Sports on TV
Midday – NCAA Baseball Championship Selection Special, ESPN2
College Golf (men)
5 p.m. – NCAA Championships: National Individual Championship, Grayhawk Golf Club, Scottsdale, Arizona, GOLF
13 hours – Minnesota to Baltimore, ESPN
4 p.m. – Boston to Houston, ESPN
8 p.m. – Pittsburgh to Kansas City, ESPN
11 o’clock in the evening – NY Mets at Arizona OR St. Louis at LA Dodgers (joined games in progress), MLBN
7 p.m. – Eastern Conference Playoff: Philadelphia to Washington, First Round, Game 4, TNT
9:30 p.m. – Western Conference playoff: Utah at Memphis, first round, game 4, TNT
7 p.m. – Stanley Cup North Division Qualifiers: Montreal to Toronto, First Round, Game 7, CNBC
7:30 p.m. – Stanley Cup Playoff: NY Islanders in Boston, East Division Final, Game 2, NBCSN
11:50 a.m. – UEFA U-21: Netherlands vs France, Quarter-final, Budapest, Hungary, ESPNU
2:50 p.m. – UEFA U-21: Portugal vs Italy, quarter-final, Ljubljana, Slovenia, ESPNU
5 a.m. – ATP / WTA: Roland-Garros, 1st round, Paris, TENNIS
6 h – ATP / WTA: Roland-Garros, 1st round, Paris, TENNIS
Braves-Mets pushed back again by the rain; Ozuna arrested
NEW YORK – The Atlanta Braves-New York Mets game scheduled for Sunday night has been postponed due to rain.
The teams will be part of a single-entry doubles program on July 26 at 5:10 pm The two games will be played over seven rounds.
Atlanta Braves star Marcell Ozuna was arrested on Saturday for aggravated assault by strangulation and bodily harm after police said they saw him attack his wife.
A statement from the Sandy Springs Georgia Police Department said officers responded to a 911 call on Saturday afternoon and entered a house where the front door was open and heard screams coming from the interior.
According to the statement, the police saw Ozuna grab his wife by the neck and throw her against a wall.
Major League Baseball’s Investigations Department plans to look into the matter as part of the joint domestic violence policy in place between MLB and the players’ association.
Osaka was fined $ 15,000 for skipping the media at Roland Garros; Thiem off
PARIS – Naomi Osaka was fined $ 15,000 at Roland Garros for skipping a post-match press conference after her first round victory on Sunday – and threatened by all four Grand Slam tournaments with more penalties severe, including default, if she continues to avoid meeting with the media.
The fine will come from Osaka’s prize money and was announced in a joint statement from the president of the French tennis federation, Gilles Moretton, and executives of the other majors.
Osaka returned to Roland Garros after skipping the trip last time, securing a 6-4, 7-6 (4) error-filled victory over 63rd Patricia Maria Tig at Court Philippe Chatrier on day one in Paris .
After the 2020 French Open was pushed to an early September with a limit of 1,000 spectators per day due to the coronavirus outbreak, things were closer to normal on Sunday: It was a day in May sunny and over 5,000 fans were allowed in.
Other results were perhaps more interesting than a straight set victory by Osaka, ranked No.2 – this is certainly the case for the US Open champion and double Roland Garros runner-up, 4 -6, 5-7, 6- by Dominic Thiem. 3, 6-4, 6-4 loss to 68th Pablo Andujar – but the events that unfolded after the Japanese superstar’s game were of great interest.
Alex Cejka wins Senior PGA for 2nd consecutive major
TULSA, Okla. – Alex Cejka won the Senior PGA Championship on Sunday for his second consecutive major championship, thriving on precise, powerful ball strikes and a deft touch around the demanding greens of Southern Hills.
Cejka shot a 3-under 67 for a four-time victory over Tim Petrovic, three weeks after beating Steve Stricker in the playoffs in the Alabama Regions tradition.
“It’s amazing,” Cejka said. “Seeing and knowing all these names that are up there on the trophy and being on the trophy myself is a dream come true. … Monday when I first played here I walked these fairways and I remember seeing this on TV for all these years and I can’t even describe what it feels like to be here and touch the trophy. I’m just super blessed. I’m very happy. It’s an incredible feeling right now. “