German Super Cup and Saturday's tennis action
The biggest match of the day is the German Super Cup match between Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich. Bayern has lost the last two Super Cup finals, so they might be looking for revenge this time, although this is the least important trophy for them. Some injury problems have haunted the club, with Thiago, Martinez, Robben and Ribery all injured. Thiago is said to be ready to play, and Robben is part of the squad travelling to Wolfsburg, but Ribery and Martinez will stay at home. Wolfsburg has the home field advantage, but they too have some uncertain players in both Hunt and Perisic (latter is rumoured to be close to a transfer to Inter).
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Saturday usually means tennis semi-finals, and today is no exception. In ATP Hamburg there are some familiar names in action. Nadal is facing Seppi, while Fognini is playing Pouille. ATP Gstaad has Thiem and Lopez fighting for a place in the final, and Goffin is meeting Bellucci.
In WTA Baku, Gasparyan is currently playing Knapp. The winner there will face the winner of the match between Pavlyuchenkova and Maria Tig. In WTA Brasil they will play the final around 1600 CET, Pereira is currently the favourite to beat Beck.
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