This Sunday, May 24, on all devices in Teledeporte and + tdp, you can relive the final of the Conde de Godó tennis tournament 2009
18:40 – Tennis. Final Conde de Godó 2009, in Barcelona. Rafa Nadal-David Ferrer. For the second consecutive year, the final of the Barcelona tournament had Nadal and Ferrer as protagonists. And the result was the same: the victory of the Majorcan over the Alicante after a splendid tennis battle between both players. This was Rafa Nadal’s fifth Godó title and his fourth title of the season, including the Australian Open.
The other dishes of the day on Teledeporte:
12:35 – Paralympic athletics. Liberty Race 2019, in Madrid. The great festival of inclusive sport returned to the streets of Madrid with the 12th edition of the Carrera Liberty 2019, this time with the motto ‘A goal for everyone’. And it did so with a record of participation included, reaching the figure of 10,000 registered, 500 of them with disabilities. Throughout the course, the athletes enjoyed the warmth of the public that accompanied them in each section. Madrid’s Fernando Carro and Azucena Díaz were some of the winners of the different categories
13:45 – Badminton. Malaysian Open Final 2015, in Kuala Lumpur. Carolina Marín victory. Carolina Marín did not have an easy match in the 2015 Malaysia Final. She faced Chinese Li Xuerui, reigning Olympic champion and former world number one. The Huelva player had to overcome an adverse first set to finally prevail and win the competition. This was the second ‘big’ of the year for Carolina Marín, after also winning All England.
15:05 – Artistic Swimming. World Championship 2007, in Melbourne. Technical Only Final. Exhibition of Gemma Mengual in the Final of the Solo Technician of the World Cup held in Australia in 2007. To the sound of music with African reminiscences, the Barcelona swimmer once again displayed all her technique and elegance in her routine. Mengual managed to climb to the second drawer of the podium, taking a great leap in quality, since he had always had to settle for bronze in a World Cup. World runner-up for the first time in Solo, Mengual added her eighth World Cup medal.
16:10 – Cycling. Tour of Spain 2005. 15th stage, Cangas de Onís-Pajares. Roberto Heras’ victory. “It has been one of the most beautiful victories of my life.” This is how the native of Roberto Heras expressed himself after winning a tough stage in the 2005 Vuelta, with a goal at the Valgrande-Pajares station. Heras and his team devised a clever strategy to snatch the leader’s jersey from Russian Denis Menchov. Said and done. It was Heras’ tenth stage victory in the Spanish round, a victory that brought Béjar closer to his fourth overall victory in the Vuelta.
17:20 – Rhythmic Gymnastics. World Championship 1996, in Budapest. Final 3 balls + 2 ribbons. The Spanish team went to the Hungarian World Cup as a clear candidate to be on the podium. And so it was in the final of sets 3 balls + 2 tapes. With an exercise full of creativity and great technique, the Spanish gymnasts climbed to the top of the podium with a gold of great merit. Spain, in this case, was ahead of world powers such as Russia and Belarus. Estíbaliz Martínez stood out, who added his second world title.
20:25 – Basketball. 1989 Copa del Rey Final, in A Coruña. Real Madrid -FC Barcelona. The final dreamed by all basketball fans, between the two great Spanish teams, came again in the 1989 final of the Copa del Rey. Real Madrid and FC Barcelona returned to face each other on the courts and in a final. It was the debut in a final cup for the Croatian Drazen Petrovic, the main asset of the white team. Fernando Martín and Audie Norris delighted the spectators with their particular duel. The title traveled to Madrid after three seasons without having reached the Cup.
22:00 – Soccer. Back match Supercopa de España 1998, in Barcelona. FC Barcelona-RCD Mallorca. Barcelona were obliged to overcome an adverse result in the second leg, the final, of the 1998 Spanish Super Cup. Their advantage was to play at home. But he did not count on the hunger for victory of a team like Mallorca, trained by the Argentine Héctor Cúper. The transformation of the Balearic team into the hands of the Argentine was clearly seen in this final. New victory over the Barça team to celebrate the first official title of RCD Mallorca.
23:40 – Vintage connection. Cycling. Hinault 78.