Spanish David Ferrer bowed out of the ASB Classic tennis tournament after going down to Dutchman Robin Haase in the second round here on Wednesday.Hasse defeated Ferrer 2-6, 6-4, 7- 6 (4) in two hours in their first match against each other, reports Efe.In ... Prokerala, 2 months ago
Defenders Marc Navarro and Aaron Martin and midfielders Marc Roca and Oscar Melendo featured together for the first time since making the leap from the reserve side, joining locally-born midfielder David Lopez and forward Gerard Moreno, who have returned ...DNA, 3 weeks ago
Jan 30 (Gracenote) - Standings from the ATP Tour singles Points 1 (1) Andy Murray(Britain) 11540 2 (2) Novak Djokovic(Serbia) 9825 3 (4) Stanislas Wawrinka(Switzerland) 5695 4 (3) Milos Raonic(Canada) 4930 5 (5) Kei Nishikori(Japan) 4830 6 (9) Rafa ...DNA, 1 month ago
&& You could come to grips with reality, or... get yourself some alternative facts! Just take it from Kellyanne Conway . In a debate over inauguration attendance, the counselor to President Donald Trump told NBC’s Chuck Todd that White House press ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
Cash believes there will never be a return to the golden era of serve-and-volley tennis, however, not while the court speeds were so much slower than when he was winning at the All England Club. IMAGE: Mischa Zverev of Germany plays a backhand in his fourth round match against Andy Murray of Great Britain on Sunday. Photograph: Michael Dodge/Getty Images It was John McEnroe who summed it up best. "You did it old school," he told Mischa Zverev after the German had beaten Andy Murray on Sunday.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
World number ones Andy Murray and Angelique Kerber were named the top seeds today for next week's Australian Open with organisers aligning with the current rankings. Scotland's Murray is chasing his first title at Melbourne Park after losing in the final five ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago Murray, Kerber top seeds at Australian Open, Federer is 17th Rediff.com, 2 months ago
With a mixed bag of success and failure, Indian sports remains in a state of inertia in the absence of a proper vision from the administrators. IMAGE: PV Sindhu, left, and Sakshi Malik celebrate after winning medals at the Rio Olympic Games. Photograph: Reuters An Olympic campaign saved by the fortitude of three women, a cricket team that rediscovered itself under a bold and zealous Virat Kohli -- Indian sports in 2016 was a dramatic mix of highs and lows wherein athletes mostly raised the bar ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Sania, Paes enjoy success but egos dash India's Olympic dream in 2016 Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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