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1 hour ago, Milica said:

Novak ovaj put neka se koncentrise na svoj cilj, ne vidim ja da bi Nini igra sa njim nesto pomogla u daljoj karijeri, a njemu bi mogla da odmogne. 

 

Mix dubl sa Ninom može Noletu da bude umesto treninga.

 

A i ja takodje mislim da njih dvoje mogu do medalje.

Nije mix uopšte zahtevan.

 

 

Mekenro je cepao duplove(izmedju ostalog i kao zamenu za trening), jer ga je mrzelo da trenira, i prolazio odlično i u dublu i u singlu.

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Problem je vreme, pod ovim okolnostima i mečevi na 2 dobijena su mnogo naporniji nego obično, i bolje je da ne provodi na terenu više vremena nego što je apsolutno neophodno, da sačuva što više snage za singl. Ajde što je vruće nego što je i vlaga na preko 70%. E sad, mislim da je prekosutra krajnji rok za prijavu, pa ako daleko bilo dotle već ispadne, naravno da bi trebalo da prijavi miks, no brainer.

 

S druge strane, ako stigne do polufinala a ovi budu i dalje zakazivali mečeve u podne, prilično sam skeptična oko šansi za zlato... da vidimo, treba preživeti. Lepo je Zverev rekao Štrufu da su mu najbolje šanse da igra s Novakom po pripeci :classic_tongue: videli smo i na RG na šta je ličio u prva dva seta, a onog meča s Nišikorijem na USO ne volim ni da se prisećam. I pre tog polufinala imao je nekoliko mečeva zaredom po jezivoj vrućini, mislim da je to uticalo na ishod poprilično.

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1 hour ago, McLeod said:

S tim sto je on imao brata, takodje odlicnog tenisera i dubl specijalistu.

 

S tim što je on 7 od svojih 9 slemova u dublu, osvojio u paru sa Piterom Flemingom(52 drugih naslova ukupno zajedno), jedan sa Vudfortom i jedan sa Štihom.

 

Istovremeno, nijedan slem sa svojim bratom, možda dve 250-tice imaju zajedno, nisam siguran.

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Sports

IOC to back Games schedule changes due to heat if needed

Karolos Grohmann

TOKYO, July 25 (Reuters) - Intense heat and humidity could force competition schedule changes at the Tokyo Olympics and the International Olympic Committee said on Sunday it would back any such plans if needed.

Athletes across several sports have complained that competing in midday heat, where temperatures regularly hit or exceed 33 degrees Celsius (91.4°F), has hampered their performances.

High humidity has added to discomfort, and athletes have failed to find much relief from ice bags and hoses blowing cool air, part of a series of contingency measures brought in by organisers' to battle the stifling heat.

Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev - the world's top two men's tennis players - led calls to organisers on Saturday to move matches to the late afternoon for the rest of the competition to save players from the stifling conditions.

World No. 2 Medvedev suggested moving all matches to the evening.

"Competition schedules have been built where possible to avoid the hottest parts of the day but that is not possible with every sport," the IOC's sports director Kit McConnell said on Sunday.

In the tennis tournament, the first of four matches in the early rounds currently starts at 11.00am local time (0200 GMT), meaning players have to endure the hottest parts of the day on court.

Competitions at the Games are the responsibility of the respective international sports federations.

"Generally it has been working well. The International Tennis Federation (ITF) is looking at that and we will support them in any measures they are looking at," McConnell said at a news conference when asked about the problems at tennis.

The ITF said the weather was monitored constantly and should temperatures rise, an advisory group would decide on possible suspension of play.

"If the temperatures increase, the Wet Bulb Globe temperature (WBGT) threshold for a possible suspension of play will be determined by an internal advisory group," the ITF said in a statement.

The WBGT is a measure of the heat stress in direct sunlight, taking into account temperature, humidity, wind speed, sun angle and cloud cover.

"In planning for a possible suspension of play, the group will convene once the WBGT threshold reaches 30.1°C to consider the weather forecast for the current day plus the prior 1-2 days and next 1-2 days, as well as expert medical advice and all variables that determine player safety," it said.

Skateboarders, who made their Olympic Games debut on Sunday at the unshaded Ariake Urban Sports Park on the Tokyo waterfront, said the heat was already unbearable at 9 a.m. and that it was a distraction from performing their tricks.

Yahoo Tenki, one of Japan's most popular weather apps, offered caution over the risk of heatstroke, saying users should "avoid exercising under the sun" and "minimise vigorous exercise".

 

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