There will be no shortage of good options for sporting events this weekend. This Saturday the 12th, viewers will have the chance to cheer on Brazil as they advance to the semi-finals of both the Men’s Volleyball World Cup and the Men’s Volleyball World Cup. America’s Basketball Cup. The final of the US Open Championship, the last Grand Slam tournament of the tennis season, takes place on Sunday.
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Live from Poland, sportv2 is showing both semi-finals starting at 1pm. After defeating Argentina in the quarter-finals, Brazil, chasing a fourth world title, return to the court against hosts Poland, with commentary from Luis Carlos Jr. and commentary from Fabi Alvim and Marco Freitas. Then, at 4 p.m., Slovenia and Italy decide the second finalist, with story by Yader Rocha and commentary by Carlão and Nalbert. The winners will meet each other in the final, which will take place on Sunday, also at 16:00, broadcast by sportv2.
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Since last September 2, Ginásio Geraldão in Recife has hosted the main teams from the American continent to participate in the Copa América de Basquete. Brazil, who already have a place at the 2023 Pan American Games, continue their quest for their fifth title of the competition and face Canada in the semi-finals this Saturday, live on sportv2 from 20:40, with commentary by Rembrandt Junior and commentary by Marcelinho Machado. The duo also hosts the telecast of the tournament decider, which takes place at the same time on Sunday.
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The sports program continues in the courts, but without the orange ball, which gives way to the yellow ball. This Friday, the 9th, the finalists of the US Open tennis men’s singles round will be decided in New York, USA. The double round of Sportv3 starts at 16:00 with the fight between Norwegian Kasper Rud and Russian Karen Khachanov.
At 8:00 p.m., two first-time Grand Slam semifinalists will take the court: American Frances Tiafoe, the biggest surprise of the tournament so far; and the Spanish Carlos Alcaraz is the fourth in the world ranking. The coveted US Open title could also become the new world number one. To reach the top of the rankings, Spain’s Alcaraz needs to win the title or hope Roode doesn’t go for the decision, which will take place this Sunday, according to sportv3, from 5pm.