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French Open 2019 – Roger Federer Made His Comeback After Four Years With a Win

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Roger Federer made a win on opening Sunday of the tournament. He returned to the Parisian Clay after four years of absence and won over Italian Lorenzo Sonego by (6,2) (6.4) (6,4) in each set.

Earlier, Federer had won Roland Garros title ten years ago, and he was absent from clay court grand slam since 2015. On Sunday he beat Italian man Lorenzo Sonego easily which has the 73rd ranking. Sonego played for the first time at Roland Garros after losing in qualifying match last year.

After winning the match, Federer said, “I’m very happy to be back, maybe a tiny bit more because when I have missed the last three editions, and when you miss something in life, you’re happy to be back there again. Centre court looks very different. There has been a lot of upgrades and investments made. But I feel it is still the old Roland Garros, it’s kept its flair and everything.”

20 times grand slam champion and seeded number 3, Federer will play his third match in revamped Court Philippe Chatrier. He is behind world’s number one, Novak Djokovic and 11-time champion Rafel Nadal. Federer is back with a lot of expectations without any pressure. Pressure can make him more dangerous, as we saw him in 2017 Australian Open where he won the title after recovering from six-month injury.

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A Sports Betting Show is Going to Start on Bay Area TV

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Sports betting is going to explode a new barrier on 5th August. NBC Sports Bay Area is going to present a live simulcast of sports betting with the help of a regional sports network named, NBC Sports Radio. The show name is “The Daily Line” which is focused on sports betting and online casino UfaBet. Sara Perlman will join Michael Jenkins and Tim Murry to serve as a co-host. She has been hosting the show since its launch.

The Daily Line show was launched on Jan 2nd, in conjunction with Westwood One. It is airing nationwide on NBC Sports Radio, the NBC Sports Scores app and other digital audio platforms from 3-7 pm. But in the Bay Area, the show timing will be noon to 4 pm. Apart from the Bay area, the show will also be simulcast on regional sports network in Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. As The Daily Line show is about sports betting, it will fit in the NBC Sport that will grow its audience. The show will cover sports betting information on worldwide online betting platforms including UFA.

David Preschlack, Chief of NBC Sports Regional Network, said, “I suspect the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow states to legalize sports betting will alter the consumption of live sports on multiple platforms. Network executives will explore integrating sports-betting discussions into their broadcasts and launch gambling-related programming. Legalized sports betting will likely roll out more slowly than people expect, but it will have a massive impact on the regional sports network business.”

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