The main attraction is the Copa Libertadores, where the five Argentine teams return after the stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic. But there is also activity in the NBA, in the Masters 1000 in Rome, the Tour de France and the US Open of golf.
This Thursday has a busy day in terms of sports activity. International football, tennis, golf, basketball, golf and cycling will spice up a day when fans of the different disciplines can rejoice in front of the television.
The main attraction is the third date of the Copa Libertadores, which resumed this week after the stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic. River, Boca, Defensa y Justicia, Racing and Tigre, the five Argentine teams that compete in the top-ranking continental tournament at club level, will seek a good result this Thursday to close the first round of the group stage.
In addition, the NBA is in the definition zone and the Boston Celtics face the Miami Heat for the second point of the series. Meanwhile, the third round of the Masters 1000 in Rome is being played, where Diego Schwartzman is the only Argentine representative and has already advanced to the round of 16 at the Foro Italico.
There are also matches corresponding to Ligue 1 in France, the US Open, one of the most important tournaments of the PGA Tour golf, is disputed, and the Tour de France enters stage 18.
* Racing vs. National of Uruguay: at 5 p.m. on Fox Sports.
* Saint Paul vs. River: at 7 p.m. on ESPN 2 and ESPN App.
* Defense and Justice vs. Delfín (Ecuador): at 7 p.m. on ESPN and ESPN App.
* Freedom vs. Boca: at 21 on ESPN 2 and ESPN App.
* Independent of the Valley vs. Flamengo: at 21 on Fox Sports 2.
* Barcelona of Ecuador vs. Junior: at 23 on ESPN and ESPN App
* Guaraní vs. Tigre: at 23 on Fox Sports.
Marsella vs. St. Etienne: a las 16.
Hubert Hurkacz vs. Andrey Rublev: from 11:40.
Casper Ruud vs. Lorenzo Sonego: from 12.10.
Dominik Koepfer vs. Gael Monfils: from 2pm.
Lorenzo Musetti vs. Kei Nishikori: from 15.15.