stand says: In Miami Mad Max was in charge. Schumacher and Vettel Crashen, the fault is more of the younger one.”

Sport: “Verstappen wins the arm pressing against Leclerc. The American dream – for some it is a comedy, for others a thriller. It is impressive how much Formula 1 in the USA has grown.”

El Mundo Deportivo: “Verstappen sends a clear message to Ferrari. The fight for the title is getting more and more exciting, the Scuderia has to watch that she finds a suitable answer in Barcelona.”

NBA Playoffs: Horror

Die Miami Heat haben Spiel 1 in der Erstrundenserie gegen die Atlanta Hawks in dominanter Manier für sich entschieden. Mit einer überragenden Defensivleistung zog das beste Ost-Team der Regular Season Trae Young und Co. von Anfang an den Zahn.

Miami Heat (1) – Atlanta Hawks (8) 115:91 (BOXSCORE)

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Atlanta kam offensiv zu keinem Zeitpunkt der Partie in einen Rhythmus, was sich vor allem bei Young bemerkbar machte, der noch im Play-In zwei überragende Spiele gezeigt hatte. Diesmal blieb Young komplett wirkungslos (Season-Low 8 Punkte, 1/12 FG, 4 Assists, 6 Turnover) und entsprechend schwach war die Hawks-Offense.

Die Gäste trafen lediglich 38,7 Prozent aus dem Feld (10/36 Dreier), lediglich Danilo Gallinari (17 Punkte), DeAndre Hunter (14) und Rückkehrer John Collins (10) erreichten überhaupt eine zweistellige Punktzahl, bevor Kevin Knox dies in der Garbage Time auch noch gelang (13). Neben Young hatte auch Bogdan Bogdanovic riesige Probleme (6, 0/8 FG). “Miami hat uns heute den Level gezeigt, den wir erreichen müssen, um in den Playoffs mitzuhalten”, stellte Hawks-Coach Nate McMillan fest.

Sein Gegenüber Erik Spoelstra konnte da wesentlich zufriedener sein. Das ganze Heat-Team bewegte den Ball sehr gut und verzeichnete 35 Assists bei 43 Field Goals, Topscorer war Duncan Robinson, der von der Bank kommend einen neuen Playoff-Karrierebestwert aufstellte (27 Punkte, 8/9 3FG). Sehr stark war auch Jimmy Butler (21 Punkte), P.J. Tucker (16) und Kyle Lowry (10, dazu 9 Assists) landeten ebenfalls in Double Figures. Bam Adebayo wiederum traf nur einen seiner fünf Würfe, war defensiv jedoch einer der Schlüssel für eine überragende Heat-Defense.

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Atlanta musste in der Partie wie erwartet auf Clint Capela verzichten, der sich im Play-In verletzt hatte, dafür gab es die gute Nachricht, dass Collins erstmals seit dem 11. März wieder zur Verfügung stand. Der Forward kam jedoch von der Bank, den Capela-Platz in der Starting Five nahm Onyeka Okongwu ein.

Vor allem aufgrund der Heat-Defense starteten die Hawks jedoch mit enormen Problemen. Als Collins nach sieben Minuten erstmals auf den Court kam, stand Atlanta bei einem Field Goal. Miami verteidigte mit größter Intensität und nahm Young die Optionen, gerade Adebayo war zu Beginn überall. Auf der Gegenseite starteten auch die Heat nicht brandheiß, konnten sich aber bessere Abschlüsse herausspielen. Atlanta traf über das gesamte Viertel bloß drei Würfe aus dem Feld, hielt sich mit zehn Freiwürfen aber in Schlagdistanz. 23:17 Miami nach einem Viertel.

Zu Beginn des zweiten saß Young und Atlanta suchte weiter händeringend nach Offense. Auf der Gegenseite netzte Robinson zwei Dreier, Lowry ließ einen weiteren folgen – die Heat bauten ihren Vorsprung auf 15, dann sogar auf 19 Punkte aus. Lediglich Gallinari sorgte bei den Hawks für Punkte, die Heat wirkten übermächtig. Kurz vor der Pause versenkte Gabe Vincent einen Eckendreier, es ging mit 59:40 in die Kabinen.

Duncan Robinson wirft Dagger um Dagger

Und es wurde auch danach nicht besser für Atlanta. Miami war auf jeden Pass, jeden Laufweg vorbereitet, auf der Gegenseite wirkten die Beine nach zwei Play-In-Spielen und einer sehr kurzen Pause überdies schwer. Young wirkte komplett von der Rolle und verunsichert, kurz vor Ende des dritten Viertels nahm ihn Nate McMillan runter und es folgten zumindest mal ein paar erfolgreiche Würfe durch Hunter und Collins. Doch Robinson konterte wieder von draußen, es folgte ein Butler-Alley-Oop, 86:60 für Miami vor dem Schlussviertel.

Atlanta eröffnete den Durchgang mit einem 8:3-Run, woraufhin Erik Spoelstra prompt zur Auszeit griff. Wieder war es Robinson, der den nächsten Dreier versenkte – und im Angriff danach einen weiteren folgen ließ, diesmal mit Foul! Es waren wieder 28 Punkte Unterschied – und das Spiel lange entschieden. Young kehrte im gesamten Schlussviertel nicht mehr auf den Court zurück.

Heat vs. Hawks: Die Serie im Überblick (1-0)

Game Date Time Home Away result
1 17. April 19 o’clock Miami Heat Atlanta Hawks 115:91
2 20. April 1.30 Miami Heat Atlanta Hawks
3 23. April 1 o’clock Atlanta Hawks Miami Heat
4 25. April 1 o’clock Atlanta Hawks Miami Heat
5 * 27. April TBD Miami Heat Atlanta Hawks
6 * 29. April TBD Atlanta Hawks Miami Heat
7 * 1. May TBD Miami Heat Atlanta Hawks

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Even the king congratulates Spains overflow Alcaraz

When suddenly the cell phone rang after his historic coup in Miami, the fingers of Tennis Sensation Carlos Alcaraz began to tremble. The king was dran – Felipe VI. From Spain’s most strongly, the 18-year-old congratulated to the impressive Masters Triumph, which puts the scene in turmoil.

“It’s pretty great to get a call from the Spanish king. I was more nervous than in the match,” Alcaraz said radiantly, who prevailed in the final against Casper Ruud from Norway with 7: 5, 6: 4: “I never have it expected.” The Royal head of state of the Iberer will have saved the number, because for Alcaraz, it should only be the beginning of a significant trophy collection.

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Already eleventh in the ranking

Only the American Michael Chang (Toronto 1990) and his role model Rafael Nadal (Monte Carlo 2005) were a bit younger at her first master’s institutes than the athlete from Murcia, who carried out his feat with exactly 18 years and 333 days. He dissolved a certain Novak Djokovic as the latest Miami champion – the world ranking learning from Serbia won the 2007 title in the ages of 19 years. “Congratulations Carlitos to your historic victory in Miami,” wrote Nadal at Twitter. It would certainly follow many.

Alcaraz, who has already developed the status as a wondering cheek and climbed in the world ranking rank eleven, has always been compared with the Grand Slam record champion from the island of Mallorca. And there are obvious parallels that go beyond the country of origin. The muscle-packed body already in young professional years, the enormous combat spirit and the unconditional wing of victory remind of Nadal, which he was finally underlined in the semifinals of Indian Wells. “I’ve always looked at Rafa, I have always seen his big moments and games and learned a lot from it,” said Alcaraz.

NADAL comparison undesirable

But the “next Nadal” does not want to be the powerful right-hander. His coach Juan Carlos Ferrero, who became the final in Miami in the short term after the death of his father and stirred his protégé in the poor castle, “may not, if compared to Rafa,” said Alcaraz last. He wants to go his own way and has developed his own, variable game style, with which he collected the title even at the 500er tournament in Rio de Janeiro. In the category he is the latest champion since the introduction of 2009.

Alcaraz has arrived in the world lit and another, strong competitor for the German number one Alexander Zverev on the hunt for a Grand Slam Triumph – even at the French Open from 22 May. Also, because he always reminds himself in the decisive phases of the matches to the advice of his opas. Cabeza, Corazon, Coyones – Head, Heart, Eggs, It’ll be on it. “This motto accompanies me,” said Alcaraz.

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