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Below is a summary of the latest sports news. Soccer: The USA want to take a big step forward in the Olympic qualification offer

The US men’s U23 soccer team wants to make up for the disappointments of the past, said coach Jason Kreis on Monday as his squad gathered for a training camp ahead of the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying tournament in Mexico. After the U.S. women already earned their spot at this year’s scheduled Tokyo Games, the men will try to do the same and qualify for the first time since the 2008 Beijing Olympics when they reach the final of the competition on Jan. . can reach by March 30th. NBA recap: Hot Heat rolls in for 6th straight win

Kendrick Nunn hit a team high of 24 points when the Miami Heat extended their winning streak to six games with a 109-99 win over the Atlanta Hawks in Miami on Sunday. Miami received 16 points and 13 rebounds from Bam Adebayo, while Precious Achiuwa and Tyler Herro had 14 points each. Goran Dragic, who started his first game for Miami since February 5, had 13 points. Former NHL player Todd Bertuzzi arrested on DUI charges

Retired NHL striker Todd Bertuzzi was arrested Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to multiple reports. Bertuzzi, who played 18 seasons in the NHL, was arrested Saturday morning in Auburn Hills, Michigan, after other motorists called 911. When police reached him, they saw his car was passing a red light and when they ran over him, they suspected Bertuzzi was intoxicated, TMZ reported. Hawks Fire Department Head Coach Lloyd Pierce

The Atlanta Hawks dismissed head coach Lloyd Pierce after more than two seasons, the team announced on Monday. Pierce, set in May 2018, went 63-120 in 183 games. It was his first head coaching stint. The Hawks are currently 14 to 20 years old and rank 11th in the Eastern Conference rankings. WTA round-up: top seed falls in Lyon opener

The teenage qualifier Clara Tauson from Denmark angered the best-filled Ekaterina Alexandrova from Russia on Monday in the first round of the Lyon Open in France 6-3, 6-4. 18-year-old Tauson saved six of nine breakpoints and improved her record of 2021 with the victory in one hour and 32 minutes to 15: 3. Your next opponent will be the Hungarian Timea Babos, a 6-4, 5-7, 6-3 winner against the Russian Varvara Gracheva. NHL recap: Chicago’s Patrick Kane hits a milestone in victory

Patrick Kane scored his 400th career goal with 10:50 in the third half and hosts Chicago Blackhawks retired in the final 20 minutes to beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-2. Kane became the fourth player in team history to score 400 goals for Chicago and joined the Hall of Famers Bobby Hull (604) and Stan Mikita (541) along with Steve Larmer, 406. He also became the 100th player in NHL history, the 10th active player, and the ninth American-born player to hit the mark. Spring Training Summary: Dodgers Top A’s in the opener

Matt Davidson kicked off as series world champion Los Angeles Dodgers kicked off spring training on Sunday with a 2-1 win over Oakland Athletics in Mesa, Arizona. Davidson agreed to a minor league deal with the Dodgers on February 16, the opener kicked off as the Dodgers’ designated batsman. Corey Seager drove a bloop single for Los Angeles in the third inning. Djokovic ties Federer’s record as number 1 in the world for most weeks

Novak Djokovic reached Roger Federer’s record for most weeks as ATP number one in the world on Monday and took the top spot in week 310. Djokovic’s ninth Australian Open title last month guaranteed he would beat Federer’s record on March 8th. Federer would miss this month’s Miami Open

Roger Federer will not compete at the Miami Open this month as the Swiss maestro is getting fit again after two knee operations in the past 12 months, the Miami Herald reported on Monday. Federer will miss out on defending his Miami Open title at the Masters 1000 event from March 22nd to April 4th, although Australian Open champions Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are expected to participate alongside Serena Williams and Rafa Nadal. Swiatek’s success is helping Poland revive the coastal tournament

The success of Poland’s Iga Swiatek has helped a WTA women’s tournament return to the coast of the country after more than a decade of absence and the local fans the opportunity to watch her game, organizers said on Monday. Teenager Swiatek defeated American Sofia Kenin 6: 4: 6: 1 to triumph at the newly planned French Open in October and became Poland’s first Grand Slam individual champion.

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