Biya Haddad beats China and wins Birmingham’s WTA 250

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Brazilian Biya Haddad made history once again. This time, she defeated Romanian Simona Halep 2 sets to 1 in the semi-finals of the WTA 250 in Birmingham. This Sunday, Brazil defeated Shuai Zhang 5-4 in the first set after the Chinese felt a pain in their neck and gave up, so Bia won the title. The tennis player would appear at twenty-nine in the rankings, equaling the best position in Brazilian history, achieved in 1976 by the eternal María Esther Bueno.

In swimming, Nicolas Santos won the silver medal in the 50m butterfly at the World Aquatics Championships held in Budapest, Hungary. American Caleb Dressel won the gold and fellow American Michael Andrew took the bronze.

Women’s Volleyball League of Nations: Brazil bounced back after beating Serbia 3-0 at the Nilsson Nelson Gymnasium in Brasilia.

Formula 1: Canadian Grand Prix and victory for Dutch RBR’s Max Verstappen. Spaniard Carlos Sainz Jr came in second place. The British was Lewis Hamilton from Ferrari and third from Mercedes.

Results of the Serie A, weekend of the Brazilian Championship. On Saturday, Cuiaba drew 0–0 with Serra. Santos and Bragantino were 2-2. This Sunday, Atlético Mineiro beat Flamengo 2-0, Corinthians beat Goiás 1-0, Athletico won the Classic with Coritiba, Fortaleza beat Americas (MG) 1-0, Botafogo turned Internacional and won 3-2 and Fluminense beat Avai 2-0.

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